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    • 1. There was not adequate funds and financing for such an extensive project. 2. There were many time-consunling law suits involvillg water rights. Moreover, "the general Land Office made an adverse report on the New Castle Reclamation Co. in the...
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    • 102 High School are females? The boys also disagreed with the statement but not as strongly (see Figure 4.31). Depending on the different types of activity the students were working on determined the different learning styles they used. After the...
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    • 17 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this thesis is to examine the relevance of reflection as a comprehensive link between service and cognitive learning in higher education. Participants Participants of this study were 20 Utah Valley University...
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    • 25 topic of reflection to the interviews. The responses were varied. The researcher was happy to find that the service was productive, true to the students’ academic goals and that the majority of the sites or classes for which the participants...
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    • 26 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this research project was to determine individual teacher understanding of the RTI framework in place in their school, allow opportunity for teachers to share their insights of how RTI influences their...
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    • 29 Participants & Settings Those who were impacted by the creation of this project were the students who were enrolled in 8th grade algebra at Parowan High School in Iron County School District during the 2009-2010 school year. The individuals were...
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    • 34 Chapter 5 Discussion The purpose of this study was to discover the involvement of college students in service and explore the enhancement of their learning because of refection, the reason for their choice for service sites, and whether their...
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    • 50 that made produce difficult to grow. S2C was the suburban school district that had the most gardens, yet the smallest population, and also provided the most resources. The garden presence in Suburban group 3 was varied. S3A did not have a...
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    • 52 main barriers to using school gardens?” The results of this question were based on objectively reported barriers from each suburban school district interviewee. The results were evaluated based on the eighteen administrators interviewed who...
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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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    • 53 English classes. Parents with low-literate children spoke only their native Spanish during the home visit interview and never mentioned that they were learning English. All parents interviewed for the home visits were either from Mexico or...
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    • 54 This research examined the barriers to school gardens and how the barriers were overcome. This was measured by question six and seven in the survey. Every insight to how the school gardens succeeded and how barriers were overcome were...
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    • 57 supportive. Forty-two percent described the educator’s attitudes as interested in school gardens. The remaining thirty-three percent was represented with more than one answer. Twelve percent reported educator’s attitudes ranging from...
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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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    • 64 districts that revealed a need for a study focused on suburban school districts specifically. Previous research reported the most common barriers to school gardens were: lack of materials for the garden which included funding and space, lack of...
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    • 66 gardening” (Blair, 2009, p. 33). The results from this study neither supported nor refuted a lack of interest in school gardens by educators in public, suburban schools. When district administrators were asked if they were supportive of using...
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    • 92 6 students used 0 subject areas (27%) 1 student used 3 subject areas (5%) 7 students used 4 subject areas (32%) 5 students used 5 subject areas (23%) 3 students used 6 subject areas (14%) Scale Drawing: Number of Learning Styles Used by Each...
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    • Alumni magazine. This article was a part of the feature’s section, which highlights one student, faculty, and alumni called The Dixie Spotlight. I interviewed Brock Bybee, a faculty member who had undergone extensive brain surgery and recovered in...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 26 Representatives. During his speech, Houston utilized various apologetic strategies including mortification, bolstering and minimization. While Houston was still reprimanded for his actions, his image was...

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