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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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    • 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...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 22 meet and share should have priority. The school administration and school leadership team must implement these learning opportunities (Clauset & Murphy, 2012). Time for faculty to collaborate should be...
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    • The Human Element 38 must be able to provide “concrete strategic and tactical recommendations,” (Durante & Feehan, 2005, p. 13). The empirical world consists of “the minute by minute, day to day social life of individuals as they interact...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 78 So many variables and emotions are involved in each relationship that without each person sacrificing, the relationships do not mesh well. No matter how easy or hard the transition is to add another woman to the family, the...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 79 to handle the things that bother them about another person. Sister-wives do not always get along; when this happens, each woman must evaluate her own needs and work out the issues. Much like interviewee #13, Interviewee #4...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 80 husband. Some of the young sister-wives even called her “Mom” for a while as they matured in their roles as wives and mothers. There are no relationships in monogamous culture that are the same as that of a sister-wife....
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    • The Human Element 42 analyzed. These dimensions include communication styles, authority associations, unity within the group, community roles, loyalty to the organization, relationship to the environment, and placement of values. The model was...
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    • U.S. Embassy 33 economies. China and India “will become the world's dominant suppliers of manufactured goods and services” (BRICs, n.d.). Hegemony/Elitism and Identity through Discourse Amandeep Sandhu explains that the countries of the world...
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    • The Human Element 43 since the only significant difference between the two communities is their culture, additional support for the model’s practical application can be applied. Details and proof of these differences were noted in the study and...
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    • U.S. Embassy 44 References About us (2009). Retrieved February 20, 2009, from: http://www2.goldmansachs.com/ our-firm/about-us/index.html. Babson, A. N. C. (2005). Making sense of objective knowledge: Anthropological challenges to literalism and...
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    • The Human Element 54 manner. Once they are shown a reason to unite with someone or a reason to respect or even serve someone, they easily make the necessary adjustments and redraw their personal views. In other words, they simply need a reason to...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 40 Chapter 5 Discussion Mandates, like NCLB (2002) and IDEIA (2004), include high expectations for student proficiency, quality instruction, and research-based strategies which address achievement...
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    • The Human Element 56 boat were trying everything to get over the top or through the water. Nobody was paying attention to the door on the boat. This went on for awhile when finally I said why don't we just open that door right there and walk off...
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    • The Human Element 64 Chapter 6 Discussion: Post-Katrina Review After executing the necessary steps of the model, the cultural analysis revealed that the New Orleans Ninth Ward community was indeed culturally unique, and therefore required a unique...
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    • The Human Element 66 neighborhood. Knowing that so many people qualify as disabled and that many others likely suffer from additional ailments due to a lack of proper medical care should have instigated an immediate change in evacuation plans. It...
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    • The Human Element 72 Chapter 7 Conclusion Current crisis research has uncovered numerous successful methods for responding to a crisis situation. However the ability to correctly select a response strategy and pair it to a type of crisis still...
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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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    • KUDZU Leadership 15 gap. “Effective communicators will more likely make effective leaders because they understand the need to place quality effort in communicating with their followers” (McFarlane, 2010, p. 7). The author included information...

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