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    • THE WEB 13 connect after conducting regular live video chats with their instructor, and the wide availability of video chat services makes this an easy way to help students succeed. Since online learners do not attend scheduled classes, online...
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    • 19 cognates is beneficial. All of these activities produce strong effects in mastery of targeted words, and smaller, but significant gains in comprehension of the selected text (Goldenberg, 2008). Other research supports the findings that...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 41 Methods and Procedures: This study took place in a rural K-6 elementary school in southern Utah. The participants of the study consisted of all 15 general education teachers employed at the school,...
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    • 6 college, and the sum equals less effective learning and chaos while to teaching the requirements for the future core curriculum. Student learning must surely be affected by such instability. If teachers did not have previous grammar instruction,...
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    • 19 5. Collegiality and professionalism. (Korkmaz, 2007, p. 390). Furthermore, an effective school must be open to the ideas and feelings of teachers and students. Schools need to have in place an effective way of communicating with all employees,...
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    • 20 is the firm belief that parental engagement makes a significant difference to educational outcomes and that parents have a key role to play in raising educational standards. In summary, the more engaged parents are in the education of their...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 8 actualization and interpersonal effectiveness necessary for successfully managing both self and others, which is “central to the quality of family life, educational achievement, career success, psychological...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 30 symbols, images, and language that is familiar to the audience member so that they become engaged in a narrative that is familiar yet different. They feel that participation is of their free agency and not forced upon them. Change...
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    • 8 James, 1998). The high school senior has become accustomed to the conveniences of having instant access to information and communication by means of the Internet and cell phones. Social media provides a communication platform to connect with this...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 2 (Filley, 1975; Hocker & Wilmot, 1991; Sillars, 1908a, 1980b; Witteman,1988). All of these settings involve unique perspectives and challenges. While conflict situations vary, one common denominator is the need to find...
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    • 9 businesses, and with efforts directly tied to strategic business objectives” (Barry, Markey, Almquist, & Brahm, 2011, p. 3). Survey’s done by Bain and Company show that customers engaged with a company through social media will spend forty...
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    • a r e furious to find a s t r a n g e r in their room, b u t a f t e r a trumped-up explanation from Mrs. Bouncer begin to build a somewhat amicable relationship when they find in becoming acquainted t h a t they a r e engaged to the same woman....
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    • 28 considered valid and accurate, the researcher needed the honest input of parents regarding their students and the homework process inside their home. The study participants involved in this project were sixth grade students assigned to the...
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    • 17 Motivating Reluctant Readers Finding the “magic potion” to motivate engagement in a young reader is important. “Learning requires active student engagement in classroom activities and interaction—engaged students are motivated for literacy...
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    • 18 measured as the ability to understand narrative and expository text, shown in a national sample of students (Campbell, Voelkl, & Donahue, 1997). At all three ages studied (9,13, and 17 years), the more highly engaged readers showed higher...
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    • Commitment 14 1969). This aids individuals in building their personal meaning of commitment. As Blumer (1969) explained, Symbolic interactionism rests in the last analysis on three simple premises. The first premise is that human beings act toward...
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    • 24 Book Clubs An effective activity geared at motivating aliterate and apathetical readers is participation in a learning club, specifically book clubs (sometimes referred to as literature circles). Guthrie and Anderson suggest, “In our (reading)...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 17 Additionally, a limitation is found in the under-developed emotional vocabularies (Bodtker & Jameson, 2001). Just as general communication is more typically conveyed nonverbally, so it is with emotions. Emotions have also...

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