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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 14 policies, selecting programs and incentives as well as establishing regulations to find long-term water savings. Research was pulled from various studies, specifically looking for studies...
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    • 72 Appendix B Post-Survey Please answer the following questions on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest. 1. How confident are you in your reading skills and comprehension? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2. Before taking the test, how serious were...
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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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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 18 percent earned less than $25,000. There was 8 percent declining to indicate their annual income (n = 410). Most responses were from homeowners with 89 percent indicating they owned their home....
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 19 disagree, neutral, agree, strongly agree-5). The overall scale mean of the behavioral intentions dependent variable was 4.1 (SD = .70). Collective efficacy. Participants were surveyed what their...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 20 behaviors if I really wanted to”, “I think about water conservation often”, and “I am knowledgeable about water conservation”. The overall scale mean of the self-efficacy independent variable was...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 21 findings discovered from the focus group are the following. This process resulted in seven people participating. The focus group met for approximately one and a half hours. The participants signed...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 22 Results The following findings are the results of the two studies. Study One The first four hypotheses seek to find correlations between each independent variable (i.e., attitude, social norm,...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 24 behavioral intention of water conserving behavior. The overall regression model was significant, F (4, 433) = 39.22, p < .001, R2 = .27 (see Table 2). In the multiple regression analysis,...
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    • 2 6 Chapter 3 - Methodology The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of the use of Words Their Way as a spelling program with Zaner-Bloser’s spelling basal Spelling Connections, in order to identify which method of teaching spelling is...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 60 Results: Feelings Toward Settlement/Resolution The final section of the survey again addresses client satisfaction, but as it relates to their settlement and the resolution of the case. The purpose of this is twofold....
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    • ECCENTRIC TRAINING ON JUMP PERFORMANCE 2 Abstract The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of eccentric-only squat training on jump performance and lower body strength. Thirty participants, aged 21.3 ± 3.5 years, completed...
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    • to for a generation. On the 4th of J a n u q President Cleveland signed the proclamation, admitting the people to statehood. The Enabling Act had been signed on the 7th of July 1894. Thus a period of a year and a haif had elapsed, during which the...
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    • 3 3 Using the Spelling Connections program was very effective during the first six weeks. As expected the tier 1 students started above the rest and increased during the study. The tier 2 and tier 3 students made a great deal of progress in a short...
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    • 26 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design The following checklist can help you to evalu-ate the quality and effectiveness of your own (or any) web site. 1. Is there a notable consistency in the site? In other words do all the pages appear to be...
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    • 18 material, oral and silent reading, monitoring, and wide and repeated reading (Reutzel & Cooter, 2007). Fluency is often measured by the number of words read per minute. There are many assessments to measure fluency, but one of the best known is...
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    • THE WEB 17 working knowledge of web technology and be familiar with production tools and techniques. The course will be administrated through an online teaching tool such as the “Blackboard” system typically found in institutions of higher...
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    • 8 school accountability was targeted. Since that time, national policies have relied on testing as the primary method for districts and states to reform teaching. The National Achievement Gap Students with limited English proficiency, ethnic...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 211 correct on that and I think there is a movement afoot for putting that connection back. Radio has reacted in times past. We were dead on arrival with television, that did not happen, we were dead with...
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    • 27 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this thesis project was to determine if sending home kindergarten reading homework through the SETHL would improve Hispanic kindergarten student scores on the DIBELS and MAP assessments and improve Hispanic...

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