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    • 8 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect hadn't arrived. But on Christmas morning, there it was leaning against the wall, all oiled and shining. Wintertime was the season for trapping muskrats, one of his favorite activities. This enterprise, had it...
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    • 9 community and family settings are valued in the development of literacy among students who are not identified with the dominant culture. Factors such as language, culture, ethnicity, and socio-economic status explain patterns of student...
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    • 56 interventions for ELLs with low literacy scores is another way this research has been applied to the learning environment of the classroom to increase literacy experiences. When children interact with multi-literacies, there are high levels of...
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    • 16 area”(Silvermann, 2002). In fact, rote recall of sequential math steps in order to answer math problems leads to a shallow level of understanding (Rapp, 2009). The visual spatial learner has the same probability of being successful...
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    • 33 Roux C, Gill K,Sutton J, Lennard C. A further study to investigate the effect of fingerprint enhancement techniques on the DNA analysis of bloodstains. Journal of Forensic Identification 1999;49(4):357-376. Saviers, K. D. Latent Print Powders....
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    • 6 Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). A few primary goals of IDEA include “providing incentives for whole-school approaches, scientifically based early reading programs, positive behavioral interventions and supports, and early intervening...
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    • 22 Concerns for the Success of RTI Understanding and integration of scientific research is a requirement for good instruction using the RTI format. For this reason, it is imperative teachers not only have strong background in research but also have...
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    • 28 out of respect for the educator’s time as well as to be sure to observe the class for the entire time allotted. An observational protocol (Creswell, 2012) was developed to focus on particular aspects of instruction and classroom dynamics. This...
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    • 36 would be made in moving the group up or down reading levels, adjusting the group members, or pacing the lesson more quickly. Two teachers reported they did not have much of a role in choosing interventions for Tier 2 and 3 interventions. They...
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    • 73 Put together and teach how to use “help-signal” program for when a student gets stuck on seatwork Teach students acceptable, unobtrusive ways to get academic assistance from peers Teach classmates to serve as floating peer-tutors during...
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    • ii ABSTRACT Currently, knowledge of the impact of selection on maize diversity has focused on modern specimens rather than ancient. An expanded understanding of the genetic variation, evolutionary history, and domestication of maize can be gained...
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    • 9 Study Hypotheses Employing molecular methods, this study investigated desiccated maize samples collected from the Anasazi Corngrowers Site (F-448 trench; ~1100 C.E.) in Arizona. Collected samples were identified previously as maize using...
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    • 24 used, only the three positive controls produced results for microsatellite analysis. Since qPCR indicated the presence of double stranded DNA in aDNA samples, amplification may not have occurred during PCR thus preventing the indication of...
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    • THE WEB 7 more detailed technical look at how specific tasks are accomplished. For instance, in the course module explaining web presentation techniques, the workbook explains what Cascading Style Sheets are and how they fit into the broader...
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    • THE WEB 9 making that will help the companies they work for succeed. The Professional Writing and Communication course I took from Dr. Art Challis had obvious implications for writing the workbook. I was able to apply advanced research and writing...
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    • THE WEB 16 containing competencies from many collaborators across the field of web design. The framework is based on six developmental areas (WaSP InterACT, 2012): Foundations, Front-end Development, Design, User Science, Server-side Development...
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    • THE WEB 17 working knowledge of web technology and be familiar with production tools and techniques. The course will be administrated through an online teaching tool such as the “Blackboard” system typically found in institutions of higher...
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    • THE WEB 19 Assignments Each week there will be an assignment due the following week. These assignments include writing papers, developing code and working with web design tools. Course Blog Each week students will be required to write a blog post...
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    • THE WEB 53 Module 12 Final Project For the final project you will design, develop and present a functional website of your own. The project will consist of the following steps: 1. Create a project requirements document 2. Develop a competitive...
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    • THE WEB 65 Introduction 5 If you are a communication professional, this book will give you the exper􀀍􀵴 tise you need to contribute meaningfully to web projects that accomplish your organization’s goals. From research to planning to...

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