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Bearing in mind the recognized relevance of motivation in the processes of teaching and learning, Filcher and Miller (2000) emphasize that motivating the student to learn is configured as an educational objective which must be prioritized, whether in conditions of on-site learning or in educational situations mediated by the use of information and communication technology (ICT).
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Filcher, another keynote speaker from the Chem-Quest Group, presented "Transformational Thinking Concept" as a valuable tool for innovation in coatings.
CREW: A Day, R Parker, R Killip (1), G Gregor, J Tucker, W Roberts, A Filcher, M Findlay, R Bindell (1), C Mitchell, N Hopkins, A Reid, I Chapman, R Quinones
Filcher - Rose Marie Filcher, 80, of Eugene, died July 9.