Cooper, Jewell

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A case study of the impact of social work education on a diverse group of adult learners working in a grassroots, community-based family support agency 2009 5226 The purpose of the study was to amplify voices of participants' understanding of the empowerment process as they experienced it in the Social Work Paraprofessional Education Program situated in a grassroots community-based family services agency. The...
Factors affecting nontraditional African American students' participation in online world literature classes 2010 5559 The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine how communication preferences, learning preferences, and perceptions about online learning affect nontraditional African American students' participation in online world literature courses at a his...
"You've got to want to do!": an examination of the construction of academic identity among high-achieving African American high school adolescents 2012 1869 The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine how eight high-achieving African American high school adolescents who participated in an early college academy program at a historically Black high school constructed their academic identity. Using...
DREAMing of science: undocumented Latin@s' testimonios across the borderlands of high school science 2013 2951 This qualitative study uncovers the voices of five Latin@ students who are high-"achieving" and undocumented and have strong aspirations in science, in a Southern, Title I high school. Through critical race methodology and these students' testimonios...
World language teacher education and Web-Enhanced Language Learning (WELL): How K-12 world language teachers learn to effectively use (WELL) technologies in the classroom 2018 194 The purpose of this mixed methods study was to find out the ways in which web enhanced language learning (WELL) technologies are learned that make them more likely to be effectively integrated into the K-12 classroom. Specifically, the study investig...