Constitutionalism: Multiparty Democracy in the African Political Matrix
Beyond Literate Western Models: Contextualizing
Theological Education in Oral Contexts.
the Common Core Si ate Standards for students, but we need to spread the word I at CTE is the answer, or we are preaching to our own choir.
Thinking historically and Christianly involves relying on evidence and contextualizing
while resisting the urge to idolize figures from the past.
It attempts to foster both comprehension of professional knowledge and the attitude of contextualizing
knowledge with situational factors.
He condenses and expands scenes from the classic work, using some of the original steps--keeping the Petipa choreography intact in the Rose Adagio, but contextualizing
Balchin does a good job of contextualizing
the work of each scientist within his or her particular cultural and social milieu.
By the second act, which showcases much of Berlin's movie and Broadway work, the storytelling and contextualizing
of songs have fallen largely by the wayside.
Gambrill sets the stage in a particularly clear fashion by contextualizing
the evidence based practice movement, distinguishing between evidence based practice and practice guidelines, and providing implications for the development of social work practice knowledge.
Big Winners (all works 2005) for example, in which a ramp supported by a wooden lattice extends from near a wall toward the center of the bare floor, struggles to rise above the status of a craft project, perhaps because it contains too many contextualizing
visual clues for an illusion of scalar indeterminacy to be sustained.
activities themselves are a rich source of creative reading and writing assignments, and they are especially useful for linking offline and online learning.
His approach to literary texts combines close reading with deft historical contextualizing
and erudite attention to intertexts in ancient authors.