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    • On Saturday night, scheduled as the last night of the meet, it was still anybody's tournament, with a possibility of a four-team tie which would necessitate the continuance of the battle to Monday. This possi-bility, as the games progressed,...
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    • 16 area”(Silvermann, 2002). In fact, rote recall of sequential math steps in order to answer math problems leads to a shallow level of understanding (Rapp, 2009). The visual spatial learner has the same probability of being successful...
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    • 23 Parents who have negative experiences in school, and/or a lack of education maintain attitudes and beliefs that are very hard to overcome for the classroom teacher. The way in which parents feel about schools and the emotional connections...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 45 called "expected" responses, they become more accepted by peers and their self-esteem rises. As self-esteem rises, an increase in classroom participation follows as does co-play with peers at break times. A rise in...
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    • to keep the same sets at each table. While Byron was at Walmart, I ran to Bloomers and picked up all of the centerpieces. They turned out really beautiful and depicted the red rock and flowers of southern Utah, but they went a couple hundred...
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    • The Human Element 17  Crisis can mature into a public policy issue. Conversely, a public policy issue can become a crisis.  Crisis can weaken the organization’s ability to compete in the marketplace.  Crisis can be described by several...
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    • STATISICAL ANALYSIS Student's t-Test: Results Method 1 vs Method 2 t=-0.7SS st dev= 0.624E-Ol degrees of freedom 73 The probability ofthis result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.453 Group A: Number ofitems= 41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00...
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    • Student's t-Test: Results Method 1 vs Method 3 t= -1.21 sdev= 0.937 degrees of freedom = 80 The probability ofthis result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.230 Group A: Number ofitems= 41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00...
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    • Student's t-Test: Results Method 2 vs. Method 3 t= -1.05 sdev= 0.982 degrees of freedom = 73 The probability of this result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.297 Group A: Number of items= 34 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.340E-04...
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    • 44 Response Cost – The contingent withdrawal of a specific amount of available reinforcers following an inappropriate response. (In English: Predetermined consequences i.e. loss of recess, computer time, or any other privilege) Regular/Ongoing...
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    • 20 time, the students did show varying rates of progress when it came to specific target skills (West, Denton, & Reaney, 2000). A significant factor in student achievement is socioeconomic status. Low-income students have a higher probability of...
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    • Commitment 16 Chapter 2 Literature Review Researchers have found many factors that play a role in the evolution of commitment (Niehuis, Huston, & Rosenband, 2006; Ripley, Worthington, Bromley, & Kemper, 2005; Weigel, Bennett, & Ballard-Reisch,...

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