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verbalize the impact of advanced surveillance technology on patient outcomes, and
Do staff members verbalize positive feelings about the culture of my camp and take pride in what they do to keep it as I want it to be?
Thus, as Pfeffer once wrote, "[I]t was inevitable that some convenient term should come into existence to verbalize a principle so clearly and widely held by the American people.
Based on research evidence available from classroom applications of self-regulated writing strategies, Schunk (2003) suggests extensive use of models in the classroom, especially models who verbalize their actions and thoughts as they work on a task.
SINCE PHYSICAL COORDINATION CAME NATURALLY TO YOUR HOW DO YOU VERBALIZE THAT CONCEPT IN CLASS?
Knowing how to verbalize goals, learning how to act, and in the end, getting a successful job are some lessons students are learning under a new training program.
Therapists who are not specifically trained in art therapy use it, primarily with children, to help them express thoughts and feelings they might not be able to verbalize.
Bruce Willis returns as the voice of her son, Mikey, and Roseanne Barr joins the cast as the voice of Mollie's second-born, Julie, who also can verbalize her thoughts.
Or, he would verbalize a problem and the computer would respond with an answer.
Events will spiral beyond her control, test her increasingly tenuous relationship, and cause her to finally verbalize and examine her early childhood experiences from a new perspective.
Gordon's style is familiar and easygoing, and he addresses points that may be a concern for piano teachers and students who aren't able to verbalize their concerns.
I ask questions--I verbalize the hard questions that my church members are asking themselves: What is our purpose here on earth?