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  • Arthur L Aikman, Ruth E Bauner, Emerita, Jerry P Becker, Stanford, Douglas Bedient +34 others
  • 2008
leadership. Candidates for the M.A.T. must select the secondary education specialty area and an area of concentration. Upon graduation from the program, M.A.T. students are eligible for only certification to teach in grades 9-12. Those who already possess a bachelor's degree in education are ineligible for the M.A.T. program.] The Department also offers(More)
This document is disSem&ated under the sponsorship of the Department of Transportation in the interest of information exchadge. The United States Government assumes no liability for its contents or use thereof. 6. Abstract This paper gives an overview and summary of the separation requirements for air traffic control in the U.S. National Airspace System(More)
ensory processing refers to taking in information through the senses. All children have neurological processes that help them organize the information coming in from their environment along with sensations from their bodies (Ayres 2005). A child's ability to use this information to respond appropriately to the environment—including sounds, lights, textures(More)
  • Ruth E Bauner, Emerita, Jerry P Becker, Douglas Bedient, Arsene O Boykin, Sharon L Gilbert +37 others
  • 2010
leadership. Candidates for the M.A.T. must select the secondary education specialty area and an area of concentration. Upon graduation from the program, M.A.T. students are eligible for only certification to teach in grades 9-12. Those who already possess a bachelor's degree in education are ineligible for the M.A.T. program.] The Department also offers(More)
While research has shown the important role fathers play in young children's lives, fathers are often not involved in Early Intervention services. This literature review will examine father involvement in early childhood programs in the United States, father involvement in early childhood programs in other countries, and staff perceptions of father(More)
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