Hinnant-Crawford, Brandi

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No literacy left behind : addressing information illiteracy in the information age 2016 1753 There is a growing concern in scholarly literature indicating that college students struggle with conducting research and using information effectively (Head, 2013; Lawrence, 2013; Head & Eisenberg, 2011). This research study examines the elements an...
I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T: increasing reading independence for students with dyslexia 2017 844 Due to their unique brain profile, children with dyslexia struggle with acquiring basic literacy skills. Even after basic reading skills have been learned students with dyslexia may still struggle greatly with generalizing their skills to new context...
The power of true connection: connecting students and educators for student success 2018 235 High school dropouts continue to be a documented problem in the United States and more specifically in North Carolina. Nationally, there were over 2.5 million dropouts reported for the 2012 school year. In North Carolina, 10,889 dropouts were repor...
They all deserve this: increasing capacity of teachers to identify students with well-being issues 2018 585 The Oxford online dictionary defines adolescence as the period of development between childhood and adulthood (Oxford Online Dictionary, n.d.). Adolescents, while maturing in physical ways, still have the minds of children. The emotions they experien...
Breaking the mold: addressing teacher responsiveness to the diverse needs of students 2019 37 The purpose of this improvement initiative, providing effective professional development focused on differentiated instruction, was to increase teacher capacity in addressing the needs of individual students at Swain County Middle School. This disqui...