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“MUSIC PARTICIPATION AND EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC

ACHIEVEMENT AND STANDARDIZED TEST SCORES”

* INTRODUCTION*

• In the introduction they put their school’s education


program when it comes to the music
• They also include their significant problem about their
topic
• They also have a recent evidence and despite evidence
• There is a gap in knowledge regarding the effects of
music participation on academic achievement for
middle-school learners
*PROBLEM STATEMENT*

• In their problem statement said that music


involvement affects middle-school learners on
standardized test scores in Southern California school
districts.

• They also put the Contradictory results.

• They also include the Previous research which is


about the relationships exist between music
participation and academic achievement
“ SUMMER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS: A STUDY OF ARTS
CLASSES AND CREATIVE THINKING IN URBAN
TEENAGERS ”
*INTRODUCTION*

• The Seminal research has shown educators and the


public that arts education is crucial to many areas of
student growth and development.
• They say that the School leaders are called upon to
be more creative than ever in trying to support and
maintain arts programming for their students.
• They put the cultural capital of students from lower
income families.
• They include the creative funding sources, such as
grants, that can support arts programming.
• They also put the particularly lean area of
research in arts summer programs.
*PROBLEM STATEMENT*

• In their problem statement they put The demand for


community partnerships placed on school leaders today
is higher than ever 4.
• There is also shortage of data being collected on
existing arts programs that could make the case for their
existence as well as measuring outcomes.
• They said that Programs like Art Camp must be
studied as examples of community partnerships that are
responsive and have low fiscal impact on school
budgets.
* ANALYSES OF TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS AND
ATTITUDES OF A TEACHER LAPTOP INITIATIVE *
* INTRODUCTION *

● They are constantly searching for ways to motivate


students and equip them with the skills they need for the
21st century.
● Tools such as computers and software can enhance
learning opportunities in the classroom while promoting
new methods of learning.
● Technology promotes interaction and communication
among students and teachers while enabling teachers to
change the traditional role of an educator in the classroom.
● This can redirect teachers from traditional ways of
teaching.
* PROBLEM STATEMENT *

● In their problem statement schools are not


keeping pace with the technologies that will be
required for success in the 21st Century.

● The field is lacking studies on how to motivate


teachers to use technology in the classroom.

● Teachers feel comfortable with technology and


computers, it is doubtful that they will use much
technology in the classroom.
*THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AMONG TEACHERS IN
SECONDARY EDUCATION*

*INTRODUCTION*

● The retention of public high school teachers is of critical


concern to the state of California.

● The focus for this research study is job satisfaction and the
elements of educational leadership that work to promote teacher
retention.

● Teacher evaluation of educational leadership is based on


independent variables including the general quality of
administrative leadership.
*PROBLEM STATEMENT *

● The problem that serves as the basis for research in this


study is the decreasing rate of teacher retention in the state
of California.

● Not being able to retain these highly qualified teachers


is of concern to school district financially, as training new
and replacement teachers is a costly and time-consuming
process.