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    • 11 class discussion, they still preferred a lecture format. These researchers suggest that students still believe more knowledge will be gained by the “sage” presenting information than through other, peer-collaborative, activities. If teachers...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 5 7. Quiz Console – Students can take quizzes using the Quiz Console. Instructors can build quizzes using four question types: multiple choice, true-false, fill in the blank, and short answer. The quizzes are...
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    • U.S. Embassy 26 Conclusion Participating in an internship for the Department of State in the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia has been very beneficial to me academically, professionally, and personally. I participated in an organization that was...
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    • 38 After examining the data and observing the first-­‐grade students for an eight-­‐week period it is clear that kids need to be given opportunities throughout the day to get up and move. When compared against a period of resting, students appe...
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    • iGRIEVE 17 Traditionally, memorials consisted of symbolic reminders (letters, flowers, or pictures) brought to the site of the death or a site associated with the deceased. DeVries and Rutherford (2004) argued that by participating in this symbolic...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 26 Prevalence of Injury to the Lower Leg Injuries to the ankle complex are one of the most commonly incurred injuries among athletes, especially to the lateral ligaments (Garrick, 1977; Puffer, 2002)....
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 25 Teacher Knowledge and Implementation, Fechtelkotter (2010) Response-To-Intervention in Schools: A Survey of Current Practices and Teacher Perceptions in Two States, and guided questions provided in...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 9 Assumptions There were three primary assumptions involved in this study. The first was that all participants gave full effort on the tests used to measure agility and core stability. Second, it was assumed that a...
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    • 26 The extroverted students perceived themselves as participating much more frequently than the introverted students, with 0% of extroverted students perceiving their participation as “Rarely” while 12% of introverted students viewed their...
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    • iGRIEVE 29 & Cheong, 2010, p. 327). They also argued that social media opened up new ways to “actively communicate their parasocial interaction directly to celebrities as well as others who share their personal attachment” (Sanderson & Cheong,...
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    • 29 This graph shows that there were non-responders from each category, but the top participators came solely from the extroverted category. Self-perception versus online Socratic Seminar participation. The students were assigned to complete three...
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    • 31 Physical classroom setting. Students noted that the physical change in the classroom— arranging the desks into a large circle for Socratic Seminars—had a positive effect on in-class discussion. When prompted during the small-group interview...
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    • 35 Furthermore, the students perceived the conversationalist aspect of Socratic Seminars as being more usable than other types of learning: I think in this class, especially with these seminars and stuff, we can strike a balance between learning...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 45 districts have 100% of building fully implemented” (p. 14). While this school may not be at 100% implementation, they have made huge gains within the school year. All of the participants at the...
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    • 51 Appendix A Consent Letter to Teachers May 10, 2011 Dear Teachers, You are invited to take part in a research study about the academic progression of kindergarten students in mathematics and language arts. I am a kindergarten teacher and a...
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    • 45 back and forth with comments, but it is still in a controlled environment. It doesn’t get heated or too loud. You can still voice it and have everyone else hear your opinion . . . and it’s quick. While both of these students preferred...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 55 Mueller, M. J., & Maluf, K. S. (2002). Tissue adaptation to physical stress: a proposed “physical stress theory” to guide physical therapist practice, education, and research. Journal of...
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    • 51 factors (group size, participation points, content type, and discussion structure) do not affect the participation percentage of the lowest responders (Foster, et al., 2009). Regarding the online Socratic Seminar, the data show that most...
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    • iv List of Tables Table 1: MAP Assessment Group Mean Scores for Participating Hispanic Kindergarten Students From Madison Elementary During the Spanish-English Take-Home Library ...............40 Table 2: Change in Attitudes of Students and Parents...
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    • 52 responding students can record their participation in class correctly. Their conclusions are supported by the findings of this study that indicate that students who labeled themselves as “introverted” and participating “occasionally” or...

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