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    • 19 5. Collegiality and professionalism. (Korkmaz, 2007, p. 390). Furthermore, an effective school must be open to the ideas and feelings of teachers and students. Schools need to have in place an effective way of communicating with all employees,...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS colleges have been efficient at training teachers in curriculum and methods, but rarely have teachers been prepared to address the diagnosed and undiagnosed social thinking deficits prevalent today. Not only have HFA...
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    • 14 Even though there are problems with the current standardized testing program, other problems would likely surface without the use of them. Some of the possible consequences of eliminating standardized testing would be that high schools would...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 34 qualify will be notified of this honor. Eligibility requirements include completion of at least 12 graded credit hours in each semester under review, and earning a minimum of a 3.700 semester GPA. Graduation with...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS individual’s curriculum. Secondly, teachers bombarded with myriads of curriculum requirements may not be, or feel capable of, providing social skills interventions. Most colleges and universities have not required...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 40 Graduation Honors? – Yes. Students are eligible to graduate ‘With Distinction’ if their cumulative GPA is above 3.75. Latin Honors are awarded by department and the GPA requirements vary. Graduate Dean’s List? -...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 41 differed slightly, each university placed a high value on the importance of having student’s academic achievements rewarded to some degree. One stand-out finding is that the University of Florida had the best...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 42 Harvard Crimson, 2002). Harvard wouldn’t be the first school to do so. Princeton, Yale, Stanford, and MIT have also eliminated their Dean’s Lists for similar reasons. The Dean’s List wasn’t effective to that...
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    • 22 questioned, problems are conceptualized, solutions are created, reinterpretation of the old happens. A social network environment is a prime location to gain support, grow and learn while in a continually interactive state (Scardamalia &...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 44 be enrolled in 9 credits. Generally, this is equal to 3 classes. A 3.77 GPA allows for 2 A minuses and one A. I think this is a fair raise in standard since the minimum GPA a graduate student can have is a...
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    • 23 offices are changing to incorporate more and more technology, there has been very little evidence to support the effectiveness of the various types of technologies on student recruiting (Strauss & Howe, 2007). Colleges and Universities have...
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    • 24 In 2010 Stoner and Slover Linett Strategies approached CASE (Council for Advancement and Support in Education) with a plan to better understand how advancement offices in higher education were using social media. The concern came from the lack...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 46 Benchmarking was also a great way to conceptualize and apply best practices. Being able to set a national standard really clarified the project goals and allowed me to see what works and what doesn’t on a varied...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 47 References Ashford University. (2015, June 3). Dean's List. Retrieved from Ashford University: http://www.ashford.edu/student_services/deanslist.htm#.VW4vlc9Viko Bader, J. B. (2011). Dean's List: Eleven Habits of...
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    • 27 of communication both before and after a student applies for a college or university. The data correlated very closely with the Hobson report. Social media was among the least popular forms of acceptable and preferred methods of communication...
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    • 28 Rationale In an effort to best improve Snow College’s social media marketing efforts compounded with the conflicting data on the use of social media in higher education led to a survey of high school students and parents. The survey was...
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    • 29 Method As a part of my capstone work, I incorporated a research piece to the project. The goal of the research was to determine the type/s of social media communication platforms that high school seniors and their parents, prefer to use to...
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    • 30 high school career. All parents were attending with students that were at the event to get registered at Snow College. As students and parents entered the events they were asked to participate in the survey on a volunteer basis only (no...
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    • 31 ranked above Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. However in a follow up question the survey asked students and parents to site other online tools used in seeking information about colleges. With the exception of a few scholarship sites, such as...

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