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re·cruit

 (rĭ-kro͞ot′)
v. re·cruit·ed, re·cruit·ing, re·cruits
v.tr.
1.
a. To enlist (persons) in military service.
b. To strengthen or raise (an armed force) by enlistment.
2. To hire or enroll, or seek to hire or enroll (new employees, members, or students).
3. To renew or restore (health or vitality, for example).
v.intr.
1. To enlist personnel in a military force.
2. To recruit new employees, members, or students.
n.
1. A newly engaged member of a military force, especially one of the lowest rank or grade.
2. A new member of an organization.

[French recruter, from obsolete recrute, recruit, variant of recrue, from feminine past participle of recroître, to grow again, from Old French recroistre : re-, re- + croistre, to grow (from Latin crēscere; see ker- in Indo-European roots).]

re·cruit′er n.
re·cruit′ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.recruitment - the act of getting recruitsrecruitment - the act of getting recruits; enlisting people for the army (or for a job or a cause etc.)
accomplishment, achievement - the action of accomplishing something
Translations
تَجْنيدتَوْظِيف
náborodvod
rekruttering
värväys
zapošljavanje
toborzás
söfnun/skráning nÿrra meîlima
新人補充
신규 모집
odvádzanie
novačenje
rekrytering
การรับสมาชิกใหม่
eleman almaüye kaydetme
sự tuyển mộ

recruitment

[rɪˈkruːtmənt]
A. N (Mil) → reclutamiento m; [of staff] → contratación f
B. CPD recruitment agency Nagencia f de colocaciones

recruitment

[rɪˈkruːtmənt]
n [workers, soldiers, members] → recrutement m
modif [campaign, drive, process] → de recrutement; [advert] → pour le recrutement; [company, fair, firm] → de recrutement; [consultant] → en recrutementrecruitment agency nagence f de recrutement

recruitment

n (of soldiers)Rekrutierung f, → Aushebung f; (of members)(An)werbung f; (of staff)Einstellung f

recruitment

:
recruitment agency
nPersonalagentur f
recruitment consultant
nPersonalberater(in) m(f)
recruitment drive
nAnwerbungskampagne f
recruitment process

recruitment

[rɪˈkruːtmənt] nreclutamento

recruit

(rəˈkruːt) noun
1. a person who has (just) joined the army, air force etc.
2. a person who has (just) joined a society, group etc. Our party needs new recruits before the next election.
verb
to cause to join the army, a society etc. We must recruit more troops; Can't you recruit more members to the music society?
reˈcruitment noun

recruitment

تَوْظِيف nábor rekruttering Personalbeschaffung στρατολόγηση reclutamiento värväys recrutement zapošljavanje assunzione 新人補充 신규 모집 recrutering rekruttering rekrutacja recrutamento набор rekrytering การรับสมาชิกใหม่ eleman alma sự tuyển mộ 征募
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An appropriate recruiting response was recorded each time a student emitted all three of the following behaviors in the sequence: (a) raised his or her hand; (b) waited quietly until the teacher recognized him or her either verbally (e.g., "I'll be right there.") or moving to the student's desk; and (c) voiced a question or statement to the teacher about his or her academic work (e.g., "Did I do this right?" "How am I doing?" "I don't understand this one.") when the teacher was within a proximity of 3 feet of the student.
The entire student-teacher interaction--beginning with the student's hand raise and ending with the teacher moving away from the student--counted as one recruiting response, even if the student asked more than one question once the teacher was within the 3-foot proximity of the student.
An inappropriate recruiting response was not recorded if the student:
Not every recruiting response will result in teacher praise (Alber et al., 1999; Craft et al., 1998; Connell et al., 1993; Harchik et.
For example, students can be provided with an index card listing the steps for recruiting, a place to check off each recruiting response, and place to mark a self-assessment symbol (e.g., a plus for correct recruiting, and a minus for incorrect recruiting).
Research has found that systematically training students to recruit positive attention increases recruiting responses and adult attention for wide range of learners completing a variety of tasks.
A recruiting response was recorded each time a student emitted all three of following behaviors in sequence: (a) raised his or her hand; (b) waited quietly until the teacher recognized him or her either verbally (e.g., "I'll be right with you.") or by moving to the student's desk within 20 s of the student's hand raise; and (c) voiced a question or statement to the teacher about his or her academic work (e.g., "How am I doing?" "I don't understand this one." "Would you please look at my work?" "Look, I'm finished with my work!").
The entire student-teacher interaction--beginning with the student's hand raise and ending with the teacher moving away from the student's desk--was recorded as one recruiting response, even if the student asked more than one question once the teacher was at his or her desk.