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    • 10 deprived of learning because of their social isolation and lack of interaction, which affected their overall cognitive functioning. As a result, Vygotsky set out to transform education in Russia by creating new pedagogical styles that would...
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    • 11 class discussion, they still preferred a lecture format. These researchers suggest that students still believe more knowledge will be gained by the “sage” presenting information than through other, peer-collaborative, activities. If teachers...
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    • 112 Chapter 7 HTML end. The area in between will be used to enter the other tags and web content. Your Notepad window should now look like Figure 7.6. Note: the first tag wraps to a new line in the example above but you do not need to wrap it in...
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    • 12 for nor be able to produce (Bolan & Williams, 2008). Movies can showcase a destination‘s natural scenery, historical background, and culture. Austria is not exempt from this phenomenon. Since the release of The Sound of Music in 1965, many...
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    • 162 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver The photo should now be located to the right of the paragraph. If the text appears to be covering the photo, press the F4 key twice. Save the file F4 is a shortcut for View>Hide Panels and al-lows you to view your...
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    • 17 similarly was sentence structure. In the framework of this study, this is not surprising; the hard rules of grammar are the same, regardless of culture or other human factors. AES System Perceptions In a study asking whether MyAccess! users...
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    • 19 school and using a well developed classroom management plan will help teachers to avoid liability issues. Teachers should be advised to develop a classroom management plan with consequences that can be administered exclusively inside the...
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    • 2 “For those who say the primary education role of postsecondary institutions, especially community colleges, is work force development, service learning is viewed as detracting from that role” (Kidder, 2003). Service-learning critics argue...
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    • !22 viewed the interactions I witnessed and was a part of, and these questions will be prominent themes within the content I present. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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    • 26 The extroverted students perceived themselves as participating much more frequently than the introverted students, with 0% of extroverted students perceiving their participation as “Rarely” while 12% of introverted students viewed their...
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    • 27 average. They scored between 70% to 86% on the core test and between 16 – 24 on the ACT, if applicable. Group L was made up of students with a GPA ranging from 3.33 – 4.0, or a B+ to A average. These students scored a B+ or higher percentage...
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    • 28 sections. A post-survey was also given to the participants after each assessment. In this survey, the students rated their experience and their opinions about each test. Samples of these two surveys are available in the appendix...
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    • 37 Chapter 5 Discussion Successful Classroom Behavior Prior research literature indicates that the general classroom is the ideal placement for most students. Taking a preventative approach to student misbehavior and implementing interventions,...
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    • 42 One particularly introverted student did not make any comments during the in-class Socratic Seminar, but then exceeded the required quantity and was labeled with the highest quality for his online posts. He was specifically asked his perception...
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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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    • 51 factors (group size, participation points, content type, and discussion structure) do not affect the participation percentage of the lowest responders (Foster, et al., 2009). Regarding the online Socratic Seminar, the data show that most...
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    • 54 quality of their responses. They noted that the teacher’s participation in the discussion gave credibility and value to their opinions and ideas. This relates to Connolly’s (2002) research that teachers cannot remove themselves entirely from...
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    • 7 into the American education system. School gardens had the greatest success when there was government support. School gardens were consistently viewed as a beneficial teaching tool. Historical barriers to school gardens have continued to create...
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    • 70 Significance of Study This study was significant in understanding why school gardens were not more common, given their educational value, and provided ways interested school districts could overcome typical barriers to the development of school...

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