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Although considerable research has demonstrated the importance of supportive teacher-student relationships to studentsâ academic and nonacademic outcomes, few studies have explored these relationships in the context of high-performing high schools. Hierarchical linear modeling with a sample of...
Framed by self-determination and identity development theories, this study examined the process through which participating in a community-based service-learning project supported high school studentsâ feelings of autonomy, competence and relatedness, and how these feelings were related to...
This article examines our modern ways of schooling youth in light of philosophic and personal narrative accounts of âthe Dionysianâ aspect â a term the author uses to understand his own experiences and aspirations as a high school English teacher. Having articulated the meaning of this...
High school students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often struggle in the complex social and academic secondary environment. Current literature suggests postsecondary success is limited for adults with ASD, but little is known about the high school experiences of individuals with ASD that...
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