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core′ curric`ulum

a school curriculum in which the subjects are correlated to a central theme.
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'The elimination of Filipino as a core curriculum subject is a mistake,' Jimenez wrote.
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"The core curriculum of the programme gives participants a unique opportunity to learn global best and next practices.
Hatching Results for Elementary School Counseling: Implementing Core Curriculum and Other Tier One Activities
"It was a dark, stormy night in April 2014...." Well, it might not have been dark and/or stormy, but once again, Mary Kay Bader and I were wrestling with our decision to co-edit the planned sixth edition of the AANN Core Curriculum. (1,2) What to do, what to do--we weren't even stirring a cauldron as we muttered about succession planning, fresh eyes, expert authors, timelines, and other unmentionables.
While many organizations have begun to recognize this role formally, none has articulated it better than the AAACN with publication of the Care Coordination and Transition Management Core Curriculum (Haas, Swan, & Haynes, 2014).
We are pleased to serve as the Co-Editors of this first edition of the Core Curriculum for Urologic Nursing (referred to as the Core Curriculum) that has been developed as a comprehensive text for three main purposes:
Chapel Hill, NC, January 21, 2016 --( The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) announces its new international clinical Core Curriculum on thrombosis and hemostasis, the first framework of its kind to define the minimum standards for a medical doctor to attain a level of proficiency to enable them to practice independently as specialists in the field.
Kempson, Lewin, Burt, and Poliakoff focus on the institution's general education, or core curriculum, program.
He wrote that Saint Joseph's College's Core Curriculum presented "flexibility that provides for replenishment of energy and interest." (1) Parlett noted that Core faculty "are encouraged to think in interdisciplinary terms; to read books outside of their own subject; to realize the limitations of their own disciplinary teach in front of colleagues; and to collaborate with their peers in talking through, and worrying over, the overall structure of each Core segment." (2) In reference to the college's general education curriculum, Parlett recognized that "St.
With this in mind, a core curriculum for agricultural and biosystems engineering programs in Europe has been developed by the USAEE (University Studies of Agricultural Engineering in Europe) Thematic Network and approved by the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEAN1).