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Hey Neighbor! Let's play

Gabriela Uribe
Let's Play." Is a masters thesis evaluating the effects games and playful interactions have in building a sense of community.  ...  Throughout the thesis, I researched the emotional connections urban residents have with their communities and neighbors, and used the research data to develop installations for play throughout pedestrian  ...  Members of strong communities are more productive. Games have rarely been used to strengthen neighborhoods.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6723395 fatcat:4zufgtqcojdrfnkkt4lqnygmju

Let's talk reading

Barbara Rohacek
2014 unpublished
through linking grammatical development to the ability to communicate.  ...  This result strengthens the importance of group work when trying to improve students' communicative ability. The last aspect which should be discussed is the matter of creativity.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.32084 fatcat:yyqrh7dvcvdfnet752lhcro2xy

Red Chalk: On Schooling, Capitalism and Politics

Mike Cole, Dave Hill, Peter Mclaren, Glenn Rikowski
Mike: Playing a political role at the local level shouldn't be confused with 'localism': that all you can do, you know, politically, has to be played out in your own local community.  ...  labour constant, will only serve to strengthen capital.  ...  Through a detailed analysis, Dave Hill places it in ideological perspective.  ... 

Let's empty the clip : state-level immigration restriction and community resistance [article]

Gwendolyn Ferreti
It's been difficult, but we have strengthened ourselves through our values. We are a family-driven people, people that work for their children.  ...  My contacts repeatedly chalked it up to how to luck, stating that eventually you just run out luck.  ...  These requests were then communicated to the local press, the Latino radio station in Birmingham and the surrounding Catholic congregations.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2p26q75g fatcat:7omhmsoy2vcgbnfs7oeoudt5te

Research on Constructing Objective Teaching Management Mode in Ethnic Universities and Colleges

Lan-fen JI, Dian-jun LU
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Establishing new teaching concepts, strengthening teacher professional development and creating teaching evaluation system are very important for constructing objective teaching management mode.  ...  Objective teaching requires English teachers should go beyond the scope of traditional self teaching, to strengthen communication, to coordinate and make good use of various resources to achieve the teaching  ...  This collaboration is not only between the teachers, between teachers and tutors, collective wisdom is fully played during the cooperation, but it is also embodied in the cooperation among teachers and  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/emass2016/6751 fatcat:vu3tnemuinfnrgpzwq4rkdvfcy

Making of a team: role of it's leader. Shane Warne's Rajasthan Royals

Shubhra Hajela
2015 Industrial and Commercial Training  
Let's play our roles in the next game."  ...  His way of chalking out and communicating the role expectations to individual team members was unique where he crafted his innovative document, 'What is my Role.'  ... 
doi:10.1108/ict-04-2015-0031 fatcat:yvvpow5i6jeyno4p2xntxar3ye

Oregon's Goal: Healthy, Knowledgeable, Successful People. How? A Strong Information Literacy Continuum

Michele Burke, Laura Zeigen
2012 OLA Quarterly  
We can educate our community members about the roles librarians play in developing healthy, knowledgeable, and successful Oregonians. Don't wait for someone to contact you-make the first move!  ...  from early childhood through public schools, colleges and universities."  ...  In partnership with the OLA LIRT, ILAGO is currently working to strengthen communication between higher education and K-12 school librarians.  ... 
doi:10.7710/1093-7374.1353 fatcat:jtn4onall5bjljyiyto5cd5zru

Active Learning Strategies for Technological Courses

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Almighty created human beings with countless endeavors among that learning plays a vigorous role.  ...  In this study we discuss on how Traditional Learning strategies continuous from years to gather in importing the knowledge by using chalk and board with numerous pros and cons.  ...  Let's analyze few pros and cons of TL strategies which demands to opt for AL strategies for above modern technological courses. A.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.e5732.018520 fatcat:w4kyeadu7rgufejr7zmga4bkb4

Mobile Services and ICT4D, To the Network Economy - Bridging the Digital Divide, Ethiopia's Case [article]

Naod Duga Jebessa, Henok Getachew Alemayehu
2014 arXiv   pre-print
ICT4D through mobile services and their role in bridging the digital divide by building a virtual 'network economy' is presented.  ...  This paper presents a development paradigm for Ethiopia, based on appropriate services and innovative use of mobile communications technologies via applications tailored for sectors like business, finance  ...  Let's define some terms first.  ... 
arXiv:1401.7435v1 fatcat:aczpggurnnhshgwqnxsjyxmpoq

How the Nintendo generation learns

Elliot Soloway
1993 AIP Conference Proceedings  
playing with Nintendo.  ...  OK, let's move fr( practice. Here are provocative exampl how "multimedia te ogy" is being used tion today.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.44496 fatcat:74pocnvetzfsjg7lzmsogyzzwm

What Connects the Map to the Territory? [chapter]

Tyrone Cashman
2008 Biosemiotics  
But the large, trans-disciplinary synthesis that, in his own mind, was his major contribution to science received little attention from the mainstream scientific communities.  ...  BATESON'S LARGE SYNTHESIS During his long career as a scientist, Gregory Bateson worked on problems in anthropology, psychology, evolutionary biology, and communication theory.  ...  It is through the simplicity and directness of action on the world that the weakness of our indirect cognitive access to the territory is strengthened.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6706-8_4 fatcat:6asiwpnes5arfisziluwai6kki

Educational Architecture and Emerging Technologies: Innovative Classroom Models [article]

Jose Gomez-Galan
2018 arXiv   pre-print
as its main objective to emphasize the importance that physical spaces and architecture should have for a correct pedagogical integration of the ICT, including in this concept all the current means of communication  ...  The facilities that the digital paradigm offers us for the use of the media in the classroom grant us a decisive advantage in order to strengthen education in it. Let's look at an example.  ...  But in this new reality, let's not trick ourselves, the structure of power -economic, social, political, etc. -of the classic communication media will not disappear.  ... 
arXiv:1802.06850v1 fatcat:f3bjvxwuofhjxcqw2wqyh5n2la


Thai Cong Dan, Chau Vinh Thanh, Thai Phan Bao Han, Nghiem Xuan Vu
2021 European Journal of Applied Linguistics Studies  
Moreover, role play is the challenge for weak students and the requirement for them. The troubles concerning with a structure were the most difficulties for students.  ...  The problems related to teachers' communicative method preference, the deep knowledge of communicative activities, and methodology compromise between teachers and students.  ...  Similarly, communicative activities are trusted to improve some other skills related to communication through encouraging attendance to speak.  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejals.v4i1.296 fatcat:el5syecaujeahkzxwgqjvpfzc4

Linguistic Representations of Relationship Experience in Child-Teacher Communication

Eugenia Rostańska
2020 Konteksty pedagogiczne  
Child-teacher communication in educational situations is a special form of communication based on the dyadic structure and the relationships of the participants.  ...  They can be created through the use of spoken language, direct contact and the asymmetry of communication roles played by the child and the teacher, or avoiding statements that create difficulty for the  ...  C: [lingering] You can't draw with this chalk. T: You can, but you don't know how to do it yet.  ... 
doi:10.19265/kp.2020.1.14.241 doaj:69641b7026754fcab6b5806924f065e3 fatcat:sy66kfgb2rf5lbggreglj4ccsy

The perlocutionary is political: Listening as self-determination in a Papua New Guinean polity

James Slotta
2015 Language in society  
In this article, I discuss one conception of perlocutions prominent in Yopno speaking communities in Papua New Guinea that emphasizes the agentive role of listeners in mediating between speech and its  ...  You see some big ones, let's use those. Whatever we see, get them and let's do it, let's use them.  ...  Tomorrow [at a meeting of the wider community], let's speak out about all of this.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0047404515000421 fatcat:cwpapwzopzeb3lmtlp4vadjnoi
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