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    • 15 presented are phonemic awareness, phonics instruction, guided oral reading, comprehension strategies, fluency, vocabulary development, computer technology, and teacher training (National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, 2000). All...
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    • 16 Health & Human Development, 2000). In addition, ELLs who are literate in their first language must be explicitly taught the similarities and differences in the alphabets, letter sounds, and phonemes that are found in their native language and...
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    • !21 RQ2-When considering CAT, will Chinese students’ overall communication style coincide with traditional communist beliefs, thus resulting in divergence, OR will Chinese interest in a new future for their country lead them to convergence with...
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    • 3 The purpose of this study was to discover what elements of current professional development offerings are effective and determine those that fail to promote student achievement. Additionally, this study sought which types of professional...
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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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    • 38 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING The training evaluation was given to each teacher at the conclusion of the training. The evaluation showed that 100% of the teachers agreed that their knowledge of inclusion increased as they attended the training....
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    • 39 Hill, N. E., & Taylor, L. C. (2004). Parental School Involvement and Children's Academic Achievement. Current Directions in Psychological Science (Wiley Blackwell), 13(4), 161-164. doi:10.1111/j.0963-7214.2004.00298.x Ho, H., Senturk D., Lam...
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    • 40 measure she had used in the past and continues to use. She recognized the importance of multiple assessments. All teachers agreed data collected helped inform decisions and tailor instruction to students Table 3 Respondent Answers Related to...
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    • 48 Chapter 6 Reflection This project has been very rewarding. I have been able to seriously evaluate my approach to teaching chemistry and focus my efforts on preparing my students for higher level chemistry. I was not aware of how much I was...
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    • 52 Kear, D., Coffman, G. A., McKenna, M. C., & Ambrosio, A. L. (2000). Measuring attitude toward writing: A new tool for teachers. The Reading Teacher, September 54(1). Keigher, A. (2009). Characteristics of public, private, and bureau of Indian...
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    • 52 voiced and suggestions could be made to tailor the classroom instruction to the needs of individual students. Collaboration encouraged services between general and special education to be integrated. The open professional communication improved...
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    • 55 determine if a child struggles reading fluently, but cannot define “specific skill deficits that are contributing to poor reading fluency or how to guide intervention” (Ysseldyke et al., 2010, p. 56- 57). Therefore, it is paramount for...
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    • 55 This may explain why School 11, from a district-wide perspective, was an outlier on in every category. Every time the indicators suggested they should have success, their scores came in low. Their high submission rate didn’t seem to make a...
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    • 56 For district or school administrators this study should be regarded as a caution that the program is not a silver bullet. Adoption of an AES program will not cure whatever low writing scores a school may have. In fact, for the program to be...
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    • 66 Appendix A Interview Questions First Interview Questions 1. Describe the Response to Intervention model adopted by your school and the steps involved in implementation. 2. Describe your role in bringing this model to your school. 3. To what...
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Math can pose problems for students, teachers, and parents alike. This project examines peer-revised research to determine common characteristics of successful and not so successful math students, teachers, and home...
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    • 84 Appendix C Interview Guide INVESTIGATION INTO EXISTING BARRIERS TO SCHOOL GARDENS IN PUBLIC SUBURBAN SCHOOLS By Janelle Polet Perry Interview Guide School District: ____________________ Suburb of:______________ Coded: _______ Name of...
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    • \ViII be the last high school class to graduate from B. A. C quite a cute Lunch of greenling kids . . . . sweet and untarnished . . . . managed to have annual class party . . . . interested in such things as stock judging, athletics, dramatics,...
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    • Acknowledgements I would like to thank my sweet husband Matt for being the most incredibly encouraging and supportive man I know. I am so fortunate to have you in my life. I still remember the night I told you that I wanted to get my Masters degree...

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