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development

(Building), noun commercial building, construction, creation of housing project, development of industrial sites, erection, house-building program, housing, industrial area, industrial building, institution of commercial sites, residential building, urbanization

development

(Outgrowth), noun accomplishment, achievement, aftergrowth, aftermath, attainment, conclusion, consequence, consequent, derivation, effect, emanation, ending, ensual, event, eventuality, occurrence, offshoot, outcome, product, realization, result, resultant, sequel, side issue, upshot

development

(Progression), noun accretion, advance, advancement, amelioration, ampliation, amplification, anabasis, auctus, betterment, change, effectuation, elaboration, enhancement, evolution, evolvement, expansion, explicatio, furtherance, gain, germination, gradual evolution, growth, improvement, increase in size, lengthening, modernization, progress, progress to maturity, prooressive growth, progressus, promotion, refinement, reformation, regeneration, remodeling, renovation, reorganization, revision, stimulation, strengthening, supplementation, transfiguration, transformation, unfolding, unravelment, upgrowth, uptrend
Associated concepts: development costs
See also: accession, advancement, augmentation, boom, building, complication, conclusion, consequence, creation, denouement, discipline, effect, enlargement, event, growth, happening, headway, improvement, increase, manufacture, nascency, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, preparation, progress, prosperity, reform, rehabilitation, result, transition
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The newly launched philanthropic endeavor, Smile Farms, is dedicated to supporting developmentally challenged adults through fully operational, self-sustaining greenhouses that provide meaningful work, social interaction and immersion in local communities across the country.
Literature written on the field of teaching reading and writing suggests that Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP) is recommended to avoid Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DIP) employed by teachers, to continue children's reading and writing growth, and to help children achieve a high standard literacy matching their abilities.
with cocktails, victuals and information about The Foundation for the Developmentally Disabled.
Gullo and Hughes state that kindergarten children have been exposed to a rigid and prescriptive curriculum that is less grounded in research and developmentally appropriate activities.
Toddlers with autism spectrum disorders fixated significantly longer on geometric images than did developmentally typical or develop-mentally delayed toddlers.
In 2007, Valley College, in concert with the Tierra del Sol Foundation, accepted Morales and a handful of other developmentally disabled students.
After the conference, he asked if the Developmentally Disabled Offenders Program could adapt itself to provide services to juveniles on probation in Union County, New Jersey.
Didactic practices, which some teachers consider to be developmentally inappropriate, are directly tied to behaviorist theories of learning.
Extensive conversation occurred regarding exactly what could be expected of a teacher candidate developmentally in the four-week practicum field experience as opposed to the sixteen-week field experience completed during student teaching.
While school counseling has roots in developmental practice, middle school counseling programs and counselors in particular must be developmentally responsive.
Principles of child development and learning that inform developmentally appropriate practice must be considered when designing digital environments for the very young.
1) These include encouraging young people to postpone sexual initiation; offering confidential, developmentally appropriate services; and ensuring that teenagers know about contraception and know where to obtain birth control methods.

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