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Quelle perennite une recherche appliquee a Taction educative peut-elle avoir sans recherche fondamentale?
La qualite educative des pays est un indicateur issu des donnees du Rapport global de la competitivite pour l'annee 2008 (JELLAL 2015).
All this stands out in education the obvious necessity of building, from Pedagogy, each experience area as a general field of education and as professional competency that the educator can never be given up to make educative relationship.
The situations set out above are, of course, idealized so as to demonstrate what one should expect from the educative characteristic of these measures.
If one visits something like this which is creative we become more aware of these things and it is more educative and interesting.
This paper explores the nursing literature to identify the educative process and essential features of debriefing.
These studies of the educative role of newspapers suggest that newspapers form only one route for raising awareness of issues among the public and that they are more useful in educating certain sectors of the population than others.
VIEWING the Parliament channel, ever an entertaining and educative experience, left me wondering - not for the first time - what MPs get up to, politically not personally.
He said this program is designed especially for the students to encourage them to participate in the healthy, meaningful and educative outdoor student oriented activities.
As part of Ergon, De Boeck will continue its international expansion, the publisher said, adding it would focus the coming years on bolstering its core educative business.
Providing writing instructors with a strong sense of place (Larry Beason), encouraging them to engage in ongoing professional development (Beth Brunk-Chavez), involving them in educative (1) evaluation processes (Clyde Moneyhun), and fostering "cultures of great teaching" (Diana Ashe) can each have a profound impact on teacher quality and retention.
Comics keep their audience, especially young minds, captivated and make even boring material fun and educative.
Speaking from an European point of view, the initiative for promoting curricular and extracurricular educative activity belongs to the European Council, more precisely to the Council of Ministers, which has embodied its steps into the recommendations addressed for this particular field to the member states.
Often humorous, sometimes surprising, always thoughtful and educative, the book chronicles the author's and his family's attempts to live more simply, learn by doing, produce their own food, and even make musical instruments (the cigar box ukelele pictured on the cover) while living in suburban California.