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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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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 9 body receives information that the movement is occurring, as well as the static position of the joint (Lowe & Merriam, 2006). Stability. Stability is the level at which a person can keep their balance...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 97 are upset with situation or circumstance. Rarely, however, did receptionists in this study believe that angry or upset patients are deliberately upset with the receptionist herself. Further explanation of receptionists...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 100 these questions? You should know.” But then you have to realize that, okay, they’re just patients. They’ve never done it before, so they don’t know. Your perspective once you work in a medical office changes 100%....
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 101 PRODUCTION DESIGN The film integrates historical fiction with historical documentation to create a documentary film that does not feel like a documentary. A documentary that...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 104 healthcare: benefits for receptionists, benefits for patients, and benefits for doctors. The benefits discussed hereafter are broad reaching and general, however it does give universal appeal to the course of study that...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 8 contact was synchronous (though they used different words). Further study is necessary to determine in what ways communication was better with the I-Text system. The differences in opinion with regard to...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 12 the website to more appropriately fit this content analysis. The magazines that were analyzed were issues between January 2010 and December 2011. This research hoped to find themes and connections (or lack thereof) between the types...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 6 Self-Disclosure in the Classroom Self-disclosure in the classroom has historically and typically been associated with the teacher and student relationship. Only a limited amount of research has...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 7 child, individual needs are to be targeted. In addition to targeting student needs, we must allow students time to learn according to those needs (Buffum et al., 2012). Many professionals in education...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 107 emotional and complicated. Receptionists play a role in healthcare. Thus, if patients want a better grasp on understanding healthcare, they would benefit from understanding receptionists. Granted, few patients will ever...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 109 Chapter 6: Conclusion The research done herein regarding medical receptionists’ self-reported viewpoints of the medical field has been a very introductory study. This research begins to give insight as to how...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 111 Most receptionists recognized that system changes had changed all viewpoints of the work they did: patients, doctors, and receptionists alike. For example, Rachel reported, “it’s kind of like nerve racking because it...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 7 most effective (Leung & Kim 2007). While the dual-concern model is often perceived to be superior, some may argue that the model with three conflict strategies is more effective. Lastly, the miscellaneous category of conflict...
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    • 9 discussion that no amount of extrinsic rewards would enlist their engagement in discussion. (2009, p. 186) These teachers posited that assigning points to participation encourages extrinsic motivation and, therefore, decreases actual intrigue in...

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