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The Status of Basic Skills Attainment in Michigan Public Schools

Author : Michigan. Department of Education
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In depth Evaluation Guidelines and Instrument for Basic Skills

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Resources in Education

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American Education

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Math

Author : Center for Remediation Design (Washington, D.C.)
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Illinois Certification Testing System ICTS

Author : Illinois State Board of Education (1973- )
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Comprehensive list of percentages of pass/fail by college name stating results of the Illinois Certification Testing System.

Learning Trajectories Violence and Empowerment amongst Adult Basic Skills Learners

Author : Vicky Duckworth
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Learning Trajectories, Violence and Empowerment amongst Adult Basic Skills Learners offers deep insights into the lives of marginalised communities and the link between learning, literacy and violence, not previously carried out in-depth in a small scale study. It breaks the negative stereo-types of adults who struggle to read and write, who are often labelled and stigmatised by dominant discourses, and in doing so exposes why and how Basic Skills Learners often find themselves in marginal positions. The structural inequalities many face from childhood to adulthood across the private and public domains of their lives are revealed and probed, thus challenging neo-liberalism claims of an apparently egalitarian social field. The learners’ narratives expose the contradiction, complexities and ambivalences they experience in their daily lives, and how they try to make sense of them from their structural positioning as basic skills learners in a society based on inequality of opportunity and choice. Applying a feminist, qualitative, longitudinal, ethnographic and participatory approach, the book offers a critical perspective, drawing on Bourdieu’s work as the theoretical framework, as well as using a range of feminist, sociologists of education, literature on the ethics of care and critical literacy pedagogy, including the New Literacy Studies. The author’s personal position as an ’insider’ with ‘insider knowledge’ of marginalised communities is also woven throughout the chapters and offers insights into the struggles, conformity and resistance faced by the participants in the study. The book contributes to the debate on the impact of violence on learning and its link to class, gender and basic skills as well opening up a discussion on the power of a critical curriculum to empower people across the domains of their lives. It will be valuable reading for trainee teachers, teachers, education and sociology students, postgraduate students, as well as literacy specialists, researchers, academics, policy makers and managers of public services.

Basic Skills for the Workplace

Author : Maurice Charles Taylor
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Literacy or basic skills instruction for the workplace is a new and evolving field of practice for trainers, program planners and other partners in business, industry and education. With the growing gap between workplace demands and workforce skills increasing, there is now a need to ensure that employees with basic skills deficiencies have education and training opportunities. Exactly how to go about this endeavour has been an area of concern for both employers and union leaders alike. Basic Skills in the Workplace is a response to this need. It is a useful resource and day-to-day practical g.

Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data

Author : Mary Lee
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Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data, Fifth Edition, is the classic and most popular pharmacy laboratory text because it is the only reference on this subject written by pharmacists, for pharmacists. Students find this guide a clear and useful introduction to the fundamentals of interpreting laboratory test results. The book enhances the skills pharmacists need by providing essential information on common laboratory tests used to screen for or diagnose diseases and monitor the effectiveness and safety of treatment and disease severity. Each chapter contains learning objectives, case studies, bibliographies, and charts that summarize the causes of high and low test results. New for this edition: Updated and expanded Quick View tables in each chapter now match those in the popular quick-reference, Interpreting Laboratory Data: A Point-of-Care Guide New glossary of acronyms is right up front for a streamlined reference Normal value ranges of all tests have been standardized by an expert pathologist New and updated cases in each chapter apply your Basic Skills in clinical situations Reorganized to highlight the application of concepts by body system, and in special populations Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data offers features that will help pharmacy students not only understand and engage with the material but also will streamline the transition from classroom to practice setting. After studying with this trusted text, students and pharmacists will more effectively monitor patient therapy, evaluate test results, and improve outcomes through optimal and focused pharmacotherapy.

Annual Report of the State Board of Education

Author : Ohio. State Board of Education
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Perception of Business and Industry

Author : Denis A. Junge
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Basic Skills in Sports

Author : David Alvin Armbruster
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Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2013 and AutoCAD 2013

Author : Randy Shih
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Most schools using Autodesk software first introduce students to the 2D features of AutoCAD and then go on to its 3D Capabilities. Inventor is usually reserved for the second or third course or for a solid modeling course. However, another possibility is to introduce students first to solid modeling using Autodesk Inventor and then to introduce AutoCAD as a 2D product. In this book students learn to create solid models using Autodesk Inventor and then learn how to create working drawings of their 3D models using AutoCAD. This approach provides students with a strong understanding of the process used by many professionals in the industry to create models and working drawings. This book contains a series of tutorial style lessons designed to introduce Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, solid modeling, and parametric modeling. It uses a hands-on, exercise-intensive approach to all the import parametric modeling techniques and concepts. The lessons guide the user from constructing basic shapes to building intelligent mechanical designs, creating multi-view drawings and assembly models. An Introduction to Inventor 2013 and AutoCAD 2013 consists of eleven chapters from Parametric Modeling with Inventor 2013 and six chapters from AutoCAD 2013 Tutorial-First Level: 2D Fundamentals. Both of these books are highly regarded and are very popular making this book an exceptional value for anyone interested in learning both software packages.

An Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2010 and AutoCAD 2010

Author : Randy Shih
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Most schools using Autodesk software first introduce students to the 2D features of AutoCAD and then go on to its 3D Capabilities. Inventor is usually reserved for the second or third course or for a solid modeling course. However, another possibility is to introduce students first to solid modeling using Inventor and then to introduce AutoCAD as a 2D product. Students learn to create solid models using Inventor and then learn how to create working drawings of their 3D models using AutoCAD. This approach provides students with a strong understanding of the process used to create models and drawing in the industry. This book contains a series of tutorial style lessons designed to introduce Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, solid modeling, and parametric modeling. It uses a hands-on, exercise-intensive approach to all the import parametric modeling techniques and concepts. The lessons guide the user from constructing basic shapes to building intelligent mechanical designs, creating multi-view drawings and assembly models. Introduction to Inventor/AutoCAD 2010 consists of ten chapters from Parametric Modeling using Inventor 2010 and six chapters from AutoCAD 2010 Tutorial-First Level: 2D Fundamentals. This book is available only as a three hole punch book for use in a spiral binder. This book is used by Ohio State in their freshman engineering program.

Storey s Basic Country Skills

Author : John Storey
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Whether you live on a small suburban lot or have a many acres in the country, this inspiring collection will empower you to increase your self-sufficiently and embrace a more independent lifestyle. A variety of authors share their specialized knowledge and provide practical instructions for basic country skills like preserving vegetables, developing water systems, keeping farm animals, and renovating barns. From sharpening an axe to baking your own bread, you’ll be amazed at the many ways learning traditional skills can enrich your life.

Full Board Public Session Minutes

Author : California. State Board of Education
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An Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2011 and AutoCAD 2011

Author : Randy H. Shih
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Most schools using Autodesk software first introduce students to the 2D features of AutoCAD and then go on to its 3D Capabilities. Inventor is usually reserved for the second or third course or for a solid modeling course. However, another possibility is to introduce students first to solid modeling using Inventor and then to introduce AutoCAD as a 2D product. Students learn to create solid models using Inventor and then learn how to create working drawings of their 3D models using AutoCAD. This approach provides students with a strong understanding of the process used to create models and drawing in the industry. This book contains a series of tutorial style lessons designed to introduce Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, solid modeling, and parametric modeling. It uses a hands-on, exercise-intensive approach to all the import parametric modeling techniques and concepts. The lessons guide the user from constructing basic shapes to building intelligent mechanical designs, creating multi-view drawings and assembly models. Introduction to Inventor2011 and AutoCAD 2011 consists of ten chapters from Parametric Modeling using Inventor 2011 and six chapters from AutoCAD 20110 Tutorial-First Level: 2D Fundamentals. This book is available only as a three hole punch book for use in a spiral binder. This book is used by Ohio State in their freshman engineering program.

Basic Skills Through Sports

Author : Renee Cummings
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Teaches basic skills through the following sports: skateboarding, basketball, baseball, football and cycling.

Mastering Basic Skills PreKindergarten Activity Book

Author : Brighter Child
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Mastering Basic Skills(R) Prekindergarten includes comprehensive content for early learners. Topics include fine motor and printing skills, basic concepts, colors and shapes, numbers, readiness skills, alphabet, and safety. The Mastering Basic Skills(R) series includes grade-specific math and language arts activities as well as reading lists, skills checklists, awards, and mini books. The comprehensive content and extra features increase the value of this series making it an appealing choice to parents looking for extra at-home practice for their child.

Basic Skills and Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology

Author : Janet R. Matthews
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Aiming to provide readers with basic information about the practical aspects of clinical service, this book also covers current professional issues, and the role of psychological associations in their professional development. The text integrates practical and professional issues important to beginning professionals in psychological service settings, and enhances practical information with case studies so that a real world view is conveyed. Legal and ethical issues are also introduced.