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Learner autonomy in language learning and teaching
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...learners, autonomy and its influence on education had been the subject of rather many studies. There are several features of autonomous learning in linguistics that have been associated with educational development and performance. These characteristics of autonomous learning are the initiative, resourcefulness and persistence (Cotteral, 1995). In most education systems in the world, as a learner progresses from one grade to another, the need for learner autonomy becomes direr. Studies have since recommended that such learners should be taught more advanced autonomous learning techniques for an enhanced probability to perform... Learner Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching By of [Word Count]...
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Learner Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching
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...learners, autonomy and its influence on education had been the subject of rather many studies. There are several features of autonomous learning in linguistics that have been associated with educational development and performance. These characteristics of autonomous learning are the initiative, resourcefulness and persistence (Cotteral, 1995). In most education systems in the world, as a learner progresses from one grade to another, the need for learner autonomy becomes direr. Studies have since recommended that such learners should be taught more advanced autonomous learning techniques for an enhanced probability to perform... ? Learner Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching By of [Word Count]...
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The Role of Autonomous Learner in Improving his English Language Proficiency
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...Autonomous Learner in Improving English Language Proficiency ment of Purpose This thesis explores the role of the learner in improving English language autonomously. When a motivated beginning learner is given a base of knowledge about autonomous learning, and trained to be autonomous, with minimal oversight, will the learner master the language? This project suggests a program in which learning the language depends on the learner more than on direct teaching. It is suggested for people who want to learn the English language autonomously at home and do not have time, money, access or the desire to participate in formal courses. This project... ?Dissertation Research Proposal Working The Role of the...
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Analyzing Falculty Characteristics in Adult Learning
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...learners are always self-reliant, autonomous, and independent. On this basis, they always have a self-directed goal that they aim to achieve. Based on this characteristic of adults, Fraser and Hyland-Russell (2011) denotes that an online teacher has to act as a facilitator, and their responsibility should be to guide the adult learner in this process of learning. On this basis, the faculty member should have the ability of actively engaging the adult in this process of learning. Fraser and Hyland-Russell (2011) denotes that in as much as the faculty member only acts as a guide, there is a need... Knowles, Holton and Swanson de that the principle of online education has seen an increase in the number of...
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Characteristics
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...characteristics. If we provide a similar set of circumstances and constraints to a group of people, it is very likely that they will behave in the same way (Klein & Kozlowski, 2000) which means that aggregate characteristics are to be focused more than individual-level attributes. This is the macro perspective which is embedded in its sociological genesis and refers to the fact that there can be considerable similarities in people’s social attitude- a behavior that ignores the apparent differences among the individuals. On the contrary, when more focus is maintained on aggregate... characteristics, then it is probable that the individual differences get masked which are...
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Characteristics
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...Characteristics Characteristics Culturally competent care is a responsibility taken up by doctors and other people in the medical profession that they will be considerate towards the different attitudes of patients and respect their cultural beliefs and backgrounds, while keeping them under treatment. The patient wants the doctor to understand his or her values and virtues, and provide them medical care accordingly. Cultural competency comes as a difficult task for many doctors as they have familiarized themselves with different cultural backgrounds, so that communication between them and the patients become easier, and the best possible way of treatment...
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AUTONOMOUS GROUND VEHICLE CONTROL
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...characteristics. Due to lack of human control in these vehicles launched in space, there is a need for setting up autonomous control systems. As such, autonomous control systems in aerospace vehicles would include control systems to deal with hardware failures, docking disturbances, payload articulation and man-motion disturbances[1988... Artificial Intelligence An Overview Introduction Artificial Intelligence is called as such because it is used to support systems and processes whenhuman intelligence is absent. Of the manifold applications of artificial intelligence, a very useful one is in the field of aerospace and advanced vehicles. It can also be effectively used in manufacturing,...
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Learner Training and Learner Autonomy
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...Learner training and learner autonomy Learner training and learner autonomy 1English is seen as the language which gives right of entry to education and technology, which serves as a common means of communication in global trade and commerce and is used as a lingua franca by people who otherwise do not share a language. As an outcome, competence in the language is required by people who need it for instrumental reasons and are not mainly interested in language learning as an educational experience. This means consecutively that they are probable to want the language for restricted domains of use only. As the learners are most likely to be adults whose needs are linked... is to select a number...
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How autonomous are we
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...characteristics which are a combination of obedient, reluctant and autonomous behavior, when it arrives to such situations where they require choosing the right activities and performances in the presence of authority. From the two experiments of Milgram and Zimbardo, it is still unclear that if authority can lead employees to become more moral, because different people can have... ?How Autonomous Are We? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Implication of Milgram’s and Zimbardo’s Work on Employee Morale 4 Discussion on Milgram’s Work 4 Discussion on Zimbardo’s Work 5 What It Means To Be A Moral Employee? 6 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Introduction The experiment piloted by Milgram and Zimbardo...
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Adult Learner
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...characteristics and needs of adult learners are diverse (Bauer & Mott, 1990; Jacoby, 1989). Some studies, for example in the area of career indecision, counseling needs, and cognitive development, indicate that the needs of adult students may be quite similar to those of 18-to 22-year-old college students (MacKinnon-Slaney, 1986; Strange & King, 1981; Warchal & Southern, 1986). The implication drawn from these studies is that services for adult learners could be exactly the same as the services for traditional college students. On the other... [Supervisor’s Adult Learner Article Fiona, MacKinnon-Slaney, The Adult Persistence In Learning Model: A Road Map To Counseling Services For Adult Learners,...
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Learner charateristics
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...Characteristics 5 Types of Learner Characteristics 5 Planning curriculum for Childs 7 A webbed guide to planning curriculum 11 Summary 11 Abstract Closely linked with what we are familiar with of children’s learning characteristics is our sympathetic of how children expand habits of thinking about themselves as learners. Young children are usually careful to be naturally curious, vigorously exploring and keen to learn about all things around them. On the other hand it is frequently lamented that young teenagers are detached from and disaffected by schooling. There are quantities of connected concepts that explain... planning curriculum for the age group TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 3 Assessing...
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Autonomous Development Essay
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...AUTONOMOUS DEVELOPMENT Task Outline i. The choice of materials (methods and a justification as to their sustainability and build ability) ii. An outline programme for the works identifying critical activities & resource smoothing opportunities iii. Measures for Minimizing Construction Waste, Embodied Energy and Carbon Emissions iv. The Best Procurement Method for the Project Autonomous Development The choice of materials (methods and a justification as to their sustainability and build ability) The incorporation of environmentally friendly techniques in the erection of buildings is an upcoming trend that is difficult to disregard. According to Speigel and...
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Adult Learner
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...characteristics and needs of adult learners are diverse (Bauer & Mott, 1990; Jacoby, 1989). Some studies, for example in the area of career indecision, counseling needs, and cognitive development, indicate that the needs of adult students may be quite similar to those of 18-to 22-year-old college students (MacKinnon-Slaney, 1986; Strange & King, 1981; Warchal & Southern, 1986). The implication drawn from these studies is that services for adult learners could be exactly the same as the services for traditional college students. On the other hand, numerous studies... [Supervisor's Adult Learner Article Fiona, MacKinnon-Slaney, The Adult Persistence In Learning Model: A Road Map To Counseling Services...
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Autonomous Vehicles and Software Architectures
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...Autonomous Vehicles and Software Architecture al Affiliation: Autonomous Vehicles There are a number of challenges associated withintegrating applications in autonomous vehicles. To start with, the greatest challenge is who or what to blame in case an accident occurs. Is it the driver of that care, the software failure or the software manufacturer? This is a challenge since any of the three might be the cause of the accident and assessing the situation would take lots of time. Secondly, there is no system which lack faults. For instance, when a computer application fails when a vehicle is in motion, say in a highway, it is extremely dangerous since the probable result of the system failure... Vehicles...
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Autonomous intelligent agent topic tracking system
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...Autonomous Intelligent Agent Topic Tracking System Autonomous Intelligent Agent Topic Tracking System The boolean operations like AND, OR, NOT and other search techniques such as keyword based searching, concept based searching etc. It explains the technicalities of the boolean operations and other search operations such as keyword based search and concept-based search very much in detail. It also discusses one another important aspect called search engine logs – search engine logs is essential for researchers who are studying patterns of web searchers. In most cases, such data sets are not released publicly due to privacy concerns and a data asset license agreement is attached... ?Running Head:...
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Teacher as a Learner
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...learners" is founded on the fundamental notion of education as more than the transmission of information and ideas to s, but the development of students' intellectual capacities, their thinking, and their reasoning. In this respect, effective teachers must also be effective learners who understand the evolving process of education and are committed to: (1) on-going professional development to improve as professionals; (2) integrating education reform strategies to complement teaching methods; (3) and fostering a cooperative partnership between teachers and students encouraging active learning from both parties. First, teachers have a responsibility both to students... The idea of "teachers as...
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English Language Learner Assessments
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...Learner Assessments Number: English Language Learner Assessments Customary grading does not, at all times, tell the entire story. For instance, a teacher might look at a learner who has a "C" and consider that she is simply an average learner, but if the teacher knew that only a few months ago, her grade was an "E", then the teacher could see that the student is making progress (Black, 1998). In order to measure the progress of a student such as Angel, I would initiate a portfolio of her work. At the start of the learning year, I would craft a file for her and other students. I would keep some model assignments in the folder all through the year. As the year goes on, it would... ? English Language...
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Discussion: Learner-Centered Principles
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...Learner-Centered Principles centered learning involves departing from teacher centered education and focusing on student needs. This paper will focus on what student centered learning entails. The paper will also articulate on principles of student learning and ways in which they are congruent with nursing caring theory. Introduction: student centered learning The major focal point in student centered learning is on the needs of the students. This is different from teacher centered learning approach where the teacher takes center active role while students take a passive role (Blumberg, 2008). Student centered teaching approach include active learning, whereby students solve problems... Discussion:...
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Adult Learner Interview Assignment
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...learner – someone who participates in adult learning activities? The most important thing for me as an adult learner is that the things I am learning are relevant to my life. I have no interest in doing something in a class that does not make me a better person or a better employee. I like to learn things that apply to my job and my interests. Being made to sit in a class that I have no interest in is pure torture. What barriers to learning do you encounter as an adult? One of the biggest barriers I have in my learning is I struggle to pay attention to a lecture for more than a few minutes. I can’t stand listening to some one just... What adult learning activities have you participated in? I have...
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Profile of a Learner
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...Learner Profile of a Learner Introduction After completing my studies, I began teaching health and Social Care, getting an opportunity to put my knowledge in practice. One of the issues that I have noticed during my teaching period is that different students have different learning abilities. As a teacher, I have to make sure each student gains from the course by trying as much as possible to accommodate their needs in my teaching methods. My current class consists of students with a wide range of capabilities, talents and learning abilities. As a teacher, I have had to change my teaching mode in order to enhance learning outcomes of each of the students. In this essay, I will profile... ? Profile of a...
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Adult Learner Interview
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...learner who learns when the lecture is delivered by the means of visual aids. The theory applicable here is the Social Learning Theory where people tend to learn things from experience and observation. In the context of the learning process undergone by Henry, it can be stated that during the first few months of his profession he... ? In order to gather the Adult Learning experience of a person above 25 years of age, it is necessary for the interviewer to know the background of the person. I chose Henry a young man of 27 for the interview process. The person has a graduation degree in management and presently he is working as the customer care professional in a software development firm. The firm deals...
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U02d1 Adult Learner
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...Learner Introduction: Change is the only irreplaceable thing in every person’s life. We change from the time we are born to time we die. Our life has several stages, and each stage brings about numerous changes to our living. One of the various stages of our lives includes the stage of adulthood. Adulthood has been defined as, “Period in the human life span in which full physical and intellectual maturity have been attained. Adulthood is commonly thought of as beginning at age 20 or 21” (The Free Dictionary, 2009). This paper will deal with my reactions to being an adult learner and I will also develop a study title for a research. The research title has been developed to study the meaning... Adult...
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English Language Learner
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...Learner Observation and A). The teaching situation in the room can be said to be effective forlearning. The teacher has ensured that the classroom is arranged in such a way that the learners have adequate space to be comfortable in the classroom. The desks have been arranged in well organized rows that make it easy for the teacher to go to every individual student when the need arises. The children have enough space to go to the front of the classroom and answer the questions asked by the teacher as seen in the video. The learners sit two-by-two because two desks have been joined together. This arrangement makes the learner comfortable enough to be in the classroom and learn... ? English Language Learner ...
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Charateristics of the Gifted Learner
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...Characteristics of the Gifted Learner Using your research s and your graphic organizer as the contentoutline, the current paper is hereby written using the following prompt as the focus of work: (1) Using two constructive and two non-constructive characteristics of the Gifted Learner, a definition of the characteristics and discussion of their impact on instruction would be presented; (2) a notation of how these characteristics can impact the classroom and either promote or hinder effective instruction would be proffered; and finally, (3) a determination of what can be done as a teacher...
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Adult Learner Interview Assignment
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...learner who learns when the lecture is delivered by the means of visual aids. The theory applicable here is the Social Learning Theory where people tend to learn things from experience and observation. In the context of the learning process undergone by Henry, it can be stated that during the first few months of his profession he... In order to gather the Adult Learning experience of a person above 25 years of age, it is necessary for the interviewer to know the background of theperson. I chose Henry a young man of 27 for the interview process. The person has a graduation degree in management and presently he is working as the customer care professional in a software development firm. The firm deals...
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Adult Learner Interview
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...learner. Hearing her describe the need to move and manipulate objects to gain a sense... Learning Outside the Cubicle The person that I am interviewing for this project is Becky. She is 32 and works as a professional IT manager. She has an MBA in addition to her undergraduate degree in Information Technology Development and Management from an internationally recognized university. Becky is single, Caucasian and would be considered moderately affluent by American standards. She has plenty of discretionary income that she uses to support a number of hobbies, causes and political candidates. This affluence, and the fact that she does not have many family obligations, has allowed her to pursue a number...
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Diverse Learner Education Essay
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...Learner Exercise 1. How can the above development stages influence individual’s choice of education? These stages play a very important role at defining how individual’s choice of education is manifested. This can be true in the case of pre-adulthood, early adulthood, middle adulthood and late adulthood stages. He would seek education which is as close to his age and the kind of development that he is looking forward to bringing within his folds. The individual’s choice of education is always his own and should be left as such. The development stages speak highly of the ways and means through which he will attain significance within his own line of work and respective field. 2. How can... ?Diverse...
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Facing a Strategy Vector: Autonomous Strategic Action
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...Autonomous Strategic Action Summary and Personal Thoughts: Intel’s chipset business hit off during the 1900s. The chipset venture was successful within Intel. However the top management considered the chipset venture to be a strategic support for the micro processor and not another new business opportunity. This article analyzes the development of the chipset within Intel. Tool III, the process model for internal corporate venturing is used to conclude how the autonomous strategy process in the Intel chipset venture actually worked. Key players who were involved in the development of the chipset included Ron Smith and Eric Mentzler responsible for marketing... Running Head: Facing A Strategy Vector:...
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Teacher as a Learner
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...learners” is founded on the fundamental notion of education as more than the transmission of information and ideas to s, but the development of students’ intellectual capacities, their thinking, and their reasoning. In this respect, effective teachers must also be effective learners who understand the evolving process of education and are committed to: (1) on-going professional development to improve as professionals; (2) integrating education reform strategies to complement teaching methods; (3) and fostering a cooperative partnership between teachers and students encouraging active learning from both parties. First, teachers have a responsibility both to students... system must support...
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English Language Learner
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...characteristics of young English Language Learners? What are the educational backgrounds of the families whose home language is other than English? Gather information about demographics in your state, and discuss how this can impact your work as a teacher.  Young English language learners are hardworking, determined and enthusiastic about learning the English language. Most students that are international students are middle-class and are highly educated. Most international students are from Mexico (44.3%), Polish (6.7%), Korean(1.4%), Italian (2.5%), and Indians (3.1%). As a teacher, it is critical to understand... Define and explain the term “English Language Learners” in...
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Artificial Intelligence techniques used in autonomous car
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...Autonomous cars Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged to be the future in the field of information technology. This paradigm of the science is proposed to develop artificial intelligence into machines and thus automating their actions. In addition, an important mission of artificial intelligence paradigm is to create human like intelligence in machine to reinstate and assist humans in everyday tasks. The basic purpose of this paper is to present a detailed analysis of autonomous cars with a particular focus on AI techniques used in the development of these cars. These cars use different AI techniques. Some of the well-known techniques are outlined... ID # Artificial Intelligence techniques used in...
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Developing autonomous practise in mental health nursing
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...Autonomous Practise in Mental Health Nursing In this essay I will exhaustively describe the care dispensed to a service user reflecting upon an experience that I gained from my semester five clinical placement. I will describe the service user’s history and background to date in detail and by applying a therapeutic model of care, formulation of psychological, physical and social needs of the service user will be provided. Subsequently, based on the information acquired from the formulation, I will strive to identify the service user’s goals and therapeutic nursing interventions as well as clinical review will be conducted in order to determine the outcome of the nursing intervention... Developing...
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Developing Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing
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...Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing Table of Contents Introduction 3 Patients Background and History 3 Stress Vulnerability Model 5 Formulation- Provide Formulation and History of Physical, Psychological & Social Needs 8 Psychological Needs 10 Physical Needs 11 Social Needs 11 Identification of Aims & Goals 12 Therapeutic Nursing Intervention 13 Clinical Reviews 15 Therapeutic Efficacy 16 Conclusion 17 References 18 Introduction The essay is based on a case study of a patient, Mrs. N, suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and poly-substance abuse. In the essay, the personal and psychiatric history of the patient would be provided. Furthermore, the present psychological... , it can be...
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Needs assessment and learner analysis
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...characteristics of the learners, and the knowledge they have concerning early immunization among small children. This will make the program more interesting, since it will stimulate the military parents. To mitigate against unexpected characteristics of the learners, it is important for the designer to be flexible. This is because the audience might come up with more knowledge concerning the issues, therefore challenging the designer (Royse, 2009). Basing on this argument, a successful project must depict some evidence of proper planning, and innovativeness. The learners in my analysis are the military...
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Active, Spiritual, and Autonomous at 72
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...autonomous at 72 18 July Some people think that old people are sickly and controlling. But Shirley Smith, Filipino American and 72 years old, proved me wrong. I interviewed her on July 8, 2012. She had been a teacher for four decades, and she stressed that “one of the crowning achievements” of her life is seeing her students graduate, and they still remember her as their teacher and friend. Her husband died when she was only 52, and she now stays with her older daughter. She has three grandchildren, ages 11, 7, and 5. Like other older adults, she had regrets, especially those that are connected to her youth, but she does not want to change anything at all in her life. For her... ? Active, spiritual, and...
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Charateristics of the Gifted Learner
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...Characteristics of the Gifted Learner Using your research s and your graphic organizer as the content outline, the current paper is hereby written using the following prompt as the focus of work: (1) Using two constructive and two non-constructive characteristics of the Gifted Learner, a definition of the characteristics and discussion of their impact on instruction would be presented; (2) a notation of how these characteristics can impact the classroom and either promote or hinder effective instruction would be proffered; and finally, (3) a determination of what can be done as a teacher of gifted students to promote their interest and enhance their learning experience would be presented... ,...
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Evaluating Learner Performance: Appreciative Inquiry
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...Learner Performance An Overview of AI in Evaluation Appreciative inquiry or AI is a new asset based method in the field of organizations change and development. It mainly aims in identifying what the organization already have and modify it further to develop a better future. Instead of other development approaches by organizations like Total Quality Management, Balance score Card or Continuous Quality Improvement, Appreciate Inquiry looks at the challenges, concerns and issues in a different way. When a problem occurs, instead of finding the root of the situation, it tries to find the process that is working properly in spite of either deviation. They focus on how the organization...  Evaluating Learner ...
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Comprehensive Examination for Capella Learner
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...learners outside of formal educational programs; ICTs encompass distance education methods that can be tailored to diverse populations. -Qualified and trained teachers represent the key to quality teaching and learner motivation... QUESTION 4 In developing countries, public libraries are among the last parts of infrastructure to be put in place Kaya (1994). Current technology can bridge what was once an unbridgeable gap between illiteracy/oral traditions and literacy by making information available to previously unreachable populations. Analyze one such technology installation as it relates to increased literacy. Evaluate how information technology and telecommunications can aid librarianship in...
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How to approach the theme Personal characteristics in a course of ESL*. An example with fashion at lower secondary level. *En
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...characteristics in a of ESL Introduction Language skill integration involves linking four language skills, which are listening, reading, speaking, and writing with the intent of emphasizing real, meaningful communication. The trend toward tertiary ESL instruction parallels cross-curriculum tertiary-level movements for native English speakers, such as writing across the curriculum, reading to write, and writing to read. It also parallels the tertiary foreign language format of immersion, either partial or total. In all of these, the concern is for meaningful content to remain taught in the target language at the same time as language skills are developed. English language learners often... Personal...
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HISM Characteristics
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...Characteristics The system maintains a unique index or identifier for every patient that is registered in the health care organization. This ensures that the patient is only registered... Health Information Management System A health information management system is a process in which health data is recorded, stored, retrieved and processed for decision making. Some of the things included in the decision making are aspects like planning, organizing and control of healthcare facilities at the national, state and general institution levels. In the public health programs HIMS would be majorly concerned with healthcare delivery issues like immunization, disease control programmes, antenatal and...
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Pump Characteristics
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...characteristics of the FM50 pump. The FM50 pump is a dynamic machine which transforms energy by means of an internal impeller. The FM50 is an example of a centrifugal pumping system. The requirements of this pumping mechanism are an area which is clean, and where the fluid being transmitted is of a consistent viscosity. The design of the FM50 centrifugal pump is intended to convert mechanical energy... Table of Contents Summary [3] Introduction [4] Lit Review [5] Theory [6] Methodology [7] Results [7] Conclusion [8] References [9] Data Analysis [11- 15] Summary This is a seven page Harvard citation style laboratory report with seven works cited. The subject of this laboratory report is the ch...
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Entrepreneurial characteristics
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...characteristics and skills that he/she should possess although it depends on people perceptions. Some people would view some skills as necessary while others have a different set of skills which they consider essential for a successful entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is a self-starter who is able to see opportunities and by using creativity and innovation, be able to successfully start a unique business or develop new products. To do this, he/she... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction An entrepreneur according to Nagendra and V.S (2008: 148) is “a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking and assumes risk for the sake of profit.” For one to be an entrepreneur, there are certain...
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Musical Characteristics
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...characteristics of the music of the who can be described by the guitar sound of Pete Townsend and his power chords, which is specifically identified through hard strumming and high levels of amplifier feedback with distortion. The vocals of Roger Daltrey were examples of the prelude to glam rock with his Jesus manifestation in long blond hair and rock god presence. According to Prown and Newquist “The Who were at the forefront …of a pop fashion movement sweeping the country [of England] called Mods…amphetamine popping... ?The Who, Bruce Springsteen, and the Fragmentation of the Music of the 1970s Bruce Springsteen is a musical force that uses a literary sense to drivethe direction of his music as it...
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Musical Characteristics
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...characteristics of the music of the who can be described by the guitar sound of Pete Townsend and his power chords, which is specifically identified through hard strumming and high levels of amplifier feedback with distortion. The vocals of Roger Daltrey were examples of the prelude to glam rock with his Jesus manifestation in long blond hair and rock god presence. According to Prown and Newquist “The Who were at the forefront …of a pop fashion movement sweeping the country [of England] called Mods…amphetamine popping... The Who, Bruce Springsteen, and the Fragmentation of the Music of the 1970s Bruce Springsteen is a musical force that uses a literary sense to drivethe direction of his music as it...
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Leadership Characteristics
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...Characteristics The field of pharmacy is undergoing transformation with pharmacists shifting from product-oriented philosophy to -centric approach. In order to steer this change, pharmacists must be adequately prepared to lead the transformation. Leading change demands unique knowledge, skills and attributes, which make an individual to lead change process. There are many attributes that pharmacy students need in order to become great leaders. However, this paper will only focus on three major attributes: courage, ability to encourage others and commitment. Courage: Courage basically means the willingness to take risk in a bid to achieve one’s desired goals and objectives even where...  Leadership...
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Behavioral Characteristics
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...Characteristics Stem Cell Research Mr. Bush believes that retrieving stem cells from the embryo destroys it, thereby resulting in the killing of a human being that cannot be justified no matter how vast the potential benefits are. Although Mr. Bush believes that destroying an embryo is murder. He wanted to stop commercial interests that are busily destroying embryos in order to obtain stem cells. If this conduct amounts to murder as he contends there is nothing to stop the evil act. Most scientists agree that while adult stem cells offer hope of a cure for some of the cruelest diseases and injuries, embryonic stem cells hold even greater and surer promise. But this greater and surer... ? Behavioral...
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Racial characteristics
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...characteristics 14th May The identity of an individual can be defined in different ways. Society usually indicates one’s identity by race, gender, class, and so on. Personal experience leads me to believe that race is always a significant reason that affects my life. Generally, society usually classifies race by our appearance. Because of my black hair and yellow skin, people know that I’m an Asian straight away. For the case of Panther, John, and Daniel in the God Grew Tired of us, they were identified by their black color. Once my race is identified, it is believed that I must have certain characteristics, such as good at testing and hard working. Practically, stereotypes... Running head: racial...
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Leadership Characteristics
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...Characteristics School Leadership Characteristics Question Self-confidence and trustworthiness are two of the most importantpersonality traits of effective leaders. In fact, self-confidence of a leader gives birth to trustworthiness because a leader can only come upon others’ expectations when he/she is confident about his/her own abilities. Followers judge a leader by his/her self-confidence. If the leader seems self-confident, the followers tend to trust the leader and think that the leader knows what he/she is doing and thus cooperate with the leader to help him/her achieve the goals that are also of interest to the followers. “Student leaders who possess high self concept often strive... Leadership...
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Entrepreneurial characteristics
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...characteristics Introduction Entrepreneurs play an important role in the society through developing innovative ideas; an aspect that improves the living conditions of the people in a society. Nevertheless, not all entrepreneurs are successful. Successful entrepreneurs must possess such characteristics as; Risk taking, Response to change, Egotism and Thoroughness. These ensure that they are able to overcome challenges faced during identification, developing and analysis of an idea (Gerber, 2009). Risk taking Risk taking is defined as a factor thing or element which exposes a person to a certain danger or which has negative impact on the person. Risk taking in business entails... ? Entrepreneurial...
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Autonomous car, also known as a driverless car
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...Autonomous Driverless Cars: Marketing Mix The autonomous driverless car is a phenomenal product. “The design and production of a small number of fully autonomous electric vehicles for local transport as part of fully autonomous fleets is much faster and easier than the design and production of classical cars adapted to the needs of fully autonomous mobility service providers” (Hars, 2014). It is easy and quick to fit the Autonomous Mobility Applique System into most tactical vehicles. The sensors it contains help the cars negotiate obstacles and re-plan their routes as they drive. There is...
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