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    • 28 own, had issues in their daily lives that sometimes prevented them from achieving. Unfortunately, some students come to school with many sad circumstances and issues that children their age should not have to deal with. I see this time and time...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 29 academically proficient, so the work itself is not causing him stress. It is more likely that for Dylan, socialization will be more of a stressor. 4/22/15 Dylan came in crying from lunch and wanted to talk to his special education teacher. This...
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    • 36 in the classroom is so much more inviting to you to share your opinion than any other class. I hardly ever talk in other classes, but in this class I do. When asked to explain why he feels more comfortable talking in this class, he...
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    • ! 58! prepared for future growth. "To deny students the opportunity to deal with "losing" or "winning gracefully" while in the safety net we call education, under the care of a compassionate and invested teacher... THAT would be a sad state...
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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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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 91 Figure 39. Standardized Test Writing & Grammar Strengths and Weaknesses Participants were then asked to respond to the following open-ended questions after analyzing both scores: 1) What surprised you most about your scores?; 2) In what area are...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 20 Perceptions of Mobile Technologies in Education Mobile technologies are very popular among young populations and mobile learning has become a trend in education (Sad & Goktas, 2014). Using a 32-item Likert-type...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 44 Sad, S. N. & Goktas, O. (2014). Preservice teachers' perceptions about using mobile phones and laptops in education as mobile learning tools. British Journal of Educational Technology, 45(4), 606-618....
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    • days]. We were greeted with a hearty welcome by our many old friends. Brother James Haslam, Captain of the Brass Band, with his brethren serenaded us in the evening with music and stayed until a late hour. Maq Ann Wdson's oldest daughter,...
    • yearbook1917i071: Debating

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Debating. A short review of our Debating activities will in no way be out of place here. In the past much interest has been taken along this line and we have put up splendid fights with our sister schools. In some of the encounters we came out...
    • 1943 Agricola

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Student activities; Yearbooks;
    • Documents student life at the Branch Agricultural College; photographs of students, faculty, and campus life.
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 56 Task four: Replace negative thoughts and feelings with positive List Happy Thoughts: Take 30 minutes and list all the happy thoughts that come to...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 27 Table 3 Response to Question 6- Study Music Preference Classical Country None Pop Rock Male African American 1 American Indian 1 1 1 Asian 1 3 Caucasian 1 1 23 9 3 Hispanic Latino(a) 2 Pacific...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 9 a viola played sixteen melodies for the children. Four of each song represented sad, angry, happy and frustrated emotions. There was a control group of one hundred college-aged students, so the researchers could...

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