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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 113 were phrased in such a way that outlying responses (as opposed to more frequent occurrences) could be recognized as significant based on how they fit within the aggregate of thematic material. The potential limitation is...
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    • 40 level of effectiveness, quantitative evaluation and follow-up should be part of the planning process” (Brown, Dotson, & Yontz, 2011, p. 60). Another flaw in the planning of the conference may simply lie in the dates in which it is provided. The...
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    • 44 district’s Technology Endorsement; or required conference attendance for schools and/or departments seeking to implement a new pedagogical strategy or element of technology into their curriculums. Despite a call to approximately thirty teachers...
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    • 4 total population number changed from the beginning to end of the project. The project began with 35 students surveyed and ended with 32 students surveyed. Delimitations This study looks at the benefits of presenting students with guest speakers...
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    • 172 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver and add the content that you need for each page. You do not have to use the same template for all the pages but you should strive for some degree of consistency so your web site is easier to navi-gate. Also remember...
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    • No pirates no princesses 1 Chapter 1: Introduction A mother of five children shared her ―October Surprise‖ on the first crisp, fall day. Each of her children wanted her to buy a costume which had been advertised on television. When she calculated...
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    • 49 P8 All the ones I attended were as expected. There were some that were as advertised, but because the program did not fit with computers at my school, I could not implement them. Example: if the program was not accessible on a chromebook (not...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 1 Chapter 1: Introduction Citizens invest trust in their leaders, not only to lead their nations to prosperity and safety, but also to forge trust through their examples as individuals. Yet no man or woman...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 2 these factors could greatly affect the apologetic situation and merit further analysis into their potential effects of the apology. While an in-depth look is warranted at the various factors that...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 102 opinion. Any good station strives to be a voice for the community, through community issues through national issues that we can explain to them how it affects them locally, so any good radio station wants...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 13 of learning the basic science of communication?” (p. 189). With such training, medical students will communicate better with patients, other physicians and hospital administrators (Arnold, 2003, p. 189). Arnold...
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 44 Reviewing the changes each website has over the years may also give insight on the impressions each boutique wants to portray over time. Analyzing the website over many years could ultimately snapshot the growth of small PR...
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    • 6 Chapter 2 Literature Review In order to determine which reading test most accurately measured a student’s reading comprehension level, a few factors needed to be analyzed and reviewed. The first of which was standard definition of comprehension....
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    • 28 Question 7: Finally, what do you think are the most important considerations for people involved in creating and providing service opportunities to think about? What are the most important elements of designing these experiences for you...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 50  Maintain an attitude of skepticism: Babbie (2010) suggests that as a researcher begins to interpret data, the researcher should regard all interpretations as provisional, using new observations to test those...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 23 how to analyze various audiences through the use of polls, surveys and focus groups. I wanted to apply the education I received in that class to my capstone project in a manner that would benefit a law firm that I...
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    • 33 bullied, and they’ve kinda had like suicide thoughts and stuff, and like, it’s just made it more real to me. Female student: They tell you all the percentages and stuff, and you are like, “Wow, that’s a lot of people” . . . but when you add it...
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    • 36 in the classroom is so much more inviting to you to share your opinion than any other class. I hardly ever talk in other classes, but in this class I do. When asked to explain why he feels more comfortable talking in this class, he...
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    • Testimonial videos 13 applies. If personal or in-depth information is desired, a stronger relationship must first be established. Understanding the location and setting of the interview is also important background information. Certain locations...

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