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    • "To control relic seekers who were attempting to chip off pieces of the stmcture, and to prevent individuals from scratching their names on the walls, the Mormon officials issued special tickets." Henry stopped in Cedar City for about six weeks and...
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    • 106 Learning in detail about the different learning styles created by Howard Gardner increased my desire to implement the strategies that have been proven to help students learn to the best of their abilities. Even though at times I feel frustrated...
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    • 117 activities with most participation (96.9%), followed closely by leisure activities such as walks, skiing, beach-lounging, etc. (91.7%) and visits to museums (91.4%). Also, many respondents participate in festivals or similar events with music...
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    • 12 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect brother's college exoenses. Everett worked in the summer as an electrician for the telephone company; and after he graduated in pharmacy, he continued working to help his dad with expenses for John and Maxine...
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    • 151 Note. *n=972 Table 5 Travel Activities (N=973) Activities Yes No Frequency Percentage Frequency Percentage Visit a museum 889 91.37 84 8.63 Visit to historical buildings or heritage attractions 943 96.92 30 3.08 Shopping 837 86.02 136...
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    • 16 lasting and effective. Time becomes one of the most important factors when evaluating organizational support; allowances and accommodations must be made to provide teachers appropriate time to utilize learned skills to their fullest potential...
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    • 17 achievement is differentiated instruction. This takes place when the curriculum’s pacing, level, and depth are modified to meet the unique demands of students (McCoach, O’Connell, & Levitt, 2006). According to Hall, Strangman, & Meyer...
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    • 18 programs need to be very high quality and aligned with high-quality kindergarten programs (Mead, 2008). Another factor that has been identified as important to pre-kindergarten programs is the teacher belief system (Lar-Cinisomo, Fuligni,...
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    • 19 education specifically (Smith & Kritsonis, 2006, p. 3). Doctors do not attend seminars in order to learn about new Band-Aids; they want to cure patients. Lawyers do not collaborate to determine their best game face; they want to learn skills to...
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    • 19 went to pre-kindergarten programs. In recent years, some politicians held the belief that pre-kindergarten programs would eventually impact scores recorded for the No Child Left Behind Act. This notion brought forth even more funding for...
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    • 21 Chapter 3 Methodology Purpose The purpose of this study is to discover what elements of professional development are failing and why. Additionally, this study revealed which types of professional development many teachers in Washington County...
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    • 21 of their relationships. They attend to this sense of belonging by monitoring friends’ activities frequently, even obsessively” (p. 355). Each small bit of information that teens gather from social media combines to have a significant...
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    • 21 Teachers face many barriers: time, accessibility of the parents, and the ineffective outcome of previous parent teacher encounters. However, there are valid reasons why parents slip in consistent communication with schools, and teachers. The...
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    • 22 Participants and Setting The study population for the project included a convenience sampling of attendees of the 2012 SUECON conference. Additionally, the SUECON committee members participated in recruiting presenters, organizing sessions, and...
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    • 23 The outline of this evaluation befits this study in that it addresses all elements of professional development, ranging from the physical environment to the ultimate goal, student achievement. Qualitative data were collected in two ways....
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    • 28 The survey revealed that out of 205 respondents, 80% planned on attending the 2012 conference, nearly doubling the 41% of respondents who indicated that they had attended the conference the previous year (see Appendix B). This increase was...
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    • 29 development. Measuring and disaggregating Level 1 data—specifically, participants’ immediate reactions to facilities, content, and relevance—is critical in getting attendees through the door and back again. Participants’ Learning Using...
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    • 29 Participants & Settings Those who were impacted by the creation of this project were the students who were enrolled in 8th grade algebra at Parowan High School in Iron County School District during the 2009-2010 school year. The individuals were...
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    • 3 The purpose of this study was to discover what elements of current professional development offerings are effective and determine those that fail to promote student achievement. Additionally, this study sought which types of professional...

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