We've Moved!

Visit SDSU’s new digital collections website at https://digitalcollections.sdsu.edu

Back to top
Search Results 981 - 1,000 of 1,087

Enabled Filters

  • X ≠ Armenta, Richard F.
  • X = Dissertation
  • X ≠ Chemistry and Biochemistry


Analysis of allocated learning time for mainstreamed handicapped students
Analysis of Holliday junction-binding compounds
An investigation of the test-taking skills and associated thinking processes of ninth grade English language arts students
An investigation of the interrelationship of selected variables for assessing the reclassification of limited-English proficient students
An investigation of the effects of writing instruction in an ungraded informal learning environment
An investigation of how elementary school teachers make data-driven instructional decisions in literacy
An investigation of deformation of the stellar structure of neutron stars
An investigation into at-risk student-athletes' experiences and academic performance: A case study at San Diego State University
An exploration of the perceptions of validation of Generation 1, Generation 1.5, Generation 2 and Generation 3+ students at a border community college
An exploration of the attitudes, values and beliefs of young SSI/DI beneficiaries at or near the completion of postsecondary education regarding self-sustaining employment
An exploration of models of principal supervision
An exploration of extracurricular clubs for building the 21st century skills of students with autism spectrum disorder
An examination of the instructional leadership role of high school vice principals
An examination of the effects of using a sustained-theme content-based instruction approach in a community college ESL program
An examination of principal leadership behaviors and their effect on school improvement
An examination of interests among achieving and underachieving adolescents
An examination of culturally-proficient principal leadership, trust, and Latino parent involvement
An examination of critical thinking skills in traditional and simulated environments for occupational therapy students