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    • 1 9 b) Develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic. c) Link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases (e.g., another, for example, also,...
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    • 10 engage in them. Our work has convinced us of the importance of talking about talk with our students” (Connolly, 2002, p. 25). Student perceptions will affect the environment in, implementation of, and outcome of any class discussion. One factor...
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    • 12 families who would like to send their children to preschool, the cost for private preschools is often prohibitive, and there is not sufficient state or federal funding for government preschools. Given the current educational status of Hispanic...
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    • 13 2.3 Digital Forensics Curriculum Design and Model Yasinsac, Erbacher, Marks, Pollitt & Sommer proposed a model for digital forensics education or training [Yas03]. It is shown in Figure 2. This model illustrates digital forensics training based...
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    • 13 2.3 Digital Forensics Curriculum Design and Model Yasinsac, Erbacher, Marks, Pollitt & Sommer proposed a model for digital forensics education or training [Yas03]. It is shown in Figure 2. This model illustrates digital forensics training based...
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    • 15 own education and professional training. More and more states are adopting professional exams to illustrate a teacher’s content knowledge and professional ability; in many states, employment hinges on passing such tests. Pamela Esprivalo Harrell...
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    • 16 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING disabilities. Research has found that as educators gain experience and training, their attitudes become more positive (Villa, Thousand, Meyers, & Nevin, 1996). Low Expectations Low expectations are another barrier to...
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    • 18 2. Do outstanding events promote owner purchases? 3. How do events for owners and potential owners satisfy Relationship Management Theory? Method To further analyze these roles as they apply to my position with Marriott, I sought to understand...
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    • 18 special educators are asked to take on the roles of intervention specialists, RtI experts, and Tier evaluators in addition to their undersold roles as high-quality instructors who perform daily with professional practices of rigor, excellence,...
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    • 18 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA (1981) defined that the Chinese culture is situation-centered; the Chinese style of life is centered on relationships defined by Confucian doctrine, which emphasize fidelity and virtue, benevolent fathers and...
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    • 19 2003). In addition to improving the core academic instruction, by working together, educators will have the opportunity to focus on instruction and monitoring students’ response to accurately determine those in need of special education (Vaughn...
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    • 20 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA distance, individualism/collectivism, masculinity/femininity, uncertainty avoidance and long-/short-term orientation. Power distance is defined as “the extent to which the less powerful members of institutions...
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    • 5 Lurking Variables: Variables that are not readily apparent, and not compensated for, in an experiment that may lessen the validity of the results of the experiment. Matched Pairs Experiment: A two part experiment involving a treatment group and a...
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    • !54 interactions, it seems to be a tactic based on quick observation, but once friendships develop and social defenses drop, convergent and divergent strategies can be great tool to improve relationships. While divergent tactics seem confusing,...
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    • 56 If I were to do this again, there are some things I would change. First, I would have a longer parent training with more “workshop” type activities. I did not do it with this study because I did not want to burden parents with a time-consuming...
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    • 59 Design While other book clubs have been formed and based on the premise of drawing on intrinsic reading motivation rather than relying on the reward of trinkets, candy, or similar prizes, this creative project had some unique characteristics...
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    • 62 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Compared with U.S. children, we are over protected by our parents. In U.S. shows, these children are so independent. They can have part-time jobs in high school to earn pocket money, or to pay their own tuition...
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    • 65 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA was based on their educational experience and social needs. Current Chinese society is much more open than before, international communication and business play more and more important roles, so most of Chinese...
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    • !7 complete with new computers, travel expenditures, and more (all of which isn’t coming out of their pockets). Throughout my time in the Master’s program my focus had been on integrated marketing campaigns (IMC). Integrated marketing campaigns...

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