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    • 16 way the district is addressing the hunger problem in the district. Food is not the only need students go without. Another need in my school district that I was not aware of until recently is homelessness. Often times, these needs come together....
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    • 19 As educators knowing that nature alone does not determine a student’s ability should give us hope for students who have, in the past, been left behind because of their inherited abilities. Students with disease, poor eye sight, poor hearing,...
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    • 2 Various reading comprehension tests have been developed for the elementary and middle school grade levels, usually up to grade 8. However, “currently few… instruments exist for diagnosing adolescents’ reading ability” (National Institute for...
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    • 27 Question 6: Please talk about what you think were the most positive aspects of your involvement in service. What were the most challenging or negative aspects, if any? As was the case with Question Three, this question wasn’t central to the...
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    • 31 Table 4.1 Good Readers Table 4.2 Reasons for Being a Good Reader Group S Group M Group L Reasons for Being a Good Reader - Read fast and fluently - Read bigger words - No problem - Read a lot - Understand most words - Know where to stop - Read...
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    • 32 Forty-nine respondents chose to answer the question about general comments regarding the dress code and modesty. Out of those 49, 5 students made comments that implied appreciation for the dress code. Comments such as “keep the 4 inch rule in...
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    • 34 and use core standards for reading literature and reading informational text. As the unit progresses formative assessments will be given and analyzed to see if the attempts to break down barriers for the experimental group is showing better...
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    • 34 Chapter 5 Discussion The student dress code policy was implemented to ensure students would have a distraction free learning environment. However, media reports often describe situations where the enforcement of the student dress code has caused...
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    • 35 are sexist by nature. Even though the language of WCSD’s policy for student dress is gender neutral, responses to this survey do indicate that students feel the policy is more likely written for female students than male students (refer to...
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    • 35 been researched that teachers can use to try to break down these barriers. Part of the analysis plan for this question is to read students’ autobiography responses to the new ideas after they have been introduced and tried. I believe their...
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    • 47 experimental group was sixty-five percent proficient, but the control group was only forty-nine percent proficient. While the statistics showed learning was greater when the above listed accommodations were employed, they do not show a great...
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    • 52 Limitations of the Study As with all research, there were limitations to this study. One such limitation was the number of students involved in the study. I only teach two seventh-grade classes, so I was limited to one class as the experimental...
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    • 61 Strongly disagree Neither Strongly agree March May 7. I do not want to continue taking math classes Males Females Both Figure 4.16. Comparison between March and May, “I do not want to continue taking math classes”, Male, Female, Both. The three...
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    • 66 All the workshops - the variety was nice! It was nice to be able to eat when we could work it in to our own schedule and snack whenever we wanted and not be policed about it! Very empowering conference. ?????? Garage Band Demo No Being able to...
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    • 67 I became aware of some amazing (FREE! :) apps and software that I didn't know about, and I've already been able to use them in my classroom to enhance my students' learning. The lunch and snacks were great, and the location was perfect. (Not too...
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    • 70 I leaned so many things that will help me use my technology better. Steve Eves Doceri was so cool, and I can hardly wait to explore and use it more. I liked the gal from PBS and how easy their sight is to use. Of course, UEN opened our eyes as...
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    • 78 The i pad is a great instructional tool for teachers. It can serve very well as your computer remote, your smartboard, your document camera, your camera, and your video camera, and I'm sure other things that I am forgetting. It also has the apps...
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    • 79 Before activity, set up ball holder and bring bucket of balls to front desk. Have participants sit at main activity table and surrounding areas. Shut down Activities Center if needed (no video games, air hockey, etc.; signs for center closures...

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