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    • 31 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Physical Education.-Exercises in the gymnasium under the supervision of the director. Physical examinations are given as far as practicable, and the work will be adapted to the needs of the individual. The regulation...
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    • 70 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect medicine." It was 50 yards down the hill, so Dad started his arms swinging like a windmill at the top of the hill. By the time he got to the bottom, going about 50 mph at his own estimate, he hit the kid like a...
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • river, we carefully scanned the cliffs, sky, and water for objects of interest. In our survey we noted: three blue herons, majestically soaring above; five puffy little clouds; the honey-combing of the swallows' nests at the tops of the walls; and...
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    • 25 considered more popular modes of receiving printed messages. If educators understand this multimedia culture, and how students in the digital era interpret messages, they can use this knowledge to build on students’ current interests and...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 47 they wished; (4) removed the opportunity for participants to identify the expectation of the researcher from among a list of other options, as is the case with a questionnaire; and (5) through my giving of random...
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    • 27 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this creative project is to determine what influence parents have on student success in math and what can be done as a teacher to rectify a lack of parental involvement in a child’s math education. Specific...
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    • 30 struggling students was successful or not. As required by Southern Utah University Department of Graduate Studies in Education, all necessary Institutional Review Board (IRB) requirements were met throughout the conduct of this creative...
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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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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 29 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this creative project was to improve social thinking skills for students with high functioning autism (HFA) in second and third grades in a small rural setting in southern Utah....
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS A log of events was kept to document student, teacher, and parent trainings. Dates of trainings as well as topics covered were recorded. Teacher and parent responses recorded with surveys at the end of trainings drove...
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    • Appendices Appendix A. Journal Week One – January 8-14 I came in for my first day and was introduced to my supervisor, Byron Linford, the Events Director for Cedar City. Byron described the three main projects I would be working on for the...
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    • -We should look at getting tall cocktail tables for the 30 minute “cocktail hour” at the beginning of the evening. (Maria thought we could find these fairly cheap on eBay and purchase them to have at the Heritage Center) -There is going to be a...
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    • Appendix B. Request for Proposal Society of American Travel Writer’s Convention Dinner Request for Proposal The Society of American Travel Writer’s is holding their annual convention in Cedar City, June 2012. A dinner will be held to conclude...
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    • THE WEB 6 Introduction The objectives for this capstone project were to (1) fulfill the capstone requirement for the Master of Arts in Professional Communication degree, (2) learn how to design a college-level course, and (3) create a body of work...
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    • THE WEB 33 Module 4 Assignment: Create a Content Inventory and Site Diagram Conduct a content inventory on a small local restaurant or club's web site. In order to keep this assignment to a reasonable size, it is suggested that you not use a...
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    • THE WEB 36 • What will be the project deliverables? Review Questions: The Development Process 1. It is common for ____________ ____________ to oversee online development. 2. Development processes should be under constant ____________. 3. The...
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    • THE WEB 66 6 Learning Outcomes 1. Understand the terminology required to drive web projects 2. Learn best practices for creating your own web projects 3. Apply the scientific approach to usability in web projects About Me In the world of web design...
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    • THE WEB 96 36 Research Research is a vital part of any web design project. Methods differ but tools commonly used by information architects include client interviews, creative briefs, and competitive...

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