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kanuka

(ˈkɑːnuːkə)
n, pl kanuka
(Plants) a New Zealand myrtaceous tree, Leptospermum Ericoides, with aromatic leaves. Also called: white tea tree
[Māori]
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Its already involved in growing forest-grade podocarp species rimu, totara, matai, kahikatea, miro and kauri, and also has a large order book for manuka, kanuka and other pioneer species.
Summary: Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Dec 21 (ANI): In view of the coming festivals of Christmas and Sankranti, the Andhra Pradesh Government is distributing about six varieties of essential commodities under the Chandranna Kanuka scheme.
As part of spreading happiness, we have initiated Ramadan Tohfa (Ramadan Gift), Sankranti Kanuka, Happy Sunday and Ananda Lahiri [waves of happiness] in the state," Naidu said.
Randy Garrison and Heather Kanuka, "Blended Learning: Uncovering Its Transformative Potential in Higher Education," The Internet and Higher Education, 2004, http://bit.
The product, known as Honevo, is a cream consisting of 90% New Zealand kanuka honey and 10% glycerine.
Scholars have argued that philosophy of technology assumptions, especially technological determinism, may influence the thinking or discourse of educators concerning technology (Bennett & Maton, 2010; Cukier, Ngwenyama, Bauer, & Middleton, 2009; Fisher, 2006; Jones & Czerniewicz, 2010; Jones & Healing, 2010; Kanuka, 2008; Kritt & Winegar, 2010; Leonardi, 2008; Oliver, 2011; Selwyn, 2010; Strobel & Tillberg-Webb, 2009), and affect policy (Clegg, Hudson, & Steel, 2003; Cukier et al.
Garrison & Kanuka (2004) consideram o B-learning como um processo de integracao refletida que leva a escolha das carateristicas de cada um dos regimes, que se adaptam melhor as necessidades do projeto de ensino-aprendizagem que se pretende levar a cabo.
Complementam Anderson & Kanuka (2003) que a entrevista se apresenta como um metodo unico na coleta de dados, posto que o investigador o faz atraves de comunicacao direta com o entrevistado.
Both students and faculty typically report increased satisfaction and learning in online courses depending on the quantity of interactions (Dziuban & Moskal, 2001; Gunawardena & Zittle, 1997; Hartman & Truman-Davis, 2001; Kanuka & Anderson, 1998; Shea, Fredericksen, Pickett, Pelz, & Swan, 2001).
Comparative study on the in vitro antibacterial activity of Australian tea tree oil, cajuput oil, niaouli oil, manuka oil, kanuka oil, and Eucalyptus oil.
Availability of technologies has made traditional teaching methods including textbooks, face-to-face and deductive teaching outdated (Garrison and Kanuka, 2004).
In addition to learning how to use a specific technology, faculty often struggle with the need to reconceptualize and reorganize pedagogical strategies (Garrison & Kanuka, 2004; Georgina & Olson, 2008).