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    • "Realm on the Fair Sex" There's never a dull moment in No Man s L,and. The gals learn the art and efficiency of keeping house, cooking and wall scaling. They have holi-day parties and engagement parties and just parties. Matron Mrs. Linford and the...
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    • ~. ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP His willingness to help those who want to learn, and his ser­vice to our school are much appreciated. ROZI.t\ \ <::KIDMORE "The smile ....les fr0111 a heart that loves its ~~ .. w-men, Will drive the clouds from out the...
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    • 1 5 the struggling speller. The differentiation is also seen in the practice activities, games and assessments. This program has developed a five-day scope and sequence to help students improve their spelling skills everyday. On day one, the...
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    • 1 ENGAGING SECONDARY STUDENTS IN MATHEMATICS WITH PROJECTS CREATED BY IMPLEMENTING HOWARD GARDNER’S MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES Chapter 1 Introduction In the last couple of decades emphasis has been placed on Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences....
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    • 1 Introduction In the religious classroom students interact with each other in a unique way that differs from that of a normal classroom experience. The nature of a religious course fosters an environment in which students have many opportunities...
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    • 10 (2002) suggest that students must view reading as a pleasurable activity because “children who dislike something may avoid it or give only partial attention to learning it, although they have the self-confidence to learn lessons and attempt...
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    • 10 Another important contributing factor to the success or failure of a student is the level of involvement parents provide in the home. Even as children transition through the middle school ages “Parents continue to be an important source of...
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    • 10 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web As previously mentioned, HTML was developed in the early 1990s by Tim Berners-Lee who was an independent contractor at CERN. The original intent of HTML was to provide a means where-by scientific information...
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    • 10 deprived of learning because of their social isolation and lack of interaction, which affected their overall cognitive functioning. As a result, Vygotsky set out to transform education in Russia by creating new pedagogical styles that would...
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    • 106 Chapter 7 HTML Introduction Now that all the preliminary items have been covered, it is time to begin the implemen-tation of a web page using HTML, XHTML and Style Sheets. We will assume that you are publishing your web content using the SUU...
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    • 106 Learning in detail about the different learning styles created by Howard Gardner increased my desire to implement the strategies that have been proven to help students learn to the best of their abilities. Even though at times I feel frustrated...
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    • 109 Gardner, H. (1991). The Unschooled mind. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Gardner, H. (1993). Multiple intelligences the theory in practice. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Honigsfeld, A., & Dunn R. (2009, May/June). Learning-Style responsive approaches...
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    • 11 engaging if they include names of students in the class. Students often benefit from creating problems for each other (Wadlington and Wadlington, 2008). Writing stories and listening to books are not the only ways an individual...
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    • 11 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING least restrictive to meet their individual needs. According to Essex (2008), the least restrictive environment begins with placement in the everyday classroom. However, IDEA recognizes that all children do not fit in...
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    • 11 student attitudes regarding the homework, and lack of time to prepare effective assignments. Students simply do not like homework. The time homework requires, cuts into their extracurricular activities and downtime away from school. A lack of...
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    • 110 Nolen, J. L. (2003). Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom. Education (Chula Vista, Calif.), 124(1), Retrieved from http://www.hwwilson.com/ Overholt, J., Aaberg, N., & Lindsey, J. (1990). Math stories for problem solving success. West Nyack,...
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    • 116 ----------------------- Insert Table 2 Here ----------------------- The descriptive analysis for Section B: Travel Motives is shown in Table 3. The most important travel motives rated by respondents were to: (1) experience a new culture, (2)...
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    • 118 NAME _ Clau Period, _ ASSESSING YOUR LEARNING STYLE Instructrons: For each lItatement below please rellpond with one of the five choices. Write the numberthatbe&t dascribes you in the blank. 1 very lifIIe IlIce me 2 a IItIe liJce me 3 somewhof...
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    • 119 1 very litlle like me 2 a litHe like me 3 somewhat like me 4/ikeme 5 a lot li/(e me 23.__I like to setup little 'what if" experiments (fur example ·What lNOuld happen if I put a grasshopper in a jar with a spider?"). 24. I enjoy dong jigsaw...
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    • 12 say that educators “should understand that linguistic barriers, diverse social practices, and a multiplicity of assumptions, beliefs, and perceptions contribute to difficult discourse” (p. 353). Therefore, linking academic learning...

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