• A holistic approach to adult learning
    The University of Phoenix: A Holistic Approach to Adult Learning University of Phoenix Certification Workshop July 7, 2003 The University of Phoenix: A holistic approach to adult learning. The University of Phoenix offers professional students in training an opportunity to further the
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  • Constructivism: a holistic approach to teaching and learning
    Constructivism: A Holistic Approach  to Teaching and Learning Janet Giesen Faculty Development and  Instructional Design Center Northern Illinois University Introductions • Your name • Your department or unit • Your experiences or knowledge of  constructivism â€
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    A holistic approach in life coaching is to consider a client from a 'whole' perspective, meaning that there are many factors contributing to a clients current circumstance or situation, and these include mental, emotional and physical elements. Very often, a client may present with one particular is
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  • Holistic approach
    Holistic approach: Meaning: Holistic approach to patient care incorporates the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health of the individual. It explores the connection between mind, body, spirit and environment. Holistic healing includes a wide range of therapies with inherently complex ph
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    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0309-0590.htm JEIT 31,8 A holistic approach to acquisition of strategic resources ´ Jim Andersen ¨ ¨ School of Technology and Society, University of Skovde, Skovde, ¨ Sweden and School of Busin
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  • 3.2 Evaluate the benefits of using holistic approach to assessment
    1.1 Explain the function of assessment in learning and development The function of assessment in learning and development is primarily to provide a measurable barometer for the students progress. Assessment is carried out through formative (checks throughout the course), ipsative (to test agains
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  • An holistic approach to counselling and psychotherapy
     Note to Reader: I value the feedback from the first submission. I am pleased that you acknowledge the academic approach I do take. I am pleased to hear that it is important that I do get that balance right. In regards to the feedback “that it was difficult to grade my submission”, due to...
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  • Recognition of prior learning
    Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) What is RPL? Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a formal yet flexible assessment process that can be used to determine an individual's current level of industry knowledge, identify skills and relevant workforce experience. In order for Qualifications to b
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  • English language learning and teaching
    English Language Education in Rural Schools of India: The Situation, the Policy and the Curriculum   Abstract This paper attempts to bring in the issues related to English language education situation in rural schools in India, the state policy on language education, quality questions in secon
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  • Creating an environment conducive to learning
    Creating an environment conducive to learning | Department of Education and Early Childhood Development | | | Learning encompasses three broad domains—knowledge, behaviours and attitudes. When we create a positive environment for learning, we set the conditions for students to move t
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  • Holistic Approaches to Development
    Holistic Approaches to Development Module Code: MOD001262 Introduction: My focus with this assignment will be on education as a whole and to demonstrate a knowledge of key legislation in respect of curricula and initiatives...
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  • Role of leaders in designing a learning culture: an ethnographic approach
    Role of Leaders in Designing a Learning Culture: An Ethnographic Approach Abstract A learning culture is seen as a prerequisite for innovative organizations. Employees in an organization with excellent learning culture adhere to high standards of learning activities. It has been well acce
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    INDIVIDUAL LEARNING STYLES: AN OVERVIEW OF COGNITIVE STYLE APPROACH FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGERS Abstract The main objective of this paper is to identify how construction project managers learn as an individual entity in order to enhance the level of competence through learning...
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  • Learning transfer approach
    Learning Transfer Model: Enhancing Learning Effectiveness A Research-Driven Approach to Executive Summary We all know that a seminar alone is not likely to result in significant changes in job performance, and much has been written about different techniques for ensuring that skills transf
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  • Cognitive style and learning style
    Topic 10 ~ Explain the differences between cognitive style and learning style. In what ways might the perceptual styles of field-dependence and field-independence influence whether a student processes information at a deep versus a surface level of learning? Krause et al and other texts use th
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  • Learning disabilities
    For someone that has been diagnosed with a learning disability, they may feel that it takes over their lives. But with the right help it will not affect their ultimate success in life. In this research essay I will be talking about what a learning disorder is, how to detect that a child has a learni
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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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  • Systemic leadership learning theory (sll)
    SUMMARY Billions of dollars are spent globally on the development of leaders in organisations on an annual basis. Research suggests that the return on this investment is limited, or at best, difficult to observe. The need for skilled managers and leaders is growing continually, and, while organisat
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  • Food preservation – a biopreservative approach
    Food ©2007 Global Science Books Food Preservation – A Biopreservative Approach Iraj Rasooli Department of Biology, Shahed University, Opposite Imam Khomeini’s Shrine, Tehran-Qom Express Way, Tehran, Iran Correspondence: * rasooli@shahed.ac.ir ABSTRACT Preservative agents are required t
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