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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 7 passive learning, are fundamental to the learning and cognitive processes of students today” (p. 55). Many educators are struggling to find solutions to the shifting needs of students. Research suggests that by...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 67 Not really, I just go with the flow, like—I like to learn no matter what so I just go with it Whatever it is, whatever style it is, whoever brings the style to me. I like trying different things, and if it works, like one...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 71 This teacher listed reading, self-questioning, research, visual, discussion and hands-on learning styles, six differing types. He tested Accommodating (active experimentation and concrete experience) on the Kolb LSI. Subject...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 74 just depends on what the class is. I like discussions and I like things, you know, show me. Do an example-type thing. Especially—well see, it just depends because if it was a math class I want to see you go through it and show...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 28 Fleming, N. (2001). VARK -- A guide to learning styles. VARK -- A Guide to Learning Styles. Retrieved from http://www.vark-learn.com/. Garside, C. & Edwards, K. (1996). Teaching communication theories: An experiential...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 98 Kolb, D. A., Boyatzis, R. E., & Mainemelis, C. (2001). Experiential learning theory: Previous research and new directions. Perspectives on thinking, learning, and cognitive styles, 1, 227-247. Linardopoulos, N. (2012)....
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    • F2f vs. Technology 100 Richmond, V. P., Lane, D. R., & McCroskey, J. C. (2006). Teacher immediacy and the teacher-student relationship. In T. Mottet, V. Richmond & J. McCroskey (Eds.), Handbook of instructional communication: Rhetorical and...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 102 Figure 1 Kolb Experiential Learning Model (http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/styles/kolb.html)
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 11 One factor that motivates college students to get good grades is the support from friends and family who are cheering for them so succeed. Professor Lynch mentioned this in the SDT article. Being motivated by the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 84 receptionists have the opportunity to pay attention to a variety of individuals, circumstances, interactions, processes, organizational procedures, conversations, and so on. Everything a medical receptionist becomes witness...
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    • iii Table of Contents Chapter 1 ............................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction- Nature of the Problem...
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    • 3 controlled stratified national sample of thirty suburban school districts. Quantitative and qualitative data was gathered from suburban, public school administrators. This research did not seek data from rural, urban, or private schools. This...
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    • 5 Chapter 2 Review of Literature Introduction The purpose of this literature review was to examine the history, review the types, discuss the benefits, and analyze the barriers to school gardens. Many important considerations were summarized from...
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    • 16 promoting daily environmental learning” (Blair, 2009, p. 34). A 2000 study conducted in Florida concluded that “students in all types of gardens had high responsibility scores, indicating that all students possessed a sense of responsibility”...
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    • 18 lessons. The goals of school gardens were primarily for academic and social development. Secondary goals were recreational and therapeutic (Blair, 2009). The DeNarco, Relf, & McDaniel study also investigated the academic subjects studied in...
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    • 20 nine percent increase in enthusiasm for studying math (Winters, Ring, and Burriss, 2010, p. 248-H). “Researchers found that enthusiasm for learning, standardized test scores, and GPAs were higher in ninety-two percent of the comparisons-...
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    • 25 experiential learning basis, have been proposed as a method to reinforce nutrition education because youth who plant and harvest their own produce are more likely to eat it” (Beckman, Smith, 2008, p. 12). The 2008 study conducted by Beckman and...

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