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RECESS Action Research 2012
Frederick Bloechl

Improving Student Learning Through Relationships and Strategies

Tigerton
Abstract
Write-up

Cheryl Boettcher

Modifying the Activity Level in the Elementary Classroom to Improve On-Task Behavior using Scheduled Wiggle Breaks

Marion
Abstract
Write-up
Jessica Brezovar
Making reading fun and engaging for new young readers Wittenberg Abstract Write-up
Tricia Cherek
Effective Instruction in Writing:  How to Actively Engage Students in a Variety of Writing  Birnamwood
Abstract Write-up
Janet Fausti
Increased staff awareness and support for students with autism will increase differentiated teaching to allow students to become more active participants in the regular education classroom Marion 
Abstract  
Sarah Flohr
Self-Advocacy: How can Self-Advocacy increase the skills students with disabilities need in the future?  Clintonville
Abstract Write-up
Lois Graper
Can Peer Mentors Make a Difference?  Clintonville   Abstract
Write-Up
Jacklyn Hill
Increasing Student Learning & Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior with Behavior Modification Programs Clintonville Abstract
Write-Up 
Dawn Huber Using music to engage my students in order to learn the skills they need in order to succeed in life and function in society Clintonville Abstract Write-Up
Michelle Kruger
Increasing Student Knowledge of Unit Expectations Through Rubric Development in Physical Education Cintonville
Abstract  Write-up
Jennifer Limberg
Effective Instruction within an Hour Math Block: Keeping Kids Engaged, Interested, and Excited Birnamwood

Abstract

Write-Up
Kathryn Moser
Helping Students to Make Book Selections at their Independent Reading Level Clintonville  Abstract 
 
Karen Petermann
Impact of Volunteer Student Participation in School Running Club on confidence, self-esteem, feeling of belonging and readiness to learn Clintonville  Abstract   
Jan Ptacek
Helping Students Move from a Teacher Directed Math Program to the Student-Centered Program, Investigations in Numbers, Space, and Time® Clintonville Abstract  Write-up
Rod Moon
Modify the classroom setting into a role playing government to improve classroom behavior while learning how the US Government works Clintonville
Abstract Write-up 
Michele Sasse
Improving Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills in a Kindergarten Classroom Through the Use of the Investigations Math Program Clintonville Abstract  Write-up 
Rebecca Schettle
How can I encourage students to explore a wider variety of music genres on their own? Clintonville Abstract  Write-Up 
Kristine Strauman
Using the entire student body as a comparison, do the students receiving Tier Two and Tier Three math interventions make substantial gains on grade level benchmarks and MAP scores? Clintonville
Abstract  Write-up
Lyle Trautmann
Using Computer Business Simulations In Your Business Classes Curriculum

 Clintonville
Abstract
Write-up
Justin Zoellick Preparing Students for the Middle School: Creating a Successful Transition  Clintonville
Abstract Write-up
RECESS Action Research 2011
Kathryn
Moser

Modifying the Physical Environment in the Classroom to Improve Student Learning: using exercise balls as seating

Clintonville

Write-up
 Janet Fausti

Will an increase in motivational strategies decrease inappropriate classroom behavior?

Marion
Abstract
Write-up
Jacklyn Hill
Increasing Student Learning with Behavior Modification Programs Clintonville Abstract Write-up
Dawn Huber
Increasing Effective Facilitated Communication with Regular Educators to Better Special Education Students Improvement in Mainstream Classes
Clintonville   Abstract Write-up
Kristine Strauman Does our current tier three math intervention program increase student learning so that the student makes substantial gains on grade level benchmarks? Clintonville   Abstract Write-up 
Heather Dray
Where did this come from? Enhancing mathematic concepts with technology and manipulatives  Marion
Abstract Write-up 
Abby VandeBurgt
Literacy Among ELL Students Clintonville   Abstract
Write-Up
Colleen Berkhahn Goal Setting in the Secondary Education Classroom: Increasing student achievement in the secondary English classroom, by using data to set goals with students to meet their individual needs.  Wittenberg-Birnmwood Abstract
 
Tom Langenfeld
Using Technology and Project Based Assessment to Increase Student Motivation
 
Marion Abstract  
Loree Nigl
Letter sounds knowledge in kindergarten students
 
Marion  Abstract  Write-up 
Brian Paulson  Be Fit for Life
Marion Abstract  
Michelle Krueger Increasing Student Understanding and Success In Participation Expectations By Developing an “Attitude-Cooperation-Effort” Rubric in Physical Education Clintonville  Abstract 
Write-up
Karen Petermann Wellness Promotion in the Clintonville Schools (focus on Clintonville Middle School)
Clintonville  Abstract  Write-up
John James Young How to encourage Four-Year Old Kindergarten students to participate in small motor activities without being forced Clintonville Abstract  Write-up
Mary Kovach
How can I collect and share with students and parents the progress students are achieving on their grade level smart goals and content area vocabulary?
Marion  Abstract Write-up 
Cheryl Muscha
Engagement through Differentiation: Meeting the Needs of All Students Wittenberg-Birnamwood Abstract  Write-up 
Adam Kohn Using Technology in Education
Marion Abstract   
Sarah McRoberts
There is No Box: How to Incorporate Critical Thinking Skills into the Classroom
Marion  Abstract  Write-up
Frederick Bloechl
Student Participation: A Study in Increasing Classroom Participation
Tigerton  Abstract  Write-up
Adam Erickson
Applied Math and Technology Education: A Study of How to Increase Student Comprehension and Understanding of Applied Mathematical Concepts and Problem Solving Skills in a Technology Education Classroom
 
Tigerton  Abstract Write-up
Terri Schultz
 
Improving Mathematics instruction in a 4th grade classroom
Clintonville  Abstract Write-up 
Justin Zoellick
Leveling Social Studies Content: How it can lead to Behavior Management
Clintonville Abstract  Write-up 
Erika Sween
Adventures in note taking: A first year Advanced Placement teacher journeys into the uncharted territory of preparing students for rigorous content.
Clintonville Abstract  Write-up
Chelsey Schaumberg
Strategies: Obtaining a Higher Level of Thinking Marion Abstract  
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