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    • 66 appropriate educator or administrator for testing. Since the QRI can be administered on any level K-12, students who are referred should be tested at least once a year to determine improvement and to provide appropriate adaptations in curriculum...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 25 One true story of a man named Luba explained that his brother became ill. A local witch doctor told him that the cause of illness was being conjured by one of his four wives. In order to cure the problem,...
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    • 22 Copies of the city charter and plan of government have been requested by the management of many educational institutions and many teachers. Chapel. One chapel period a week is conducted by students. Tho no theological creeds can be...
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    • 69 National Inst. for Literacy, W. C., & National Inst. of Child Health and Human Development (NIH), B. D. (2007). What Content-Area Teachers Should Know about Adolescent Literacy. National Institute for Literacy, Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Pardo,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 176 Local content as opposed to not local content is good, but if you're telling me that there's a bear at my door or a bomb that went off in Russia I care about the bear at my door more than the bomb in...
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    • 136 ranging from 1 (no time spent) to 7 (all of time) rather than simple ―yes‖ or ―no‖ participation while on vacation. Furthermore, while the data collected on each of the individual variables in this study provides some value to the tourism...
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    • No pirates no princesses 92 I: OKAY. SPELLING: SAMONIA, SHAMARRA, RUDY, JUDY IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE THAT THINK WOULD BE HELPFUL TO OTHER MOMS? K: WELL TO NOT TAKE THE ANGER OF YOUR CHILDREN PERSONALLY. AND TO NOT BE SO HARD ON THEM. AND TO NOT...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 13 When general education teachers are given the opportunity to study and read literature about successful RTI models, they have an opportunity to understand the factors in successful implementation...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 16 coupled with norms, opportunities for improvement, and continual learning. The teams view improvement as a joint effort through evaluation, analysis, and experimentation. When working together for a...
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    • iGRIEVE 58 Chapter Five: Discussion This research investigates the use of social media within the relationship of collective mourning and parasocial interaction to discover the extent to which online postings expressing people’s grief mirror the...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 18 shown that the teacher variable is an important factor in student achievement. Only home related factors have a bigger influence (Kratochwill et al., 2007). NCLB (2002) requirements feature this change...
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    • 14 be taught in these meetings, the necessity of honesty, virtue, temperance and upright attitude in all walks of life is inculcated and emphasized as the fundamentals to success in life. Besides the ethical training received, the students have...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 19 Many decisions need to be made when planning professional development. One of the most important decisions involves the content and intended outcome of the professional learning opportunity. A series...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 4 Acknowledgements First and foremost, I would like to thank Dr. Matt Barton for his continuous help throughout my 6+ years at Southern Utah University. He was monumental in helping me decide to attend the Master’s program...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 20 (2000) have suggested that the longer the activities, the more effective they are. The learning opportunities tend to be more focused, allow more opportunity for active learning, and are more coherent...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 21 student learning outcomes. This is accomplished through on-going collaboration and professional learning focused on understanding how students learn. New practices are learned, created, and implemented...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 22 meet and share should have priority. The school administration and school leadership team must implement these learning opportunities (Clauset & Murphy, 2012). Time for faculty to collaborate should be...
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    • Testimonial videos 36 Appendix B S.W.O.T. Analysis Weaknesses -­‐ Service/support network -­‐ Internal structure/organization -­‐ Lack of in-­‐house financing -­‐ Customers are skeptical of new technology Opportunities -­‐ Overseas expansion -­‐...
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    • 149 Table 4 Images of Austria (N=973) Images M* SD Unique architectural buildings 6.17 0.97 Many interesting local festivals and shows 5.88 1.04 Many places of interest to visit 6.39 0.73 Natural scenic beauty 6.77 0.54 Important museums and art...

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