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    • viii Acknowledgments I am forever grateful for the guidance and support I received for this project. It was born from a class discussion in Dr. Lee Montgomery’s class and adeptly advised by him. I am appreciative for his interest in the topic and...
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    • Running head: Flipping in Communication 1 FLIPPING IN COMMUNICATION: A FLIPPED CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE A Capstone project submitted to Southern Utah University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Masters of Arts in Professional...
    • 1906, page 6

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    • 6 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Officers and Instructors Continued. JOHN E. HIRST, Business Department. M___________ Drawing, Physiology and Physical Director for Girls, Preparatory History. Mr.__________ Biology and...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 72 2007-2008 Student Orientation Summary of Attendance PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR COURSE ORIENTATION DATE STUDENT TOTAL BT AMY SORENSEN BEGINNING EXCEL 4/16/2008 3 BT AMY SORENSEN FILE MANAGEMENT 4/9/2008 1 BT AMY SORENSEN WORD...
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    • Flipping in Communication 22 Another student suggested that there be “more ability to follow up [and] ask questions.” Many of these suggestions could be easily applied in the future. Peer Review Kevin Stein attended one class during the flipped...
    • 1912, page 60

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    • 60 GRADUATES. FOUR YEAR NORMAL SCHOOL. 1912. Winnifred Corry, Cedar City Seymour McAllister, Kanab Thella Church, Panguitch Irvine McQuarrie, St. George Sherman Cooper, Washington Caesar Myers, Panguitch Fred Fawcett, St....
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    • Flipping in Communication 23 student. One student complained that he could not select his own group and Emily handled him well and the issue was dissolved. The energy in the room was a little low at the very start, but the environment became more...
    • 1910, page 60

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    • 60 Webster, Annette, Cedar City Utah Webster, Cathie, Cedar City Utah Wilkinson, Janie, Cedar City Utah Williamson, Clara, Paragoonah Utah Wimmer, Warren, Parowan Utah Winsor, Leon, St. George Utah Wood, Blanche, Cedar City Utah ...
    • 1912, page 61

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    • 61 Fawcett, Fry .. St. George Fordham, Albert Santa Clara Foster, Ethella St. George Fox, Hugh Circleville Hafen, Vat Santa Clara Heap, Le Rey Parowan Hyatt, Delos Parowan Leigh, Laura Cedar City Leigh, Winnifred Cedar City Lunt,...
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    • Flipping in Communication 24 some sort of lab type environment for practicing speeches is essential in COMM 1010. It gives students an opportunity to understand the rubric and to recognize strengths and weakness in their own speeches and the...
    • 1898, page 19

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    • LIST OF STUDENTS. SECOND YEAR, NORMAL. Leigh, Lillie Cedar City, Iron County. Sproul, Angus Washington, Washington County. FIRST YEAR, NORMAL. Allen, Alice Summit, Iron County. Bayles, Edith Parowan, " " Berry, Altheria Kanarra,...
    • 1912, page 62

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    • 62 Haight, Eliza Cedar City Hanks, George W Panguitch Hall, Merlin Escalante Jolley, Lafayette Washington Jones, Urana Cedar City. Kleinpan, Fannie Toquerville King, Nethella Escalante Lunt, Walter Cedar City Matheson, Gordon...
    • 1910, page 63

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    • 63 Lambson, Emma, Circleville Utah Leavitt, Lovise, Bunkerville Nevada Matheson, Rhoda, Cedar City Utah Mitchell, Warner, Parowan Utah McBride, Roy, Paragoonah Utah Neilson, Misha, Washington Utah Orton, Ida, Parowan Utah Sandberg,...
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    • Commitment 44 I thought she was not only pretty, but a neat person.” Taryn provided greater clarity to the gradual process that occurred in their relationship when she said the following: Just looking back through all those qualities that I had...
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    • Commitment 45 closest to Emily and I really felt like I understood her when we were out and we were alone. We weren’t just out in public, we were hiking in the woods or something and we felt like we could really open up to each other, but I can’t...
    • 1901, page 23

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    • 23 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Bulloch, Alice Cedar, Iron Co. Bulloch, Robert Fife " Bulloch, Thomas " Burkholder, Oliver " Canfield, Irene " Connell, Calvin Parowan, Iron Co. Cornelius, Henry Virgin, Wash.Co Cornelius, Rose ...
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    • Commitment 54 Planning for the future. Bill and Emily Stevens are a couple that exemplified the idea of planning for the future. One of the primary ways that Bill and Emily communicate their commitment for each other is by “staying on the same...
    • 1899, page 32

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    • LIST OF STUDENTS. NORMAL SCHOOL. THIRD YEAR. Gurr, William Parowan, Iron Co. SECOND YEAR. Berry, Altheria Kanarra, Iron Co. Berry, Ella “ Bracken, Ida Pine Valley. Washington Co. Bracken, Maud “ Bunker, Stephen Albert...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 46 Blair, R.J.R. (2003). Neurological basis of psychopathy. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182, 5-7. Blair, R.J.R., Jones, L., Clark, F., & Smith, M. (1997). The psychopathic individual: A lack of...

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