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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 27 feel comfortable and in control. Innumerable projects and lesson plans emerge as a result of allowing students to take advantage of this prevalent genre. Divaricating Opinions on the Most Effective Teaching...
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    • 7 Student of the Univ. of Calif. 1904; Student of the Los Angeles Business College, 1907-'08; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch...
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    • 54 quality of their responses. They noted that the teacher’s participation in the discussion gave credibility and value to their opinions and ideas. This relates to Connolly’s (2002) research that teachers cannot remove themselves entirely from an...
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    • • Fill in ALL of the current information about the course. 2. Proposed Changes: Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Contact Hours Course Title Grading: Graded Pass/Fail Current Prerequisites Co-requisites • Fill in the proposed changes to the...
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    • 3. Proposed Catalog Description Addressing the following: • required limit of 40 words • style consistent within department/division/program • prerequisites, co-requisites, concurrent enrollment requirements • frequency of offering • enrollment...
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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH. ing, designing, cutting and making muslin underwear, an unlined shirt waist and an unlined cotton dress. Two hours per week during the second half-year. Household Economics. The work in Household Economics treats of...
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    • THE WEB 13 connect after conducting regular live video chats with their instructor, and the wide availability of video chat services makes this an easy way to help students succeed. Since online learners do not attend scheduled classes, online...
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    • o If no change is being made write “NO CHANGE” to indicate that there is not a change; do not just skip this box. o A sample Catalog Description is shown below. BIOL 3310 Cell and Molecular Biology (3) Study of structure and function of cells and...
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    • Flipping in Communication 5 multiple locations, and are involved in other professional activities making it hard to find the time to flip any or all of their courses. Although upfront the workload may seem overwhelming, once the class is redesigned...
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    • Flipping in Communication 6 classroom has happened mostly within the last 8-10 years, some argue that flipped classrooms have been around for decades. Humanities professors require students to read a novel outside of class without taking time to go...
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    • Flipping in Communication 7 sponsored activities. Soon other students began using the videos for better understanding or to review before tests. They decided to record all of their lectures and have their students watch them at home. The time that...
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    • Flipping in Communication 9 construct new ideas or concepts based upon their current or past knowledge” (Brandon & All, 2010, p 90). There are two branches of cognitive constructivism that are most relevant when discussing active learning. First is...
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    • Flipping in Communication 10 an academic subject” (p 3). Prince (2004) describes active learning to be “introducing activities into the traditional lecture and promoting student engagement” (p 225). In the traditional lecture format students...
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    • Flipping in Communication 16 should not be the focus of teaching; helping students to assimilate that information should. (Berret, 2012) In an information filled world, with the answer to all of your questions at your fingertips, learning can no...
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    • 54 This course is especially valuable to young people preparing for teaching. HISTORY OF EDUCATION. Mr. Barton. This will consist of discussion and topical studies on the different ideas of education, for the...
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    • 54 FARM LECTURES To be Given at the State High Schools by Members of the Extension Staff Agricultural College of Utah 1910-1911 MONDAY MORNING. 1. Lecture on Farm Animals. (a) The live stock industry in Utah. (b) Composition of foods....
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    • 55 Domestic Science III. Personal Hygiene. In this course a study is made of the care of the body in health and the prevention of disease. Some time will be devoted to simple home methods of caring for the sick. Two lectures per week the...
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    • Flipping in Communication 18 Videos Primarily the videos that would replace the in-class lecture needed to be created. After researching several different possible applications to use in video creation, I chose to work with Educreations....
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    • 55 TUESDAY MORNING. 3. Lecture on Farm Animals. (a) Beef cattle. (1) Type-comparison of dairy and bee; type (2) Breeds. (3) Feeding. (4) Management. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 4. Lecture on Soils. (a) Plant food and how plants...

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