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Re-framing Adult Student Success: Understanding and Identifying Successful Outcomes for Students in Adult Education Programs
How Fortune 500 Corporate Directors Make Sense of Corporate Boardroom Interactions
Korean EFL Learners' Morpheme Developmental Order: Embracing Semantic Aspects and the Postructuralist Perspective
Students within the Educational Linguistics Division (ELX) are invited to join ELX faculty and staff in celebration of the end of the academic year and the August 2017, December 2017, and May 2018 graduates.
ELX faculty will also present the following awards:
Co-sponsored by the Educational Linguistics Division and Penn Language Center, this spring's Language Educator Lecture will be with Dr. Bill VanPatten.
Does Tracking Self-Report Reading Motivation Matter?
Craig Steven Wilder is a professor of history at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Wilder’s most recent book, Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities argues that the nation’s early colleges were dependent on wealth accrued from slavery and played a major role in the extermination of indigenous populations and the enslavement of people of African descent.
Understanding How Parent Choice and Program Leadership Foster Socioeconomic Diversity within High-Quality Early Learning Community Programs: A Case Study of Two Baltimore City Sites
Reading Motivation Among Eigth Grade Black Male Students