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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 204 Mark Crump November 14, 2013 General Manager Cherry Creek Radio St. George, Utah 1. What is radio's future? Recently with a lot of competition coming into the radio world, radio has been able to survive...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 7 the system needs to be made clear. However, White, Riley, and Smith (2008) interestingly commented that “receptionists are the least likely of all primary care workers to receive education or skills training” (p. 174)....
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    • THE WEB 16 containing competencies from many collaborators across the field of web design. The framework is based on six developmental areas (WaSP InterACT, 2012): Foundations, Front-end Development, Design, User Science, Server-side Development...
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    • 22 It has been observed that the most effective teachers are those who recognize that they have much more to learn and thus seek opportunities for continuing professional development (Parris & Block, 2008). The world of education is constantly...
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    • 32 Chapter 4 Results The purpose of this study was to determine what types of homework teachers in elementary and middle schools in southern Utah were assigning and to what extent they assigned quality homework determined by research based...
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    • 33 If added all together, the numbers total more than the assignments that were reviewed. This is because an assignment could fit into more than one category. An example of this is an assignment to watch a presidential candidate debate. This could...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 34 knowledge leads to better acceleration sprint performance. However, uncontrollable circumstances made this study design unattainable. Another point to consider is that the study participant who scored the...
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    • 42 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations Figure 3.13 Not all image types will display in a web browser’s window. We limit the image types that will work to ones that utilize image com-pression. This enables us to make the files as small as possible...
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    • 38 perhaps due to the fact that the similar scores are from the same school where teachers are likely to collaborate. The researcher observed that duplicate assignments occurred within the same grades in the same schools. Only one 2nd grade teacher...
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    • 12 managerial and lower level employee input (Shockley-Zalabak, 2006). Snow College is fortunate to have leadership willing to see the importance of having the input of the employees. With the growing popularity of social media, Snow College...
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    • 17 Motivating Reluctant Readers Finding the “magic potion” to motivate engagement in a young reader is important. “Learning requires active student engagement in classroom activities and interaction—engaged students are motivated for literacy...
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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 influence...
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    • 15 own education and professional training. More and more states are adopting professional exams to illustrate a teacher’s content knowledge and professional ability; in many states, employment hinges on passing such tests. Pamela Esprivalo Harrell...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 23 When therapists taught students the why behind how their behavior affected others, rather than simply responding to an extrinsic motivator, the behavior generalized to social situations across the day, rather than...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 43 indicated that there was no difference except that FTF groups thought they could determine emotional states better might be skewed due to the time limit imposed on the groups. The sample size of 30...
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    • 17 strategies and altering attitudes, assessment can and should be a crucial part of all educational endeavors (Brimijoin, 2005). The public tends to look at assessment as a student issue; we need to understand the broad spectrum of people and...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 11 evaluation of the work was a valuable tool for learning about what I did well and what areas can be improved. One reason Kudzu principles work for a presentation regarding a topic as broad as leadership is the uniqueness of the...
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    • 30 motivation to read and have been shown to improve students’ reading levels and performance on tests. Book clubs can provide new exposures to reading opportunities that many students have not been exposed to in the past. Diversity is welcomed and...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 36 assistant, see the doctor with a bad attitude. So I think we should greet them happy. You know? Just ask them for their information and just treat them with respect so that way they’ll be happy when they go to the doctors....
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    • KUDZU Leadership 19 In a study of the Vroom-Yetton-Jago leadership model, researchers found that the primary reason for the model was “in response to the need to balance the beliefs and characteristics of two distinct approaches to leadership:...

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