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    • 16 The survey provided qualitative measures necessary to assess students’ attitudes towards the SMART interactive whiteboard versus the traditional whiteboard. The surveys include five questions scaling different degrees of responses about the...
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    • 4 display a computer's video output on the interactive whiteboard, which then acts as a big touch screen (Smart Board, 2011). Instructional technology. The theory and practice of intent, development, use, management, and evaluation of processes and...
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    • 5 participants the necessary tools through lessons and experience to be able to maintain a strong self-image and desire to be physically fit throughout their lives. Each student will focus on building or maintaining her own “self.” Lessons will be...
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    • 91 Fireman’s Medicine Ball Carry Objective: Students will learn some aerobic and strength exercises they may do without leaving their backyard. This is an objective that teaches fitness can be fun if we will just relax and play. Differentiation:...
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    • El Paso, 482; illus., 490; goes back to Mexico, 483; death, 492; headstone, 493 Lunt, Seth, born, 478 Lunt, Sylvan, 485 Lunt, Thomas, brother, 3; invest in gold mine, 4; account of 185-6 Lunt, Thomas Amos, mote history of Ann Gower, 247; born, 308;...
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    • how to implement and use iPads on a daily basis with an assigned coach. The third step has the coaches work with the teacher throughout the year (Krzystowczyk , 2013). Another idea for helping teaches begin to set up curriculum using technology is...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 119 character education programming was most effective at the elementary level in two respects: students and teaches felt positively about the program, and, they agreed on their assessment of the program. The most...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 40 “feelings of increased order and security” because bullying decreased, explicit leadership roles were fulfilled responsibly, and everyone was more empathetic and approachable “as a result of practicing the...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 57 question, “What DON’T you like about TLIM program?”, 17 students (50% of the students surveyed), students wrote, “Nothing” or “I like everything.” These students elaborated: “Nothing, because it is a really...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 58 think it’s just a joke and that’s not OK,” and “I do not like that some people are not being proactive.” Seven students specifically mentioned TLIM program’s effect on their academic work or success in school....
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 59 two students stated that they liked TLIM program because “there are less fights” and “it will make bullying stop and make the school change.” Regarding morality, two different students noted, “It teaches what...

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