Disciplines: From Learning Theory to College Teaching, there are numerous traditional learning methods that are important for our background. The first, which they call study-based, is based on student focus on materials, without a strong active component. For most students, especially those of younger ages, this likely occurs most at home, where students independently study for traditional examinations. The second traditional learning method, retrieval, they describe as the conversion of study-based
through meaningful, strategic interaction. Effective leadership, while fundamentally requires technical knowledge, motivates, develops, and guides others through adept social / people skills. At the core, leadership is about two-way interconnection with others – both in self-awareness of how language, behaviors, and actions impact
purposes, and workplace English programs. TESOL Journal, 5(1), 8-31. This article introduces the concept of a learning curriculum that centralizes adult ESL learners’ needs and encourages their engagement in curriculum development. By summarizing key components of a learning curriculum including needs assessment and content-based curriculum, the study points out that curriculum negotiation in an adult ESL class can aid in increasing learner autonomy and motivating them to be in charge of their own learning
plays vital role in forming a successful human relationship. Therapeutic relationship can be simply defined as a relationship built between a client and any health care professionals including nurses and doctors, whereas emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive , control and evaluate emotions (brady,2004).Relationship such as above are established in order to promote clients health and well-being. However in order to build such a relationship a nurse must behave in a professional manner.
distinct from team training, which is designed to improve efficiency, rather than interpersonal relations. Many team-building exercises are aimed to expose and address the interpersonal problems within the group. These activities are intended to improve performance in a team-based environment. The formal definition of team-building includes: • aligning around the goals • building effective working relationships among teammates • reducing team members ' role ambiguity • finding solutions to team
Introduction 21st century nursing is an evolving, rewarding, but challenging occupation. Unlike nurses in the past, the modern nurse's role is not limited to the physician's assistant, but rather takes on a critical partnership role with both doctor and patient. This role is multicimensional: advocate, caregiver, teacher, researcher, counselor, translator, and case manager. Of course, care is of the upmost importance and includes those activities that assist the client physically mentally and
Cheatham & Watt 1992) Today, the organization is growing more complex and the business is growing larger, because of this, the communication is necessary for passing information between people working in the same organization, it provides the critical link between core functions. As Robert Kent, former dean of Harvard Business School has said, “In
as an important and powerful teaching strategy for EFL. Pesola (1991) writes that storytelling is the most widely powerful tools to surround the students with the target language. Jones (2001) added that storytelling is playing increasingly an important role in daily routine human experience and, hence, second/ foreign language teachers can give some time in their syllabus to the teaching of storytelling skills. From this perspective, storytelling would be a valuable technique to engage the students
other hand, another important institution in China is the family and the mutual dependency of its members.In Chinese societies, such relationships are governed by what is termed guanxi, which is a bond between people, on the basis of which friends are expected to look after each other's wellbeing. (Bargiela-Chiappini and Harris 1997: 42) The complexities of interpersonal relations bothered a large number of western businessmen, since most Chinese businessmen prefer to trade with friends or friends'
Summary of Clock Speed: Winning Industry Control in the Age of Temporary Advantage by Charles H. Fine Introduction In order to conduct a scientific study, you set a baseline then introduce changes in order to understand the impact of the change. Unfortunately, the rate of change, or clock speed, in many studies (human evolution as an example) is too slow for one person to have time to introduce multiple changes and measure the results. Biologists have found by studying fruit flies (a rapid