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  • Teaching Learning and Assessment
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  • Internal & External Analysis in the Form of a Field Study
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  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment for Adults - German Language
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  • Sylvan Learning Systems Case Study
    Sylvan Learning Systems Case Study The Sylvan case study illustrates the challenges of building value and improving business performance through an acquisition and diversification strategy that did not coincide with the capabilities and competencies that originally built the Sylvan brand. Sylvan
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  • Business Process Management for Smes : an Exploratory Study of
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  • The Use of Computers in Language Learning and Language Teaching
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  • Embracing Students in Programs of English as a Second Language: a Field Based Study of the English as a Second Language Program in Como-Pickton Independent School District (C-Pisd)
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  • The Implications of Learning Styles and Strategies for Language Teaching
    The implications of learning styles and strategies for language teaching Introduction Language learning styles and strategies are among the main factors that help determine how –and how well –our students learn a second or foreign language. A second language is a language studied in a sett
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  • A Case Study About the Motivation of Englishmajors for Efl Learning
    A Case Study about the Motivation of English Majors for EFL Learning 1. Introduction Learning English as a foreign language has been prevailing in China for a long time. Since the national language in China is Chinese which is different from English in many ways, and there is no English-speaki
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  • Implications of the Learning Organization Phenomenon for the Training and Development Field.
    SUMMARY This paper explores the implications of the learning organization phenomenon for the training and development field. In particular, it considers the following questions: what is a learning organization? - how and why has this phenomenon come about?; does the pursuit to become a learning org
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  • Proposed Study of the Effects Inclusion and Peer Acceptance of Students with Learning Disabilities
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  • A Study of Learning Strategies in L2 Acquisition
    A Study of Learning Strategies in L2 Acquisition 【Abstract】With the concept of autonomy being part of the mainstream of research and practice within the field of language education, the study of learning strategies in L2 acquisition has drawn much attention. This paper discusses the issues cove
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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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  • Dialogue as a Means of Teaching in Learning Environments
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  • Teaching and Learning Activities
    Teaching and Learning Activities Background I currently teach an IT Essentials 2 course at Tritec Computer Training, the course is designed to teach individuals all aspects of network operating systems including web services, Linux and Windows. The IT Essentials 2 course runs for 96 hours distr
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  • Field Studt on Learning Environments
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  • Learning Theories Applied to Teaching
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  • Teaching and Learning
    Authored by Kimberly Back in Teaching and Learning  Published on 07-08-2009 In many instances, teachers spend more time with their students than their parents do. School schedules are demanding, so it is important for teachers to be effective in their methods, instead of simply being the figure
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  • Report of Learning Study Case
    Introduction The concepts of learning study are to understand how a student to learn, the variation of students, and thus modify the teachings in order to maximize the students’ learning. The processes of learning study can be divided into three main parts which are pre-teaching, during-teachi
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