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Introduction to the Historical Past: Informal Educational Media Practices in Modern Russia [chapter]

I. Murzina
2005 Communication Trends in the Post-Literacy Era: Polylingualism, Multimodality and Multiculturalism As Preconditions for New Creativity  
The article presents a conceptual and categorical grid 'media environment -media activity -media practice' , which is used to describe informal educational media practices.  ...  The relevance of the article is associated with the need to structure media practices, that proved a good potential during that period, and a theoretical analysis of their place in the education system  ...  Acknowledgment(s) The  ... 
doi:10.15826/b978-5-7996-3081-2.30 fatcat:xhvxz2npvfb63aeqwoko33wuv4

Language learning and teaching – theory and practice

1995 Language Teaching  
a teacher-initiated innovsystems considered more broadly.  ...  To discharge this ation in ESL programmes, increased responsibility, understanding of innov-  ...  Speaking not only mediates the subjects' attempts to report on what they understand from a text, but serves as the process through which they come to comprehend a text.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800007941 fatcat:j7cjwxrekzfhvf53z4s4bcz7ai

Language learning and teaching – theory and practice

1992 Language Teaching  
coaching, providing guided practice in topic development, and developing understanding of the writing process.  ...  The discussion is illustrated by data from two reading comprehension lessons in secondary schools in Hong Kong.  ...  The authors stress the common themes and 'ancestral fears' present in a wide range of text types from the earliest fables to the latest films, and the centrality of myth as une idee-image-force.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800007011 fatcat:frryebkp6fhebdlbtltl2bucmm

6. Exogenetic Digital Editing and Enactive Cognition [chapter]

Dirk Van Hulle
2016 Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices  
budget and team size needed to create the resource, 26 what lessons the team felt they had learnt from undertaking the project and sustainability issues in making the resource available over the longer  ...  concept of text 30, 120 fluid text 41, 99 non-linear text 97 one-text culture 46 text encoding 51, 234 Text Encoding Initiative 1, , 169 The European Association for Digital Humanities 173 The  ...  Take chapters or whole books from our published list and make a special edition, a new anthology or an illuminating coursepack.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0095.06 fatcat:3jy6aza4xnhrvkngpjgowpdcmq

4. A Protocol for Scholarly Digital Editions? The Italian Point of View [chapter]

Marina Buzzoni
2016 Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices  
budget and team size needed to create the resource, 26 what lessons the team felt they had learnt from undertaking the project and sustainability issues in making the resource available over the longer  ...  concept of text 30, 120 fluid text 41, 99 non-linear text 97 one-text culture 46 text encoding 51, 234 Text Encoding Initiative 1, , 169 The European Association for Digital Humanities 173 The  ...  Take chapters or whole books from our published list and make a special edition, a new anthology or an illuminating coursepack.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0095.04 fatcat:7so2wnx6u5bvxcw5smu5ghomb4

Language learning and teaching – theory and practice

1986 Language Teaching  
'Pseudo'-acquisition of forms may result from frequent practice of the forms.  ...  It was found that for both lessons teacher talk took up the major portion of all talk, half to two-thirds of teacher talk was 'teacher initiate', and 'pupil-initiate' was completely absent in both cases  ...  The language practice and transfer phases, envisaged in current methodology but often omitted due to pressure of time, should be expanded to allow for remediation and catching up.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800012015 fatcat:2ih2vyph2jgexaaut5dwr4r5du

11. Beyond Variants: Some Digital Desiderata for the Critical Apparatus of Ancient Greek and Latin Texts [chapter]

Cynthia Damon
2016 Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices  
resource, if the project understood who their main audience was, the project budget and team size needed to create the resource, 26 what lessons the team felt they had learnt from undertaking the project  ...  concept of text 30, 120 fluid text 41, 99 non-linear text 97 one-text culture 46 text encoding 51, 234 Text Encoding Initiative 1 , 169 The European Association for Digital Humanities 173 The  ...  Take chapters or whole books from our published list and make a special edition, a new anthology or an illuminating coursepack.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0095.11 fatcat:2lqued55y5edfgsxuec72ghjky

Volunteering – An Efficient Collaborative Practice for the Local Communities Sustainability. Empirical Study

Daniela Predețeanu-Dragne, Dan Popescu, Valentina Nicolae
2019 European Journal of Sustainable Development  
where the participants in the study came from?".  ...  The scientific research we have conducted concerns volunteering as a collaborative practice and as a basis for the sustainable development of local communities.  ...  economy enterprise, where the volunteer is at the core of a collaborative network.  ... 
doi:10.14207/ejsd.2019.v8n5p302 fatcat:c6gulsyxl5ayxau2dksvylkjue

Investigating mathematics teacher learning within an in-service community of practice: The centrality of confidence

Mellony Graven
2004 Educational Studies in Mathematics  
The study illustrates through rich and textured vignettes and quotes, that teachers' participation in the INSET community of practice involved the complex intersection of various components of learning  ...  The study focuses on explaining the learning mechanisms by which teachers become professional and confident mathematics teachers through participation in an INSET community of practice that overlaps with  ...  It is also clear that this text did not assist Rosina in understanding the derivation of number patterns from shape patterns more generally.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:educ.0000049277.40453.4b fatcat:2bo45lowu5a2bosigt3dcei5bi

Locating the performable musical work in practice [chapter]

David Davies
2018 Virtual Works - Actual Things  
David Davies first addressed "musical practice" and "metaphysical principles," focusing on what participants in artistic practice do rather than on what they say or think they are "Musica Practica" (L'Arc  ...  During the Academy, Lydia Goehr discussed the notion of "discomposition" as a philosophical and musical concept, reading Stanley Cavell's 1965 essay "Music Discomposed" through the lens of Adorno.  ...  MH: If we have learnt anything from Ludwig- RW: Which Ludwig? MH: Wittgenstein. If we have learnt anything from him so far-who, I beg, could resist his teachings?  ... 
doi:10.11116/9789461662521.ch02 fatcat:kz2aunvesnduvnvwkbk3vkcwbi

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2015 2015 IEEE/ACM 2nd International Workshop on Software Engineering Research and Industrial Practice  
transition between limited-use research prototypes and broadly applicable practical solutions.  ...  The ACSE series of events aims to advance the adoption of software engineering tools and techniques by bringing together researchers and practitioners who investigate novel approaches to fostering the  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the anonymous reviewer who suggested integrating the ideas of Rogers [6] into the paper. Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Mr.  ... 
doi:10.1109/serip.2015.7 fatcat:c3lmilvztbe3lpxi43oxecv5xm

THE EFFECTS OF L1 OVERUSE IN L2 LEARNING: EVIDENCE FROM THREE CASE STUDIES

Rafael Filiberto Forteza Fernández
2015 IJAEDU- International E-Journal of Advances in Education  
excessive translation from and to the native language hampers greatly the outcomes of the instructional process.  ...  progress in communicative skills in English and Spanish is achieved due to their constant reference to the Russian language system, despite having had enough controlled practice and performed well in  ...  Based on research results, El-dali (2011) points out that confining the lesson only to the L2 may be done at the expense of understanding and intelligibility; "Mother tongue use", he asserts, "does not  ... 
doi:10.18768/ijaedu.53675 fatcat:evctz5ent5cfjpv7fk46lh3rwy

Strategies for spatial music performance: the practicalities and aesthetics of responsive systems design

Ricky Graham, Brian Bridges
2015 Divergence Press  
processes at the cellular and animal level.  ...  Reviewers Selection The re-new call for participation was published March 29, 2013, and is republished below. A total of 358 submissions were made in all categories of the call.  ...  We preferred this practical workshop setting, as opposed to a standard frontal lesson, based on the feedback from previous experiences (i.e.  ... 
doi:10.5920/divp.2015.33 fatcat:xbb7altyobafvfiidg2adzn7l4

Developing Media Production Skills for Literacy in a Primary School Classroom: Digital Materials, Embodied Knowledge and Material Contexts [chapter]

Michael Dezuanni, Annette Woods
2014 Literacy in the Arts  
Literacy in the arts: Retheorising learning and teaching. Springer, Switzerland, pp. 143-160.  ...  From this perspective, when students undertake media production, the inscription practices that occur when they express ideas through producing culturally encoded images with a video camera are in constant  ...  She says: "I mean by an incorporating practice an action that is encoded into bodily memory by repeated performances until it becomes habitual."  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04846-8_9 fatcat:d6kivto4ina23hahl6wvgbgbsm

Theory in practice. digital documentation in developing effective methods for preserving cultural heritage. The study case of Raksila wooden neighbourhood in Oulu, Finland

Sara Porzilli, Anna-Maija Ylimaula
2019 Zenodo  
new level of knowledge, directly connected to the practice and action.  ...  When theory serves practice better, it helps also maintaining the genius [...]  ...  of this text.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3559606 fatcat:wzdeyj7qkbegni655cbmwjvzam
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