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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 14 The student could feel pressure to judge all artwork in the classroom as high quality, despite his own personal taste or emotional response (Hamblen, 1987). Discipline Based Art Education. Over time, a new type of art...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 15 unresolved conceptual issues continue to plague discussions of art criticism and hinder its implementation in the classroom” (2002, p. 84). He explained that because there are multiple ways to conduct art criticism,...
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    • iii Table of Contents List of Tables ..................................................................................................................................v List of Figures...
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    • Appendix G 6.1.2.2. Requirement - Specialty associate’s degrees require Regents’ approval. These specialty Regent-approved associate’s degrees may be either a specific major or articulate to specific four-year majors. 6.1.3. New Associate of...
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    • MINDSETS AND YOUNG STUDENTS 11 Boaler (2013) notes in her research with mindsets and math that math is the one subject that tends to communicate using fixed mindset messages. This can be very challenging for students since research has shown that...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 9 Group-oriented research focuses on the relationship between group leaders and group members to potentially increase group comfort and success. This relationship can either be negative or positive, harmful or...
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    • 8 Chapter 2 Literature Review When children enter school, they bring an array of experiences and background knowledge to the classroom as they try to understand their new world of learning in the academic world away from home. In terms of literacy,...
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    • 9 community and family settings are valued in the development of literacy among students who are not identified with the dominant culture. Factors such as language, culture, ethnicity, and socio-economic status explain patterns of student...
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    • 7 The main goal of CNSES is to assist high school teachers in understanding how to align their chemistry course instruction with NSES. One of the first points made in the publication is the fact that chemistry is, as stated by former ACS president...
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    • Using the Quick Reference Guide the user can easily see the levels of approval and get the necessary information concerning the change. After the creation of this guide the detailed information in the manual sections became the next step. Many...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 25 has developed a new emphasis on building, nurturing, and maintaining relationships (Bruning, Castle, & Schrepfer, 2004). Ledingham created five developments that helped place public relations study and the practice of relationships...
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    • 27 that curriculum standards are taught and students are prepared for end-of-level tests, such as the CRTs. However, if educators recognize that another priority of teaching should be to learn about the HLEs, home communities, and the cultural...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 7 Bill Clinton (1993 – 2001) Picking up where George H. W. Bush left off, Clinton jumped into education reform soon after becoming President. Goals 2000: The Educate America Act was introduced in 1993 and enacted in...
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    • THE WEB 93 Information Architecture 33 Chapter IV INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE Information architecture is the structural design of information. It is used for a broad spectrum of disciplines, including library systems, database development, and...
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    • 2 Chapter 1 Introduction- Nature of the Problem School gardens have constituted a valuable opportunity to integrate curriculum and provide hands-on learning. The school garden movement planted itself in numerous education philosophies including...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 48 exist about a place” (p. 19-20). Many archaeological, ethno-historical, and ethnological research claims are being questioned by many scholars today: Mainstream archaeological, ethno-historical, and ethnological...
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    • P a g e | 6 INTRODUCTION The central point of human communications in all cultures is found in an ancient African philosophy called Ubuntu. Ubuntu exhibits, throughout this paper, to promote humanism on a national and global scale. According to...
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    • P a g e | 8 sadness as the realization of the horrible, ugliness of this behavior toward others by neighbors and family. One time, a certain beating was possible because bread removed from the kitchen was given to an old, hungry black beggar, and...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 15 Literature Review Most learning type theories have their evolutionary inception in the work of Carl Jung, a preeminent psychiatrist and psychotherapist in the early 1900s. He started a typology of personalities and how our...

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