Volume 10 (2009)
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
This year brought new heights to The Corinthian: Ali Duckworth joined our staff as copyeditor, forty articles were submitted to be considered for publication, and Volume 10 became our largest volume yet. The Corinthian continues to serve as a unique aspect of Georgia College & State University by serving its mission to support learning and promote high levels of student achievement.
The publication of Volume 10 would not have been possible without the many faculty reviewers who volunteered their time to critique each submission, the work of Ali Duckworth and John Bowen, and the students and faculty members portrayed on the pages of this journal.
It is my hope that these twenty-seven students’ search for knowledge will inspire you to embark on the same journey.
The Implications of Writers’ Workshop in Fifth Grade
Relationship Between Teacher Morale and School Climate
Patrick Henry: From Strong Statements to a Strong Cause
The Relationship between Children’s Birth Orders and Their Social Competence
Christina Borne and Kimberly Mears