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LESSONS DRAWN FROM THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Florian Cajori
1908 School Science and Mathematics  
But in so doing he must not forget that a knowledge of the past experiences frequently enables him, when in the jungle, to recognize the points of the compass, and the direction toward the rising sun.  ...  Much of our discussion on correlation and other methods of teaching is merely an effort not to lose the acquisitions of previous ages.  ...  On concluding the course he used the following language:^By the grace of God, "Thus the inner world grows wider as the outer disappears And the soul, retiring inward, finds itself beyond the spheres/'  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1908.tb01097.x fatcat:kbmwqghbqjevfojrynjmyo3gsa

TEORETYCZNE UWARUNKOWANIA PRAKTYK EDUKACYJNYCH W MUZEUM W ŚWIETLE AMERYKAŃSKIEGO PRAGMATYZMU I KONSTRUKTYWIZMU

Jolanta Skutnik
2014 Muzealnictwo  
The basic methods that have been applied in the research were: the historical-comparative method and progressive method.  ...  The school as an educational institution fulfills a social function having in mind the increase of the level of consciousness and pedagogical culture of each local environment, regional and national community  ...  institution management, teaching content, methods and techniques of working with pupils, etc.  ... 
doi:10.5604/04641086.1111902 fatcat:fvmbptvzyra63ewz6wjewvm4wu

A Hidden Danger to Our Children's Classrooms within Educational Leadership & Peering Practices

Antony D. Miller
2020 Business Ethics and Leadership  
Thus, culminating in being shown that a politically culturally biased teaching method over decades, has indeed infiltrated student theatres of learning, resulting in alumni [treasures] eventual disaffection  ...  ] within their respected theatres of education, and therefore, be a negative impact for their respective future endeavours, emanating from the West and quickly heading into cultures of the Eastern regions  ...  He wrote on political theory, sociology and occasionally on linguistics.  ... 
doi:10.21272/bel.4(4).28-55.2020 fatcat:u4ggex3vsfdwlcnjss44nqpoai

Analysis of Influences of Internet Surfing on Psychological Development of Children and Teenagers from the Positive Psychological and Management Perspectives

Juan-juan JIN, Jie YU
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Most researches about internet surfing of children and teenagers mainly focus on internet addiction, network security and network monitoring.  ...  The important psychological mechanism of healthy behaviors of internet surfing of children and teenagers or transition of internet addiction was disclosed, and the management method of high-quality internet  ...  Based on above statistical analysis, some conclusions could be gained: (1) Internet surfing demands of children and teenagers.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/emse2017/12742 fatcat:ssvy7fuujfayfoca4djctsieoa

Educating Students in History and Geography Subjects through Visiting Historical Sites to Develop Local Economy and Community Tourism Services in Thai Nguyen and Ha Giang Provinces, Vietnam

Le Thi Thanh Huong
2021 Revista GEINTEC  
This study mainly uses qualitative analysis, synthesis and inductive methods, together with explanatory and dialectical materialism methods.  ...  tourist villages is on average 30 to 50 million VND/year.  ...  Community tourism development is an economic and social process based on the active participation of local communities.  ... 
doi:10.47059/revistageintec.v11i3.1911 fatcat:wsuthraqmnar7kxtjly3tmkpju

The Baltimore Meeting of the American Society of Naturalists [article]

W. A. Setchell
1895 Science  
segmentation.  ...  The theory of the direct action of environment in modifying color as in the bleached types of the desert regions is not borne out by observations and is disproved in the case of nocturnal types.  ... 
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Suggestions for a realistic adult education policy

Philip H. Coombs
1985 Prospect: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education  
educación (ISSN 0304-3053), Unesco u Arabic (ISSN 0254-119-X), Unesco Russian nepcneKTMBbi Bonpocu o6paaottaHMH (ISSN 0207-8953), Moscow Chinese (ISSN 0254-8682), Beijing Subscription rate: 80 French francs (one  ...  Zverev, Vice-President of the USSR Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, is based on the rich experience accumulated by the Soviet school in the theory and practice of teaching methods.  ...  Any hierarchy based on genes is unjustifiable and theories of variations in intelligence quotient as between races or social classes are sheer bigotry and moral fraud. . . .  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02195700 fatcat:jlpoxiyrzfctlpjhvpoxqq2llu

Course Curricular Design and Development of the M.Sc. Programme in the Field of Ict in Education for Sustainable Development

Vassilios Makrakis, Nelly Kostoulas-Makrakis
2012 Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability  
The ExConTra learning process is also based on an interdisciplinary approach addressing the four pillars (environment, society, culture and economy) of sustainable development and makes use of an online  ...  (ESD) driven by a learning paradigm that merges three theories of learning, namely: experiential learning, constructivist learning and transformative learning (ExCon- Tra) funded by the European Commission  ...  The content of the paper reflects the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10099-012-0007-7 fatcat:6etaxuvvgrh2fkslhdbqgeia5y

A New Instrument for Securing the Pedicle in the Operation of Overiotomy

G. Hewitt
1870 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
The pupils dilate equally, and the hearing is good on both sides.  ...  It is then tied in segments; and the opposite ends are secured to the buttons of the framework above; one by one.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.513.458-a fatcat:r32jkfnhaveudjn2or4pwmft3a

A New Instrument for Securing the Pedicle in the Operation of Overiotomy

G Hewitt
1870 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
The pupils dilate equally, and the hearing is good on both sides.  ...  It is then tied in segments; and the opposite ends are secured to the buttons of the framework above; one by one.  ... 
pmid:20746003 pmcid:PMC2261418 fatcat:tonp5bpxzzahfgbfpnr3jqge44

The "Rahmenplan" for West German School Reform

Ursula Kirkpatrick
1960 Comparative Education Review  
less on wealth than on rank of position based on education.  ...  It has twenty ap- pointed members representing various in- terests and segments of the population.?  ... 
doi:10.1086/444821 fatcat:js5tm26em5dj5itym27bebjvou

Proceedings of the Anthropological Society of Washington

1921 American Anthropologist  
The indi'vidual seeds instead of being naked are deeply imbedded in segments of the rachis which fall apart, each segment with its enclosed seed.  ...  Hart Merriam, President of the Society, delivered a lecture on "The Indians of the Yosemite Region, California."  ...  These will be paid on approval by the Board of Managers.  ... 
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Proceedings of the Anthropological Society of Washington

1921 American Anthropologist  
The individual seeds instead of being naked are deeply imbedded in segments of the rachis which fall apart, each segment with its enclosed seed In spite of these profound differences maize and teosinte  ...  Next in order came the Ainus, Gilyaks, and related peoples of Sakhalin and the Amur region.  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1921.23.4.02a00130 fatcat:lxbyl6sk3bgwraq62dmet3su5a

Introduction [chapter]

Zana Vathi
2015 IMISCOE Research Series  
Another point in favour of qualitative methods is the fact that, compared to other second-generation groups in Europe, the Albanian second generation is a significantly smaller community (except in Greece  ...  ), whose profile and dynamics can best be captured through relatively smallscale and intensive studies.  ...  As a result, Crul and Schneider (2010) put forward a new theory of integration, based on the experience of the second generation in Europe.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13024-8_1 fatcat:5itswuikljfm3ctzx2zpjpwjxy

Teaching Operations Research Before University: A Focus on Grades 9–12

Alice Raffaele, Alessandro Gobbi
2021 SN Operations Research Forum  
Then, we compare their objectives and focus, topics introduced, teaching methods, instruments and software chosen, and feedback received.  ...  We present and classify local, national and international OR educational initiatives we were able to collect.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the two anonymous referees for their precious advice that allowed us to better define and explain our work. We also thank Kenneth R.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43069-021-00054-3 fatcat:eacgf62pjfgbdjakmewq2ejagi
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