Each of those steps take time, so you want to choose a topic that will keep you engaged and hold your interest.
When trying to decide your area of focus, consider the challenges you’re motivated to address and the difference you want to make both during and at the end of your Ed D program.
Garner PDF A Study of the Concerns of Eleventh and Twelfth Grade Seminary Students by Sex and Grade in Areas Covered by the Thirty-Five Directional Objectives of the LDS Seminary System, M.
Richard Maxfield PDF An Evaluation of the Performance of Latter-Day Saint Seminary Coordinators as Instructional Supervisors, U.
Mendenhall PDF Building Procedural Fluency from Conceptual Understanding in Equivalence of Fractions: A Content Analysis of a Textbook Series, Mark S.
Nance PDF Ethnic Identity and School Belonging Among Pacific Islander High School Students, Mari N.
Carlisle Hunsaker PDF A Study of the Differences Between Seminary and Non-Seminary Students At the Ogden-Weber Seminary 1963-64, Gerald F.
The dissertation examples below were written by students to help you with your own studies.
Q.'S 50-75) Seminary Students of the South Salt Lake Seminary District During the Spring of 1970, Roger Hendrix PDF A Study of Teacher, Principal, Coordinator Perception of the Role of A Latter-Day Saint Seminary Principal, Richard A.
Vehar PDF A Study to Establish Criteria for Creating Thematic Literature Units Appropriate to LDS Secondary Schools in the South Pacific, and the Creation of Three Such Units, Ronald F.