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    • $1950 or more a week” (Rutenberg, 2009). As educators focus more on literacy instruction, students are becoming more prepared to succeed financially later in life. Literacy matters in education, in the workplace, and in every student’s life....
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    • /my_timeline-demo/config/environments/production.rb TimelineApp::1 Application.configure do 2 # Settings specified here will take precedence over those in config/application.rb 3 4 # Code is not reloaded between requests 5 config.cache_classes =...
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    • 10 teachers give students, the better choices they will make with this knowledge. Students are watching our society grow old and obese. In order for students to not suffer the same consequences of life adults are experiencing now, they must be...
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    • 11 which slows down the reading process (Fink, 2008, p. 57). Vocalization is another widespread reading habit has the effect of limiting reading speed and comprehension (Fink, 2008; Beers, 2003). This occurs when we say the words we are reading out...
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    • 13 By looking at their work and deciding where they are weak and need to improve, they take control of their learning. Choice implies control, and control can engender confidence and commitment to learning (Weimer, 2012). Students used assessment...
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    • 14 AN EXPERIENCE IN CHINA experience is often what will set one university apart from another. The ease of online application and a cost effective process will draw students in (Brown, Chizuk, Duke, Lee & Reale, 2002). Another type of overseas...
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    • 14 Fees PRIVATE INSTRUCTION Private work in Music, Art, and Dramatic Art must be arranged for with the instructors in charge. Fees are $24.00 per quarter, each course. I think that in a hundred men there are more than ninety who are what they are,...
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    • 14 Protective factors found in the home from parents or guardians include verbal praise for academic achievement, expectations to do well, ability to monitor progress and grades, knowledge and supervision of school work and disciple in response to...
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    • 16 SOUTHRRN BRANCH In applying for registration, a student who has previously attended the Normal School must present his registration cards of former years or a certified copy of them containing a record of his credits for work...
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    • 17 to seven pieces of information at a time so frontloading lessons is a bad idea (Why Middle School Students Can't Stop Talking and Three Ways to Stop It, 2013). Learning experiences must be designed to have the maximum impact in the minimum...
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    • 20 kindergarten they are already at a disadvantage. Reading disadvantages are not the only problem poorer families face in education. When a child leaves school and return to an empty home they do not have a good support system encouraging them to...
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    • 22 grade level, i.e. 10 X grade = number of minutes per night for homework (Vatterott, 2009). Hence a senior in high school could be expected to do 120 minutes, or two hours of homework each night (Cooper, 2006; U. S. Dept. of Education, 2003) not...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 24 Chapter 4 Observations Student 1 Introduction Jo is a fifth grade student with autism in a class for students with behavioral problems. Jo hates school and physically fights with his mom and dad because he does not want to come to school. He was...

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