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  • ... things, in not sharing the Church's teaching on specific issues such as the ordination of ...(Quotes are from Hilary White, LifeSiteNews, 8 November.) ...

  • ... when educators go on endlessly about teaching mutual respect, motivating kids for social ...4). He quotes the Canadian Federation of Independent Business ...

  • ... in His tours of preaching and of teaching to the very foot of the cross" (unless otherwise noted, all quotes from Mary of Agreda: The Mystical City of God). ...

  • ... contributions to the Church's teaching on international affairs. . The third event which ...Populorum Progressio quotes Saint Ambrose: "The earth belongs to everyone, ...

  • ...He says that he spent his time largely teaching Arabic and leading prayers. When supplies were ...R-6) which quotes Abdullah Azzam as being against the killing of ...

  • This exploratory study examined how school librarians in Brazil understand their role in developing students' information literacy and whether the notion of a formal program of information literacy informs their practice. The study data included published reports of librarians' practices as well as interviews and group discussions with 28 librarians, 14 of them from government schools and 14 from private schools, from nine different states. A qualitative, interpretative approach was used to analyze the study data. The results of the study show that the concept of information literacy, as a set of skills and attitudes to be developed through a planned, continuous and sequential library program was not found in the practice of these librarians. However, a significant range of skills and a...

    ... the assignment with the sole purpose of teaching topics that could not be studied in the classroom ... concept, as can be seen in the following quotes: "to develop critical vision," "to enable and ...

  • ...It claimed that the constant teaching of the Church against contraception could be ...He quotes St. Paul: "I appeal to you brethren, by the name ...

  • Ironworkers from a Mohawk community were part of the team that installed the final section of spire at the top of the new One World Trade Center in New York last month. Mitchell wrote that Kahnawake gangs worked on the George Washington Bridge, the Empire State Building, the Daily News Building, the Bank of the Manhattan Company Building and the Hudson Bridge.

    ...Pierre Trudel is an anthropologist teaching at the Universite du Quebec a Montreal, and ...He quotes an official of the Dominion Bridge Co. describing ...

  • When "On Women" becomes a nine-credit foundations course for 360 students, it slips closer to the commodity status and has to be made "marketable." At the same time, its potential to radicalize the students through consciousness-raising and offering narratives of emancipation tends to be minimized. We are surrounded by calls to make the material more "palatable" and "less offensive." Interestingly, the language used in voicing such demands is derived from business culture and technology. Thus content selection follows a "shopping cart" model, tossing up tidbits of information to suit general interests of a diverse group of students. There is a marked suspicion of any intellectual challenge as from year to year we have been encouraged through student feedback to simplify and "dumb down" ...

    ... images from fashion magazines, newspaper quotes, and fragments of popular song lyrics. Yet others ...

  • The introduction to The End of Ignorance is the most interesting section of the book. [John Mighton] explains his view of learning and quotes Albert Einstein: "[T]he most beautiful and deepest experience one can have is the sense of the mysterious.... To sense that behind anything that can be experienced there is something that our mind cannot grasp and whose beauty and sublimity reaches us only indirectly and as a feeble reflection, this is religiousness. In this sense I (Einstein) am religious. The rest of the book does not live up to Mighton's insightful introduction. There is an over-abundance of anecdotal descriptions of JUMP program success stories and teaching/learning methods somewhat similar to his previous book, The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Chi...

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