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  1. classroom management techniques

    14. Which of the following is part of the strategy of modifying behavior? A. Analyze the behavior that needs changing. B. Inform the student that he or she needs to change his or her behavior. C. Ignore students who demonstrate a need for attention. D.
  2. classroom management techniques

    14. Which of the following is part of the strategy of modifying behavior? A. Analyze the behavior that needs changing. B. Inform the student that he or she needs to change his or her behavior. C. Ignore students who demonstrate a need for attention. D.
  3. teachers aide

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  4. Classroom Management Techniques

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  5. LiFe Sciences..

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  6. English

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  7. behavioral science

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  8. English

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  9. Psychology

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  10. Eng 2

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  11. child care

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  12. English

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  13. Adult Development and life Assessment

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  14. college,Business(Information Systems Strategy)

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  16. English

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  17. child day care management

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  18. Child Care

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  19. science

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  20. APUSH

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  21. teachr aide pnnfoster

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  22. English

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  23. Political science

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  24. Honors biology

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  25. crj220

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  26. Psychology

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  27. L.O

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  28. Life orientation

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  29. Life Orientation

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  30. Algebra

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  31. Life orientation

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  32. Lo

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  33. L.O

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  34. International Business: Please Check Answer

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  35. Life orientation

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  36. precalculus

    analyze the graph of f(x)=(x+3)x-1)^2 x and y itercepts; end behavior; and maximum number of turning points
  37. life orientation

    analyze the impact of risky teenage behavior on others by referring to the following spheres of well-being -social -physical emotional
  38. Life orientation

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  39. Life orientation

    Analyze the impact of risky teenage behavior on other by referring to the following spheres of well being: -social -physical -emotional
  40. Life orientation

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  41. Life orientation

    Analyze the impact of risky teenage behavior on others by referring to the social ,physical, emotional spheres of well being
  42. Life orientation

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  43. Lehlabile

    Analyze the impact of risky tteenage behavior on thers by referring to the following spheres of well being Social Physical Emotional
  44. Psychology

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  45. Math

    1. Use the points in the diagram to name the figure shown. Then identify the type of figure. A line goes through points C and D. modifying above Upper C Upper D with two-way-arrow, line modifying above upper D upper C with right arrow, ray modifying above
  46. Business

    Young, innovative, or high-tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring history or attempting to do something radically new. In what ways might this strategy help them? In what ways might this strategy hinder them?
  47. fuuast

    young, innovative, or high-tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring history or attempting to do something radically new.in what ways will this strategy help them? in what ways this strategy hinder them?
  48. fundamental of management

    young innovative or high tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring history of attempting to do something radically new.in what ways will this strategy help them?in what ways will this strategy hinder them/
  49. management

    young innovative or high tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring history of attempting to do something radically new.in what ways will this strategy help them?in what ways will this strategy hinder them/
  50. Business

    Young, innovative, or high-tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring history or attempting to do something radically new. In what ways might this strategy help them? In what ways might this strategy hinder their efforts?
  51. AED

    Select one strategy from your list. Cultural Diversity Then How can this strategy be applied to both types of learners you identified? Can this single strategy be effective for all learners? Why or why not? the other one i chose was lang. but they are not
  52. business

    Young, innovative, and high-tech firms often adopt the strategy of ignoring historical management approaches and attempting to do something radically new. In what ways will this strategy help them? In what ways will this strategy hinder them?
  53. Criminal Justice

    According to differential association theory, how does learning criminal behavior differ from learning other types of behavior? A. Learning criminal behavior is much more a peer group experience. B. Learning criminal behavior is a matter of imitation. C.
  54. English Comp

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  55. child day care management

    When properly executed, the behavior management strategy known as time-out becomes A.a positive reinforcer B. more effective then logical consequences. Ca conversation between child and adult. D. suitable punishment for misbehavior. pls help me is it D
  56. economics

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  57. Algebra

    analyze the graph f(x)=(x-2)^3(x-3)^2(x-4) a)end behavior: find the power function that the graph of f resembles for large values of absolute value of x
  58. English

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  59. math

    Which of the following is the correct way to name the entire figure shown? A line has 4 points. From left to right, the points are M, unlabeled point, unlabeled point, N. A. Modifying Above Upper M Upper N with two-way-arrow B. The image shows a ray MN. C.
  60. marketing

    Imagine you are creating a marketing plan for a company that will sell kites. as you consider the marketing program what types of strategy should you consider including in the plan. Propose one specific example of each type of strategy that you are
  61. Science

    Instinct differs from learned behavior in that instinctive behavior: A. does not change; learned behavior does. B. is acquired; learned behavior is genetic. C. is adaptive; learned behavior is not. D. All of these answers are true. is it A 2. The carrying
  62. Math

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  63. Economics

    Two-Part Tariff Problem Suppose that each of a firm’s customers has the following demand curve: P = 20 – 2Q. Suppose also that the firm’s total cost function is TC = 8Q. The firm is considering three pricing strategies. Strategy 1: A single per unit
  64. Language Arts

    Give an example of a topic for an informational essay that would allow you to use a definition strategy. Explain why your topic fits this organizational strategy. My question: What does it mean by organizational strategy?
  65. spanish literature

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  66. College Algebra

    Using the 7 steps outlined in section 4.3 of your book, analyze the graph of the following function: R(x) = x^2 - 49/x^4 - 16 Step 1: Factor the numerator and denominator of R and find its domain. If 0 is in the domain, find y-intercept, R(0), and plot it.
  67. Caring for School-Age Children

    When properly executed, the behavior management strategy known as time-out becomes A.a positive reinforcer B.more effective than logical consequences C.a conversation betwen child and adult D. suitable punishment for misbehavior I chose the letter A. Can
  68. Healthcare

    Suggest an organizational strategy that you think would be effective for a health care organization. Recommend a key HIT tactic that would support the implementation of the strategy selected. Justify your response. •Analyze the role of a CEO or CIO in a
  69. Focus on the Caregiver

    The most effective way to help a child learn new behavior is to A. teach it during story time. B. model the behavior whenever appropriate. C. read about the behavior to the child. D. show videos that teach the new behavior. my answer is b.
  70. English

    He won first prize for the solar lamp in the science fair. (What is the meaning of 'for' in the sentence? Is 'for the solar lamp' an adjective phrase modifying 'prize' or and adverbial phrase modifying 'won'?)
  71. social studies

    Personality psychologists are concerned with ______________ in a given situation. average behavior crowd behavior individual differences in behavior all of these
  72. criminal justice 255

    Describe and apply six law enforcement strategies from Chapter 6 of Defending the Homeland. For each: Label the strategy as proactive, reactive, or both. Describe the strategy: What is it, and what is required to execute the strategy? List the top
  73. Communication

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  74. managerial economics

    Players A and B are playing a simultaneous moves game and both can choose either strategy S1 or strategy S2. If both choose S1 both receive 0. If both choose S2 both receive -2. If their chosen strategies differ they both receive -4. (a)Write out a table
  75. grammar/ adverbs

    I'm trying to locate all adverbs in these two sentences. 1. You spoke too hastily. 2. They have written it twice now. In 1. I know "hastily" is an adverb. Would "too" be an adverb modifying hastily? In 2. I know "now" is an adverb. Would "twice" be an
  76. language arts

    Which strategy could be used to determine the meaning of an analogy? (1 point) Determine whether another comparison could be added. Find language that is literal. Rewrite the analogy in literal terms. Analyze the connection between what is being
  77. psychology

    One reason punishment fails to produce the desired effect is that it: A)is often given too soon after the unacceptable behavior B)teaches what to do,but it doesn't teach what to do C)gives positive reinforcement to the behavior D) becomes a secondary
  78. psychology

    One reason punishment fails to produce the desired effect is that it: A)is often given too soon after the unacceptable behavior B)teaches what to do,but it doesn't teach what to do C)gives positive reinforcement to the behavior D) becomes a secondary
  79. Early Child Ed. -- Need help!

    Would you please check these questions and my answers? Let me know the ones I have wrong and need to recheck. 1. Many self-care tasks can be taught through: A. adaptive behaviors B. self-determination C. fencing D. chaining 2. The concept of
  80. English

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  81. accounting information system

    Brisbane Ltd has always had a strategy of product differentiation; that is, providing high quality products and extracting a price premium from the market. During the recent economic downturn, Brisbane Ltd has seen its customer base diminish and has
  82. business

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  83. business

    compare and contrast Rational (formal) model for strategy- emergent strategy
  84. business

    compare and contrast Rational (formal) model for strategy- emergent strategy
  85. Applied Dog Behavior

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  86. management organization

    In what ways innovative or high tech firms often adopt strategy ignoring history this strategy helps them ?
  87. Strategic Management

    A multidomestic strategy is similar to a transnational strategy. True or False?
  88. TEACHING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS,

    Which of the following is not a strategy a teacher might use in an exploratory play activity? A. Observe attentively and silently. B. Use a challenge statement such as "Make a pattern with three different colors." C. Use a behavior-reflection statement
  89. teaching in early childhood programs

    Which of the following is not a strategy a teacher might use in an exploratory play activity? A. Observe attentively and silently. B. Use a challenge statement such as "Make a pattern with three different colors." C. Use a behavior-reflection statement
  90. AP English

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  91. marketing

    What are the strategic implication of a puch strategh vs. a pull strategy? For example, do you think one type of strategy has greater long-range implications than the other?
  92. guidance

    Which one of the following is not a way to foster prosocial behavior? A. Exhibit aggressive behavior.B. Create an environment that encourages helping and cooperation.C. Use reasoning.D. Be a model of prosocial behavior. A.
  93. guidance

    Which one of the following is not a way to foster prosocial behavior? A. Exhibit aggressive behavior.B. Create an environment that encourages helping and cooperation.C. Use reasoning.D. Be a model of prosocial behavior. My answer is D
  94. college: psychology

    3. Define proactive & retroactive inhibition. Create a memory strategy to help you remember & discriminate between them. Explain this strategy well enough so that a reader could learn to use it.
  95. modern retail management process and retail servic

    Evaluate the term ‘functional strategy’ & ‘overall business strategy’.
  96. English

    Analyze the childhood world of Jem, Scout, and Dill and their relationship with Boo Radley in Part One? Help me?
  97. lang arts

    Option 1: Ebenezer Scrooge’s character changes between Act 1 and Act 2 of A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley. In an essay, describe these changes and analyze how dramatic elements such as stage directions and dialogue shape Scrooge’s character.
  98. business operations

    Create process flow diagrams that illustrate the use of each of the following strategies: Make-to-stock strategy Assemble-to-order strategy Make-to-order strategy Describe how the Internet-based electronic data interchange (EDI) would be useful. Prepare a
  99. psychology

    1. Choose a behavior you would like to shape on someone you know. Select a terminal and initial behavior and the steps you would use to shape the behavior. Would you utilize punishment or reinforcement? Would fixed or variable outcomes play a role in your
  100. English

    1. Let's find out more about the singer. (What is the part of speech of 'more' in this sentence? Is 'more' the object of 'find out'? Or is 'more' an adverb modifying 'find out'?) 2. You look like your mom. 3. You resemble your mom. 4. You are similar to

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