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    • ·~ ' • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 29 ment at Logan. Animals from this herd are purchased by local stockmen to build up the quality of private herds in Southern Utah and Nevada. Many students work on these projects and thereby learn practical live­stock and...
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    • 12 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect brother's college exoenses. Everett worked in the summer as an electrician for the telephone company; and after he graduated in pharmacy, he continued working to help his dad with expenses for John and Maxine...
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    • !14 baseball on the outside, though the inside was much softer, but I couldn’t find a good substitute for a bat anywhere. Finally, I settled on a PVC pipe I bought for under a dollar that was the perfect length for a bat. Minutes before the event...
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    • 15 Inclusion is the least restrictive of the four timeout procedures. Inclusion involves placing a student in a separate area inside the classroom where instruction can be observed, but where interaction with peers is denied for a given period of...
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    • 15 teachers may obtain new ideas and skills but be unable to implement them in their particular context because of the specific characteristics or idiosyncrasies of their workplace” (p. 73 & 76). In examining different professional development...
    • 1958 47

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    • 155. School Health. (3 :W) De­signed to equip the teacher with health aspects of classroom man­agement and teaching. The prac­tical needs of health and health training in the school will also be emphasized. 161. Audio-Visual Aids in Edu­cation. (3...
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    • 18 informed they would be participating in the math lesson using the traditional whiteboard and traditional, hands-on, manipulatives. Treatment group Two: Step two (this step was conducted on a Friday). Five days concluding the procedure of step...
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    • !19 considered. These research studies were quantitative in nature and looked for specific criteria to code. Additionally, the basic outline of each student’s interaction was already scripted, which means the conversations were not entirely...
    • 1957 22

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    • 22 DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE R. H. WALKER, USU Dean, College of Agriculture D. WYNNE THORNE, USU Director, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station CARL FRISCHKNECHT, USU Director, Extension Service D. C. SCHMUTZ, Associate Professor Agricultural...
    • 1957 23

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    • 23 are studied for feed conversion efficiency in co-operation with the department at Logan. Animals from this herd are purchased by local stockmen to build up the quality of private herds in Southern Utah and Nevada. Many students work on these...
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    • !25 method of auto-ethnography. From a broad perspective, ethnography is a form of research method that allows the researcher to be far more engaged in the research than other methods of gathering data. Given that my research required me to...
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    • 26 Step 2. Second, after the PALS 1-3 and text retells rubrics were administered to study participants, whole-group lessons were taught on the differences between narrative and expository text. These lessons were important because the participants...
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    • 28 approach that is a combination of the other three instructional strategies, vocabulary, text features, and text structure. The instructors were each given an outline of instruction to follow (see Appendix D), a graphic organizer geared toward...
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    • 28 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISIONS OF AGRICULTURE R.H. WALKER, Dean and Director, Division of Agricultural Sciences D. WYNNE THORNE, Director, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station CARL FRISCHKNECHT, Director, Extension...
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    • 28 out of respect for the educator’s time as well as to be sure to observe the class for the entire time allotted. An observational protocol (Creswell, 2012) was developed to focus on particular aspects of instruction and classroom dynamics. This...
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    • 30 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA In light of the realistic conditions and purpose of this study, interview and grounded theory approach were utilized for the data collection and interpretation in this study. But because of the geographical...
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    • 30 When schools embarked on a school garden project, many considerations were made. Educators thought about the location of the garden, acquired administrative approval and worked with the facility management staff. Surveys of the land...
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    • 32 Observational Data During the study the researcher used a daily tracking sheet (Appendix C) to observe the amount of time students were on task during learning activities and discussions. The tracking data shows that eleven out of fifteen of the...
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    • 33 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING CHAPTER 4 Results The purpose of this project was to design, develop, and deliver an in-­‐school training presentation to the teaching staff at Monroe Elementary School in Sevier School District. In order to complete...
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    • 33 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. societies studied to make the student familiar with the plant families that he will meet in the rural districts. Along with the scientific importance of the different forms studied, special attention is paid to their...

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