• Learning Experiences(to Kill a
    One of the principal aims of To Kill a Mockingbird is to subject the narrator to a series of learning experiences and then observe how much she profits from her experiences. There is rarely a chapter that does not teach Scout something new or does not build toward a new learning experience....
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  • Learning Disabilities Literature Review
    Literature Review March 6, 2003 The first of the ten articles to be discussed examined a training program that consisted of an individualized, classroom-based social skills intervention. In the study, there were 45 children with learning disabilities 9-12 years old. These children we...
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  • Assessing the Quality of Early Years Learning Environments
    Assessing the Quality of Early Years Learning Environments Abstract This article describes a means of evaluating early years classrooms from the perspective of the child's experience. Nine key themes, such as motivation and independence, are identified as representing significant aspects of a...
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  • E Learning
    E-Learning INDIA IS embracing e-learning in a big way. India has learned lessons from the success of the e-way in the West and today the grim educational picture is being replaced by e-governance’s-classroom, e-tutorials. It is a matter of pride for the country in general and agencies in partic...
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  • Public Libraries and Learning Communities
    “Public Libraries in Learning Communities” A Research Paper Adele Kenneally (Recipient of Marjory Ramsay Scholarship, 2002) November 2003 Acknowledgments The Library Board of Victoria funded this study project through a $15,000 Margery C. Ramsay scholarship awarded in 2002. Th...
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  • Process-Based Assesment for Profesional Learning in Higher Education
    International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  ISSN: 1492-3831 Volume 11, Number 2. May – 2010 Process-Based Assessment for Professional Learning in Higher Education: Perspectives on the Student-Teacher Relationship Peter Bergström Umeå University, Sweden Abstract This...
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  • Improving the Performance of Sss1 Students in Finding the Area of a Trapezium Through the Use of Relevant Teaching and Learning Materials (Tlms) in the Sunyani Secondary School
    Chapter one Introduction Background to the study Accomplished teachers use multiple paths to knowledge to help students learn and facilitate understanding. Such teachers know that students learn in different ways and use different modalities to take in information and demonstrate knowledge. I...
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  • Observational Learning of Violent Behavior
    Today violence has become an every day experience in life. Playing video games or turning on the television, and flipping through the channels at random, you will most likely stumble upon various forms of violence. Does it desensitize or help us tolerate violence? And the most controversial issue...
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  • Distance Learning for Dietetic Internship
    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1. Introduction Dietetic internship programs are an integral step in the process of becoming a registered dietitian. Following the completion of didactic program in dietetics (DPD) courses and obtaining a baccalaureate degree, students whose goal is to work as a...
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  • Learning Organization
    I. INTRODUCTION The evolution of "Organizational Learning" has started in 1938 when John Dewey, in his book "Experience and Education", publicized the concept of experiential learning as an ongoing cycle of activity. But, how did this concept emerge? Or, what does it really mean for the business...
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  • Strategic and Practical Issues Involved in Creating a Learning Organization.
    Current businesses face many challenges: tough global competition, rapid technology change and increased pressure from consumers are only a few to name. Ability to adapt quickly to this fast changing environment became crucial for the survival of the company, thus knowledge and continuous learning i...
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  • Learning Disabilities
    Learning Disabilities When a child doesn't seem to be learning, some teachers and parents in his/her life might criticize the child and think of them as stupid, or maybe just too lazy to want to learn. What they don't realize is that the child might have a learning disability. But how are these...
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  • Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
    Lund Institute of Economic Research Working Paper Series Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning: Fundamental Concepts for Theory and Practice 2005/3 Ron Sanchez Ron Sanchez, Professor of Management Copenhagen Business School, Solbjergvej 3 - 3rd floor, DK-2000 Frederiksberg, Denm...
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  • Focusing on One Specific Learning Disability Analyse the Learning Deficits of Children Affected. Use a Psychology of Instruction Model to Structure Your Analysis.
    Focusing on one specific learning disability analyse the learning deficits of children affected. Use a psychology of instruction model to structure your analysis. Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder characterised by a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperact...
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  • The Cooperative Education Learning Model as an Integral Part of Higher Education:
    ABSTRACT Cooperative Education plays an integral part in 38 academic degree programs at the University of Cincinnati. It adds a dimension to students’ educational experiences that has long-term and career-relevant impacts. As the inventor of cooperative education, the University of Cincinnati i...
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  • Learning Styles
    Running head: LEARNING STYLES OF OUR LIVES Learning Styles of Our Lives Parker, Bobby American Military University Learning Styles of Our Lives We are faced with many different learning experiences. Some of these experiences have made a better impact than others. We can at...
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  • Service Learning and the Hope Center
    Service Learning and the Hope Center On an average night in Detroit, MI, there are around 9,500 individuals and families without a place to stay, according to the Wayne State Research Group on Homelessness and Poverty (2002). Because of this fact, there is a desperate need...
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  • Communities of Practice: an Important Role in Adult Learning
    Communities of Practice: Looking Deeper Learning is an essential part of human nature. According to Webster’s dictionary, “learning” is defined as the modification of behavioral tendency by experience. Without the ability to learn and adapt to our environment, our species would have died...
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  • Learning
    Learning Styles and Adaptive Flexibility: Testing Experiential Learning Theory Charalampos Mainemelis Richard Boyatzis David A. Kolb WP 99-7 Department of Organizational Behavior Working Paper Series Case Western Reserve University 2 Submitted to Management Learning October 26, 1999...
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  • Learning
    Learning organization From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search It has been suggested that Learning Organizations (Peter Senge) be merged into this article or section. (Discuss) A Learning Organization is the term given to a company that facilitates the learning of i...
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