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    • 46 Appendix A Consent Form Sept. 26, 2012 Dear Parents, Your child is being invited to take part in a research study about using teaching strategies that involve movement, known as kinesthetic strategies, to teach geometry. Our class of...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 16 that their sacrifice is met along with the community’s deficiency and together the goal can be achieved (Corral-Verdugo & Frias-Armenta, 2006). Therefore it is anticipated: H3: Self-efficacy about...
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    • 53 amount of data collected in this school and their focus on collaboration, the researcher was concerned time taken to collect and analyze data and focused interaction with collaborating educators was not developed to its fullest potential. Even...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 85 basically, running their own business. It is clear that financial issues can play a role in doctor/patient communication, especially when those issues involve a small, physician managed clinic. The pirates life...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 47 Appendix C Informed Consent CONSENT TO PARTICIPATE IN A RESEARCH STUDY TITLE OF STUDY: Relationship between core stability and agility Study to be conducted at: Southern Utah University Principal Investigator Caitlin...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 8 Ní Ríordáin and O’Donoghue (2009) stated that in math assessments, ELs, especially those who have a lower English proficiency, are facing challenges with reading the test questions, particularly when these...
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    • 59 Appendix A CONSENT TO PARTICIPATE IN A RESEARCH STUDY TITLE OF STUDY: Socratic Seminars – From the Classroom to the Chat Room: Impacting Quantity and Quality of Student Participation Study to be conducted at: Southern Utah University Wasatch...
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    • 98 The final learning style surveyed, intrapersonal, showed fewer males with a preference of working alone. The educator, during her years of teaching, has observed that boys chose to work alone rather than with other students. After the...
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    • ECCENTRIC TRAINING ON JUMP PERFORMANCE 9 position. It is a multi-joint exercise used primarily to strengthen the quadriceps, gluteus maximus, and hamstrings (Mariti & Valentini, 2011). Concentric contraction. Concentric contractions involve the...
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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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    • July 20, 1978.. .Resolution: Tribute to Yorke Nelson, City Recorder, who passed away July 13. Debra L. Norton, acting Recorder. Aug. 31, 1978.. .Mayor appointed Jacqueline A . Bulloch a s City Recorder. Appointed a new City Manager--John F ....
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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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    • building) But, this was not all. When the teacher's payroll was submitted to the state for payment the latter part of December, the Attorney General ruled that the conditions had not been complied with and the Ward Hall did not meet the...
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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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    • 9 Prater and Turner (2002) have suggested that the predicament of a being reluctant reader is admittedly hard to pin down. The reasons for students’ reluctance to read widely differ. Sometimes reluctance can be rooted in reading difficulties, but...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 13 for mentoring is by asking teachers for suggestions (Weinberger, 2003). Students with poor grades, attendance, behavior, or social skills may be chosen. The process of matching mentors to students...
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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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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS High functioning autism (HFA)- Often referred to as asperger syndrome. Debate continues as to whether or not they are the same; individuals with HFA and AS have average or above average intelligence but may struggle...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 2 (Filley, 1975; Hocker & Wilmot, 1991; Sillars, 1908a, 1980b; Witteman,1988). All of these settings involve unique perspectives and challenges. While conflict situations vary, one common denominator is the need to find...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 15 Mentoring sessions should be open to a variety of different discussions. It is important that the mentor understand that the relationship between the mentor and student should involve tutoring and...

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