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    • Employee Giving 24 Jones and I explained the mechanics of the campaign, provided instruction on how to ask for a donation, distributed campaign materials (steering committee members helped with this) and then offered motivational instructions and...
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    • Employee Giving 35 offered during the team captain trainings. I also believe that these team captains missed out on the energy of the team captain trainings and the expert instruction provided by Vice President Jones. Fourth, develop a donation...
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    • THE WEB 53 Module 12 Final Project For the final project you will design, develop and present a functional website of your own. The project will consist of the following steps: 1. Create a project requirements document 2. Develop a competitive...
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    • THE WEB 228 168 optimize these touch points. Here is an example of the conversion process using touch points: 􀀑􁄀􀀎􀸀 􀀹􃤀􀁏􄼀􀁕􅔀 􀀈􀠀􀁔􅐀􀁈􄠀􀁅􄔀...
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    • THE WEB 229 Analytics 169 Using these basic data as your baseline, you could then test different areas of the conversion process to determine where improvements could be made, focusing on the touch points. In the example above, the first place to...
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    • Appendix G 2.7. Utah Code §53B-16-102, Continuing Education and Community Service R430 2.8. Policy and Procedures R470, General Education, Course Numbering, Lower Division, Pre- Major Requirements, Transfer of Credit, and Credit by...
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    • Appendix E is the Southern Utah University Policy 6.8.2. The hard copy of this policy should not change, as policy revisions usually do not change more than once every five years. This means the paper copy found in the hard copy of the manual...
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    • 39 The researcher also suggests that service should be central to the university mission. The line between academic and student affairs should be very blurry with regard to service. The rank and tenure process should reward faculty who choose to...
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    • 18 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design CONCERNS FOR PEOPLE WITH DIS-ABILITIES The Americans with Disabilities Act has pre-scribed certain standards for web pages that the government and government contractors must abide by. Because of this,...
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    • Intro to the Internet 19 and Web Page Design on the Internet that facilitate tracking of visitors. It usually involves including some special codes that are provided by the tracking company in your web pages. Each time the site is visited;...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 17 person take an attendance roll and share that with a student services representative. Though I am no longer employed at SWATC, I am informed that the school is moving to complete online orientation requirements for easier...
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    • No pirates no princesses 26 New Ideas in the battle Tough economic times require different tactics for sensible parenting. There is a wealth of resources for parents who want to instill values and responsibility in their children a few of the more...
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    • iii Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction ....................................................................................................................1 Chapter 2: Literature Review...
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    • 2 decisions in the regular classroom. Therefore, students who have been placed in the Pro-Active Skill Building Program will potentially be better apt to exhibit behaviors that are more acceptable, allowing them to experience success in the regular...
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    • 4 Another purpose of this study was to better involve parents in the decision-making concerning discipline measures taken when assisting target students. Research has shown, “students whose parents are involved in their education often show...
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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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    • 31 Chapter 4 Results Intended Outcomes It was the intent of the researcher to provide a behavior program improvement plan, which would assist teachers in more effectively modifying inappropriate student behaviors in the classroom setting. The goal...
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    • 33 Data Results – Participant Survey In addition to tracking the number of students placed in the seclusion/skills classroom, the researcher also conducted a survey in order to gain feedback from the participants, teachers in this study (See...
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    • 34 infrequently, and zero percent said they didn’t follow the procedures at all. A higher percentage of participants said they adequately followed the procedures, but forty percent said they either followed the procedures only somewhat or...
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    • 39 students from the regular classroom for inappropriate behavior. Further research may indicate that this particular school may actually have fewer students placed in a seclusion room than other schools. Changes in Personal Practice The researcher...

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