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.
Theses/Capstones from 2014
Theses/Capstones from 2013
Leading By Example: Creating Motivation That Fosters Positive Change in Young People, Curtis George Aikens Sr.
In Desperate Need of Sleep: Teenagers and School Start Times, Cristin Marie Allen
Comparing Full Day Kindergarten to Half Day Kindergarten, Alisha Catherine Bazzano
Impact of Reading Ability on Academic Performance at the Primary Level, Caleb Bartholet Cimmiyotti
The Effect of the Love and Logic Program on Student Motivation, Courtney V. Coffin
Teacher Training on Teaching Students with Dyslexia, Jeanné M. Colson
Factors That Impact a Child on the Autism Spectrum in the General Education Classroom, Ashley Meredith Davis
The Relationship Between Positive Behavior Support and Task Completion in the Elementary School Setting, Kristin Renee Freiberger
From Afghanistan 1979 to Afghanistan 2001: How Three Current High School History Textbooks Frame the Origins of the “War on Terror” Historical Analysis and Interviews with William Blum, Noam Chomsky and James Loewen, Michael Shawn Galli
Critical Issues for Administrators of Specialized Schools, Amanda Thomas Kirk
Integrating Social Emotional Learning into Secondary Curriculum, Marilyn Janette Lindsay
Enhancing Student Academic Performance and Overall Health Through Standards-Based Physical Education, Haley Elizabeth Marcoux
The Importance of an Appropriate Social Media Policy for K-12 Education, Dawn M. Mawhinney
Effective Practices in Science Instruction in an All Girls School, Holly Hoyt Posner