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    • 73 References Alexander, P.A., Kulikowich, J.M., & Jetton, T.L. (1994). The role of subject-matter knowledge and interest in the processing of linear and nonlinear texts. Review of Educational Research, 64, 201-252. Anderson, R.C., Heibert, E.H.,...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 72 Figure 15. Teacher/Administrator responses (n = 3) about whether they agree with this statement: “The ‘Leader in Me’ program helps my students get better grades.” For the second part of question 3, the adults...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 73 the second highest mean reported on the teacher/administrator survey. The individual teacher/administrator responses were charted in Figure 16. Figure 16. Teacher/Administrator responses (n = 3) about whether...
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    • No pirates no princesses 189 buying it, although there are still regulations on it. He knows the rules, he‘s not supposed to play on it before school work is done, or without asking. If he breaks the rules , it gets taken away for a week or two....
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 74 agreed with the statement. This indicated that the teachers and the principal all perceived that they would use TLIM program at a different school, even if not required to. This was the highest mean reported on...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 59 Hygiene Factors On a different spectrum, Herzberg identified the hygiene factors that exist and make job dissatisfaction a real possibility. The number one factor that can cause people to have bad feelings about their jobs is...
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    • 13 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. For further information concerning board and rooms, apply to the Principal. SCHOLARSHIPS. Normal Scholarship. In pursuance of an act of the first State Legislature, the Normal School continues...
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    • Chapter 5 Discussion This chapter will begin by comparing the study to other studies concerning childhood obesity, followed by explanations and inferences of the data, future research recommendations, and conclusions concerning the STEP Express...
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    • fascinating that a lack of time and a lag of time between training and implementation both play a part in teachers feeling as if they need more training. When asked, “Would more instruction using iPads help you and/or your students use them more...
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    • No pirates no princesses 195 T: Just to not give your kids every single thing they ask for. I think that stretches them and helps them realize that life isn‘t always like that. And we have to work for things. And my kids I think do have a better...
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    • 17 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. COURSES OF STUDY. The Branch Normal offers the following courses: (1) The regular four years course leading to a Normal certificate with the exception of the professional work of the fourth year which is...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 84 As demonstrated in the figures, the teacher/administrator responses were a mean of 3 or higher and the teacher/administrator percentages of “agree/strongly agree” responses were 100% for all of the questions,...
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    • 21 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Fifth Year. First Half. Second Half. Physical Education 1 and 2 2 2 Elective 3 3 History of Education 3 Pedagogy …………………………. 3 Special Methods 5 5 Training………………………….. 4 4 ...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 85 disagreed, one teacher agreed and the principal strongly agreed that there was a link between these factors. At the level of comparative question analysis, the discrepancies in responses between questions of...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Disruptive student behavior in the classroom setting is a major area of concern in the field of education. Disruptive classroom behavior inhibits student learning and reduces cognitive engagement time by interrupting teacher...
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    • 40 and a mix of English and Spanish to their parents. Alma’s mom recognizes the value of acquiring two languages and has learned English through her children. She has also learned English through her job and finds it an asset to speak English with...
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    • 68 of these areas. Students were allowed to weigh themselves in the weight room as they wished. At the beginning of the quarter, girls would only weigh if they were alone and there was no possibility of anyone coming over seeing how much they...

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