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    • U.S. Embassy 53 departments, the human rights agencies, non‐government organizations, countless news articles and reports, and a host of other organizations. Whatever numbers you’re able to scrounge up, you shove them together as nicely as you can...
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    • 66 appropriate educator or administrator for testing. Since the QRI can be administered on any level K-12, students who are referred should be tested at least once a year to determine improvement and to provide appropriate adaptations in curriculum...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 6 Chapter 2 Literature Review This review is divided into four sections. The first section addresses the format and philosophy behind the Response to Intervention (RTI) initiative. It explores the need of...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 78 compassion demonstrated a physician’s concern for the person and not just the disease. Empathy and compassion promote healing, understanding and honesty. When a physician shows concern for a patient, that...
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    • 46 I think the reason why there is such a good flow in all of your classes is because of the Socratic Seminars and the online discussions . . . because when you are in an online discussion group, . . . you get to know people from different class...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 7 child, individual needs are to be targeted. In addition to targeting student needs, we must allow students time to learn according to those needs (Buffum et al., 2012). Many professionals in education...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 79 communication basics into their required curriculum. And physicians have demonstrated a desire to learn good interpersonal communication by starting and contributing commentary to web-logs. According to du Pre...
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    • 47 I think it is a huge, huge benefit because Socratic Seminars we have in class are just amazing already, but to continue them online is really cool because you get to say your opinion in more of a personal way than you would be comfortable with...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 26 One such myth comes from Polynesian culture, and is the reason for the name of one of the islands. He was a trickster hero who often helped mankind, but who was also mischievous toward the gods. He is...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 8 to special education. As the students move through the tiers, they receive more specific support (Buffum et al., 2012; Fuchs, Fuchs, & Compton, 2012; Spear-Swerling, & Cheesman, 2011; Linan-Thompson,...
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    • vi Acknowledgments First of all, I would like to dedicate this work to my father, Cornelis Kaptein (deceased in 2009), and my mother, Paula van Gilst-Siliakus, who always encouraged me to study and learn. They both are great examples of continuing...
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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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    • 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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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Context of the Problem English learners (ELs) are students who are learning English as a new language. This can be either as a second language or an additional language. They do so while living in the United States or other...
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    • No pirates no princesses 90 I: OKAY SO, THEN, VALUES IS TAUGHT WITH YOUR RELIGION AND ITS AN OPEN CONVERSATION WITH YOUR RELIGION. WHAT ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY WITH THINGS LIKE CHORES AND OTHER THINGS, HOW DO YOU TEACH RESPONSIBILITY? K: RESPONSIBILTY...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 2 in class. Testing of ELs has made it clear that those students have just as much potential as the students who are being taught in their native language. They have learned the new language well enough to be...
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    • 87 were late with the first project were the first students to hand in their projects. One group did turn their bridge in after the deadline. Pictures of the bridges are included in Appendix D. A slide presentation using the pictures of the...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 12 must have access to Tier 1 instruction regardless of identification. It is understood that when students miss Tier 1 instruction, they fall further behind (Fuchs, Fuchs, & Compton, 2012). It is...

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