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    • KUDZU Leadership 55 to explain that not just the attitudes of the youth bothered him, but also negative behaviors displayed by the staff. The volunteer said that he could tell the staff does not want to be there and while they are friendly, there...
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    • (squats/kettlebell swings) and the plyometric exercise (countermovement squat jumps). Subjects were allowed to miss no more than two nonconsecutive training days. Missing two consecutive training sessions or more than two nonconsecutive training...
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    • Fusion 360 39 opinions on morality and the study of ethics encouraged me to complete my degree with a focus on my stance on morality within today’s society. This final course resulted in my growth as an individual and communications professional to...
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    • 13 included in student files as part of the researcher’s improvement plan to the Pro-Active Skill Building Program. It is intended by the researcher to encourage faculty and staff at the study site to incorporate these preventative interventions in...
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    • 16 promoting daily environmental learning” (Blair, 2009, p. 34). A 2000 study conducted in Florida concluded that “students in all types of gardens had high responsibility scores, indicating that all students possessed a sense of responsibility”...
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    • depnved of many social affairs and, in a general way, her girlhood days were spent in heavy toil and she received a scant part of what rneager schooling those days had to offer.I2 Henry had been Mayor of Cedar City since the spnng of 1861. His term...
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    • 17 time-out room only reinforces undesirable behaviors. The child has associated acting out with getting out and is maintaining control of the situation (Richardson & Saxon, 2002). Another concern associated with the use of timeout procedures is...
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    • 56 interventions for ELLs with low literacy scores is another way this research has been applied to the learning environment of the classroom to increase literacy experiences. When children interact with multi-literacies, there are high levels of...
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    • 19 nature and environmental issues and relationships (Garcia-Ruiz, 2009, p. 34). “Personal experience and observation of nature [were] the building blocks for classroom enrichment. Gardens ground[ed] children in growth, and decay, predator-prey...
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    • weather had suddenly become very warm and the melting snow was pouring down Coal Creek in torrents, the stream having already reached a higher point than ever known before. AU the dams previously built across the creek for inigation purposes had...
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    • 22 were sent home to needy families (Johnnston, 2001). The school community improved with school gardens as documented in a 2001 study by L. Thorp and C. Townsend. This study found that a school garden “reshaped school culture, creating hope,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 53 change. (C. Merrill, personal communication, November 4, 2013) This pressure to do what the client wants in order to gain access to their advertising dollar has created the feeling that listeners hate...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 112 work, “I know with the new transition to the new system, people see [it all] as they’ve waited and waited and waited.” Generally speaking given receptionist responses regarding feelings of the new system, it became evident...
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    • Women and Autoethnography Autoethnography has been used in recent published pieces by different women researchers to give a more personalized account to their findings when formal words just couldn’t do the research justice and found that they could...
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    • STRENGTH TRAINING ON DANCERS’ JUMP AND BALANCE 30 absolute gain scores. The control group had an average vertical jump gain score of 4.71(+/- 5.53) centimeters, and the experimental group had an average gain score of 3.41(+/- 4.85) centimeters. The...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 24 4) Metaphors – How does the culture say it? 5) Stories – What does the culture narrate? 6) Rites and Rituals – What does the culture enact? Examples of comments that indicate facts may include comments from Safety Manager Rick...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 25 learning from stories to be safer would be the primary purpose of stories. The Chemical Safety Board which was created as a national investigative board, tells a video story of each accident they investigate that resulted in...
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    • 31 takes into consideration climate, weather, and water limitations for the area. These considerations have prolonged the life of a school garden. Planning with community involvement has reduced security concerns. If physical security was a threat...
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    • STRENGTH TRAINING ON DANCERS’ JUMP AND BALANCE 35 Chapter 5 Based on the results from the individual t-tests, there were no differences between the experimental group and the control group regarding jumping ability and balance. A...
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    • STRENGTH TRAINING ON DANCERS’ JUMP AND BALANCE 38 Adaptations to strength training can take place as early as six weeks, but previous studies among dancers examined their improvements after twelve weeks of training (Koutedakis et al., 2007;...

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