A Study of the Relationship of the Emotional Adustment of Military-Connected Students and the Emotional Adjustment of Non-Military-Connected Students
Type of Culminating Activity
Master of Arts Elementary Education
Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies
Claire M. Bowman
John D. Hoge
Teachers, through their work with children, are exposed to a wide variety of children and behaviors. Anyone who is a teacher may have encountered such children as Rob – a boy who insisted he would never amount to anything; Angela – who knew every current obscenity and tried them out sporadically on the teacher; Shawn – who continually wandered aimlessly, friendless, hopeless; Rick – who convinced himself he was not a person but some other-worldly, magical robot; Nick – who was outwardly content one moment and gloomy to the point of abject despair the next because he had had a mistake brought to his attention.
Fox, Lorraine H., "A Study of the Relationship of the Emotional Adustment of Military-Connected Students and the Emotional Adjustment of Non-Military-Connected Students" (1981). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 1033.