Dominican offers graduate programs that culminate in a Master of Science in Education degree designed for educators, and professionals interested in teaching and seek preparation for leadership roles and responsibilities.

Here, you'll find a collection of master's theses produced by students from the Master of Science in Education program.

Follow


Theses/Capstones from 2022

PDF

The Influence of Identity on Art and How it Can Connect Us to Our Community, Christina Aguila

PDF

Examining the Conditions for Student Well-Being and Whole Person Health with Mindfulness and Somatic-Based Learning, Clarissa Alonzo

PDF

(Re)Developing Habits of Gratitude and Kindness in an Elementary Classroom Post-Pandemic, Michaela Callahan

PDF

Beyond Burnout: How Elementary Teachers Cope and Flourish in a Pandemic-Era School, Valerie Cherbero

PDF

Impacts on Elementary School Students Related to COVID-19 and the Role of Social-Emotional Learning in Children’s Mental Health, Amanda Davis

PDF

Finding Motivation and Connectedness for Learning with Special Education Students Qualifying Under Emotional Disturbance, Nikole Denton

PDF

Building Classroom Culture and Community with an Emphasis on Inclusive Practices, Adrienne Ducato

PDF

Lessons Learned: Kinesthetic Learning and Engaging Students with ADHD (in the Time of COVID), Claudia Freedman

PDF

Fostering Students' Critical Consciousness as Decolonizing Practice Within an Ethnic Studies Framework, Fatima Hansia

PDF

Student Perspective on the Efficacy of Blended Learning in an AP English Classroom while Transitioning through a Pandemic, Laura Hass

PDF

Universal Design for Learning: Inclusivity with Technology in Multicultural and Special Education Classrooms, Katie Hernandez Mendoza

PDF

The Impact of Counselor on First Generation Student Access to Higher Education, Marianne Hill

PDF

Understanding Mentorship for Underserved Undergraduate Students: A case for holistic mentorship, effective messaging and the removal of silos, Jennifer Lewton Labovich

PDF

The Effect of Note Taking on the Recall of Information, Emily Lichty

PDF

The Role of Science in Elementary Education, Emily Moran

PDF

Implementing Neurophysiological Research into the Lives of Linguistically and Culturally Diverse High School Students, Sabrina Paiz

PDF

Critically Teaching Social Studies using an Ethnic Studies Framework: Native American Representation in the Elementary School Curriculum, Erich Schottstaedt

PDF

Supporting English Learners in Elementary Classrooms: How Teacher Preparation Affects EL Achievement, Jordan Whitman

Theses/Capstones from 2021

PDF

Linguistic Inclusion and Language Acquisition: An Analysis of a Spanish Reading Group, Daisy Barragan

PDF

Implementation of Culturally Relevant Teaching in Namibian Classrooms: Understanding Impediments and Identifying Assets, Fransisko Constantino

PDF

“Fixed Mindsets” and the Deprecation of Youth Voice, Brenham Cozine

PDF

Learnings from the Impact of Online Learning on Elementary Students' Mental and Social-emotional Well-being Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, Nadeen Hamzeh

PDF

Technology as a Tool for Support: Classroom Teachers and Resource Specialists in Collaboration and Communication Practices, Mackenzie Jones

PDF

Social and Emotional Learning in a Pandemic: Lack of Cultural Relevancy for Bay Area Elementary Students, Patricia Lopez-Chavez

PDF

Creating Counternarratives on Trauma Informed Care Through Student Podcasting, Christopher Low