Job Interviews is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. Interviews are still the most commonly used method for assessing a person’s suitability for a job. In the UK 99 per cent of employers use selection interviews to recruit n
API 2010 Nancy – historique du service des maladies infectieuses du CHU de Nancy.
Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Titre : API 2010 Nancy – historique du service des maladies infectieuses du CHU de Nancy.
Intervenants : Jean-Bernard DUREUX (professeur émérite de la Faculté de Médecine de Nancy)
Philippe CANTON (Professeur- CHU de Nancy - in memoriam)
Thierry MAY (Professeur – service des maladies infectieuses et parasitaires – CHU de Nancy).
Christian RABAUD (Professeur – service des maladies infectieuses et para
Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Bernard Chazelle: Why Your Humble iPod Might Be Holding the Biggest Mystery in All of Science PDF
Moore's Law holds that, every 18 months, computing power doubles. Most of the wonders of the computer age can be directly attributed to Moore's Law. Alas, its days are numbered. What then? In this talk Dr. Chazelle argues that the years ahead will usher in the era of the "Algorithm," a notion that will prove even more disruptive and revolutionary than quantum mechanics was in the 20th century. More info: http://blogs.princeton.edu/itsacademic/2007/12/why_your_humble_ipod_may_be_holding_the_bigg
Summary This unit has introduced you to some important and challenging ideas in social work theory and practice. We have developed the ideas of critical practice to demonstrate, through a constructive approach, that social work theory and practice are closely interlinked. In a fine-grained examination of an interaction, theoretical perspectives can be ‘pulled’ from an analysis of ‘talk’ or the communication and language used in a social work interview, as the reading by Coope
This unit has introduced you to some important and challenging ideas in social work theory and practice. We have developed the ideas of critical practice to demonstrate, through a constructive approach, that social work theory and practice are closely interlinked.
In a fine-grained examination of an interaction, theoretical perspectives can be ‘pulled’ from an analysis of ‘talk’ or the communication and language used in a social work interview, as the reading by Coope
Didactical approach for the design of a learning environment for airline pilots
The aim of this article is to present how a regional airline carrier enhances its pilots training resources. In this work context, we present how a didactical analysis of the concepts associated with the airplane take off sequence gives a framework to design a simulator. The goal of this environment is to create a context for experience and learning in which all the senses related to the airplane take off limitations (with one engine failure) will be made. This “virtual model” focuses on use
Selection and use of domain ontologies in Learning Networks for Lifelong Competence Development
A general problem in life-long learning is how to develop flexible and adaptive learning content, and how to choose and deliver the most appropriate learning activities for the learner. In order to solve this problem, we need to have the proper knowledge model, and clear interpretation how to use it. One possible solution is to use IMS Learning Design for modelling the learning process and ontologies for representing the domain knowledge and competencies. In this paper we present one specific ap
Learning design based on graphical knowledge-modeling
This chapter states and explains that a Learning Design is the result of a knowledge engineering process where knowledge and competencies, learning design and delivery models are constructed in an integrated framework. We present a general graphic al language and a knowledge editor that has been adapted to support the construction of learning designs compliant with the IMS-LD specification. We situate LD within a taxonomy of knowledge models , namely the multi-actor collaborative system. We move
Computer skills development by children using
'hole in the wall' facilities in rural India
Earlier work often referred to as the "hole in the wall" experiments has shown that groups of children can learn to use public computers on their own. This paper presents the method and results of an experiment conducted to investigate whether such unsupervised group learning in shared public spaces can improve children's performance in school examinations. The experiment was conducted with "hole in the wall" (minimally invasive education, or MIE) kiosks in the rural Sindhudurg District of Mahar
Petrology Activities and Examples Collection
This collection, from the "On the Cutting Edge" workshop series, features educational resources useful for teaching undergraduate igneous and metamorphic petrology courses. The collection includes lab exercises, classroom activities, problem sets and more.
Norse Mythology 2 Creation of the World
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Tennis Championship Celebration
Armstrong Atlantic State University Tennis teams winning championships through the years.
Using research to enhance professionalism in further education (FE)
This project aims to understand the relationship between the changing professionalism and research in the further education sector. It also aims to identify ways of using research for the advancement of professional practice within FE. In order to understand the ways in which research is or is not utilised to inform professional practice in the sector it has been necessary to explore and deepen understanding of professional identities and practice in FE. To this end existing research into FE has
Guide pour l’enseignement de la lecture dans le primaire
This manual was developed to assist teachers in teaching reading at the primary school level. It is intended to help teachers create an educational vision for ensuring reading abilities and develop an educational philosophy based on this vision.
James Hansen on Human-Made Climate Change
Dr. James Hansen of the NASA Goddard Institute delivers a lecture on Human-Made Climate Change: A Moral, Political, and Legal Issue.
Developing Distance Learning Material
This paper is intended as a practical guide to help with writing Distance Learning material. This paper considers: Topic One – Introduction and an approach to writing Distance Learning Material. Topic Two – Content of the material Topic Three – Achieving the Learning Outcomes. Topic Four - Some tips on style and aspects of authoring the material. By following guidelines it will help to. • Speed up the writing process • Have a consistent style • Help the students Most
ASSIMILATE draft questions for institutional interview
Extract ......... I would like confirm that I am here from Leeds Metropolitan University as part of a research project that will investigate how students on taught Masters’ level programmes are assessed. The project will involve around 50 higher education institutions, both in the UK and internationally. The interview will form part of my BA (Hons) Journalism course ........
E-portfolio learning lunch - Ben Cotton's Presentation
Staff and students are becoming increasingly aware of the potential use and benefits of e-portfolios and social media tools. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore the use of e-portfolios and social media through three case studies: Ben Cotton will provide a student / graduate trainee perspective focusing on the explosion of social media and its potential in terms of personal development, reflection, career planning and in terms of forging a career in the PR industry. Ben conducted his
Inaugural Lecture Prof Nick Frost - Assessing Modern British Childhood: research, policy and practic
This lecture explored the contemporary policy agenda for children and young people living in England. The major focus of the lecture was on the relationship between the state and modern childhood. The lecture then moved on to examine the state of contemporary British childhood. A series of recent research and policy reports have suggested that British children inhabit a world that compares negatively to children in otherwise comparable societies. Childhood and youth are also a high profile and
Guide to EBL (Enquiry Based Learning)
This is one of a series of guides produced by the Imaginative Curriculum Network to stimulate thinking and promote good practice in curriculum design. This Guide focuses on ‘Enquiry-based Learning’ (EBL) – on curricula designed around processes of enquiry. It is informed by reports emerging from a programme of staff development that supported lecturers as they each carried out a small-scale project designed to impact on the learning of their students. There is a companion ‘Guide for Busy