Type of Document Dissertation Author Clemmer, Sandra S. Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-91698-15128 Title Modifying School Curricula to Promote Resiliency in At-Risk Children: A Case Study Degree Doctor of Education Department Educational Administration Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Harris, Larry A. Committee Chair Kelly, Patricia Proudfoot Committee Member Niles, Jerome A. Committee Member Parks, David J. Committee Member Yardley, Dianne R. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1998-09-29 Availability unrestricted AbstractResilient children are those who succeed in school and life even though they experience adverse conditions such as poverty, illness, or parental problems. Research on the topic identifies characteristics of these children, suggests ways to help them overcome adversity, and poses questions for further study. Using available current research on the subject, the writer examined a school setting to determine how well the staff was fostering success and helping children overcome the odds. Additionally, the researcher, along with a team of teachers using an action research method, modified a curriculum to meet the needs of at-risk children in order to foster success in a safe, comforting, and nurturing environment.
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