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    • "OLD MAIN" Branch Normal School Dedicated: Oct. 28, 1898 Location: 350 West and 'Normal Street1 [College Avenue) Property donated to Branch of the State Normal on the 28th day of September, 1898, from the Cedar City Municipal Corporation, John V...
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    • 11 C3.2x Enthalpy Chemical reactions involve breaking bonds in reactants (endothermic) and forming new bonds in the products (exothermic). The enthalpy change for a chemical reaction will depend on the relative strengths of the bonds in the...
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    • 12 Chemical interactions either release energy to the environment (exothermic) or absorb energy from the environment (endothermic). C3.4A Use the terms endothermic and exothermic correctly to describe chemical reactions in the laboratory. C3.4B...
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    • 12 regularly features service learning, students’ participation in service learning is noted on transcripts, outstanding students receive service-learning scholarships, awards and commencement regalia and faculty are eligible for grants or...
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    • 18 are many issues associated with traditional classroom discussions, including how to handle low-responding students (Connolly, 2002; Foster, et al., 2009; Young, 2007), how to arrange and measure student participation (Coke, 2008; Foster, et al.,...
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    • 19 5. Collegiality and professionalism. (Korkmaz, 2007, p. 390). Furthermore, an effective school must be open to the ideas and feelings of teachers and students. Schools need to have in place an effective way of communicating with all employees,...
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    • 19 solutions need more work (Lester, 1994). Many teachers want to assure that students do not make mistakes while solving problems. Making mistakes allows teachers opportunities to teach a lesson as students find that their solutions or methods did...
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    • 1didn't harbor such hopes. 1felt it would be a long time before unhappy Mexico would be settled back to normal. My heart was touched at the piight of those men and women who had given the best of their lives for the development of their adopted...
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    • 26 Conclusions and Future Research Much remains to be learned about educating Hispanic ELLs, who are rapidly becoming the largest student minority population in the United States (U.S. Census Bureau, 2006). There is a great need for research on how...
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    • 26 students’ short attention spans” (Furner, et. al., 2005, p. 16). If educators understand how students learn and take advantage of the knowledge gained it encourages the pupils to be better students. So what is a better student? A better...
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    • 28 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design personal information and other applicable regu-lations. The content must be attractive and dy-namic to gain and hold their attention. Language and images used must be age appropriate, etc. With your data...
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    • 28 Educators have a huge effect on student motivation. Enthusiasm can help undo years and years of self-perceived failure. Demos and Foshay have reflected on the importance of the teacher’s role in modeling reading enthusiasm. Since disengagement...
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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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    • 3 For this researcher, interest in geology has led to a deep interest in all of the major areas of science: geology, chemistry, physics, and biology. During the past five years, the researcher has been teaching science courses that involve all of...
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    • 3 • What effects do positive reading experiences have on unmotivated and apathetical readers who are currently scoring at or near benchmark levels on reading assessments? • Can participating in positive reading interventions and learning...
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    • 30 This shows that the students are most motivated by factors that influence the community and then self-serving factors. It is interesting to note that the male participants were most interested in gaining leadership skills while the female...
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    • 33 Table 2 Percentage of Student Engagement After Physical Education Color group Number of minutes into the lesson Blue Red Green Yellow 5 minutes 100% 96.5% 96.5% 96.5% 10 minutes 92% 93% 96.5% 100% 15 minutes 96% 96.5% 100% 100% 20 minutes 92% 93%...
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    • 35 placement did not involve much teacher input. Teachers were told when students would receive interventions. Table 1 Respondent Answers Related to Teacher Input Question Number 3 Similar Responses 2 Similar Responses Divergent Responses 1 √ 2...
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    • 38 Chapter 6 Implications The following specific recommendations were identified from the current study. The term educator in this chapter is used very loosely to include faculty, student life personnel and service center staff. Educators should...
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    • 4 Another purpose of this study was to better involve parents in the decision-making concerning discipline measures taken when assisting target students. Research has shown, “students whose parents are involved in their education often show...

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