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    • Girls and Relational Aggression 41 Mullin-Rindler, N., (2003). Relational aggression: A different kind of bullying. Principal, 82(5). Pronk, R., & Zimmer- Gembeck, M. (2010). “It’s mean, but what does it mean to adolescents?” Relational aggression...
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    • 5 disadvantage compared to fellow classmates who are native English speakers. “These students are not only required to compete with native speakers of English with respect to academic or literacy related language skills, they must also acquire the...
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    • 21 Chapter 4 Results The population of SEA changes drastically at the half-year semester mark. Those students who have gotten caught up on credits go back to their home schools and a new set of students who need to make up classes are enrolled....
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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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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 9 a viola played sixteen melodies for the children. Four of each song represented sad, angry, happy and frustrated emotions. There was a control group of one hundred college-aged students, so the researchers could...
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    • 10 Student Achievement Through the use of InteractiveWhiteboards Through proper professional development trainings and willingness of educators to alter their teaching style, there has been a continuous pattern of how interactive whiteboards have...
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    • 35 ___ Interested ___ Possibly Interested ___ Not Interested How interested are you in a career in health science? ___ Very Interested ___ Interested ___ Possibly Interested ___ Not Interested How interested are you in hospitality and tourism...
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    • 39 Appendix D Student Interest Career Topic Examples Agricultural and Natural Resources Careers: Careers/jobs, which involve farming, landscaping, and the development and conservation of resources (such as water, food, coal, etc). Example Jobs:...
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    • 40 Hospitality and Tourism Careers: Career/jobs, which involve planning, managing, and providing food, lodging, or recreational services. Example Jobs: Hotel Manager; Housekeeper; Travel Agent; Event Planner; Interpreter; Tour Guide; Animal...
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    • 2 knowledge. Students are explicitly taught in the younger grades how to identify characters, setting, and plot. Students entering fourth grade are provided with textbooks in the areas of Social Studies and Science. They are asked to read the...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 29 Question eleven asked, “ What school subject are you most likely to turn music on while working?” Of the 81 subjects, the majority of the students responded to Art (38) and math (19) as the preferred topic of study...
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    • 2 prepare for their future. Christenson and Thurlow (2004) found that the cost of dropouts is "estimated in the billions of dollars in lost revenues, welfare programs, unemployment programs, underemployment, and crime prevention and prosecution"...
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    • 17 combinations which might help the students understand the concepts the teacher wishes to communicate (Watson, 2005). Purposeful Kinesthetics in Non-Math Disciplines Though not widely applied in the field of mathematics, purposeful, related...
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    • 25 second grade level science and social studies core curriculums. The timeline of steps required to complete the study were as follows: 1. Administration of the pre-assessments on expository text comprehension, two days. 2. Whole class lessons...
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    • 19 teachers, the researcher then decided what core classes to teach. The core classes that students needed to graduate were English, history, math, and science. The researcher then needed to find fifteen willing students to participate in the...
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    • 20 The methods that were used in the data collection were composed of two parts. The type of data that was used was credit comparison. The purpose of these data collection techniques was to allow the teacher to see how successful student and...
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    • 38 References Barnes, J. & Jacqua, K. (2011, September). Algebra aerobics. Mathematics Teacher, 105(2), 97-101. Retrieved from...
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    • 32 References Aronson, R. (2001). At-risk students defy the odds: overcoming barriers to educational success. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press. Ascher, C., & Maguire, C. (2011). Beating the odds. Education Digest, 76(5), 13-20. Retrieved from...
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    • 39 Compton, C. (2008). Thank you, Miss Katherine. Phi Dieta Kappan, 90(3), 182-185. Retrieved from...
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    • 43 with classroom curriculum. Art Education, 60(4), 33-38. Retrieved from http://www. highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1313669451.html Nemirovsky, R. & Rasmussen, C. (2005). A case study of how kinesthetic experiences can participate in and transfer to work...

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