نتایج جستجو برای Education

تعداد نتایج: 169897  

Journal: :International journal of epidemiology 2001
E Brunner,

Journal: :The Journal of Cell Biology 2008
Ruth Williams,

B ruce Alberts needs no introduction to our readers, each one of whom is sure to have a thoroughly dog-eared copy of " Molecular Biology of the Cell " (1). Alberts, a co-author of this bible of biology, has not only been shaping the scientifi c landscape through his research (2, 3), but also infl uencing the way science is done (4), and the way science is taught (5, 6). Not bad for a man who fa...

Journal: :The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 1976
M E Lonergan, D A Parry,

Good or poor nutrition education begins in early life. Often reinforced by misguided parental threats and entreaties, the preschool child, within the framework of personal preference, usually displays uncritical acceptance of family eating patterns. When he first enters school he regards his own eating habits, whether the emphasis is on pie and chips, meat and two vegetables or on vegan fare, a...

2005
Michalis Nik Xenos, Bill Vassiliadis, Athanassios N. Skodras,

This paper discusses the new possibilities that Grid technologies create in education, presents current learning paradigms and makes a prediction about the way in which Grid technologies may affect the future of education. The case of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) is presented and the current educational technologies and tools used are illustrated. The paper also presents a scenario for th...

2004
Usha Goswami,

Introduction Both educationists and neuroscientists are interested in learning and how to optimise learning. Neuroscientists investigate the processes by which the brain learns and remembers, from the molecular and cellular levels right through to brain systems (for example, the system of neural areas and pathways underpinning our ability to estimate numerosities, calculate exact quantities and...

2015
Elizabeth Swanson, Sharon Vaughn, Elizabeth A. Swanson,

Research in special education has yielded beneficial outcomes for students with disabilities as well as typical achieving students. The authors provide examples of the valuable knowledge special education research has generated, including the elements of response to intervention (e.g., screening and progress monitoring), instructional practices such as systematic instruction and feedback, and i...

1990
P. Selva Peter Sundararaj, P. Surendra Kumar,

The non-availability of health care in the rural area leads to the problems like infant mortality, infectious disease deaths and malnutrition. Rural health can be promoted both at preventive and promotive levels through non-formal education.

2015
Claudia Mauricio Pieper, Sandra Maria Costa, Anna Wiltgen, Andrea Martins, Rosane Kupfer,

Materials and methods Longitudinal study, with the participation of 24 young people with diabetes type 1 (DM1) between 10-17 yrs. old. The acting classes are biweekly lasting, for 3 hrs., aiming to improve the expressions of feelings and at the same time the body language, as a way of working possible psychological barriers in the adherence to diabetes treatment. The program covers topics on di...

Journal: :Nurse education today 2015
Elizabeth Collier, Chris Knifton, Claire Surr,

This article is a contemporary issues piece which discusses the challenges in providing dementia education in Higher Education Institutions.

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