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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 6 Chapter 2: Review of Literature Within the setting of a medical clinic or facility, receptionists have a plethora of tasks, roles, responsibilities, and obligations. Though duties may vary greatly based on practice size or...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 8 complications that can be associated with the task. Many of the scheduling procedures take place over the phone which can be either beneficial or detrimental to a practice. Receptionists often hold primary responsibility for...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 10 In a study comparing patients’ medical experiences in Hong Kong and the United States, receptionists were specifically reported as friendly only in those exchanges that took place in the United States (Anderson, 2001). The...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 5 Definitions Character education. Character education is the process of educating students about metacognitive, academic (executive-functional and non-cognitive) and socio-emotional skills that empower them to...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 12 individuals in crisis, how to de-escalate situations, how to be assertive, and how to fill other roles with regards to service providers (Pyke & Butteril, 2001). Thus it is shown, facework responsibilities associated with...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 29 successfully integrating a “life in time” (p.117) will create a coherent and understandable narrative for the audience (McAdams, 2006). Persuasive/Applied Narratives Green and Brock (2000) assert that, “the power of narratives to...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 25 First, the use of IM, texting, emails, and other forms of electronic communication raises some interesting questions about interpersonal processes and how these processes can cause people to alter or...
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    • 10 (2002) suggest that students must view reading as a pleasurable activity because “children who dislike something may avoid it or give only partial attention to learning it, although they have the self-confidence to learn lessons and attempt...
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    • 8 hope, and therefore little use in trying to learn. Lubinski (2009) found that low SES students tend to have lower confidence levels than do many of their peers. Students who aspire to attend college. Wilkins (2003) found that students who aspire...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 26 a good indicator about how efficient a communication method is being used. This makes us ask whether CMC or FTF communication is more effective in completing complex tasks, and in what ways is it...
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    • manufacture of iron. Drama, for which Cedar has now become nationally known, was a favorite interest and avocation of the townspeople from the earliest days. Amusements, recreations of various kinds, and celebrations of important events livened up...
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    • 10 Students with mathematics anxiety. Mathematics anxiety has also been of great concern in the learning of mathematics. Research shows that many capable students do poorly on mathematics exams despite knowing the concepts very well (Meece,...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 28 section of an origami animal within a specific time period with the goal to be a successful completion of the animal or animal section. Different time periods were allocated for FTF and CMC...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 29 Clatterbuck’s CL7 measure of global uncertainty (Clatterbuck, 1979; Douglas, 1990). High scores represented greater uncertainty, whereas low scores indicated greater levels of attritional confidence...
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    • 13 that they feel are better to spend their time. These researchers seem to make the same point: students are not going to do well on tasks that do not have value to them. Both the effects of negative attitudes and self-efficacy lead students to...
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    • 29 support those struggling students. Procedures To complete this study, the researcher developed a math homework tracker to obtain a better idea of what is being done at home to support students in day to day learning objectives. This tracker was...
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    • 33 Parental surveys were used to determine their feelings associated with reading homework that was sent home with the students. The same surveys were given to parents whose students received the SETHL books in Spanish and English, English only, as...
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    • 32 Chapter 4 Results Throughout the researcher’s Master of Education Capstone project, five vital educational resources were monitored to effectively determine the ability and growth among students identified as lacking parental support. First, the...

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