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It contains a wide range of exercises by a large number of pedagogues addressing an expansive range of issues.
Pedagogues are 95 percent responsible for the outcome of a career, and the dancer is responsible for about 5 percent.
In interviews, the pedagogues stated that they wanted the children to feel just like they were at home when in child care.
To date, there is little English-language literature on foster care in different countries (Colton and Hellinckx, 1993; Gottesman, 1994), particularly with regard to the role of social pedagogues in supporting foster care.
The administrative progressives focused on organization and the pedagogues on rhetoric.
In a highly polarized time, pedagogues seem increasingly wary of the "disruptive" effect of student political speech.
The Editor, Dieter Lenzen, describes this small volume as a "summa" of Luhmann's reflections on the problems of the educational system, which is characterized by the constructivist development of his own social theory and not unaffected by the defensive reactions of some of the pedagogues.
One of the prime differences of college or university status is the hierarchic categories of its pedagogues and its students .
The dozens of sections devoted to specific theorists, pedagogues, cranks, bohemians, and serious artists will provide fascinating details and many leads for scholars working on the history of gender, women's movements, the body, urban culture, and alternative culture.
In the past, applied linguistics has paid attention to the functional theory of Roman Jakobson and to literary stylistics, but with intensifying requests for the teaching of culture in Foreign Languages and Literatures, pedagogues will also have to inform themselves about the interrelationship between theory and practice in those subject areas just as much as they are obliged to do so in the area of second language acquisition.
Part mystery, part send-up, Picano's latest is a sharp-witted, sharper-tongued parody of the ivory tower and the pretenses of the pedagogues within.
In subsequent chapters Moss shows how Protestant pedagogues such as Johann Sturm at Strasbourg used commonplace books in the schoolroom.