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    • 14 requires activities designed to build the personal strengths and creative talents of individuals and thus create human resources necessary for organizational productivity” (Smith & Kritsonis, 2006, p. 2); and most importantly, “the teacher needs...
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    • ! 21! what we undertake and (3) feel autonomous in our actions. The researchers specify that autonomy doesn’t necessarily mean independence, an athlete can allow a coach to make decisions for them but the athlete chooses to follow those choices....
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    • 23 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Inclusion programs are successful when they include teachers who communicate with one another, plan together, and hold similar philosophies (Schwartz et al., n.d.). The question is not if we should collaborate with o...
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    • 24 used, only the three positive controls produced results for microsatellite analysis. Since qPCR indicated the presence of double stranded DNA in aDNA samples, amplification may not have occurred during PCR thus preventing the indication of...
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    • 26 contest. This study found that ninety-seven percent of the school gardens were used primarily for environmental education. Barriers to School Gardens Barriers to school gardens were obstacles that stood in the way, limited or slowed school...
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    • !27 My Experience This is China (TIC) Sitting on an airplane nervously waiting for an adventure of a lifetime to truly begin, I looked ahead about five rows in front of me to see a crowd of Korean Airline workers gathered around a single passenger....
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    • 27 to meet standards for success set forth by state and nation. ELLs come from a variety of cultures and backgrounds and with knowledge they attained from previous experience. As I started this project, like most teachers that want to make a...
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    • 3 person is limited in learning opportunities and lacks the skills necessary to create communication beyond what he or she hears. Now, as an English teacher, this teacher-researcher wonders how much grammar to teach each year. The current Utah...
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    • !51 What It All Means Given that my experience was essentially a lesson in intercultural diplomacy, and that the American Studies Center continues to exist despite the end of my tenure there, it is clear that there are several ways my experience...
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    • 54 References Brimijoin, K. (2005). Differentiation and high-stakes testing: An oxymoron? Theory Into Practice, 44(3), 254-261. Brimijoin, K. (2002). A journey toward expertise in differentiation: A preservice and inservice teacher make their way....
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    • 6 Chapter 2 Literature Review The National Center of Educational Statistics concluded that more than two thirds of students are not proficient readers (Biancarosa, 2005). This is a staggering statistic that leads one to question. How can teachers...
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    • 6 college, and the sum equals less effective learning and chaos while to teaching the requirements for the future core curriculum. Student learning must surely be affected by such instability. If teachers did not have previous grammar instruction,...
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    • 6 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Chapter 2 Literature Review Considering inclusion as it relates to schools today, one must look at how inclusion evolved and where it stands in today’s education. In this paper, the researcher will examine what inclus...
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    • 8 The final student group affected by similar obstacles includes the many students with learning disabilities who require individual attention and additional accommodations to improve reading and writing skills. Thus, it can be discouraging for a...
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    • 93 Outside Weight Carry/Aerobic Objective: Students will learn an aerobic and strength exercise they may do without going to a gym. Differentiation: This is another activity to build self-esteem and self-image. When students complete this short...
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    • CHESTER CRIPPS DOROTHY FIFE PRICE HAIGHT CARMEN CROFT BURN1S FINLINSON ELSIE HANSEN DENISE DALTON JAY FISHER KENNETH HANZON SARAH DOBSON KEITH GATES IRIS HEATON EVAN DOBSON SHIRLEY GRAFF WESTON HIGBEE CHESTER CRIPPS thinks cupid lives in a bush by...
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    • Commitment 62 The origin of the meaning of commitment was another research question that was investigated during this thesis. Consistent with Weigel et al. (2003), parental example had a great impact on what the participants believed about...
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    • dangerous. No less dangerous was the task of removing the yokes fiom the impatient creatures and of the unloosing the chains. The romance of being out in the wilds was terribly chilled by an inclement sky. A few days of drizzling rain tried the...
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 22 well-being. Bowling et al. (2010) found there is a positive relationship between job satisfaction and happiness, as well as spillover into life...

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