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lessons. The goals of school gardens were primarily for academic and social
development. Secondary goals were recreational and therapeutic (Blair, 2009).
The DeNarco, Relf, & McDaniel study also investigated the academic subjects
The third question in the survey sought to gather data on the use of gardens by
schools and related funding. The three consolidated county districts (S5, S6, S7) all
reported school gardens in the identified suburbs. These three suburb groups...
practice of grouping students by ability, interest, or another similarity and changing instructional
approaches according to each academic group’s needs (Hall, Strangman, & Meyer, 2003). This
method can be applied in whole-group or individual...
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Pianta, R. C. & McCoy, J. J. (1997). The first...
The training evaluation was given to each teacher at the conclusion of the
training. The evaluation showed that 100% of the teachers agreed that their knowledge
of inclusion increased as they attended the training....
characteristics, such as love, loyalty, sensitivity, and trust, were all descriptions of commitment
used by both married couples and those couples who were cohabiting (Pryor & Roberts, 2005).
individual couple. Although the sequence of questions was occasionally different from one
participant to the next, generally the questions followed the order specified in the appendix.
The interviews were digitally...
Discussing with participants in more depth about which example is more impactful would be
beneficial to our understanding of how couples construct commitment.
Future research may include interviewing couples that have...
students would only cover computer forensics and network forensics although mobile
forensics and multimedia forensics are still in practice.
1.3 Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this study is:
• To provide a model for baccalaureate and...
Note: This figure is adapted from “Computer Forensics Education” by Yasinsac, A.,
Erbacher F. R., Marks G. D., Pollitt M. M. & Sommer M. P. (2003). IEEE Security &
Privacy, 1(4), 15-23.
ªComputer Network Forensics.
According to this model,...
technical electives and open university electives [Wes07]. Additionally, they suggested
that each of the technical subjects must be accompanied 1 hour lab hours. The purpose of
this lab course is to maintain hands-on experience among students...
Meanwhile, the attack network will simulate attacks to the target network. It will create
“live” network forensics situation. The control network will provide automated
management for the system administrator (usually a trainer or a...
A good digital forensics program must consist of “digital evidence collection” and
“proper storage and handling.” The tools that are currently used to accomplish
digital forensics examination must also be added in...
Introduction to digital forensics investigation is a subject that applies all the
subjects that have been learned by students during the completion of this program. It will
use the same technique and pedagogy applied in the “Business Game”...
APPENDIX A: LIST OF DIGITAL FORENSICS ANALYSIS TOOLS
1. Encase (www.guidancesoftware.com)
EnCase as its motto “The world leader in digital investigation” implies, is one of
the most applied digital forensic analysis tools by law enforcement....