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    • STUDENT LIFE Well—Bus! Oh, what a pal was Mary. Anyway it's a good picture of Ruel. Look, Oh boy! A picture of some mops. The Betas. Kinda cute. It's Mayo's turn. 126
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    • 17 reading” (p. 283). They continue to explain “the assessments should be sufficiently sensitive to small changes in the student’s reading performance” (Mesmer & Mesmer, 2008, p. 283). Besides indicating student growth, progress monitoring...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 4 via thumb drive. An entire course can be distributed in one, self-contained document. Below is a list of components that can be incorporated into an I-Text: 1. Communication Console – The main drawback of...
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    • U.S. Embassy 23 Similar to Dr. Challis’s course format, Dr. Heuett allows students to choose their own speech topic. Having the fortunate opportunity to attend speeches that have impacted and changed me, I was determined to set the bar for my...
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    • 33 The final question asked of the student participants as part of the study was what they feel their level of learning was with regard to their service experience. These results can be found in Table 9 below. Table 9 Level of learning with regard...
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    • 35 Figure 3. Student Engagement After a Classroom Energizer Resting As a control, the researcher allowed the students to have one rest day. This involved the students coming into the researcher’s classroom and simply resting (sitting quietly) at th...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 18 shown that the teacher variable is an important factor in student achievement. Only home related factors have a bigger influence (Kratochwill et al., 2007). NCLB (2002) requirements feature this change...
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    • STUDENT LIFE All dressed up and no place to go. Beth can't take it. Ora and Vergie. And who's little boy are you? Someone had an idea — that's Weber on the bot-tom. It must be a posed picture. Push! Mr. Wright—Push! The Xi Lambda line up. And...
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    • 37 DRP Test Procedure The participants took the DRP first. They were given the same instructions: read the text selection and select the word that fits best and makes the most meaning in the sentence/paragraph. To complete the test, they were given...
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    • 34 Chapter 5 Discussion The purpose of this study was to discover the involvement of college students in service and explore the enhancement of their learning because of refection, the reason for their choice for service sites, and whether their...
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    • 36 researcher also noted that more students asked to use the restroom during the lesson on these days. Overall, the students appeared restless and became disengaged in the lesson more quickly than the days where they were given the opportunity to mov...
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    • 38 All students were given the same DRP test, which was standard for all groups. As can be seen in Table 4.6 (pg 37), 10 of 12 students (83%) scored above a 9th grade level for reading comprehension, with half of the students scoring just above the...
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    • 35 3. The students’ motivation and amount of time dedicated to service both impact the level of learning for that student. In this chapter, the discussions of the research findings are presented as an overview of the findings with regard to each...
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    • 20 time, the students did show varying rates of progress when it came to specific target skills (West, Denton, & Reaney, 2000). A significant factor in student achievement is socioeconomic status. Low-income students have a higher probability of...
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    • 37 90.00% 92.00% 94.00% 96.00% 98.00% 100.00% Resting Classroom Energizer Physical Education Recess Average Percentage of Students Engaged Type of Physical Activity Engaged Students Comparison The data collected for each type of activity were compile...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 7 Introduction As a Masters student in Professional Communication, I have felt it important to apply the skills and knowledge that I have obtained throughout my degree in a professional capacity. Based on a class taken...
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    • OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS. JOSEPH T. KINGSBURY, President. Student in University of Utah, 1872-1875; Student in Cornell University in 1876 and in 1877; Ph. B., 1891, A. M., 1892, Ph. D., 1894, Illinois Wesleyan University; D. Sc. (honorary),...
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    • 20 Students Who Benefit from RTI Kamps et al. (2007) compared the effects of English language learners (ELL) receiving Tier 2 interventions to ELL students being taught using a balanced literacy approach to reading. The study found students...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 7 Table 1 - Results of Student Survey (n = 15) BB Vista Better Both the Same I-Text Better Feedback 1 12 2 Navigation 6 5 4 Easier to Understand 4 8 3 Easier in General 4 7 4 Communicate Course Expectations 3 5...

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