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The second phase, using the roadmap we describe, is about conceptualizing and packaging your idea, analyzing the market and the industry environment, validating your assumptions, particularly as to your potential customers and financial sources, and selling your idea to stakeholders.
Referring back to NCECT's framework, learning journals can assist students in clearly conceptualizing questions that arise as they reflect upon and reason through the concepts and opinions presented during class sessions and during field based experiences.
While current identity theory provides a much needed framework for conceptualizing father-child relations pre and post incarceration, there are many gaps to fill to make full use of the theory.
She then proposes an 'ecological paradigm' relevant to conceptualizing the nature and outcomes of ability related expectancies.
Finally, conceptualizing and measuring sustained improvement can be approached in a variety of ways, and further research is warranted.
Providing a framework for conceptualizing common memory glitches, Schacter considers these seven sins: transience, absentmindedness, blocking, misattribution, suggestibility, bias, and persistence.
Student demands for 'any time - anywhere' computing have prompted both institutions and technology vendors to take steps toward conceptualizing a radical new vision of what mobile computing means for higher education.
Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy has called for conceptualizing smart cities according to Indians needs.
Essays are in sections on conceptualizing the person, self-regulation, incorporating situations into a science of the individual, and paradigm change in psychological models of human nature.
Conceptualizing clients from a multicultural perspective indicates that school counselor trainees are aware of and can integrate information about various cultural factors into clients' presenting issues and, subsequently, identify an appropriate treatment plan for working with clients based on this information (Constantine & Ladany, 2000).
Hence, by eliminating this procedure, the learner is able to redirect his/her effort to conceptualizing the structure, an essential aspect in second language learning that is too often lacking.
A large proportion of all computer problems is attributable to the initial, informal, subjective phase of conceptualizing how a system should or should not behave," says Larry J.
Historians are turning increasingly to metaphors of birth, invention, and construction to connote the centrality to the historical project of studies of the creation, dissemination, legitimation and eventual naturalization and assimilation of fundamentally new ways of conceptualizing and organizing experience.
Led by a management team of industry veterans, Kenpo's experienced designers specialize in conceptualizing and bringing to life cutting edge outerwear, denim and fleece styles for the everyday consumer.