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    • 14 Students who are effectively monitoring and managing their own behavior tend to exhibit more appropriate on-task behavior. As a result, teachers are more available to address more pressing instructional matters (Loveless, 2010). Use of a Timeout...
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    • 23 recreation in the way of dancing, concerts, theatres and other social pastimes under the supervision of the teachers. Each class has an opportunity every year to give a dancing party for the purpose of raising funds for the class treasury....
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    • 4 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect Chase Peterson, appointed President of the University of Utah in 1983.) In another Scouting venture, John and others made a camp on the side hill in Boyden's Grove (the bottom of the ledge at the top of the...
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    • 65 1. Product instruction: There are many teachers who don’t take the time to read a manual on how to use the technology in the classroom, consequently…they don’t use the technology. Instruction in this forum is very beneficial. I have...
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    • 69 I enjoyed the authors that presented (Mangum and Nasser). I also was very glad to see so many breakout sessions oriented around iPads. The endless snack and treat bar was super! Thank you!!! I attended one breakout session that I needed an...
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    • 7 perceive mathematics as a process of getting a solution and leave it in the classroom. This results in a lack of developing an understanding of the mathematics in the world around them as the complete daily activities such as shopping, choosing...
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    • 74 Frequent opportunities of choice Develop high interest activities Brisk pace of instruction Active student involvement Provide frequent teacher feedback and encouragement Provide models of correct independent work Be consistent in managing...
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    • 8 and/or movements and gestures not coinciding with instructional activity (Fayne & Gettinger, 1982). Students exhibiting disruptive behaviors that occur frequently and are often intense in nature are of most concern. When a student’s disruptive...
    • Backstage

    • Cedar City (Utah); Utah Shakespeare Festival;
    • A meeting with Fred C. Adams, Producing Director, Gary M. McIntyre, Managing Director, Cameron Harvey, Production Director, R. Scott Phillips, Publicity Director, and Douglas N. Cook, Associate Producer.
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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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    • commissioned officers in the Bntish Army. When the Gospel message happened to reach the ears of grandfather and grandmother Gower, it found such a responsive chord in their hearts that the spirit of the gathering to Zion seized them and they...
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    • DONALD C. URIE Biography 1875 - 1948 Donald Clyde Urie was born in Cedar City, Utah. October 2 9 , 1875, the son of John and Priscilla Klingensmith Urie. He died March 9, 1948. in Provo, Utah. He,attended the Branch Normal School in Cedar City and...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 20 make decisions or reach consensus can be avoided. Socially anxious clients will feel more comfortable expressing themselves or situations via email than in person. Both CMC parties will possibly be seen as more polite....
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    • Emotions in Conflict 10 found that integrating was the most preferred conflict management style. Following integration, the next preferred conflict management styles were found to be compromising and obliging. On the contrary, it was found that...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 12 established. Therefore, if face concerns are an important link, they should give a better prediction of conflict styles than other variables commonly considered. This theory has been used in gaining a better understanding of...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 23 (Mayer, Salovey, & Caruso, 2000). This has been viewed as beneficial because studying emotional intelligence captures a range of the abilities that includes perceiving emotion, facilitating thought with emotion,...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 29 Negotiators are encouraged to suggest brainstorming options before deciding on a solution. This way, their autonomy expands as they are more active in the conflict management process. The effects of impinging on the autonomy...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 30 Emotions are inseparably linked to status in negotiation situations. In order to effectively use emotions in managing conflict, one's own status must be realized and communicated. At the same time, failure to recognize...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 32 understanding and addressing the emotional side of conflict, individuals can have more success in managing conflict. It is also important to note that conflict provides opportunities for relationships to be strengthened. The...

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