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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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    • 2 the “greening” of schools to bring a natural environment to urban areas and supplement school meal plans with food grown on campus. Urban school gardens provided a valuable learning environment that was unusual in large cities. Rural schools...
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    • 40 and a mix of English and Spanish to their parents. Alma’s mom recognizes the value of acquiring two languages and has learned English through her children. She has also learned English through her job and finds it an asset to speak English with...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 79 Future Research In conducting future research, it is recommended that teachers from several different communities and many different elementary schools be interviewed. While the influence of emotions in this study was...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 11 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. personality. This serves to deepen the relationship between the customer and the brand. In his...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 15 for treating smoking or drinking (Sturm, 2002). In the United States alone, obesity-related problems account for 6% to 10% of the national health care expenditures (Finkelstein, Fiebelkorn, & Wang, 2003). In a study...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 12 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. By so doing, organizations can have an emotionally-invested employee base that allows for...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 13 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. Using flexible communication technologies and innovative engagement tools that transcend time...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 4 Acknowledgements My college career has been a long road, and the completion of a master’s degree cannot be solely attributed to hard work and countless hours of study. I must credit and give thanks to all the people and...
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    • 51 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING identified child in my room… I alter the physical room arrangement to accommodate for different learning needs… I teach to the individual learning needs of a disabled student… I individualize instruction and/or...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 98 with patients may be brief or extended: there may be only one interaction, or consistent and repeated communications. A guiding belief may also be suggested that without some sense of a personal relationship, patient...
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    • 9 concluded that 15% to 25% of class time is spent dealing with student behaviors, which are incompatible to desired academic and on-task behaviors (Matheson & Shriver, 2005). Other research findings have reported that as much as half of classroom...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 77 Give the presentation I have discussed at length the results of giving the presentation to at least one professional organization. jetBlue represented an incredible opportunity for me to share the presentation in front of real...
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    • HENRY LEIGH Biography 1843, - 1920 Henry Leigh was horn December 31, 1843, in Llanelly, South Wales, the son of Samuel and Ann Davis Leigh. He emigrated to America with his family, February 1849, on the ship Buna Vista, with 250 saints on board,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 41 separate owners. The other argument was: owning a radio station was like owning any other small-town, family business; long-term sustainability was there, but short-term growth and profit was not. Because,...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Professional development is an element of education with which teachers, counselors, and administrators become readily familiar and something of which they rarely encounter a scarcity. First year teachers not only enter their...
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    • Fusion 360 37 information collected is equal to how the research is presented. In organizing my prospecting research, I learned information is worthless if it is not organized and easily accessible. For example, I utilized my knowledge gained from...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 42 provided more opportunities to potential talent. "Our program director took chances, like if there was a board operator that was funny they gave them (him) a chance on the weekend to do a show, 'give it a...
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    • 50 Chapter 5 Discussion This chapter is outlined by first revisiting the problem and issues and why they are important to this final discussion. Next, the similarities and differences between the results of this study and that of others are...

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