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    • 14 their interest like our weekly magic show, weekend carnival, Harry Potter party, and Kids Night In; a program that provides kids with dinner and a movie in our activity center for the evening. These events give the parents a break from looking...
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    • 2 teach concepts of geometry to two resource math classes and examined the effects of such implementation on students in the cognitive and affective domains. Background, Significance, Purpose Statement, and Study Setting Recently, there has been...
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    • 31 10. Progress may involve new kinds of errors as students try to apply new writing skills. 11. Grammar instruction should be included during various phases of writing. 12. More research is needed on effective ways of teaching grammar to...
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    • 34 SMART Board offer a multi-touch screen which allows more than one point of contact, meaning more than one person can operate the board at a time. The researcher feels that if the same study was conducted on a multi-touch interactive board, the...
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    • 36 growth for Class B could not be determined to be statistically significant. Thus the academic growth for Class A was examined separately. The growth Class A experienced was statistically significant, but the smaller sample makes the results even...
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    • 37 eliminate many lurking variables, providing the validity and reliability that has not yet been present in studies that examine the effects of kinesthetic learning in resource classrooms. Another dimension that would be challenging but valuable...
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    • 38 References Barnes, J. & Jacqua, K. (2011, September). Algebra aerobics. Mathematics Teacher, 105(2), 97-101. Retrieved from...
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    • 64 concept completely. Some students gave up in frustration, but they did not attempt to ask others or the teacher for help with understanding. By the end of the exercise, the students discovered that they had written a story and commented on how...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 12 deployment of audio-visual technology” (p. 9). Visual aids can also help aid in functional dialogue in the classroom setting and encourage “discussions through questions, observations, and inferences about patterns and...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 26 References Altman, I., & Taylor, D., (1973). Social Penetration: The Development of Interpersonal Relationships. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston Balliette, A. (2011). The do’s and don’ts of infographic design....
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 22 The narrative paradigm is used to recognize stories used in everyday life whether it be in a speech, writing, online blogs, or other forms of communication. The idea is that everyone uses stories since everyone understands...

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