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    • 101 complained when anything they were required to accomplish took more time than they thought it should. Students’ understanding of math was very interesting. Pupils leaned towards disagreeing with the statement, “Math brings out my...
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    • 102 High School are females? The boys also disagreed with the statement but not as strongly (see Figure 4.31). Depending on the different types of activity the students were working on determined the different learning styles they used. After the...
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    • 124 Appendix D Samples of student work The first real-life math assignment included reading a short story and answering the questions related to the story. The majority of students chose to do a power point presentation. One group chose to write a...
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    • 138 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop Introduction There are several commercial and some freeware applications that may be used to create web documents. Among these applications we find Adobe Photoshop, which can be used not only to prepare...
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    • 144 Appendix E Collection of Real-life math assignments/activities Seven stories were chosen for the first activity from Math Stories for Problem Solving Success (Overholt, et. al., 1990). They were Tessa’s grounding, Jake’s surprise, The Pro...
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    • 150 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop Figure 8.21 The Adobe Bridge application is a separate ap-plication that you can access from within Photo-shop or you may run it by itself. 1. If you already have Photoshop CS4 running, locate and click the...
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    • 152 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop and a Thumbnail size from the Style menu (Fig-ure 8.23). 6. Make sure all the photos are still selected then click Refresh Preview to see the gallery in the Output Preview panel. The Output Preview panel will...
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    • 34 2006). The second project included research on bridge building, building a bridge out of toothpicks, and figuring the cost of material if their design was an actual bridge. The project required the use of interpersonal, bodily/kinesthetic,...
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    • 40 Students’ mathematical/logical, visual/spatial, bodily/kinesthetic, and musical/rhythmic learning style scores were, on average, significantly higher than their scores in other areas. Emphasis was given to collect and create bodily/kinesthetic...
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    • 50 Chapter 5 Discussion Evaluation of teacher perspective on implementation of an RTI framework provided a bridge from theoretical understanding to practical application of the model. Insights of practicing educators highlighted and supported...
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    • 53 English classes. Parents with low-literate children spoke only their native Spanish during the home visit interview and never mentioned that they were learning English. All parents interviewed for the home visits were either from Mexico or...
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    • 56 interventions for ELLs with low literacy scores is another way this research has been applied to the learning environment of the classroom to increase literacy experiences. When children interact with multi-literacies, there are high levels of...
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    • 64 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect Iuly 4th: "We finally took off on the trip we have looked forward to for so long. Mom (Sweeten) fed us breakfast, we had our pictures taken by the loaded car, and we were away by 8 a.m. We stopped in Coalville...
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    • 7 outlines six areas of focus: Education, Healthy Futures, Environmental Stewardship, Veterans, Opportunity and Disaster Preparedness. The present attention and focus on service learning is a forward-looking vision at the future of higher-education...
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    • 86 4 students used 4 subject areas (18%) 4 students used 5 subject areas (18%) 14 students used 6 subject areas (64%) Story Problem Presentation: Number of Learning Styles Used by Each Student Figure 4.34. Number of learning styles used by each...
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    • 87 were late with the first project were the first students to hand in their projects. One group did turn their bridge in after the deadline. Pictures of the bridges are included in Appendix D. A slide presentation using the pictures of the...
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    • 88 100% 95% 95% 86% 0% 91% 100% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Bridge Building: Learning Styles Used by Each Student Figure 4.35. Bridge building: learning styles used by each student, percentages,...
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    • 89 1 student used 2 subject areas (5%) 3 students used 5 subject areas (14%) 18 students used 6 subject areas (82%) Bridge Building: Number of Learning Styles Used by Each Student Figure 4.36. Bridge Building: Number of learning styles used by each...
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    • 93 Part of the grade for the activities was for each student to individually write a summary of each member of their group if they chose groups and how they participated. Most individuals took part equally. One individual commented that her partner...

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