Discourse and Knowledge:Defence of a Collectivist Ethics Janna Thompson
Advancing knowledge into the clinical assessment of dementia:Extensive review and design of a neuropsychological test battery for assessment Simon Thompson
The Unity of Fichte´s Doctrine of Knowledge (Classic Reprint): Anna Boynton Thompson
A Shooting Catechism or the Essential Guide to the Etiquette and Knowledge of English Game Shooting: R. F. Meysey-Thompson
Shooting Catechism or the Essential Guide to the Etiquette and Knowledge of English Game Shooting: R. F. Meysey-Thompson
This volume represents both recent research in pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), as well as emerging innovations in how PCK is applied in practice. The notion of ´´research to practice´´ is critical to validating how effectively PCK works within the clinic and how it can be used to improve STEM learning. As the need for more effective educational approaches in STEM grows, the importance of developing, identifying, and validating effective practices and practitioner competencies are needed. This book covers a wide range of topics in PCK in different school levels (middle school, college teacher training, teacher professional development), and different environments (museums, rural). The contributors believe that vital to successful STEM education practice is recognition that STEM domains require both specialized domain knowledge as well as specialized pedagogical approaches. The authors of this work were chosen because of their extensive fieldwork in PCK research and practice, making this volume valuable to furthering how PCK is used to enlighten the understanding of learning, as well as providing practical instruction. This text helps STEM practitioners, researchers, and decision-makers further their interest in more effective STEM education practice, and raises new questions about STEM learning.
Plagiarism or intertextuality?:A study of the politics of knowledge, identity and textual ownership in undergraduate student writing Celia Thompson
How Do Businesses and Generations Maintain Its Legacy?:A Case of Social Interaction and Knowledge Transfer Krakrafaa Thompson Tenent Bestman
DescriptionThe simplest introduction to learning to read music. This book looks at basic musical theory - note names, signs and symbols, what they look like and what they mean.No musical knowledge is needed - ideal for children starting to learn to sing or play an instrument.