• Educators as a Community
    Curriculum Influences on Growth in Early Reading Fluency for Students with Academic and Behavioral Risks: A Descriptive Study DEBRA M. KAMPS, HOWARD P. WILLS, CHARLES R. GREENWOOD, STEPHANIE THORNE, JUNELYN F. LAZO, JENNIFER L. CROCKETT, JUDY MCGONIGLE AKERS, AND BRENDA L. SWAGGART E DUCATORS...
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  • Causal Factors of Ebd
    Running head: CAUSAL RISK FACTORS Causal Risk Factors Sharon O'Keefe Grand Canyon: SPE 513 October 5, 2011 Causal Factors coincide Identifying and understanding the causes of Emotional and Behavioral Disorder (EBD) can help in developing successful interventions and prevention strategies...
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  • China
    Change Mitigation Policy Development: Structures, Processes and Outcomes Liguang Liu Florida International University, lliu003@fiu.edu Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/etd Recommended Citation Liu, Liguang, "Understanding China’s Climate Change Mitigation Policy...
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  • The health and safety impact of construction project features
    Despite the established significance of underlying accident causes to health and safety (H&S), and the persistent reporting of the underlying accident causal influence of construction project features (CPFs) which emanate from pre-construction decisions, no empirical research has focused on CPFs in terms...
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  • Public Relation
    refers to the policies, programs, administrative actions and operations undertaken to address a natural or man-made disaster through preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery. Although the actions taken to address a specific disaster vary depending on the hazard, four objectives of disaster management...
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  • Edsp Study Guide
    difficulty making or maintaining interpersonal relationships, have deficits in learning that are not explained by sensory, intellectual or health factors, and have inappropriate behavior or feelings under normal circumstances * Pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression, and/or the tendency to develop...
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  • Root Cause Analysis
    performance criteria. Some of the important performance characteristics of root cause analysis tools include the ability to find root causes, causal interdependencies, factor relationships, and cause categories. Root cause analysis tools must also promote focus, stimulate discussion, be readable when complete...
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  • How to Test a Business Theory
    observed in the data. The test result is either a confirmation or a disconfirmation of the hypothesis. Step 7. Formulate the implications of the test result for the theory. Implications of the test result for the theory depend on the number of preceding tests, their results, and the characteristics of the...
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  • Attributions in Crisis Communication
    organization-public relationships, the focus of research in public relations has shifted from evaluating communication processes or outcomes to examining the factors that influence the development and maintenance of mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and publics (Bruning, 2002). Public relations...
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  • Syllabus
    on factors relating to current practices, identification, characteristics, and educational adaptations. The course focuses on issues related to mildly disabled, severely disabled, emotionally and behaviorally disordered, mentally retarded, and gifted students. Policies Faculty and students/learners...
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  • Celebrity Endorsers
    Americans view endorsed products more positively in the presence of self-oriented negative information, a possible suspension of the famous fundamental attribution error in human judgment. Implications for advertising practitioners are discussed. THE RAPID ADVANCE of media technology and its expanding reach...
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  • Addiction of Internet and Performance of a Third Year Student
    publication. This paper attempts to replicate the results reported in the press release using three data sets: one with a large sample of undergraduate students from the University of Illinois at Chicago, another with a nationally representative cross sectional sample of American 14– to 22–year–olds, as well...
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  • Consumption and Expenditure Patterns on Daily Meals of Uplb Students Who Are Residing in Dormitories
    CONSUMPTION AND EXPENDITURE PATTERNS ON DAILY MEALS OF UPLB STUDENTS WHO ARE RESIDING IN DORMITORIES March 24, 2008 I. INTRODUCTION A. Significance of the study According to John Maynard Keynes, the discussion of consumption and expenditure are important to economics, environmentalism, geographical...
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  • Early Preagnancy
    pregnancy, policy makers must renew their focus on adjusting the sexual health education courses in the public high schools nationwide to better suit student needs. A variety of prevention initiatives are implemented on a yearly basis, with varying effectiveness. As such, further investigation into adolescent...
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  • Operational Risk
    actuaries can develop a new framework to monitor/review, establish context, identify, understand and decide what to do in terms of the management and mitigation of operational risk. It suggests categorisations of risk to help analyses and proposes how new risk indicators may be needed, in conjunction with...
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  • research
    situation, or a group. To determine the frequency with which something occurs or with which is associated with something else. To test a hypothesis of a causal relationship between variables. This study is known as hypothesis testing research studies. Secondary objective of research The desire to get a...
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  • Scientific Thinking
    that has accrued regarding the content of children’s evolving theories within specific domains, less is known about the process by means of 3 which theory revision is accomplished. It is this process that is the concern of the present chapter. How is theory revision possible, is there a single...
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  • Sci 275 Couse Syllabus
    and solutions to environmental issues. Students identify global environmental issues as well as develop and critique environmental action plans. Topics include ecosystems, energy, populations, resources, pollution, and sustainability. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for...
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  • Gender Differences in Test Anxiety
    responses that accompany concern about possible negative consequences or failure on an exam or similar evaluation. The research study question is, “Do males and females significantly differ on their level of test anxiety?” The topic is a significant problem to students as well as counselors as they endeavor...
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  • Group Model Building
    produced are discussed. The investigation demonstrates the feasibility of the approach and its potential to provide additional insights and learning. A possible archetypal structure is also identified and described indicating the possibility of the discovery of further archetypes through this approach which...
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