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    • 'Distinguisfiea Service Jlwara Patrickn !Fenton Patrick H. Fenton has a long and successful legal career, and he has been active in many military, civic, academic, and business activities. His legal activity includes being elected to two...
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    • 10 Another important contributing factor to the success or failure of a student is the level of involvement parents provide in the home. Even as children transition through the middle school ages “Parents continue to be an important source of...
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    • 11 achievement gap as it relates to at-risk students that are thriving academically in the AVID program, however, the differentiation or disparities between participants will not be measured. School Interventions Resilience is a developmental...
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    • 11 student attitudes regarding the homework, and lack of time to prepare effective assignments. Students simply do not like homework. The time homework requires, cuts into their extracurricular activities and downtime away from school. A lack of...
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    • 11 were significantly more satisfied with their school of choice when compared to a traditional public school parent, after five years, parental satisfaction in a charter school was only slightly different that parental satisfaction with a...
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    • 12 show varying degrees of resilience, protective factors and interventions, many similar to the ones mentioned by Meichenbaum, will be analyzed to determine their effectiveness. Academic Optimism In 2010, Christine Fallon published a quantitative...
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    • 23 AN EXPERIENCE IN CHINA ● Generate multiple language options for university website. Although students are required to know English prior to studying at the school, having a marketable website is key. Language options can make a student feel...
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    • 26 still doing well academically. This is not to say that these instruments are not accurate measures, but that there are many resiliency factors that are allowing students to thrive, despite the circumstances that might say otherwise. Table 2....
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    • 27 analysis for each category was conducted to determine the level of significance for each protective factor. The responses were gathered through the web-based tool “Survey Monkey”. This allowed researchers to identify and isolate each survey...
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    • 28 Figure 2.5 Resilient group: Highly skilled Figure 2.6 Underachieving: Highly skilled The cross-sectional survey method is used to identify specific resiliency factors that are lacking among the under-achieving group. The entire questionnaire...
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    • 33 students can change their beliefs, their reality will match that belief. This is something that AVID teachers at Jordan High could reinforce that may have potential significance. Protection from risk According to Dreyer (SDSU), protective...
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    • 43 Appendix A WASATCH SCHOOL DISTRICT Policy Orig. Date: March 2012 Statement of … Effective Date: April 2012 Policy and Responsibility Revision Date: July 2013 Approval Date: 10/17/2013 Subject: ATTENDANCE POLICY – WHS The philosophy of WHS is...
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    • 43 Appendix D Student Questionnaire 1. On a scale of 0 to 5, where 0 is not a factor at all, and 5 is a very significant factor; rate the following items on your motivation to do well in school? 0= not a factor at all 1= very little 2= a little 3=...
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    • 44 3. Read each statement carefully. Use the scale below to respond to each statement by giving it a rating of 1-5. 1 = not at all 2 = very little 3= somewhat 4 = a lot 5 = significantly a. My parents/guardian are involved in my education _____ b....
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    • 57 August 18, 2011 Dear Parents, Hello, my name is Mr. Atwood, and your child is in my 6th grade math class. I am currently working on a Master’s degree, and I have chosen to do my thesis project on my current math students. My project is going to...
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    • 59 currently using school gardens and schools who were currently not using school gardens. Unconditional support was primarily among schools currently utilizing school gardens. There was one exception in S9C, a district that used a community garden...
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    • 6 CHAPTER 2 Literature Review There is an expanding body of research regarding the connection between physical activity and students’ ability to perform in school. In this paper, the researcher reviewed previous studies about how school-­‐based physi...
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    • 7 Other common risk factors that could lead to labeling include minority status, economic hardship, physical and/or emotional abuse, neglect, parental conflicts or other forms of family dysfunction (Fallon 2010). This is relevant as students in the...
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    • 70 Significance of Study This study was significant in understanding why school gardens were not more common, given their educational value, and provided ways interested school districts could overcome typical barriers to the development of school...

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