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    • F2f vs. Technology 45 Students in this study with an immediate professor learned more from the course. A liking for the teacher makes them more receptive to what the teacher is teaching. If the teacher is skilled at presenting the material in an...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 48 Subject seven said of teachers who were not good at immediacy and delivery. He disliked how these professors’ poor delivery and communication skills made him feel like a person beneath their notice or time. It seemed...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 49 allow for free thinking and discussion. The moment I’m thinking of we were talking about death; he encouraged us to evaluate why we are afraid to talk about death. My “aha!” moment came when he connected the psychological fear...
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    • iGRIEVE 60 as a genius, Facebook users told him directly, “You are a genius;” or instead of making a statement of appreciation about Job’s good life, they spoke directly to him by proclaiming, “You changed the way people see the...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 53 From listening to and participating discussions and hearing new applications of the information it broadens the value of it. By making relationships with the professor I care more about what I am learning as well. My other...
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    • 88! professional shows every year. 4- Pull other performing arts teachers in with you (I finally convinced our dance teacher to come this next year)... also, GET AN ADMINISTRATOR TO COME WITH YOU-- they are thrilled with seeing the shows, they get...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 58 “Aha!” Moments Many “aha!” moments were mentioned with f2f students. “Aha!” moments are when real learning takes place and concepts not previously understood fall into place in the learner’s head and he understands it. “Aha!”...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 59 atmosphere of the class, the interaction between the kids the student and the teacher it was very effective and I had that “aha!” moment. (subject five personal interview March 7, 2014) Nine participants specifically talked...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 60 It was my first leadership class in my MBA program with the University of Pheonix and they taught me about the Copper rule of being stakeholders, which is in contrast to the Golden Rule which we’ve been taught as...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 61 when I took that class online, it just clicked and I felt good about it. (personal interview March 6, 2014) One subject who preferred f2f classes did have an online “aha!” moment. It was about a Hmong family that had a...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 70 A learning style for me is more or less just sitting at a computer for a couple hours reading over the material and just trying to absorb it and understand it and then go through the quizzes that are offered, or the study...
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    • ECCENTRIC TRAINING ON JUMP PERFORMANCE 23 ± 10.29%), it increased significantly during the full squat (35.47 ± 1.45%). Therefore, the gluteus maximus increases activity as the squat depth increases. The hamstrings are only moderately active during...
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    • No pirates no princesses 126 E: Sometimes I want to go back in that respect. Well it‘s kind of you know, a coward‘s way out to not have that option. Not that our lives are complicated, but my response to things was just so much simpler. It just...
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    • Commitment 9 our relationships by reconciling our differences. That’s how we become more loving people and truly experience the fruits of marriage. (p. 28) Gottman and Gottman (2006) said that a stable marriage require at least five times as...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 88 Conclusion Clearly, most students prefer f2f classes. The oldest students take online courses because of their unique motivations. Students in the middle and older age groups needed online courses because of scheduling...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 89 F2f courses offer needed socialization for students, often even helping with the learning. Great discussions offer synergistic learning. Online discussions have the advantage of diversity, but definitely bring a sense of space...

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