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    • 14 SOUTHERN BRANCH. Fourth Year. First half. Second half. Educational Psychology 4 Experimental Psychology 2 History of Education 2 Pedagogy 2 2 Special Methods 5 5 Training 4 4 NOTE.-For the year...
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    • THE WEB 71 How the Internet Works 11 Because the screens of most mobile devices are so small, mobile browsers usually require a specially formatted web page in order to be viewed easily. While mobile browsers still have limitations, many web...
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    • 18 material, oral and silent reading, monitoring, and wide and repeated reading (Reutzel & Cooter, 2007). Fluency is often measured by the number of words read per minute. There are many assessments to measure fluency, but one of the best known is...
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    • computers now use, both in terms of cost and speed? What additional features do they offer? Discuss your findings with the class. ! Audio Developments (p.56): Search the Internet for information on MP3 music files and players. How long (in terms of...
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    • Policy # 6.8.2 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY Date Approved: 03/28/03 Policies and Procedures Date Amended: Page 4 of 7 SUBJECT: UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION – PROPOSING NEW CURRICULUM OR CURRICULUM CHANGES Appendix E • course...
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    • Intro to the Internet 7 and Web Page Design being used extensively by the military and de-fense communities. In just over eight years, the “backbone” had grown to over 50,000 networks on seven continents and even outer space. The United States...
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    • 16 the intelligences. Spreadsheets, previously discussed as a preference for the mathematical/logical learner, created on the computer, are common activities used in many math classrooms. An example of an activity using a spreadsheet is “students...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 22 Chapter 3-Results Through the use of statistical analysis three of the six hypothesizes were rejected while H1, H3, H4 were found to be statistically significant. Below are the results of the...
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    • 15 Due to the success of Champlain College degree program, they moved one step ahead by offering a Master degree program [Kes08]. However, this program concentrates on digital forensics investigation management and only had few subjects tht touched...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 81 Jones, S. G. (1995). Understanding community in the information age. Cybersociety: Computer- Mediated Communication and Community, 10(35), 219-40. Lea, M., & Spears, R. (1992). Paralanguage and social perception in...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 83 Walther, J. B., Liang, Y., DeAndrea, D. C., Tong, S., Carr, C. T., Sppottswood, E. L., & Amichai-Hamburger, Y. (2011). The effect of feedback on identity shift in computer-mediated communication. Media Psychology, 14(1),...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 26 Goffman, E. (1959). The presentation of self in everyday life. London: Penguin. Groner, R., Weibel, D., & Wissmath, B.(2010). Motives for creating a private website and personality of personal homepage owners in terms of...
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    • iGRIEVE 31 more appealing than experiences in similar face-to-face relationships. Hyperpersonal draws on the immediacy of social media. People are able to know bits and pieces of each other’s lives through constant surveillance of each post and...

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