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    • 30 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING 1. Created and administered a questionnaire on inclusion in order to determine teachers’ understanding, application, and interests in learning more about inclusion. The information gathered from the questionnaire dro...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 78 facilities. Dawn inspected her observations, “Working here I would say that they’ve all been very nice and respectful. So, I’m hoping they’re thinking good things.” As with any professional relationship, however, not every...
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    • 35 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Regular Classroom Results Students were observed in their regular classroom setting in order for the researcher to see first-­‐hand if the child’s needs were being met, and also to determine what type of accommodatio...
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    • 35 Table 2 Home Visit Comparison Chart High-Literate ELL Home Visits Low-Literate ELL Home Visits All families were nuclear. There were more single-parent families than nuclear families. At least one parent spoke both English and Spanish...
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    • 40 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING effective inclusion affect all students, whether in regular education or special education. This project’s results demonstrated similarity between the work of the researcher and the work of others. Research showed th...
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    • 36 give it a pleasing color. Children in the neighborhood are laughing and playing and do not seem to mind using the road for a playground. Upon entering the home, Miguel shouts, “¡Mama, la maestra esta aquí! La maestra esta aquí!” In this...
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    • 37 has one sister, but her dad has returned to Mexico and is married to another woman, and he has an entirely new family. The relentless pain this has caused Dulce is obvious as she constantly talks about her dad at school and expresses her sorrow....
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 39 proceeding with the investigation into domain and leadership style using our paired-comparison survey. Control While control tends to be a significant concern in experimental research, survey research...
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    • 38 boyfriend lives with the family in the home. Maria has two little sisters that she helps tend. Maria’s real dad lives in Texas and was very abusive to Maria’s mom in the past. Maria’s maternal grandma lives in St. George and Maria’s mom visits...
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    • 39 company. Dad explains that he works hard so that his children can one day go to college. “Tengo sueños todo el tiempo que mis hijos algún día ir a la universidad.” He dreams all the time that his children will one day go to college. If the dad’s...
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    • 4 Another purpose of this study was to better involve parents in the decision-making concerning discipline measures taken when assisting target students. Research has shown, “students whose parents are involved in their education often show...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 94 forgotten or ignored. Nevertheless, because receptionists observe so much of doctors’ work, as well as the attitudes and emotions associated with those work efforts, receptionists have an interesting angle when it comes to...
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    • Bladen were chosen. President Snow said he observed t h a t Brother Lunt had t h e Presidency of t h e Church over t h i s Branch a n d a g r e a t deal on his shoulders, a n d he h a s sufficient to a t t e n d to without having t h e...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 96 creating the connection, and a certain level of grief comes when that personalized relationship is unattainable. Janet’s response illustrated the significance of the theme. She explained, “Sometimes it almost feels like...
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    • ix List of Tables Table 1: Demographic Characteristics .....................................................................28 Table 2: Travel Behavior...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 49 would rather bow to group pressure and agree with an incorrect answer than stand their ground against the group. In a similar study, Noelle-Neumann (1984) conducted the “train test” to gauge group...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 38 of other people who believe it” (p. 23). This is the effect of the type of reporting we observed in the Newman sandwiching example. The American press was so effective at...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 102 interpersonal relationships in the workplace give way to that individual receptionists’ comprehensive viewpoint. The more that is observed in the workplace, the more rounded a receptionists’ view is. Similarly, how doctors...
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    • 51 for ELLs from low-SES backgrounds to succeed. There is a group of low-SES ELLs who have managed to break through these barriers between home and school and have excelled academically. The home visits conducted in this research have revealed the...

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