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    Linderman, Regan
    This project explored the requirements and funds necessary to develop a series of ongoing workshops that teaches teens and young adults in Stanislaus County how to cook for themselves on a limited budget. The workshops are intended to support and buil . . .
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    Seagraves, Blake
    The motivation behind this project and business plan was the author’s life-long goal of owning a restaurant and serving the community. The purpose of this business proposal was to define the complete process for setting up a restaurant that focuses on . . .
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    Ferrell, Eva Jeanette
    This project explored how green building construction impacted a commercial construction company in Stockton, California. Through an examination of green building construction as well as general commercial construction in the Stockton area, the author . . .
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    Luo, Gabrielle Marie
    Creativity is an intrinsic aspect of being human and having the resources to be able to express it freely within life is an essential priceless asset. Despite this innateness, humanity currently faces a difficulty in being able to access and express i . . .
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    Faatiga, Iveth
    Fluency is a critical factor in reading development. Reading fluency is the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. Although reading fluency is important, it is often neglected in classroom instruction. This thesis project examine . . .
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    Boyington, Victoria
    This project was developed as a one-day professional development workshop created to educate K-5 teachers, support staff, and administrators about the new California Guidelines for dyslexia and to then empower them to support students with dyslexia in . . .
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    Rojas, Luserito
    Middle school students with mild to moderate disabilities do not have full understanding of their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). As a result, students are not benefiting from their special education services thus, hindering their potential to . . .
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    Martinez, Jocelyn
    Trauma occurs when someone feels intensely threatened by an event they are involved in or witness. In the classroom, educators continue to misunderstand behavior of traumatized students in the classroom. It’s often seen that these students just don’t . . .
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    Via, Kimberly
    Little is known about how the child welfare system provides grief and loss psychoeducation to foster youth. Oftentimes, the Independent Living Skills Program (ILSP) curriculum does not include grief and loss among its list of covered topics. With thir . . .
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    Yepez, Lizette
    This project focused on the development and implementation of a presentation that would bring awareness to child sexual abuse. The purpose of this project was to expand upon the education being received by non-minor dependents through the Independent . . .