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  • Student Leadership Practices Inventory

    five people responded for a 83.3% return. I was quite surprised by the answers from the observers. I found that I rated myself lower than the observers in all five of the categories. I am not sure if this…

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  • Interventions And Implementation Of Developed By Corbin & Strauss (1990)

    The raw data from the interview transcript and survey form were analyzed using the grounded theory approach developed by Corbin & Strauss (1990). The initial coding began after reading the entire interview transcript two times. Following this step, the data was deconstructed line-by- line and codes were assigned to the concepts and processes that these lines represented. Once the entire document was coded, the document was reviewed again with the aim to converge or diverge the data using a…

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  • Bubble Maps

    In the article entitled “Map It Then Write It!” by Kimberly Lott and Sylvia Read, I learned a lot about how beneficial mapping can be before a student begins to write about a certain topic. “Primary students have many options for graphic organizers to help develop writing skills in science” (Lott and Read, 46). This quote from the article really seems to sum up what the article was about because children have so many opportunities to use mapping to make their writing better, especially since…

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  • Identify Types Of Drivers

    characteristics that helps determine how they are labeled. Every driver is different; however, there are three categories that they can be grouped into: the overly cautious driver, the normal driver, and the reckless driver. The overly cautious driver is the first category of vehicle operators and they are known to move extremely slow, go above and beyond to obey all laws, and enjoy the silence. Overly cautious drivers are the easiest to spot on the road because they are always the ones being…

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  • The Importance Of Identity Formation For Children

    Appendix 4 Category Analysis Form 1 P|C|R|I|Participant: Annie|Age:8|Sex: Female| ||||I like doing Harry Potter Lego, I’ve completed the night busI love rabbits, guinea pigs and dogsI think one of my hobbies is using the TV remote controlI’m really good at maths but get stuck on telling the timeI’m not very good at rememberingI like doing things out of my own free will| 3|3|0|0|column totals|Overall total = 6| 50|50|0|0|Percentages(column total / overall total x 100)| Category Analysis…

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  • The Federal Budget Analysis

    a fundamental sense, the federal government is what it spends. Through the budget, the government assists millions of families in meeting basic expenses and provides a financial safety net for the sick, elderly, and other dependent persons” (Professor Allen Schick, “The Federal Budget: Politics, Policy, Processes,” 2007) The Federal Budget of the United States is decided upon by both the President and Congress through a discussion process that often leaves the two parties split on controversial…

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  • National Junior Honor Society Essay

    National Junior Honors Society is a society for kids who exceed in the four categories: leadership, service, character, and citizenship. Being in NJHS would be an amazing opportunity that I hope I can be a part of. I believe that I excell in all of the four categories in many different ways and I am definitely someone that you should consider for the part. One of the categories is leadership and I feel that I am a very good leader that would be great for NJHS. For example, I play competitive…

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  • Social Media Categories Analysis

    Bruner (1957) suggested four stages of how we categorize new stimuli into already learned categories. Primitive categorization being the first stage. Whereby we perceptually isolate an event or persons characteristic qualities with focus on the analysis of features. Secondly we search for cue in already existing categories that contain similar features, if there is a match then there is a ‘feature overlap’. Inferences are made if there is enough of a feature overlap. Comparable to reaching a…

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  • Exemplary Box Analysis

    the categories. I circled the exemplary box for these categories because I strongly feel that I am a respectful and engaged student much more often than not. Obviously I am not perfect and I do not always display perfect behavior but I believe I display good behavior almost always. The only category I circled proficient for instead of exemplary is the “Level of Engagement in Class” category and I will get into detail about why I feel that way later in my essay. The first two categories I want…

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  • The Scale Of Effective School Discipline And Safety Analysis

    Positive Behavioral Support System (PBSS) in the area of Teachers’ Effective Classroom Management Skills. The analysis includes a scale ascending from 1-5 with “1” being excellent in regards to implementing a PBSS and a score of “5” being poor or not ready. Our analysis shows that Lacy Elementary scored an average of 2.2 in this particular section. This is an above average readiness for implantation of a new PBSS. 2.2 falls in the very good category as far as teachers feelings towards the…

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