Amber Vennum

Amber Vennum

May 12, 2017

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    About This Project

    The Working on What Works (WoWW) program uses classroom coaches to highlight what is going well, foster collaborative relationships between teachers and students, and help the class set goals towards a positive classroom environment. We plan to do the first quasi-experimental study evaluating the impact of WoWW on adolescent emotional and behavioral engagement, teacher efficacy, and the parent-teacher relationship in a Kansas high school serving a highly diverse and military connected community.

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