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    • 1 Best Spelling Practices in Classroom Instruction Chapter 1 - Introduction There are many challenges that face educators regarding how to effectively teach spelling. Gentry stated, “Spelling really does matter and that, as educators, we need to...
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    • 1 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) reported that in 2007, there were 206,884 complaints made and it is equivalent to $239 million loss [Wol09]. This figure indicates how big the loss is,...
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    • 11 1995). These deficits may contribute to the fact that Hispanic students, with relatively few exceptions, have had the highest high-school dropout rate of any group in the United States from 1972-2007. High School student dropouts from the low...
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    • 12 Furthermore, digital forensics community also expresses their concerns on the need of an organization or body that can monitor the accreditation of a digital forensics programs that currently or will be available in the market [Rog04]. When...
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    • 12 Wise (2009) commented on why high school has been left out of the literacy debate: the policymakers under No Child Left Behind only focused on the elementary levels because the severity of struggling readers in the upper levels was not...
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    • 166 .. •• '." - Classroom Ideas for High School M --=- -------- r .._q... .~.~ _",h __ ....__, 7 --- ----- ~~ Classroom Ideas for High ') School Math www.enc.org/focuslideashsmath/ StI1lP from their das$rOI'Im Ul ywn! Tex:bcn ICnllD...
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    • 18 States and conducted within the past fifteen years. All studies found support a positive connection between physical activity and student achievement for students. These studies are slightly different and use varying measurement tools and tests to...
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    • 2 behind academically they lose a certain amount of self-confidence. This is especially crucial when dealing with math. The time restraints in a regular education classroom make it difficult for a teacher to address the varying problems of each...
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    • 20 Students Who Benefit from RTI Kamps et al. (2007) compared the effects of English language learners (ELL) receiving Tier 2 interventions to ELL students being taught using a balanced literacy approach to reading. The study found students...
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    • 22 Furthermore, Marinak and Gambrill have suggested that books as rewards for increased reading are a gratifying, successful reward for students. Specifically, when offering extrinsic rewards for reading, books are less undermining to intrinsic...
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    • 25 personal and focused than general classroom whole-group instruction, or even differentiated small-group instruction during the regular classroom hours. Rich book-centered discussions can be brilliant motivators for readers. These discussions...
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    • 27 Question 6: Please talk about what you think were the most positive aspects of your involvement in service. What were the most challenging or negative aspects, if any? As was the case with Question Three, this question wasn’t central to the...
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    • 27 that curriculum standards are taught and students are prepared for end-of-level tests, such as the CRTs. However, if educators recognize that another priority of teaching should be to learn about the HLEs, home communities, and the cultural...
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    • 33 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this creative project was two-fold. The researcher designed, developed, and delivered an in-service presentation to the faculty at Eagle Elementary in Southern Utah. The intended results of this training...
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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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    • 50 References The National Association for Bilingual Education. (n.d.). Challenges and promising practices in early childhood and family literacy education. Retrieved October 12, 2010,...
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    • 6 going on right now in students’ lives so they can link student needs and abilities (Portal and Sampson, 2001). The MI and LS methods introduce different methods of teaching (Portal and Sampson, 2001). If a student feels stressed he/she avoids...
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    • 62 References Berkeley, S., Bender, W., Peaster, L. G., & Saunders, L. (2009). Implementation of Response to Intervention. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 42(1), 85-95. doi:10.1177/0022219408326214 Bianco, M. (2010). Strength-based RTI:...
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    • 67 Austrian Communication Effectiveness Grid. The completed Communication Effectiveness Grid shown in Figure 4 illustrated what information sources were most important when making travel decisions. Respondents indicated five information sources...

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