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Through reading student reflections, the educator can ascertain the ways in which students are conceptualizing course information, student reasoning skills, and students' adeptness with applying and synthesizing information within the course.
In conceptualizing how fathers adjust (or do not adjust) their identity as a father post divorce, ihinger-Tallman et al.
no indication of racial or ethnic issues in conceptualizing the student's problems) 3 = moderate differentiation, low integration (i.
He is more concerned with the changing problems which being out of work raised for workers than with the problems which delineating and conceptualizing unemployment posed for bureaucrats and social scientists.
In the present study, we investigate whether a goal mediational model is useful in conceptualizing students' motivational beliefs and learning strategies in Korean elementary school math class.
Future plans include adding 300 of the latest slot machines to the casino's mix, adding new poker games and bingo, and conceptualizing two new restaurants, including a Las Vegas-style buffet.
The new website reflects netCustomer's evolution as a thought leader in conceptualizing, designing, and executing advanced ERP, IT, and business services using a supply chain methodology.
Provides a framework for conceptualizing the local government opportunity and recommends specific go-to-market approaches for vendors.
a unique, multi-dimensional analytical foundation for conceptualizing, optimizing, and managing I.
AUSTIN, Texas -- T3 (The Think Tank), an integrated marketing services firm with offices in Austin, Texas, and New York, announces the launch of T3 Fuse, a marketing Research and Development team focused on conceptualizing first-of-its-kind technology, ingenious business approaches and unique products and technologies.
Chris Dixon brings an enormous amount of talent and enthusiasm to the growing team at New York Magazine," said Hayman, "he is especially skilled at conceptualizing inventive art ideas and we are excited to have him as a part of the team.
With companies around the world maximizing brand recognition to set themselves apart from their competitors, such as McDonalds'(R) Arches and Nike's(R) Swoosh, this year's "Brand It Your Way" theme challenges contestants to bring the attributes and characteristics of their chosen brand to life by conceptualizing a vehicle that clearly exemplifies the traits of the product.