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Synonyms for academia

academic life


Synonyms for academia

the academic world

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Studies on twins allow researchers to isolate and observe the impact of genetic and environmental factors--in this case, on association between self-regulation and academic skills.
The results showed that children with chronic kidney diseases had lower scores than the general population in executive function and memory domains, and they scored lower in tests of academic skills related to mathematics, reading, and spelling.
The mean differences in academic skills varied from −15.7 to −1.22 for mathematics, −9.04 to −0.17 for reading, and −14.2 to 2.53 for spelling compared to children without CKD.
The researchers found that early learning environments supported the emergence of pre-academic skills that persisted into early adolescence to predict children's 5th grade academic skills. Pathways from early learning environments to later academic skill were similar for children from White, Black, Hispanic, English-speaking, and Hispanic Spanish-speaking backgrounds.
The workshops were followed by various visits to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Ford Foundation to improve their academic skills and establish a scientific methodology for their applied practices in the non-profit sector.
According to Estrada, teachers do not only develop the youth's academic skills but also 'cultivate in their young minds the value of keeping peace and abhorring any forms of conflicts.'
It has been wonderful to see how they have developed and grown in academic skills and I am thrilled for them.
Retaining the user-friendly and practical approach of the previous text Legal Method, Skills, and Reasoning, Learning Legal Skills and Reasoning contains 16 additional chapters which explore sources of law, general academic skills and extends the original oral skills chapter into four which deal with presentation and debating, mooting, negotiation, and mediation.
Mr Arthurs started working for the university in 1996 and was an academic skills tutor in the School of Human and Health Sciences since 2001, where he created and developed the Learning Quality Support Unit.
Areas of a child's growth and well-being that receive attention in school readiness include physical abilities and motor development; social and emotional development; motivation and desire for learning; cognitive development and early academic skills; creativity and imagination; and language and literacy development (Minnesota Department of Education, 2007).
Shazia Nawaz Awan has provided a review of Headway Academic Skills, Listening and Speaking and Headway Academic Skills, Reading and Writing: Introductory Level (Philpot & Curnick, 2013), which will be of particular relevance to EAP instructors.
Mobius Learning, which creates custom eLearning solutions, developed Linxus based on the premise that in order for children to do well in their core classes, they must develop what are called "noncognitive academic skills."
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