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    • 14 Where parents are capable of guiding the child and are inclined to supervise the home study, their children succeed in school. But where the parents are illiterate or for other reasons are unable to supervise the home study, their children as...
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    • 2 future academic failure. Reaching out to reluctant readers and instilling the desire to experience reading as a form of pleasure and enjoyment is the constant quest of the classroom teacher. While no two reluctant readers are exactly alike, one...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 37 I have made many small changes in implementing RTI. The most significant change is letting the assessments guide my instruction rather than using them to be a summary of how students have done. I have...
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    • 28 Chapter 3 Methodology Using criteria described by Vatterott (2009) and implemented by Danielson et al., (2011) this study identified the types and evaluated the quality of homework assignments given to students K through ninth grades in four...
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    • 15 Not all children are receptive to the same type of instruction provided (Yang, 2006). Some students may thrive in a straightforward type of instruction. Others might need a more holistic approach to learning. There are two major types of...
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    • 3 • What effects do positive reading experiences have on unmotivated and apathetical readers who are currently scoring at or near benchmark levels on reading assessments? • Can participating in positive reading interventions and learning...
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    • 25 The purpose of this thesis was to examine the results Automatic Essay Scoring (AES) programs have on state writing scores in the state of Utah. The primary research question addressed in this thesis was: Do AES programs make a difference in...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 38 Table 5 Mean Response to Student Outcome Statements 3 and 12 Survey Item Mean Response Out of 6.0 #3 RTI has resulted in a proactive system that better meets the needs of all students. 5 #12 RTI has...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Why do I have to learn this? This question is frequently asked of mathematics teachers. Anne Palmer (2009), a professor of mathematics at Stockholm University, recalled asking her students to list the first words that come to...
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    • 3 14% of White adults (Fry, 2010). As a result of the increased legislation and awareness to the achievement gap, Yearly ProgressPro™, a progress-monitoring instrument, is being implemented to help close it. This computer-administered program...
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    • 3 person is limited in learning opportunities and lacks the skills necessary to create communication beyond what he or she hears. Now, as an English teacher, this teacher-researcher wonders how much grammar to teach each year. The current Utah...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 2 The development of students’ self-efficacy and social competence as related to character education programming—referred to by some as performance character—is essential, but not well investigated. Anecdotally,...
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    • 29 Strom, and Kramer (2011) (See Appendix E). The questions supplied in the rubric enabled the research team to reach a consensus of each assignment’s value. Procedures Teachers gathered a sample of each homework assignment given during a three...
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    • 20 Imagine Learning is geared toward younger students to learn languages with support in their first language. Its instructional design is research-based and follows four guidelines in order to provide effective language learning programs. These...
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    • 26 between higher submission numbers and higher scores, then the author sought to establish how many submissions were needed to make a difference. 3. How do teachers use AES programs in their classrooms? This was addressed in a minimalistic way....
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 39 Chapter Summary In conclusion this chapter presents the study finding revealed by the teacher survey. The findings of this study were organized in reference to the research questions and themes that...
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    • 4 Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (CCSS, http://www.corestandards.org, 2011). After the Utah State Office of Education presented this new curriculum manual...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 3 FranklinCovey Company. By not being funded by FranklinCovey and by targeting student perceptions, this study contributed to the field of character education and to the current literature about TLIM...
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    • 30 Individual assignments may have qualified as a value assignment, but the work taken as a whole for that night disqualified some of the work because it became unreasonable in terms of time required to complete it. An example of this was 15...
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    • 17 may be unrelated to what is going on in the classroom, there is still a lot of pressure placed on the positive results from these assessments. The assumption that something is wrong with education is based on sparse information about the...

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