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    • 13 successfully have a significantly higher community participation rate at cultural, intellectual, athletic, and artistic events (Steinkamp, 1998, 34-59). Additionally, town-gown studies suggest that community members who have benefited from a...
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    • 14 Other vocabulary programs are available, but not many have been carefully researched and approved. “Few independent research studies have been conducted on popular commercial reading programs, but the use of such programs in secondary schools is...
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    • 18 outdoor activity engages students, where nature is the manipulative, resulting in reviewing concepts like ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and random sampling while addressing the bodily/kinesthetic and naturalist...
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    • 19 positive correlation between young people who talk about what they read with their parents, and reading more outside the classroom. In another study involving parents and children reading and reflecting together, participants were asked to use...
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    • 2 “For those who say the primary education role of postsecondary institutions, especially community colleges, is work force development, service learning is viewed as detracting from that role” (Kidder, 2003). Service-learning critics argue that...
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    • 23 Student Centered Putting this information into a course outline was a challenge, with the biggest challenge making standards that are more focused on students than they are on the content. In the past, information was the focus; what was best...
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    • 23 The use of e-media also allowed the researcher to build upon students’ background knowledge allowing students to recognize and learn with familiar concepts. The researcher discovered that students learning using the traditional whiteboard were...
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    • 27 Week two started with ten minutes of unstructured recess. Week three started with ten minutes of resting, where students will sit quietly with their heads down at their desks. Week four started with ten minutes of a classroom energizer activity. T...
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    • 31 A formative assessment was made throughout the study while monitoring and reviewing the at-home reading homework assignments, at which time the researcher offered suggestions to the parents if they were experiencing problems. The returned...
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    • 34 captions. After reviewing the information, the instructor recorded one supporting detail from every two pages on the group graphic organizer. By stopping at the pre-determined vocabulary words and prior to turning each page, the instructor and...
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    • 37 Chapter 5 Discussion Prescribed professional development will, no doubt, remain as the monolith of teachers’ continuing education and training. The ever-mounting pressure for students to meet national standards will not only drive teachers to...
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    • 39 Chapter 5 Discussion The researcher conducted this study for the purpose of discovering which types of homework were assigned by a small sampling of 33 elementary and middle school teachers in a school district in southern Utah. Additionally,...
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    • 39 digital forensics program it is. However, due to the rapid development of learning tools available on the market nowadays, student or digital forensics practitioners would be able to learn from other sources, such as from the internet or...
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    • 39 digital forensics program it is. However, due to the rapid development of learning tools available on the market nowadays, student or digital forensics practitioners would be able to learn from other sources, such as from the internet or...
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    • 4 destination image perceptions of travelers for Austrian tourism stakeholders and ultimately develop an optimum communication mix for Austria‘s visitors. Research Hypotheses To meet the research objective, three primary ideas were explored....
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    • 42 Table 14 The Leveled Group that Teachers Believe Make the Most Progress Throughout the...
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    • 45 Sharing the Results The results from this study were shared with the faculty at Willow Springs Elementary in Canyons School District. The researcher was able to present and discuss the data at a faculty meeting. The presentation was well received...
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    • 46 Most of the Cherry Hill Elementary teachers have not taken full advantage of all of the features that the YPP testing program offers. The YPP assessment program consists of three components: CBM assessments, instructional exercises, and custom...
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    • 46 References Al Otaiba, S., Kosanovich-Grek, M., Torgesen, J., Hassler, L., & Wahl, M. (2005). Reviewing core kindergarten and first-grade reading programs in light of No Child Left Behind: An exploratory study. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 21(4),...
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    • 5 W.A. Mozart and the Salzburg Hauptbanhof train station. These restrictions were due to time constraints and economic feasibility. Limitations Several procedural limitations should be considered when reviewing the results of the study: 1....

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