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third space

n
informal the coffee shop considered as an alternative to a bar or restaurant as a place to socialize outside the home
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This third space is located at the crossroads of the 3 sectors (sheep, Goat, Bovine).
Recharacterizing the margins as a third space (Whitchurch, 2008) could allow a degree of freedom for EAP teachers to best exercise their professionalism on their own terms: a postmodern professionalism focused on engagement, service, and collaboration.
There was a spot available with Seb Rodger and Jack Green named in the event but the selectors have chosen not to fill the third space.
Zeichner's (2010) concept of third space is particularly important in understanding the gap between university- and school-based contexts and in guiding discussion of the findings and significance of the study.
Julia Becker and Vera von Falkenhausen both present essays that examine the role of charters, chanceries, and royal officials in the creation of transcultural heritage, discussing how the latinization of the Sicilian court led to the obsolescence of this third space by the beginning of the thirteenth century.
This article attempts to contribute to these fields by providing an overview of a small case study of a reconceptualised third space approach to food education in teacher education.
Third Space is a spatial term to describe the experience of meeting at the borders that mark differing cultures or contexts.
He added that construction of a third space plane was also due to begin in this year.
The importance of understanding the nature of working in this third space is underlined by the changing educational policy context of many governments in relation to teacher education programs and teacher quality.
nationalism and voice, Sherman Alexie and the Third Space of Sovereignty, literary aesthetics and cultural boundaries in David Treuer's Little Portrait of the Artist, Louise Erdrich's Shadow Tag, the realities of fiction in LeAnne Howe's Shell Shaker, and the future of art, life and criticism in the work of Womack and Sarris.
Through a third space lens, I examine the complexities and demands of academic language learning in middle school.
A well-designed third space can accommodate a range of different functions in one location, offering a variety of different working options and helping to increase productivity and creativity.