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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 77 Keeping in mind what receptionists do as well as how those tasks are fulfilled, ideally there’s some degree of overall respect in a professional setting between medical providers and receptionists. Alli shared of doctors, “I...
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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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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 86 becomes noteworthy in a variety of ways. Clearly those filling the nameless and faceless receptionist position recognize themselves as more than just a “nobody.” Specific job responsibilities have been discussed in previous...
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    • 2 the “greening” of schools to bring a natural environment to urban areas and supplement school meal plans with food grown on campus. Urban school gardens provided a valuable learning environment that was unusual in large cities. Rural schools...
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    • 5 Chapter 2 Review of Literature Introduction The purpose of this literature review was to examine the history, review the types, discuss the benefits, and analyze the barriers to school gardens. Many important considerations were summarized from...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 46 Jones, personal communication, November 6, 2013). "Radio is that voice that's going to tell me that everything is going to be OK" (P. Ihander, personal communication, November 5, 2013). The human component...
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    • 10 2. activities that are impersonal and unrelated to the day-to-day problems of the participants; 3. professional development that has a district-wide focus and does not meet the needs of the individual schools and teachers (Smith & Kritsonis,...
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    • 16 technical electives and open university electives [Wes07]. Additionally, they suggested that each of the technical subjects must be accompanied 1 hour lab hours. The purpose of this lab course is to maintain hands-on experience among students...
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    • Fishback Intern 14 According to Bass, laissez-fair leadership style implies avoidance or absence of leadership. The leader leaves responsibility for the work to followers and avoids setting goals and clarifying expectations, organizing priorities,...
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    • 33 materials for the garden including funding and space; (b) lack of time for staff, students, and faculty to properly implement school garden learning; and (c) lack of knowledge and curriculum. Overcoming these barriers has expanded the reach and...
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    • 33 Data Results – Participant Survey In addition to tracking the number of students placed in the seclusion/skills classroom, the researcher also conducted a survey in order to gain feedback from the participants, teachers in this study (See...
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    • Fishback Intern 20 starts. Besides, if you wouldn‘t follow yourself, why should anyone else‖ (2005)? Leaders are impressed by people who manage themselves, maximize opportunities, and leverage personal strengths. Self-management requires managing...
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    • P a g e | 29 standards of the individual for the sake of all humans is necessary. Thus, basic and general human interaction of reciprocity through functioning and significant words, signs, and symbols familiar to most cultures are evident in...
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    • Hard workers will always stand apart from disappointing ones, and I hope to never disappoint. Conclusion Working at Dixie State University during a rare transition in its history was such a unique learning opportunity for me. I never understood how m...
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    • 52 Appendix F Participant Survey Efficacy of a School-Wide Discipline Program to Promote Successful Classroom Behavior 1. Which component of the behavior packet (red folder) did you find most helpful? o the interventions reference guide o the...
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    • !23 Method As stated above, I utilized Communication Accommodation Theory for the research component of my Master’s project. Initially, I had proposed that my main source of interactions be students from Hunan Normal University; however, once...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 36 awareness of news. The Pew Research released an article titled, “The Explosion in Mobile Audiences and a Close Look at What it Means for News.” It explains that “News remains an important part of what people do on their mobile...
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    • 48 CHAPTER 5 SUMMARY As discussed in the previous chapters, from this research, we managed to come up with a pattern on how digital forensics education should be established. The five components consist of general, basic foundation, forensics...

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