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    • 10 The achievement gap can also be examined closely in other subgroups. For example, the study to be conducted will examine at-risk students in the AVID program who are achieving well and have not fallen into the gap. Why does the achievement gap...
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    • 11 Sherman 2008). Much of classroom disruptions are attributed to students struggling to combat ADHD; a great deal of disruptions could be reduced or even eliminated by implementing preventative approaches. A preventative outlook involves the...
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    • 13 or a direct link with academic achievement for students at risk, although it does help students form a connection with school (p. 231). Resilience as a process Linda F. Winfield’s research titled “Developing Resilience in Urban Youth”...
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    • 13 purpose of the intervention was to allow the students to see the many opportunities available to them in the world if they continued their education. Pennsylvania instituted a program called Project S.H.A.R.E. This program had a 22% increase in...
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    • 15 Challenge Gershon (2013) claims that students who are challenged learn to love learning and to develop intellectually. Challenge is an important part of engagement. “Intellectual engagement results from classroom instruction that promotes...
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    • 15 couldn’t handle anything. I was appalled that her mother would let this happen, but it was clear through our discussion that her mother was not in the proper frame of mind to know whether her daughter had food to eat or felt safe in her own...
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    • 20 Disruptive behavior can be understood by analyzing relationships between the behavior and its antecedents. Antecedents are any stimuli in the students’ environment that may have caused the disruptive behavior. Researchers have demonstrated that...
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    • 20 The Student Engagement Scale (Appendix C) is a questionnaire that will be administered to determine behaviors and attitudes associated with school connectedness, a known factor of academic achievement. The Personal Questionnaire (Appendix D)...
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    • 23 Chapter 4 Results Introduction This chapter provides the results of the data collected, aligned with the purpose to examine protective factors and interventions that lead to resiliency and academic achievement. Advancement Via Individual...
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    • 24 Air Science stitutional course, under the terms of his contract. 6. Veterans who have completed active military service in any branch of the Armed Forces re­ceive credit for such service. In­terested veterans should consult Professor of Air...
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    • 25 understanding and confidence that they need to make sense of their children’s work as it arrives at home in the form of homework” (Ginsburg, et al. 2008 p. 21). The lacking personal confidence some parents have concerning math can lead to...
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    • 26 still doing well academically. This is not to say that these instruments are not accurate measures, but that there are many resiliency factors that are allowing students to thrive, despite the circumstances that might say otherwise. Table 2....
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    • 26 students and parents feel. This study also proved that a negative attitude, often spawned from frustration, creates barriers of success that may never be overcome. This thesis project provides a foundation on which the researcher can combat...
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    • 3 Illicit Methamphetamine and impurities Methamphetamine production in home laboratories using ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, the active ingredients in several over-the-counter drugs such as Claritin and Sudafed, lead to FDA restriction through the...
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    • 32 information and spitting it back; you’re thinking for yourself, you’re being your own person. The students also related the discussion of controversial topics—ones in which students can disagree—as being an integral factor for in-class Socratic...
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    • 34 Limitations and future considerations The purpose of this study was to examine the risk factors facing at-risk students in AVID, and then to examine the protective factors to combat risk and increase academic achievement. This purpose was...
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    • 36 growth for Class B could not be determined to be statistically significant. Thus the academic growth for Class A was examined separately. The growth Class A experienced was statistically significant, but the smaller sample makes the results even...
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    • 37 AIR SCIENCE II - SECOND YEAR BASIC 21, 22, 23 Arn SCIENCE. Elements of aerial warfare. Study of targets including definition and types and related intelligence procedures. Study of weapons including conventional high-explosive, atomic,...

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