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    • 'l.ltali State '.Board of 1<.eoents Kenneth G. Anderton, chafrman. John. B. Goddo.rd Clifford S. LeF evre Vernal Og~n Clemfield Aileen H. Clyde David J. Grant Paul S. Rogers vice chairwoman Cedar City Orem Springville IAnette G. Hale Jay B....
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    • 10 COLLEGE OF BU S I NESS & TECHNOLOGY Tyler David Geldmacher BS Computer Information Systems Levi Dennis Gibson BA Accounting Jodi Rae Gilmore BS Management Aaron B. Glazier # BS Accounting John Niles Goring BA Criminal fustice David Mark Grant...
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    • 10 learning, it can have a positive academic impact on students and possibly involve students in all levels of engagement. Benefits of Formative Assessment More and more teachers are becoming aware of the benefits of student centered...
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    • 11 p. 63). These strategies are all metacognitive skills. Self-reflection occurs as the student uses the assessment to figure out how s/he is doing, where they could do better, and what they need to do differently to be more successful (McDonald,...
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    • 14 learning process. Goal Setting Students engage when the goals they set have personal meaning (Weimer, 2012). When goals are set by the teacher there is no impetus for student buy-in. Unless the students are motivated by grades, they have no...
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    • 14 Lisa C. Myers Clerical One Year Bart W. Black Electronics Associate Suzan Marie Palmer Rex Daren Condie Clerical One Year Electronics Associate Kimberly S. Kennedy Henry D. Frehner* Clerical One Year Electronics Associate Richard L....
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    • 20 repeated often until students feel comfortable with it, and then they were gain the confidence to act independently, after success and feedback have given them a solid foundation. Goal Setting Goal setting can build self-efficacy, aid in brain...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 24 writing partner, while being equally willing to pose questions, introduce topics, and write about themselves (Peyton, 1993; Peyton, 2000). One reason a teacher may choose to have students write back and forth to each other is for the benefits of...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 25 specifically about consequences to certain behavior and students responded positively to the journals. An improvement in student behavior was observed, and students gained more instruction in self-advocacy through the journals (Krebs, 2006;...
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    • 37 has one sister, but her dad has returned to Mexico and is married to another woman, and he has an entirely new family. The relentless pain this has caused Dulce is obvious as she constantly talks about her dad at school and expresses her sorrow....
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    • 39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Jones, Seth M Enoch, Iron County Knell, James Claude Pinto, Washington County Leigh, Abbie Cedar, Iron County Lowe, Deslie Parowan, " Lunt, George Hunter Cedar, " Lunt, Henry Hunter " Lunt, Jeannett "...
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    • 40 SOUTHERN BRANCH Williams, Ethel Kanarra, Iron County Wittwer, John Santa Clara, Washington, County SPECIALS. Adams, Hugh L., Jr Parowan, Iron County Allen, Leonard Delamar, Nevada Anderson, B. Franklin ………….Toquerville,...
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    • 45 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Bullock, Robert Cedar City Church, Zera Panguitch Clark, Mamie Provo Clark, Venice Provo Findley, Donald Kanab Foster, Hazel Caliente Haight, Orson Cedar City Hall, Ethel Cedar City Jessup, Ina Cedar...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 50 where the students would demonstrate their reading comprehension for this study. Additionally, because many introverts prefer writing to speaking, or at least, the opportunity to think before speaking (Cain, 2012), dialogue journals became the...
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    • 55 Lopez, S. J. (2011, 10). The highs and lows of student engagement. Retrieved from Kappan: file:///C:/Users/debracutler/Downloads/Kappan%20Magazine%20- %20The%20Highs%20and%20Lows%20of%20Student%20Engagement.pdf Lorain, P. (n.d.). Brain...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 64 http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/extraversion-or-introversion.htm McCroskey, J. C. (1980). Quiet children in the classroom: On helping not hurting. Communication Education, 29(3), 239-44. McDonald, B., Rosselli,...

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