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TES

abbreviation for
(Journalism & Publishing) Times Educational Supplement
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The doctrine of reminiscence too is explained more in accordance with fact and experience as arising out of the affinities of nature (ate tes thuseos oles suggenous ouses).
Up to that moment he, like many other persons, had been absolutely ignorant that a man's marriage is, legally as well as socially, considered to be the most important event in his life; that it destroys the validity of any will which he may have made as a single man; and that it renders absolutely necessary the entire re-assertion of his tes tamentary intentions in the characte r of a husband.
Even the words casually used to describe tES, such as "shocks" and "zaps," contribute to negative and incorrect impressions.
Findings such as these are promising, but insufficient grounds for marketing tES to the public as a tool for cognitive enhancement.
Building systems research has utilized passive latent TES units which peak shave high demand periods by charging a large PCM tank during periods of low energy demand (e.g.
Rajnish Sharma, Editor of TES Orbit , said: "It is a proud moment for us.
Formerly known as TSL Education, TES Global is the UK's leader in teacher recruitment, advertising over 70,000 teaching jobs in the last 12 months alone.
"TES expects to significantly increase visibility through networking and collaboration opportunities available at ITCN Asia", he mentioned.
Under the agreement, Pratt & Whitney and TES Aviation Group will work together to consume material from PW4000-100" engines that have been displaced from recently retired Airbus A330 commercial aircraft fleets.
After providing an informative overview of the "confused origins" of scientific TEs, Roux suggests three criteria that a TE must meet: first, it is counterfactual; second, by utilizing our imagination it conjures a concrete scenario; and third, it (unlike mere fictions) has a well-determined cognitive intention.
So far, however, research on TEs has not paid much attention to what it takes from TEs to support PSTs' processes of learning to teach subject matter, in particular, the complexities associated with learning specific subject matter, and that thus make sense from the perspective of the students in the PSTs' classrooms.