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    • HIGH SCHOOL 'T^HE mere mentioning of the term "High School" brings trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences. Some of my memories send thrills of pleasure coursing through my body; some send chills of displeasure. The pleasurable sensations far...
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    • 5 reading, writing, and listening as outlined in the Utah Core Curriculum. These tests are an integral component of U-PASS (Utah Performance Assessment System for Students) and the federal No Child Left Behind legislation. Digital literacies:...
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    • 8 attained the mastery criterion early in the sequence of tasks. (Burns & VanDerHeyden, 2009, p. 85-86). Most educators and schools are aware of the active process of early intervention and practice it daily. Iron Springs Elementary in Cedar City,...
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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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    • Employee Giving 13 employment at SUU. There would be no building to dedicate, no new program to launch and in most cases, no way of attributing a donation to a specific student. So participation – each employee donating something – became the...
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    • Employee Giving 16 gave a benefit to each employee in exchange for his/her consideration of a donation (Appendix B). Publicity was also a component of the campaign, particularly as teams reached 100% participation. Congratulatory emails were sent...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction The primary goal in education is to move students forward in their learning. As teachers and schools gain knowledge from research about best practices in their areas, the configurations of what good teaching looks like...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 15 with HFA. The three areas were emotion recognition, theory of mind, and real life problem solving. One of the unique aspects of this study was that parents attended a concurrent training aimed at improving their...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS social thinking interventions as opposed to social skills interventions. Social thinking interventions promoted the teaching of the “why” behind behaviors without targeting and rewarding individual isolated social...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 25 and (5) comprehensive interventions. Modifications in the physical and social environment that encouraged interactions between children with ASD and their peers were considered environmental modifications....
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 45 called "expected" responses, they become more accepted by peers and their self-esteem rises. As self-esteem rises, an increase in classroom participation follows as does co-play with peers at break times. A rise in...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 47 The Think Social! curriculum was the most natural and easiest to facilitate. This cognitive behavior therapy based curriculum turns abstract ideas, such as why making eye contact is important, into concrete...
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    • THE WEB 213 Graphics and Multimedia 153 􀁓􅌀􀁍􄴀􀁁􄄀􀁌􄰀􀁌􄰀􀁅􄔀􀁒􅈀 􀁕􅔀􀁓􅌀􀁉􄤀􀁎􄸀􀁇􄜀 􀀰􃀀􀀮􂸀􀀧􂜀􀀍􀴀􀀘􁠀 􀁒􅈀􀁁􄄀􀁔􅐀􀁈􄠀􀁅􄔀􀁒􅈀...
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    • THE WEB 216 156 as well as their different states. In doing so, the page is only required to make one HTTP request instead of 25. When using a sprite, the browser downloads the en􀀍􀵴 tire image once, and unique coordinates specify which part...
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    • 15 presented are phonemic awareness, phonics instruction, guided oral reading, comprehension strategies, fluency, vocabulary development, computer technology, and teacher training (National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, 2000). All...
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    • 23 Regardless of reports that homework may or may not increase academic achievement, elementary students are spending increasing amounts of time studying outside the classroom. In a longitudinal study from 1981 to 1997, Hofferth & Sandberg (2001)...
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    • 35 were sent home in both Spanish and English. These data were then compared to the data from the parents whose students received SETHL books only in English. Qualitative methods used the ERAS assessment to measure change in the feelings of the...
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    • 39 The DIBELS scores of Spanish-speaking ESL kindergarten students in this class saw varying rates of success. All students who at mid-year were given the highest designation of At or Above Benchmark, or proficient readers for kindergarten level,...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 13 Chapter II Literature Review For ease in reading the literature review will follow a specific structure of broad to narrow covering several topics. First, literature in small group communication as a whole...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 17 Rothwell (2007) clarified that “Despite the numerous definitions of leadership, there is an evolving consensus on what leadership is and is not” (p. 151). Difficult as group leadership may be to define,...

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