Kompetenzorientiert Unterrichten Das Aviva Modell F Nf Phasen Guten Unterrichts

Author: Christoph Städeli
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ISBN: 9783039059003
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Individualisierender Unterricht; Unterricht; Didaktik; Unterrichtsmethode.

California County Summits

Author: Gary Suttle
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From Carpenter Hill in Sacramento County at 828' to Mt. Whitney at 14,491', California's 58 counties offer extremes in peak experiences! In this unique guide, you will find trailheads, trail descriptions and mileages, plus previews of what you'll see from California's county summits.

Sammlung

Author: Nina G. Garsoïan
Editor: Variorum
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This is the third collection of articles by Nina Garsoïan on Early Armenian history and civilization. A number of articles included here continue earlier investigations of Iranian and Byzantine political and, especially, doctrinal and social influences on Medieval Armenia, precariously wedged between the two super-powers of the period, Byzantium and Sasanian Persia. A second theme is the development of the autocephalous Armenian Church as it freed itself from foreign pressures and achieved its own dogmatic position. Last, several studies consider some inadequacies in some recent historiography and suggest a more promising redirection in our approach to Armenian history and the formation of its national identity.

Visible Learning

Author: John Hattie
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134024126
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This unique and ground-breaking book is the result of 15 years research and synthesises over 800 meta-analyses on the influences on achievement in school-aged students. It builds a story about the power of teachers, feedback, and a model of learning and understanding. The research involves many millions of students and represents the largest ever evidence based research into what actually works in schools to improve learning. Areas covered include the influence of the student, home, school, curricula, teacher, and teaching strategies. A model of teaching and learning is developed based on the notion of visible teaching and visible learning. A major message is that what works best for students is similar to what works best for teachers – an attention to setting challenging learning intentions, being clear about what success means, and an attention to learning strategies for developing conceptual understanding about what teachers and students know and understand. Although the current evidence based fad has turned into a debate about test scores, this book is about using evidence to build and defend a model of teaching and learning. A major contribution is a fascinating benchmark/dashboard for comparing many innovations in teaching and schools.

Handbook Of Behavioral Medicine

Author: Andrew Steptoe
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387094885
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Behavioral medicine emerged in the 1970s as the interdisciplinary field concerned with the integration of behavioral, psychosocial, and biomedical science knowledge relevant to the understanding of health and illness, and the application of this knowledge to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Recent years have witnessed an enormous diversification of behavioral medicine, with new sciences (such as genetics, life course epidemiology) and new technologies (such as neuroimaging) coming into play. This book brings together such new developments by providing an up-to-date compendium of methods and applications drawn from the broad range of behavioral medicine research and practice. The book is divided into 10 sections that address key fields in behavioral medicine. Each section begins with one or two methodological or conceptual chapters, followed by contributions that address substantive topics within that field. Major health problems such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, HIV/AIDs, and obesity are explored from multiple perspectives. The aim is to present behavioral medicine as an integrative discipline, involving diverse methodologies and paradigms that converge on health and well being.

Portfolios Personal Development And Reflective Practice

Author: John Pitts
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ISBN: 9780904473391
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Experiments In Ethics

Author: Anthony Appiah
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674026094
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Introduction: The waterless moat -- The case against character -- The case against intuition -- The varieties of moral experience -- The ends of ethics.

Schoolteacher

Author: Dan C. Lortie
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226493534
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Upon its initial publication, many reviewers dubbed Dan C. Lortie's Schoolteacher the best social portrait of the profession since Willard Waller's classic The Sociology of Teaching. This new printing of Lortie's classic—including a new preface bringing the author's observations up to date—is an essential view into the world and culture of a vitally important profession.

Representation Evidence And Justification

Author: Michael Frauchiger
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110323567
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This anthology assembles original contributions by leading analytical philosophers to a broad range of topics on which Suppes has set out ideas which still point the way ahead. All the papers included were originally given at the 1st International Lauener Symposium on Analytical Philosophy, which accompanied the Presentation of the first Lauener Prize to Patrick Suppes. His detailed commentaries on each of the revised articles as well as the added interview elicit a spirit of constructive academic conversation. The book joins together contributions by Patrick Suppes, Dagfinn Føllesdal, Nancy Cartwright, Wilhelm K. Essler, Steven French, Stephan Hartmann, and Michael Frauchiger. The collection as a whole puts a different and stimulating perspective on a variety of issues in the methodology of science and philosophy.

The Secret Providence Of God

Author: John Calvin
Editor: Crossway
ISBN: 1433523248
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In 1558 John Calvin held a prominent position of leadership in the Reform movement. He had written prolifically and his works had been widely circulated-and critiqued. It was at this time that he penned an answer to a critique of his position on divine providence, as articulated in the 1546 edition of the Institutes. His polemical defense of his beliefs, The Secret Providence of God, reflects the boisterous, argumentative tone of the Reformation era and is Calvin's fullest treatment on this most important doctrine. Unfortunately, in recent decades this work has been largely forgotten. With this new English translation of Calvin's work, editor Paul Helm reintroduces The Secret Providence of God to students, pastors, and lay readers of Reformed theology. Translator Keith Goad has modernized the English while preserving a Latinized translation style as far as possible. Helm has provided a full introduction, discussing the work's background, content, style, and relation to Calvin's other writings on providence.