In spite of every advantage of university training, and in the face of her bachelorship of arts, his power of intellect overshadowed hers, and his year or so of self-study
and equipment gave him a mastery of the affairs of the world and art and life that she could never hope to possess.
This form of inquiry into one's own practice subsequently was extended from classrooms in the schools to classrooms and contexts in the academy and the field, and came to be described as 'self-study
' (Hamilton, 1998; Loughran, Hamilton, La Boskey, & Russell, 2004).
training modules called "Skill Builders," offering downloadable tutorials on topics ranging from adjusted rent calculation to completing a cash flow work-sheet.
* Not all states accept self-study
programs for credit.
NSA and Surgent now introduce four new self-study
continuing professional education course packages at savings of up to 70%.
Another new feature is self-study
English language lessons.
courses, including interactive ones offered on the Internet, abound.
research is a mode of scholarly inquiry in which teachers examine their beliefs and actions within the context of their work as educators (Whitehead, 1993) and explore pedagogical questions.
Tenders are invited for Performing the services of coordinators of the cooperation and self-study
network as part of the zachodniopomorska szczecinska szkola kwiczen project
New standards proposed for continuing education providers would permit CPAs to receive CPE credit for adaptive-learning programs in self-study
Fostering a Relational Pedagogy: Self-Study
as Transformative Praxis
Cho and Park (2016) found that private tutoring time is positively correlated with self-study
time, and J.