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    • 47 References Bailey, R. (2006). Physical education and sport in school: a review of benefits and outcomes. Journal Health, 76(8), 398-­‐401. Bauman, A. (2004). Updating the evidence that physical activity is good for heath: An epidemiological rev...
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    • 48 Hallal, P. (2006). Adolescent physical activity and health. Sports Medicine, 36(12), 1019-­‐ 1030. Hillman, C., Erikson, K., & Kramer, A. (2008). Be smart, exercise your heart: Exercise effects on brain and cognition. National Review of Neurosc...
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    • 35 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Basketry and Cardboard Work. This course offers instruction in the weaving of plain and fancy baskets in rattan and splint, the use of raffia in making various articles, and the cutting, folding and making of...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 9 to the SWATC website (currently www.swatc.edu) and copied to a DVD for those instructors in outlying areas that lacked access to a computer lab. The PowerPoint is very basic, without audio or multimedia prompts. It is a series...
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    • 31 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Bookkeeping (b). In this course the work is largely individual. The student buys and sells as in actual business, dealing with commission, merchandise, banking, manufacturing, jobbing, insurance, etc. Receipts,...
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    • The Human Element 54 manner. Once they are shown a reason to unite with someone or a reason to respect or even serve someone, they easily make the necessary adjustments and redraw their personal views. In other words, they simply need a reason to...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 12 Influences on SWATC Because few of SWATC’s programs included financial aid at the time, and our student base for adults going into full-time programs was much smaller than Bridgerland, members of the administration team at...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 13 including student orientation. Davis offered the most comprehensive outline for both the orientation as well as the student policy documents that orientation is based on: catalog, website and student handbook. As the first of...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 14 gave him a copy of the school’s orientation script and a disk that contained its orientation software. Miller was impressed with the fact that Tennessee had automated its orientation process. The tech center converted its...
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    • The Human Element 57 Attitudes and Behaviors: Loyalty to the Organization The government being the organization, Ninth Warders feel that it is the government’s responsibility to learn about their culture, to be familiar with their needs and...
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    • 46 References Al Otaiba, S., Kosanovich-Grek, M., Torgesen, J., Hassler, L., & Wahl, M. (2005). Reviewing core kindergarten and first-grade reading programs in light of No Child Left Behind: An exploratory study. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 21(4),...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 21 learning environment. They specifically note that more than 400 colleges and universities use the multi-user platform of Second Life to offer distance learning courses to its 12,000,000-plus users. Taking its cues from peer...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 49 References 2011 RTI Implementation Report. (2011). Technology & Learning, 32(1), 14. Benjamin, E.A. (2011). Response-to-intervention: Understanding general education teacher knowledge and...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 23 References Bender, Tricia (2003). Discussion-based online teaching to enhance student learning: Theory, practice and assessment. Stylus Publishing, LLC. Sterling, Virginia. Bridgerland Applied Technology College (February 6...
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    • THE WEB 243 a. Chooses a communication medium and format that best supports the purposes of the product or performance and the intended audience b. Uses a range of information technology applications in creating the product or performance c....
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    • THE WEB 244 a. Participates in electronic discussions following accepted practices (e.g. "Netiquette") b. Uses approved passwords and other forms of ID for access to information resources c. Complies with institutional policies on access to...
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    • CURRICULUM & PROGRAM CHANGE MANUAL Lindsay Fullerton Dr. Matthew Barton, Capstone Supervisor ABSTRACT Curriculum and program changes at Southern Utah University are an integral part of the mission and values of the University. In order to recruit...
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    • Introduction Purpose The purpose of this procedural manual is to define the curriculum and program change process at Southern Utah University. It will assist the faculty and staff in their academic work. This manual will track the necessary steps...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 40 building, this remedial academic support program provides individualized assistance for students in strengthening their math, reading and writing skills to the level where they can be successful in the appropriate training...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 44 All hard copy student records for current and recent students are stored in locked fireproof filing cabinets at the main campus. Older hard copy student records are stored in locked filing cabinets in the locked fireproof...

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