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    • 1 6 many forms of assessments with their program. There are diagnostic tests, formative and summative tests and measurements to allow for progress monitoring (Gentry, 2012). If mastery is not met, these tests inform the teacher of where re-teaching...
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    • 107 I learned during the research how very important it is to use cross curriculum to encourage interest in mathematics. I have learned that reaching one child is worth all the time, effort and persistence it takes. Being an advocate does make a...
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    • 113 REQUEST FOR IRB EXEMPTION Name: Dr. James W. McCoy and Colleen Okeson Position at SUU: Assistant Professor of Graduate Studies in Education College: Education Telephone # and fax #: Phone: 435-865-8290 Fax: 435-865-8485 Exemption category...
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    • 14 number of glass microscope slides were touched by a donor and held for 3-5 seconds. This was to ensure that a solid print was placed on each slide and therefore a sufficient source for the DNA to be collected. The experiment had two trials, with...
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    • 154 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop Application 1. Collect a number of photographs of your own - such as from a family outing, etc. and make them into a web photo gallery. 2. Use Photoshop to layout a complete web page including navigation...
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    • 16 In another study, IntelliMetric’s accuracy when compared with human scores was debated. When the study, performed in Texas, indicated that the IntelliMetric scores did not correlate with human scores, the researchers developed the hypothesis...
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    • 22 effectiveness of the reading comprehension tests studied. The definition for comprehension that the researcher compiled was making meaning from and interacting with the text by using the processes of word recognition, reading fluency, and...
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    • 23 In order to determine whether the QRI and/or the DRP tests were accurate in what they proposed to measure, the researcher analyzed the participants’ reading trends. Books that the participants were currently reading were analyzed to help...
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    • 24 Asperger Syndrome. There are zero students with physical disabilities that prevented them from participating in physical activity. Five first-­‐grade teachers from Willow Springs Elementary School along with the researcher were also be involved...
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    • 24 related to the effectiveness of the assessments studied, the data gave more insight into the importance of literacy skills in the higher grade levels. The next step in this study was to administer the DRP and QRI assessments. Scores were...
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    • 25 Instrumentation The evaluator used modified version of a pre-­‐existing evaluation form to track student engagement. The original form has been designed and used by school administrators in many Utah school districts for many years review teach...
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    • 27 attendees in schools with made-up names. The students were not surveyed or talked to, only their test scores were examined. Instrumentation Using the AES program MyAccess! provided a solid amount of the research for this thesis. The information...
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    • 27 to an hour or less. To form a baseline of information concerning teachers’ overall understanding of the RTI framework, the researcher began with interview questions created by Terry Ann Paradis (2011) from her dissertation. The questions were...
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    • 29 during the interview. All participants were given a timeframe of the completion of the study and had the opportunity to view the final results of the study. The interviews began in early January 2012, when all Institutional Review Board...
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    • 29 not suggesting the requirement of service as part of graduation, the insights from these questions will be discussed in detail including suggestions for service professionals in Chapter Five. Quantitative Analysis Most of the survey that was...
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    • 3 practice of grouping students by ability, interest, or another similarity and changing instructional approaches according to each academic group’s needs (Hall, Strangman, & Meyer, 2003). This method can be applied in whole-group or individual...
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    • 32 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Evaluation The completed project was evaluated using both formative and summative evaluations. The formative evaluation included a questionnaire and observations. These allowed the researcher to collect data and dete...
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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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    • 34 10. Implement the SETHL program for children and parents to share, and record time spent reading. Monday through Thursday exchange SETHL books. 11. Periodically collect recording logs for later analysis and replace them with consecutive...

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