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    • 32 perspective about the HLEs of ELLs from low-SES families. The instruments used to collect data for this study are located in Appendices A through D. The tasks that were completed in sequential order to accomplish the purpose of the...
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    • Employee Giving 21 The committee also felt it was important to prepare a document that would help team captains answer questions that would most likely be posed to them by their colleagues (Appendices N). It was not our intention to script answers...
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    • iv List of Tables Table 1 Population for Investigation into Barriers to School Gardens ............................ 45 Table 2 Barriers Identified by Interviewees to School Gardens ....................................... 53 Table 3...
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    • 2 Chapter 1 Introduction- Nature of the Problem School gardens have constituted a valuable opportunity to integrate curriculum and provide hands-on learning. The school garden movement planted itself in numerous education philosophies including...
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    • 2 the “greening” of schools to bring a natural environment to urban areas and supplement school meal plans with food grown on campus. Urban school gardens provided a valuable learning environment that was unusual in large cities. Rural schools...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 79 Future Research In conducting future research, it is recommended that teachers from several different communities and many different elementary schools be interviewed. While the influence of emotions in this study was...
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    • 3 controlled stratified national sample of thirty suburban school districts. Quantitative and qualitative data was gathered from suburban, public school administrators. This research did not seek data from rural, urban, or private schools. This...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 94 forgotten or ignored. Nevertheless, because receptionists observe so much of doctors’ work, as well as the attitudes and emotions associated with those work efforts, receptionists have an interesting angle when it comes to...
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    • 6 in the area of ESL. She has taught in the Iron County School District in the state of Utah for six years. Two of the years taught were in fourth grade and the remaining four have been in first grade. Definition of Terms The following are...
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    • 49 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING administrators perception of heterogeneous education. Exceptional Children, 63(1), 29-­‐45 Wikipedia, (2010, July 4). Inclusion Education. Retrieved from http://en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Inclusion_(education).
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    • 10 fueled considerable anxiety around school board members and administrators, many of who had farm or small town backgrounds. Enthusiastic supporters were drawn to the promise of school gardens not only as a way to better implement nature study...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Professional development is an element of education with which teachers, counselors, and administrators become readily familiar and something of which they rarely encounter a scarcity. First year teachers not only enter their...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 101 complete self-image has potential to crumble from the outside in as they come to understand the truth. Ergo, how receptionists believe patients feel fits into some degree of either being right or being wrong, but the full...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 104 healthcare: benefits for receptionists, benefits for patients, and benefits for doctors. The benefits discussed hereafter are broad reaching and general, however it does give universal appeal to the course of study that...
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    • 10 2. activities that are impersonal and unrelated to the day-to-day problems of the participants; 3. professional development that has a district-wide focus and does not meet the needs of the individual schools and teachers (Smith & Kritsonis,...
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    • 21 This process of data-based decision making will allow teachers to more effectively determine the appropriate method of instruction or intervention on an individualized and/or classroom basis. Parent Involvement The National PTA found support for...
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    • 12 requires more than a standardized form” (2002, p. 47). Guskey promoted portfolio development or hands-on role playing to implement learned practices. Teachers’ level of learning undoubtedly supersedes the elements of Level 1, in that despite...
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    • 23 Research confirms that the most critical relationship regarding student achievement remains the connection between teacher and parent. Maintaining open communications between the teacher, the student, and the parent is crucial. Successful...
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    • 25 Chapter 3 Methodology Purpose The purpose of this thesis project was to improve the effectiveness of a school-specific discipline program, the Pro-Active Skill Building Program. The researcher intended to develop a more structured system for...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 110 understanding of TLIM program over time. The likely cause for this was the passage of time during which more formal and informal training on TLIM program has taken place school-wide. Question 3. Two adults...

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