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Examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge:The Construct and its Implications for Science Education Science & Technology Education Library. Auflage 1999

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Examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge:The Construct and its Implications for Science Education

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Re-examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Science Education:

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Examining Ecology - Exercises in Environmental ...
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Examining Ecology: Exercises in Environmental Biology and Conservation explains foundational ecological principles using a hands-on approach that features analyzing data, drawing graphs, and undertaking practical exercises that simulate field work. The book provides students and lecturers with real life examples to demonstrate basic principles. The book helps students, instructors, and those new to the field learn about the principles of ecology and conservation by completing a series of problems. Prior knowledge of the subject is not assumed; the work requires users to be able to perform simple calculations and draw graphs. Most of the exercises in the book have been used widely by the authors own students over a number of years, and many are based on real data from published research. Exercises are succinct with a broad number of options, which is a unique feature among similar books on this topic. The book is primarily intended as a resource for students, academics, and instructors studying, teaching, and working in zoology, ecology, biology, wildlife conservation and management, ecophysiology, behavioural ecology, population biology and ecology, environmental biology, or environmental science. Students will be able to progress through the book attempting each exercise in a logical sequence, beginning with basic principles and working up to more complex exercises. Alternatively they may wish to focus on specific chapters on specialist areas, e.g., population dynamics. Many of the exercises introduce students to mathematical methods (calculations, use of formulae, drawing of graphs, calculating simple statistics). Other exercises simulate fieldwork projects, allowing users to collect and analyze data which would take considerable time and effort to collect in the field. Facilitates learning about the principles of ecology and conservation biology through succinct, yet comprehensive real-life examples, problems, and exercises Features authoritatively and consistently written foundational content in biodiversity, ecophysiology, behavioral ecology, and more, as well as abundant and diverse cases for applied use Functions as a means of learning ecological and conservation-related principles by doing, e.g., by analyzing data, drawing graphs, and undertaking practical exercises that simulate field work, and more Features approximately 150 photos and figures created and produced by the author Dr. Paul A. Rees is Senior Lecturer in Wildlife and has been an instructor for various levels for nearly four decades. In 2002, he introduced Wildlife Programmes at Salford and in 2005 established the first undergraduate program in the UK focusing on zoo biology (BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation with Zoo Biology). He currently teaches courses in Introduction to Zoo Biology, Zoo Animal Management, Zoo Organisation and Regulation, and Wildlife & the Law. His research interests include the behavior and welfare of animals in zoos (especially elephants), the ecology and behavior of mammals (particularly African large mammals), biological education and wildlife law. He has a particular interest in the importance of policy and legislation in influencing the pivotal role of zoos in the conservation of biodiversity and the welfare of animals living in zoos. He has previously authored books in the area including An Introduction to Zoo Biology and Management (Wiley, 2011).

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Local Content Policies in Resource-rich Countries
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This book analyses the role of local content (LC) policy in the economic development of five resource-rich countries: Brazil, Kazakhstan, Norway, Russia and the UK. The authors situate LC policy within a framework of sustainability in the form of industrial diversification and innovation-led growth, and examine how effective LC policies are in facilitating sectoral and economy-wide catching up. Structured in five chapters, the book begins with an introduction and then presents an overview of LC definitions and situates LC policies within a framework of economic development. The third chapter compares specific examples of LC development and highlights variations in practice as well as learning across case countries. The fourth chapter focuses on macro-economic, micro-economic and institutional challenges conditioning LC development and the ability of LC policies to assist innovation-led growth. The authors conclude by examining what the future holds for LC policies and their role in promoting economic growth and addressing the wider social, political and economic challenges in resource-rich countries. Yelena Kalyuzhnova is Founder and Director of the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies, and is currently serving as Vice Dean of Henley Business School at the University of Reading, UK. Christian A. Nygaard is an Associate Professor in Social Economics and Director for the International Centre for Housing and Urban Economics at the University of Reading, UK. Yerengaip Omarov is Rector of Kainar University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, and an academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Russia. Abdizhapar Saparbayev is Head of Economics at Kainar University, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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Resolving the Gamers Dilemma - Examining the Mo...
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This book explores the gamers dilemma, which lies at the heart of theorising about the morality of certain video game content. The dilemma is as follows: given that gaming content involves virtual characters within a virtual environment, the moral permission of virtual murder would also appear to morally permit virtual paedophilia. Yet most gamers and members of wider society would not want to play, endorse, or find in any way morally acceptable the enactment of virtual paedophilia within a video game. Yet by accepting the moral permissibility of virtual murder they leave themselves vulnerable to having to accept the moral permissibility of virtual paedophilia. This book provides an incredibly thorough and systematic analysis and evaluation of the gamers dilemma, by considering the origins of the intuitions around the dilemma, and exploring whether they find support from traditional or contemporary moral theory and psychological research. The book will be great interest to academics and students of philosophy and psychology, as well as members of the wider public interested in video game violence and taboo enactments more generally. Garry Young is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. His research and teaching focus is the ethics of enacting real-life taboos within virtual environments such as video games, the phenomenology of delusions and embodied cognition. He has published widely on topics including ethics in video games, notions of self in cyberspace, the Capgras and Cotard delusions, and differences between procedural and declarative knowledge.

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A Study of Form and Content in T.S. Eliots Wast...
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Abstract The present study aims at examining form and content in T . S . Eliots The Waste Land and Ash Wednesday .The study is divided into four chapters in addition to a conclusion. Chapter One is an introduction which provides a general background of modern age, its rampant materialism and spiritual bankruptcy which has eventually created a sense of emptiness and barrenness in modern life. Chapter Two traces the formative influence of Eliot that made him a great poet of the modern age, who has depicted these problems through his poems. Chapter Three is devoted to the study Eliots The Waste land, its form and content. In this poem, form and content go together reduced to its simplest terms. Chapter Four examines the form and content in Eliots Ash Wednesday. In this poem, form and content is also go together. The poem marks the beginning of a new phase in the poets development. The form of this poem consists of obscure images and symbols which make the poem difficult. The poem compelled him to contemplate another vision. The unreal vision in higher dream,(Ash Wednesday L.78) whose felt absence was his earlier subjects. Ali Albashir Mohammed Al-Haj was born in Sudan/ Berber 12th of June 1966. Graduated from Yemen University (1995)(Sanaa,) and University of Khartoum(2000) and obtained Bachelor of Arts(English) Postgraduate diploma(English),.M.A in English from University of Khartoum(2000) English literature. And PhD in English literature (2003). PhD in translation, Omdurman Islamic University 2014) Ali is pursuing his 3rd phd in pure linguistics. Now Ali is working as associate professor at Jazan University/ Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ali has published 25 books and 20 Articles in national and international journals. Ali has translated 8 books,( The Art of Leadership by Dr. Gassem Alharabi , The Recruitment in Saudi Civil Service by Dr. Hamed Alshamery Jazan University At A Glance and The Light Track and Love( Arabic Metric Poetry) by Rahuf Almaubark). He published 36 books),. Ali is a member of Editing Board of Marco Institute Journals, International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature ISSN 2200-3592 (Print) , ISSN 2200-3452 (Online),scholrlink journals and he is also a supervisor of 4 PhD theses in English language.

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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