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    • "KH, ]G, TW,Volunteer Initials; RW, Right Wrist; MTH,Mouth; pas, Positive epithelial cell control; HB, Human Blood on Duct tape (positive Control); NEG,Negative control; lJNKN, Unknown epithelial cell sample ~T,NoTarget; OC,Overconcentrated; BT,...
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    • 1.5 HYPOTHESIS The purpose of this research is to find methods to successfully extract DNA from duct tape, and to determine if different brands of tape affect the quality of amplified DNA. I hypothesize that at least one method 'Will generate a...
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    • 10 CHAPTER 2: MATERIALS & METHODS DNA Extraction and Regions Sampled Ancient maize specimens were previously collected from the Corngrowers Site and identified based on their depth of occurrence from the trench surface. These specimens were ground...
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    • 10 engage in them. Our work has convinced us of the importance of talking about talk with our students” (Connolly, 2002, p. 25). Student perceptions will affect the environment in, implementation of, and outcome of any class discussion. One...
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    • 10 Fewster, & McCormick (2010) further stated that “approximately eight million adolescents struggled with reading” (p. 636). High School (9th to 12th Grade) Cassidy, Valadez, Garrett, & Barrera (2010) reported that adolescent literacy is a hot...
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    • 10 philosophy that educators can recognize signs that indicate a potential for inappropriate behavior (Murdick, 1996). It is preferable to prevent inappropriate behaviors rather than wait until after the behaviors occur before responding. Students...
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    • 10 writing at this institution is not valued as human communication—and this in turn reduces the validity of the assessment (CCCC Executive Committee, 2004). They also have concerns with companies not communicating their algorithms with their...
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    • 107 I learned during the research how very important it is to use cross curriculum to encourage interest in mathematics. I have learned that reaching one child is worth all the time, effort and persistence it takes. Being an advocate does make a...
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    • 11 demonstrate positive attitudes toward learning mathematics are found to have more positive attitudes and higher self-efficacy when it comes to mathematics (Wilkins, 2000; Sewell and Hauser 1980). Wilkins (2000) points out that parents who have...
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    • 11 on physical education may result in small gains in academic achievement and Grade Point Average. Observations show a positive connection between academic performance and physical activity, but not physical fitness. This meaning that a child’s ph...
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    • 11 Table 1: Sample Identification. Surface trench depth and dry weight of samples before extraction. Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth (cm) Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth...
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    • 11 The Bureau of Education commissioned a report in 1907 entitled Agricultural Education Including Nature Study and School Gardens. This report claimed “elementary nature study and agriculture had a positive impact on the social and economic...
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    • 114 validity constitute construct validity. Construct validity refers to the extent to which an operationalization measures the factor it is supposed to measure (Bagozzi, Yi, & Phillips, 1991). Convergent validity has been defined as the extent to...
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    • 12 and reverse primer, 1X (5 μl) SYBR Green master mix and sterile distilled water to a final volume of 10μl (Roche, 2009). qPCR cycling conditions were 5 minutes at 95ºC followed by 45 cycles of 10 seconds at 95ºC, 10 seconds at 50ºC, and12...
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    • 12 cognition is diminished, 1) decreased capacity in working memory, and 2) students lack of value for the subject. Students who fall into the mathematics anxiety, low SES, and lack of parental support groups described above have issues involving...
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    • 12 However, “…even the most proactive teacher must follow through with a negative consequence for an inappropriate behavior. Yet, the worst time to select a punisher is during an episode of student misbehavior” (Akin-Little & Little, 2008, p....
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    • 12 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Social Skills According to McCarty (2006), the fact that students with disabilities can be joined socially with their peers is one of the greatest benefits. As disabled students are included in the regular classroom,...
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    • 12 regularly features service learning, students’ participation in service learning is noted on transcripts, outstanding students receive service-learning scholarships, awards and commencement regalia and faculty are eligible for grants or...
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    • 126 model in the appendix assured that the model fit the data well: no evidence of improper solutions was found, all measurement parameters were statistically significant, the confirmatory factor loadings were of relatively large size, and the...
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    • 128 Hypothesis 1: Information sources have a positive effect on travel motive Hypothesis 1 predicted that information sources would positively affect travel motive and was supported with a coefficient of 0.264. Respondents indicated sources...

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