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    • 1908, page 26

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    • 26 SOUTHERN BRANCH SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. MATHEMATICS. MR. HUSSONG. MR. HANSEN. MR. FOSTER. MR. HANNEN. MR. WOODBURY. Algebra a. This course affords a thoro and complete treatment of addition and...
    • 1909, page 28

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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. MATHEMATICS. MR. HUSSONG. MR. DALLEY. MR. ROBB. MR. WOODBURY. Algebra a. This course affords a thoro and complete treatment of addition and subtraction, parentheses, multiplication,...
    • 1910, page 31

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    • 31 SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION MATHEMATICS. Dr. Dalley. Mr. Robb. Mr. Woodbury Algebra a. This course affords a thorough. and complete treatment of addition and subtraction, parentheses, multiplication, division, simple equations,...
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    • 17 The benefits of learning in school gardens can be plentiful. The school, community, teachers, families, and students, all benefited from school gardens. Interdisciplinary learning. School gardens have been a tool to teach multiple subjects at...
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    • 6 to take some of the grading burden, teachers could more easily “assign more writing, and so students could get the practice they needed to develop as writers—practice that was not possible in most classrooms because of the burden it placed on...
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    • 17 Currently, energizer programs are being designed by teachers to integrate physical activity into the academic curriculum. One example is the Take 10! Program. Take 10! is a classroom-­‐based physical activity program designed by the International...
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    • 38 Damasio, A.R. (1999). The feeling of what happens. Chapter 2: Emotion and feeling (pp. 35-81). New York: Harcourt Brace. Eccles, J. (1984). Perceptions, motivation, and learning. Contemporary Psychology, 29(4), 280-281. Eccles, J., Moses, L., &...
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    • 8 (Hall, 2011), and the myriad of strategies and approaches available to the modern teacher of students with learning disabilities (Harwell, 2001). The problem is further complicated when one considers the affective domain (Barkley, 2009). In other...
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    • 16 In a study involving children with specific learning disabilities, three children were selected and taught the “Touch Math” system. Next followed an intervention phase where the students were offered support as they solved addition and...

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