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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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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 20 (2000) have suggested that the longer the activities, the more effective they are. The learning opportunities tend to be more focused, allow more opportunity for active learning, and are more coherent...
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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 8 contact was synchronous (though they used different words). Further study is necessary to determine in what ways communication was better with the I-Text system. The differences in opinion with regard to...
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    • 104 Internet advertising. The Internet is increasingly considered one of the most effective ways to advertise since the Internet has several advantages over the traditional forms of advertising in the travel and tourism industry, including...
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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 I-Text Distance Learning System 9 the system allowed for slight modifications to fit the needs of the course itself. Students seemed to adapt well to the new environment. The I-Text system was successful on many levels. Modifications to the...
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    • 42 The other previous study that closely related to the Willow Springs Elementary study was conducted on fourth grade students. The study was specific to recess but it concluded that students were more on-­‐task and less fidgety in the classroom o...
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    • CQWLEY DRUG Congratulates tke students of tne B.A.C. and invites them to Visit Our Store For: MEDICAL NECESSITIES PRESCRIPTION STATIONERY AND OTHER SUPPLIES CEDAR CITY, UTAH. GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR SHOP REX CHRISTENSEN *- Proprietor GEDAR CITY,...
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    • 43 When students have choice they are happier and this made for more refreshed, attentive students when back in the classroom. Physical education also proved fairly successful at improving student engagement. It was not as beneficial as recess becaus...
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    • No pirates no princesses 62 believes in stretching them and helping them realize that ―we have to work for things.‖ The inherent exchange of goods and services for money that adults accept as a natural part of society (Baudrillard, 2001) is not...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 46 Chapter 5: Discussion The following section will describe the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of the apologia strategies utilized in the individual contexts found within the results and will compare...
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    • 4 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect Chase Peterson, appointed President of the University of Utah in 1983.) In another Scouting venture, John and others made a camp on the side hill in Boyden's Grove (the bottom of the ledge at the top of the...
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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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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 48 of the offensive act. According to Benoit and Drew (1997), studies have shown that denial is not an effective apology to utilize towards those who are injured by the actions as other potential image...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 49 damage to the accused individual’s reputation. Craig was the only individual who utilized provocation and did so by saying he “…overreacted...because of the stress of the Idaho Statesman...
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    • Dec. 19. 1 9 1 2 . . .Mayor Urie stated that we have had a very successful y e a r , free from epidemics of Typhoid and other 1. To contagions. He made recommendations a s follows: extend pipeline to other mountain springs in the Five Lakes...
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    • 16 ate with the instructors of the Branch Normal School in giving a course of public lectures during the winter months. These lectures will be on various scientific, literary, and philosophical subjects of popular interest, the aim being to...
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    • 49 Pellegrini, A., Huberty, P., & Jones, I. (1995). The effects of recess timing on children's playground and classroom behaviors. American Educational Research Journal, 32(4), 845-­‐ 864. Pica, R. (2006). A running start: How play, physical activ...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 51 accusation. Craig attacked the Idaho Statesman multiple times during his apology and, to back these attacks, Craig believed that the newspaper was making him a target “Still, without a shred of truth...

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