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reconceptualize

(ˌriːkənˈsɛptʃʊəˌlaɪz) or

reconceptualise

vb (tr)
formal to conceptualize (something) again or in a new way
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Attention in the pedagogical component would be the necessary reaction to problems evidenced by traditional university training in order to face the cultural, political, social and economic changes.6 The accrediting, regulatory and de-autonomisingtendencies,7 as well as the pressures to reconceptualise education as a private good instead of public,4,8 the increase in the diversity of students and the impact of the technological advances9 have also contributed.
Moderator Gavin Elliot, principal of BDP surmised: "We need to reconceptualise the climate agenda to bring about a mental shift in the way people think of it.
The minister added that the society needs to reconceptualise knowledge, work, justice, human dignity and freedom, pointing out that progress cannot be realised without these values which are the most important components of a civilisation.
Ideological states have not fared well over the last one hundred years and for Pakistan to achieve stability, security, and prosperity, the country should reconceptualise itself as a territorial, not ideological state, argues Husain Haqqani in his new book 'Reimagining Pakistan'.Haqqani unveiled his book at an event organised by the Center for International Security Studies at the prestigious Princeton University.
The following section calls upon educators to reconceptualise play as well as their role.
In the light of Edward Said's Orientalism, numerous scholars assumed the task of challenging his binaries and abandoning "the prevailing dominant discourse of difference between East and West" and adopting "a more heuristically beneficial and cogent framework of analysis within which to reconceptualise not only the Renaissance, but all interactions within and beyond the early modern Mediterranean world" (4).
PNE by definition aims to reconceptualise pain, thus minimising biomechanical and anatomical issues as a main source of pain, and rather focuses on the biological processes associated with persistent pain, such as central sensitisation (Moseley 2007).
"F1 will be in Bahrain for a very long time and, as I heard, there are plans down the road to reconceptualise BIC to ensure renewed interest in it - and the new F1 City falls in line with that," said Mr Al Ansari.
I used these frameworks to reconceptualise a working unit plan for Year 9 English.
Craig explained how the receivers are designed to collect data and what that information looks like: "It's like thousands and thousands of kilometres of colour of which the eye is only able to see a very, very small percentage." As I use only colour and light in much of my work, his explanation allowed me to reconceptualise the science and my own practise in a very visual way.