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    • 25 considered more popular modes of receiving printed messages. If educators understand this multimedia culture, and how students in the digital era interpret messages, they can use this knowledge to build on students’ current interests and...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 6 Building an open source social media aggregation timeline The Internet provides a dizzying array of different websites and services. Almost everything imaginable is available in an online representation. Many people use several...
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    • 13 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. For further information concerning board and rooms, apply to the Principal. SCHOLARSHIPS. Normal Scholarship. In pursuance of an act of the first State Legislature, the Normal School continues...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 7 below, followed by closer examination of the limitations of existing methods for online self-presentation. Afterwards, the solution I build is detailed, and the work that went into developing the software is explained, along with...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 33 RQ1: To what extent, if any, will individuals report a preference for a specific leadership style, regardless of domain? RQ2: To what extent, if any, will individuals‟ domains correlate to one of the three...
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    • Fusion 360 20 YouTube, Wikipedia, Twitter, MySpace, and LinkedIn (Alexa, 2010), and due to the increase of high-traffic and popularity among various generations, it has become the most effective platform utilized for marketing within today’s...
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    • THE WEB 90 30 sense out of its usual context. As we mentioned in the accessibility overview, many people who have vi􀀍􀵳 sion problems use screen readers to navigate web pages. Instead of having an entire web page read to them, these users can click...
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    • Employee Giving 20 a comprehensive capital campaign, participation from SUU‟s own employees is crucial. Employee giving demonstrates your commitment to the future of SUU and provides valuable leverage in reaching our campaign goals.” The second...
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    • 39 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Chapter 5 Discussion As a result of this creative project, it was intended that teachers would effectively implement inclusion strategies in their classrooms, thereby improving academic and social success for student...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 24 optimistically framed message that “their number is growing and they are starting to take more positive actions.” The short reference to the opposing point of view is sandwiched...
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    • STRENGTH TRAINING ON DANCERS’ JUMP AND BALANCE 3 Chapter 1 Introduction Dancers are not necessarily thought of as athletes, yet dance is a sport that requires strength, control, balance, coordination, and precision. Based on personal experience...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 83 Figure 22. Teacher/Administrator responses (n = 3) about whether they agree with this statement: “The ‘Leader in Me’ program has improved the relationship between my students and me.” For the second part of...
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    • Employee Giving 24 Jones and I explained the mechanics of the campaign, provided instruction on how to ask for a donation, distributed campaign materials (steering committee members helped with this) and then offered motivational instructions and...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 16 Existing Solutions One alternative is ifthisthenthat (https://ifttt.com/). This is a service that allows one to set up 'triggers' for various 'channels', and perform an action when the trigger occurs. It allows you to...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 86 Figure 23. Mean teacher/administrator responses (n = 3) by question. Figure 24. Percentage of “agree” and “strongly agree” teacher/administrator responses (n = 3) by question. Summaries of the...
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    • 16 STUDENT ENTERTAINMENTS. An effort has always been made by the teachers to direct the amusements of the students. A large hall well-floored, well-finished is provided in the new Science Building, and here the school is prepared to...
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    • 37 e. Differentiate representative elements and transition metals. f. Describe trends among the elements for atomic size. g. Explain how ions form. h. Describe periodic trends for first ionization energy, ionic size, and electronegativity, as...
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    • 17 "Fifty appointments to such scholarships may be made annually, each appointment to be for the term of four years; Provided that students may be reappointed to scholarships. Appointment to normal scholarships shall be made by the State...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 88 Figure 26. Average percentage of “agree” and “strongly agree” teacher/administrator responses (n = 3) by category. Comparisons of the teachers’ versus administrator’s responses at the level of both comparative...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 44 Chapter VI Discussion As hypothesized, correlations between preference for group leadership style and psychological domain were indicated by results of the survey administered in this study. These results...

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