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    • 16 For educators, the challenge is to continue to investigate and develop new programs to help all students to perform and achieve their full potential. Research and development of new teaching techniques will always be a continuing effort in...
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    • 16 The survey provided qualitative measures necessary to assess students’ attitudes towards the SMART interactive whiteboard versus the traditional whiteboard. The surveys include five questions scaling different degrees of responses about the...
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    • 17 one was taught the mathematics lesson plan using the interactive whiteboard (SMART interactive whiteboard) and virtual manipulatives to learn the mathematic objective. Once treatment group one had been given the lesson they took the post...
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    • 19 teachers, the researcher then decided what core classes to teach. The core classes that students needed to graduate were English, history, math, and science. The researcher then needed to find fifteen willing students to participate in the...
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    • 2 Most Americans think testing is a spurious trend; a new Time poll found that only one out of five people surveyed felt that testing has had a positive effect in schools. But as the tests get better, we are starting to be able to see in the dark ....
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    • 20 Third, focus activities are used to, again, maintain a routine and ensure students feel comfortable and know what is expected. Starting class on the right note is imperative. For example, if the instructor is not prepared to start class, it...
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    • 30 success than independent learning. AHS would better serve their student population by organizing more cooperative learning groups with school-wide structure. The four hour a day structure was beneficial for a large number of alternative...
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    • 38 • Sentence Pattern Chart • Student Essays • Essay Tests (both pre and post) Observation is not only a main part of the Scientific Method, but it is also a part of Action Research as well. There are many ways that a teacher-research can observe a...
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    • 4 Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (CCSS, http://www.corestandards.org, 2011). After the Utah State Office of Education presented this new curriculum manual...
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    • 47 There are five spots from which guests may shoot for points. They are marked with tape on the basketball court. Participants are rewarded by shooting from each position. Further spots are worth more points. Each participant will play 2...
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    • 82 Appendix C Lesson Plans Dynamic Stretching Each day all classes do dynamic stretching. These stretches enable students to be active and not sitting on the floor. Students line up in a line along the gym or playing field and do these stretches...
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    • Acknowledgments I would like to thank faculty members of Southern Utah University: Dr. Thomas Cunningham for starting me out on this journey, Dr. Bruce Barker for his help along the way, and Dr. Nichole Wangsgard for agreeing to serve on my...
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    • CHRISTOPHER J. ARTHUR Biography 1832 - 1919 Christopher Jones Arthur was born March 9, 1832, in t h e village of Abersychan, Monmouthshire, South Wales. His f a t h e r . Christopher Abel A r t h u r , and his mother, Ann Jones A r t h u r , were...
    • Cooking class

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Cooking class dines in the Home Economics Dining Room. Clockwise starting in front: Leona Armstrong Grimshaw, Arvilla Jones Watson Morris, *?, *?, Arneta Urie (Webb?), Ruth Middleton Shay (standing), Melba Reeves, Ann Esplin Thompson, Lillian...
    • Cooking class

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Cooking class dines in the Home Economics Dining Room. Clockwise starting in front: Leona Armstrong Grimshaw, Arvilla Jones Watson Morris, *?, Clara Jones, teacher (standing), *?, Arneta Urie (Webb?), Ruth Middleton Shay (standing), Melba Reeves,...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 11 communication skills. “Music is a medium that involves a complex range of expressive qualities, dynamic form and dialogue, an offers a means by which some form of alternative communication can be established to help...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 31 No outside noise was heard and as the students finished, they turned the assignment in quietly and returned to their seats and pulled out a book to read. They students all started the assignment at the same time and...
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 3, 1966.. .The City Council met in the Court Room of the City and County Building a t high noon, for the purpose of swearing in the new Mayor and Councilmen. The Oath of Office was administered by Kumen...

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