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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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    • 102 High School are females? The boys also disagreed with the statement but not as strongly (see Figure 4.31). Depending on the different types of activity the students were working on determined the different learning styles they used. After the...
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    • 12 higher motivation levels, compared to students of teachers who were less supportive, but the effect was very small. The researcher also noted the following: Claims about the motivation-enhancing effects of the interactive whiteboard are not...
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    • 124 Appendix D Samples of student work The first real-life math assignment included reading a short story and answering the questions related to the story. The majority of students chose to do a power point presentation. One group chose to write a...
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    • 15 understanding. Foldables encourage “reading, writing, thinking, organizing data, researching, and other communication skills into an interdisciplinary mathematics curriculum” (Zike, n.d., p. iv). Foldables can be used to implement other types of...
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    • 2 contrary—highly enthusiastic, yet fail to successfully incorporate new knowledge or skills into their curriculums. Background, Significance, Purpose and Study Setting As more and more districts, and most specifically teachers, feel the pressures...
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    • 2 using word patterns and includes the use of spelling in thinking, spelling in reading, and spelling in vocabulary. The purpose of this study was to use the information gained from researching and utilizing the programs Spelling Connections and...
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    • 21 Kolln and Hancock’s (2005) argument against the anti-grammar movement maintains that as the free-writing trend took off, linguists such as W. Nelson Francis, Harold B. Allen and Noam Chomsky were researching English grammar and discovering...
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    • 28 In order to support the goal of increasing parent involvement, the researcher provided parent disclaimers to be sent home with the behavior-tracking sheets at each stage in the discipline plan. The disclaimers explain each step in the Pro-Active...
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    • 3 1 Chapter 4 – Results The objective of this study was to use the information gained from researching and utilizing the program Spelling Connections and instructional methods of Words Their Way, to find the most productive method of teaching...
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    • 3 concept mastery using an interactive whiteboard versus using traditional whiteboards and non-electronic manipulatives. The purpose of this study was to analyze how the implementation of an interactive whiteboard, such as a SMART Board, in an...
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    • 49 not meant to be followed at the expense of the students. I will adjust each year to best meet the needs to the individual students in each class. I am excited to continue to work on this outline and modify it so it will be acceptable for future...
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    • 5 Chapter 2 Literature Review Researching on the best approach for teaching elementary students mathematics, with the use of interactive whiteboards, one must, look at how mathematics with the use of interactive whiteboards has evolved. In this...
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    • 50 Teacher ID Was additional time made available for you to implement learned skills/tools? P1 Yes P2 No P3 PLC time only P4 PLC time only P5 No P6 Yes P7 Yes P8 No P9 PLC time only Teacher ID Have you implemented skills and knowledge learned at...
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    • !53 expectations. I could begin the study with a focus group that asked Chinese to describe how an American looks and acts, then try to do everything the opposite of what they expect, and note their reactions. Finally, terror management theory...
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    • 57 giving lessons. Traditional practices such as, "learn the rule, practice it, and test the student on it" are in the past. Teachers can only control themselves, so their first priority is to become masters of grammar that they must teach through...
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    • 58 mechanics like capitalization and ending sentences with periods, they continue to choose not to follow those rules when writing. Teacher-researchers are limited on discovering only that which they can control; hence, this is the reason that...
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    • 72 book club to their endeavors to help their experiences be smooth and positive. As the Reading Committee considers school-wide reading incentive programs and activities, I have had the opportunity to share my insight in student motivation gained...
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    • 74 Davis, B. H., Resta, V., Davis, L.L., & Camacho, A. (2001). Novice teachers learn about literature circles through collaborative action research. Journal of Reading Education, v 26 n3, 1-6. Demos, E.D., & Foshay, J.D., (2010). Engaging the...
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    • 84 Appendix C Interview Guide INVESTIGATION INTO EXISTING BARRIERS TO SCHOOL GARDENS IN PUBLIC SUBURBAN SCHOOLS By Janelle Polet Perry Interview Guide School District: ____________________ Suburb of:______________ Coded: _______ Name of...

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