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    • 1 Chapter 1 Introduction – Nature of the Problem It is well known that students go through what is commonly referred to as “the fourth grade slump.” Research presented by Hall, Sabey, & McClellan (2005) and Fang (2008) has shown that this “slump”...
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    • 1 GOODYEAR SHOE | REPAIR SHOP 1 REX CHRISTENSEN, Prop. | | Cedar City, Utah \S VARIETY STORE W. Scott Mitchell, Mgr. | General Electrical Appliances | Paints and Hardware | Phone 2511 - - Parowan, Utah| •<*>,...
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    • 10 philosophy that educators can recognize signs that indicate a potential for inappropriate behavior (Murdick, 1996). It is preferable to prevent inappropriate behaviors rather than wait until after the behaviors occur before responding. Students...
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    • 18  students will be given opportunities to clarify and restate what they are saying (this process is called “revoicing”);  teachers will ask other students to restate what a student has said in order to further clarify understanding;  students...
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    • 21 Problems With Implementation Several issues have been identified during the implementation of teaching mathematics using problem-centered instructional methods. Teachers have demonstrated a need to receive training on how to effectively teach...
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    • 22 concept. This may be due to findings that students and parents blame teachers if concepts are not easily understood and problems are difficult. Recent research also shows that over ninety percent of elementary teachers demonstrate mathematics...
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    • 26 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design The following checklist can help you to evalu-ate the quality and effectiveness of your own (or any) web site. 1. Is there a notable consistency in the site? In other words do all the pages appear to be...
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    • 27 due to planting the seeds of opportunity. Once the myriad of careers were presented, the students had ideas about what interested them and what did not and more importantly what training or education is required for each of the...
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    • !37 means of paying for things. This meant that using ATMs was the only means of being able to pay for things. Unfortunately, this also meant that ATMs were always busy near me. One day in particular, I went to my bank hoping to withdraw some...
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    • 41 misunderstand someone. So many times I read a text from someone and I have no clue how they were trying to say what they were saying. The only emotion we get through a text is from the little “emoji” faces, and most of the time they make the...
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    • 44 Another student perceived online Socratic Seminars as being a beneficial way to diversify the curriculum and cater to the needs of different students. She explained, It all depends on the person. Some people online . . . think this is the one...
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    • 50 student conversation skills, and the class environment; likewise, they suggested that online Socratic Seminars positively affect the quantity and quality of comments, plus interpersonal relationships. This extends Coke’s (2008) and Copeland’s...
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    • 54 how to explain them more clearly. The teacher was better able to address punctuation questions because she herself learned how to communicate the grammar rules in a better way. For instance, rather than tell students that commas are used for...
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    • 58 Crater Tour Guests will need to make reservations to participate in this activity. When the first group/individual signs up, call the Homestead Crater at 435-654-1102. Make reservations for 13 people under Marriott Summit Watch and verify the...
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    • 58 Hamatake Ellsworth, S. (1999, July 7). Tough task for teachers: Waiting (twice) for an answer. Christian Science Monitor. p. 16. Jewell, V. (2005). Continuing the community: Suggestions for using online discussion boards. The English Journal,...
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    • !64 Alcohol), which he said he brought to drink with friends. Despite my having already told him that we didn't drink, he said he would bring it anyways. Realizing that I shouldn't push the issue, I relented and away we went. (As an aside, I should...
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    • 65 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Provide opportunities for extended practice Use learning tools and aids Adjust workload and time requirements Present information and have students demonstrate learning in multiple ways Teach memory...
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    • 68 I really enjoyed each of the presentations that I attended. I specifically chose the sessions based on what I needed and what I believed would help me in my classroom the most. I would like more time with the vendors because I needed to give up...
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    • 7 scaffolding, neither of which have been effective in increasing low-response student participation. The fishbowl method of discussion involves half of the class in a discussion, while the other half acts as active observers. Young (2007)...

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