Dissertation Topics On Preschool Education

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Dissertations for Early Childhood Education

  • Abel, Kathryn D.

    Analysis of collaborative e-mail use on the language acquisition of pre-school children aged 4 and 5

    Ph.D. thesis, Stevens Institute of Technology.

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  • Adams, Marietta Smith

    Gender differences in the complexity of virtual LEGO block designs of kindergarten students

    Master's thesis, University of Houston.

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  • Allen, Sarah Rebekah

    Word learning from videos: Evidence from 2-year-olds

    Master's thesis, The University of Alabama.

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  • Alman, Lourdes Fraga

    The effects of a computer-mediated intervention on “at-risk” preschool students' receptive vocabulary and computer literacy skills

    Ph.D. thesis, University of North Texas.

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  • Anderson, Tina Couch

    Implementation of computer-based instruction in preschool programs for children with disabilities

    Ph.D. thesis, University of Georgia.

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  • Arikan, Arzu

    An interpretivist approach to understanding technology policy in education: Sociocultural differences between official tales of technology and local practices of early childhood educators

    Ph.D. thesis, The Ohio State University.

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  • Ashmore, Lara Houlihan

    Web site usability and the theory of multiple intelligences

    Ph.D. thesis, University of Virginia.

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  • Bagiati, Aikaterini

    Early engineering: A developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children

    Ph.D. thesis, Purdue University.

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  • Barker, Bradley Scott

    A comparison research model for adult distributed training

    Ph.D. thesis, The University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

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  • Barnes, Susan Kubic

    Using computer-based testing with young children

    Ph.D. thesis, James Madison University.

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  • Beale, Nancy Ann

    Effects of utilizing educational TV shows and conversational recasting on language skills of preschoolers with specific language impairments

    Ph.D. thesis, Walden University.

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  • Bewick, Cynthia Jeanne

    The adoption of computers as an instructional tool by Michigan Head Start teachers

    Ph.D. thesis, Michigan State University.

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  • Bolkhovitinov, Nadine A.

    Effect of a photo story intervention on the vocalizations and verbalizations of preschool students with developmental delays

    Ph.D. thesis, George Mason University.

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  • Bradberry-Guest, Kelly

    Effects of Computer-Based Intervention on Higher Order Thinking Skills and Implications for Response to Intervention (RTI)

    Ph.D. thesis, Walden University.

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  • Bryant, Frances LeAnna

    Elementary teachers' experiences with technology professional development and classroom technology integration: Influences of elements of diffusion and support

    Ph.D. thesis, Georgia State University.

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  • Calderon, Zulma

    Computer support learning: The experimental findings and analysis of Making Cents

    Master's thesis, California State University, Dominguez Hills.

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  • Candreva, Cecilia

    Digital Storytelling in Kindergarten: Merging Literacy, Technology, and Multimodality

    Ph.D. thesis, Hofstra University.

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  • Caplovitz, Allison Gilman

    The effects of using an electronic talking book on the emergent literacy skills of preschool children

    Ph.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.

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  • Carlough, John Charles

    Reading instruction of first-grade students within a whole learning reading program using CD-ROM versus traditional print storybooks

    Ph.D. thesis, St. John's University (New York), School of Education and Human Services.

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  • Caswell, Cameron L.

    What am I feeling? Using television to effectively teach emotion knowledge to preschoolers

    Ph.D. thesis, George Mason University.

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Home Schooling Dissertation Topics

Home schooling refers to any time when children are educated at home instead of being enrolled in a public or private school. Here are some further discussions in this area that you could use in your education dissertation.

• Are children who are schooled at home able to handle socially challenging situations?
• Should home schooling be regulated more, and if so, by whom?
• Why is the trend for home schooling on the rise in the UK?
• Children that are home schooled are usually educated by either parent or both parents, instead of a governess or some other trained educator; is this a good thing?
• Children who are home schooled have less behavioural problems than those attending conventional schools. Why?
• Home schooling has more advantages than disadvantages when compared to sending children to a traditional school.
• Students who are home schooled are usually higher achievers than those attending traditional schools.
• Should the increasing trend in home schooling be allowed to continue without any further legislation being passed on regulation and monitoring?
• Should the traditional schooling system be changed to embrace some of the components of home schooling, if so, which aspects would be selected?
• Should traditional schools have programmes where students can participate from home, over the Internet, instead of attending school each day and would that have any impact in the reduction of teenage delinquency, dropout rates and other issues?
• Should home schooled children follow the National Curriculum and if so, why?
• Should home schooling be allowed if the parents are not educated?
• Should all home schooling be monitored by online assessment lessons?
• Is online learning beneficial for young home schooled children, and why?

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