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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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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 33 hands on their hips and extends and reaches the dominant leg as far as possible along the lines in all eight directions. The distances are measured and then compared to the “normal”...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 26 reality becomes what he calls a “rhetorical vision” (p.398). A rhetorical vision is made up of fantasy themes that become public and group interactions. Once this is created, it sparks a response form an “emotional chain”...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 11 this number. Researchers can fuel this educational effort and boost it by finding new opportunities for inquiry that may shed additional light in this area. While...
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    • Fusion 360 32 include follow-up phone calls and emails with the company’s decision maker to schedule a meeting Fusion likes to call “The Dog and Pony Show.” THE DOG AND PONY SHOW “The Dog and Pony Show” is the final process in building...

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