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    • 47 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Pearpoint, J., & Forest, M. (n.d.). Inclusion: it’s about change! Retrieved from http://www.inclusion.com/inclusion.htlm. Pearson, M. (2006). Improving middle level inclusion. The Utah Special Educator, 26(4), 16-­‐1...
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    • 48 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Schwartz, I., Odom, S., & Sandall, S. (n.d). Including young children with special needs. Retrieved from http://www.newhorizons.org/spneeds/inclusion/ information/schwartz3.htm Seehorn, A. (n.d.). Barriers and benefi...
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    • worked so hard riding the Pony Express so that he could save a little money for himself above the needs of the family to afford some good clothes and real shoes. Up until this time he had worn only the clothes sewn by his mother and nioccasins on...
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    • 56 If I were to do this again, there are some things I would change. First, I would have a longer parent training with more “workshop” type activities. I did not do it with this study because I did not want to burden parents with a time-consuming...
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    • 4 Delimitations This study is comprised of action research that deals specifically with the professional development offered at the Southern Utah Education Conference (SUECON) and its possible effect on student achievement. This study did not...
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    • 5 Researcher Qualifications The M.Ed. candidate’s qualifications to complete this action research study are adequately suited to providing quality, relevant professional development that equates to improved student achievement. The candidate’s...
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    • 60 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Co-Teaching Planning Pyramid Week of: Subject: General Educator: Special Educator: Objectives: General Educator Special Educator Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday In class assignments Homework...
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    • 61 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Co-teaching Daily Lessons Plans General Educator Special Educator SOURCE: Vaughn, S., Bos, C.S. & Schumm, J.S. (2007). Teaching students who are exceptional, diverse, and at risk in the general education classroom....
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    • 32 controlled by experienced and certified professors or lecturers. The centers are also capable of hiring adjunct professors who have had experience as a digital forensics investigator. Moreover, few centers are sponsored by federal grant money....
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    • 33 their main digital forensics analysis tool and it is the most widely used tool for both respondents. Besides EnCase, FTK Imager also was ranked as the most widely used tool by digital forensics practitioners with the same percentage as...
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    • 34 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this research was to identify and examine barriers to the use of school gardens for learning in public, suburban school districts. This research examined the following questions: 1) What were the main...
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    • 36 resources provided for school gardens; 6) integration of school gardens with state curriculum standards; 7) funding of school gardens; and 8) attributes that correlated with successful school garden programs. Since the participants in this study...
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    • 38 up telephone calls were made as necessary. As required by the Southern Utah University Department of Graduate Studies in Education, all necessary Institutional Review Board requirements were met throughout the conduct of this research study. The...
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    • 39 Chapter 4 Results The hypothesis examined was that the barriers to school gardens in public, suburban school districts were lack of (a) growing time or climate, (b) educator knowledge, (c) curriculum application, (d) educator initiative, and (e)...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 12 courses is good enough, and if more technologically savvy or responsibly mature students can close the learning gap—enough to make classrooms obsolete. Already some courses are only available online even while attending a...
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    • 32 controlled by experienced and certified professors or lecturers. The centers are also capable of hiring adjunct professors who have had experience as a digital forensics investigator. Moreover, few centers are sponsored by federal grant money....
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    • 32 Participants’ Use of New Knowledge and Skills The success of any professional development endeavor lies principally in implementing learned skills. A conference may be a great experience, creating enthusiasm, inspiring collaboration, and...
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    • 33 their main digital forensics analysis tool and it is the most widely used tool for both respondents. Besides EnCase, FTK Imager also was ranked as the most widely used tool by digital forensics practitioners with the same percentage as...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 29 ADVISER’S GUIDE TO STUDENT NEWSPAPERS This guide is to be used as a reference for advisers running a student newspaper. This book was written as the second part of my Capstone Project. The adviser acts as an instructor,...
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    • 52 main barriers to using school gardens?” The results of this question were based on objectively reported barriers from each suburban school district interviewee. The results were evaluated based on the eighteen administrators interviewed who...

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