Education Dissertation Titles
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An investigation into the development of community dance with autistic children.
Does computer assisted learning increase student learning or grades?
Is there a correlation between formative assessment & pupil attainment?
A case study of how social class and gender affects academic attainment amongst a family across three generations using Auto-ethnography.
A critical analysis of the friction between child labour and education in today’s globalized world.
A Critical Analysis of the Role of Peace Education in Realizing Sustainable Conflict Resolution.
An exploration of the benefits and disadvantages of citizenship education.
Applied behavioural analysis in teaching children with autism in the 3 areas.
Assessing the Quality of students entering Universities in Saudi Arabia as a Predictor of success rate.
Behavioural issues within a primary school setting and the impact on teaching and learning.
Critical analysis of an intervention approach for Autism.
The role of creativity in childrens overall development and learning in the early years.
Exploration of the graduate nurses’ lived experience of caring for people of different cultures in 21st century Ireland.
Has the implementation of ECM affected an attitudinal change in lecturers’ with regard to the provision of holistic care towards the students?
How are Romanian children supported by the UK Primary school system and in what ways can further support be implemented?
How do secondary school teachers look to identify talented pupils within their classes?
How might a teacher explore and develop strategies to promote boys reading development in a year six setting?
Investigating the barriers for year 9 students choosing food technology as a GCSE subject and ultimately as a degree path towards a professional career in food science.
Methods of supporting pupils with dyslexia in literacy: teacher’s perspectives.
Pupils with identified dyslexia/specific literacy difficulties.
The adverse effects of managerialism on education at all levels from 1980 to 2010.
The effect of native English speaking teachers (NESTS) on the attitudes and achievement of Saudi male learners compared with non native English speaking teachers (NNESTS).
The impact of parental involvement of children with Autism on their social and academic achievement.
The Relationship Between Personal Teacher Attributes And Attitudes Towards Inclusive Education.
The Washback Effects of a Shift from Summative Assessments to Formative Assessments in a Hong Kong EFL Classroom.
Introducing bilingualism to the children in the client’s care and to develop their knowledge about foreign countries.
What are the range of factors which motivate Saudi parents choosing to send their children to the Early Childhood Centre in Al-Khobar and Dar Al-Yosour International School in Jeddah?
What texts do boys and girls choose to read and why?
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