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This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009/10. The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) is a part-time programme of professional enrichment for teachers working in countries other than the U.K. Suitable for: Postgraduates School of Education Nottingham's School of Education is one of the largest and most respected education departments in any British university. Its academics include major national an
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Web屋向けシチュエーショナルリーダーシップです。D4の意味合いと扱いが本家SLIIと違います。シチュエーショナルリーダーシップを実務的に行なってきた経験上、このほうが運用に適していると考えております。

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Speaker(s): Professor Sidney Winter | Innovative activity is commonly conceived in terms of flashes of creative insight, but success often rewards expertise, persistence and practice as much as creativity. The lecture will develop and illustrate this observation. Sidney Winter (@sidwindc) is a BP Centennial Professor in the Department of Management at LSE.
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2.2 Parenting methods

White and Woollett (1992) identified three kinds of parenting:

  • authoritarian, where parents dictate what the children can and cannot do and children are expected to obey certain rules

  • permissive, where parents are highly indulgent, offering little guidance or control

  • authoritative, where parents set boundaries within which children are expected to develop autonomy and self-reliance.


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This video starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. In an easy, conversational tone, the instructor demonstrates how to solve a more, complicated, longer equation. (05:20)
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Coming up in this lesson: This week María-José and Andrew discuss their plans for the following week when Andrew’s friend arrives in Spain and María-José will be attending a conference in Madrid. In this episode we introduce the concept of the subjunctive, something which often confuses language learners. You’ll learn how to use the subjunctive […]
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Twenty-first century kids need to acquire sophisticated visual literacy skills to participate fully as global citizens. FlickerLab, an educational content studio, is bringing those skills home with its new video-studio-in-a-box. Using revolutionary live-production technology, FlickerStudio lets users create and broadcast an entire HD production in real-time—including the co
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8.1 Hinduism as a ‘religion’

India's population includes followers of many religions and many people who have rejected religion in any form. The modern Republic of India has a secular constitution (one which guarantees the religious freedom of all but does not give a privileged position to any one religion) but a population which overwhelmingly identifies itself as Hindu. More than eighty per cent of India's population are Hindus, practitioners of what is now widely referred to as the religion of Hinduism. Historically,
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The Landsat Data Continuity Mission will continue and improve upon the 40-year-old Landsat program. This video examines two uses of Landsat data to monitor agriculture. Both wineries and timber companies rely on Landsat data to check whether their vines and trees are getting enough (or too much) water and fertilizer. The small resolution and regular repeat cycle of the satellite data is crucial to monitoring the health of their crops. (03:44)
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Werkbundel van veertien bladzijden met volgende opdrachten:

  • schematiseren van een artikel over cyberpesten;
  • procentrekenen met cijfers cyberpesten;
  • tekenen van een staafdiagram;
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Tutorial explaining journal bibliometrics and ranking systems
Journal bibliometrics was developed by Jennifer Coombs
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