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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 20 monitor their gestures, facial expressions, voice or physical appearance) allows them to devote greater cognitive resources to the articulation of their desired message” (p. 49). In other words, when...
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    • 42 Physiology. This is a course in physiology, hygiene, and sanitation, which not only prepares the students to teach the subject in the public schools, but teaches him the right conduct in his physical life and prepares him for intelligent...
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    • 5 She now teaches fifth grade at Eagle Elementary, and has had the privilege of being an instrumental faculty member at a school which has twice been named “Title One School of The Year” as well as a “Blue Ribbon School” of national acclaim. While...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 25 Narrative The previous section has attempted to discuss narratives and uncover their communicative qualities in visual form. This section will first focus on the narrative in its simplest meaning, as a story- a “spoken or written...
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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 23 Summary of Requirements for 'Baccalaureate Degree For students who will graduate with a B. S. degree in elementary educa­tion in the Spring of 1955 the following requirements must be met after satis­fying the requirements for...
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    • apostles saw i t , was not so much the smelting of iron, vital though this was to the pioneer economy, b u t , more importantly, the building of a harmonious and unified community here on the borders of civilization. This was to be done in spite of...
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    • 22 It has been observed that the most effective teachers are those who recognize that they have much more to learn and thus seek opportunities for continuing professional development (Parris & Block, 2008). The world of education is constantly...
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    • 5 Introduction To finish my master’s coursework, I decided to do a project for my capstone because of the hands-on nature that is associated with a project-based capstone. It has been a goal of mine throughout the master’s program to incorporate as...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 28 Hoeg (2009) supports the belief that every person’s narrative began at an innate stage and progressed into the first five years of their life from which they arrived at a conscious awareness of both their self and the external...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 66 acquaintance of the prisoner” (Tyng, 1818, p. 207) was subpoenaed to act as his interpreter. The latter transcript reads similarly to the earlier documents: And now the said Timothy Hill is set to...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 82 Snyder, M., Tanke, E.D., & Berscheid, E. (1977). Social perception and interpersonal behavior: On the self-fulfilling nature of social stereotypes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 35, 656-666. Suler, John...
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    • 7 rewarding, but I feel that I have successfully accomplished the objectives and goals I set out to complete. Social media in the general field of education has been approached with some caution. The use of technology in education is ever growing...
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    • 22 A common interpretation of the link between low parental knowledge and child/adolescent problem behavior is that parents, by actively monitoring the nature of their adolescents’ activities and companions, are better able to intervene, which in...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 1 Chapter One Introduction Interpersonal relationships are a fundamental part of the human experience. Throughout a typical day, it is common for an individual to have numerous interactions with other people. Each interaction...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 30 or at least 12 credits of graded coursework in the summer semester (consisting of any combination of credits earned in Summer A, B, or C). This achievement will appear on the student’s transcript as a permanent...
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    • 23 Parents who have negative experiences in school, and/or a lack of education maintain attitudes and beliefs that are very hard to overcome for the classroom teacher. The way in which parents feel about schools and the emotional connections...
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    • 9 They hate to wait for the group and tend to get bored with the regular curriculum. They resist assignments that do not present opportunities for new learning and dislike drill, practice and routine so much that they will start to do inaccurate...

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