The Exciting Years

... 192 , 211 Southern Law University , 55 , 61 , 62 , Thompson , Ed , 108 64,65 Tiger Rag , xiv , 26 , 40 , 82 , 94-95 , 110 , Southern Regional ...

Author: William Wright Sorrels

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ISBN: UOM:39015048969763

Category: Universities and colleges

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The Dublin University Magazine

... he solemnly pro merely done as a matter of form , as mised to follow the example of good the throne was considered hereditary , rulers , and not oppress ...

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Air University Review

Both groups reduce a complicated conflict to a simple struggle between good and evil . This reduction serves as a useless analytical base for those seeking ...

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Annual Report of the School Committee of the City of Boston

That great naturalist having been deputed in 1811 , by the University of ... But it is evident that good school methods must come from good teachers ...

Author: Boston (Mass.). School Committee

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ISBN: OSU:32435057126104

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The Dublin university magazine

In a retired silence and tears that duty which they spot of the demesne a monument had had so often fulfilled towards stran . been erected to the good ...

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Program of General University Extension Education 86 1 2 1959 1960

... science , things like that — that the people going to colleges and universities receive a good training , better training than they are getting now ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Subcommittee on Special Education of the Education and Labor Committee

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105009909628

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Pedagogic Frailty and Resilience in the University

... high-level completion rates; scores low-medium for 'good honours'; ... ˂3% former free school meals; scores medium-high for 'good honours'; ...

Author: Ian M. Kinchin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463009836

Category: Education

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Pedagogic Frailty and Resilience in the University presents a theoretical model and a practical tool to support the professional development of reflective university teachers. It can be used to highlight links to key issues in higher education. Pedagogic frailty exists where the quality of interaction between elements in the evolving teaching environment succumbs to cumulative pressures that eventually inhibit the capacity to develop teaching practice. Indicators of frailty can be observed at different resolutions, from the individual, to the departmental or the institutional. Chapters are written by experts in their respective fields who critique the frailty model from the perspectives of their own research. This will help readers to make practical links between established bodies of research literature and the concept of frailty, and to form a coherent and integrated view of higher education. This can then be explored and developed by individuals, departments or institutions to inform and evaluate their own enhancement programmes. This may support the development of greater resilience to the demands of the teaching environment. In comparison with other commonly used terms, we have found that the term ‘frailty’ has improved resonance with the experiences of colleagues across the disciplines in higher education, and elicits a personal (sometimes emotional) response to their professional situation that encourages positive dialogue, debate and reflection that may lead to the enhancement of university teaching. This book offers a particular route through the fractured discourses of higher education pedagogy, creating a coherent and cohesive perspective of the field that may illuminate the experiences and observations of colleagues within the profession. “If we are to realise the promise of higher education ... we will need the concepts, methods, and reflections contained in this book.” – Robert R. Hoffman
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Charles University in the Middle Ages

Wyclif did not fail to notice the great piety of the “good queen” Anne and especially ... of Historians held in All Souls College Oxford, September 1968.

Author: František Šmahel

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004154889

Category: History

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This volume includes twenty-one studies on the history of the University of Prague in the 14th to 16th centuries. Focusing upon the Faculty of Liberal Arts, the book deals with the academic learning, mainly from a doctrinal point of view.
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Queen s University

206 Queen's University tions . " 98 Christmas examinations at Queen's ... The University must keep its good name . " ** Just how far the Queen's principal ...

Author: Frederick W. Gibson

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773560802

Category: History

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The author emphasizes the role of individuals and yet makes it quite evident that by the time of her centenary in the early days of World War II, Queen's had developed an organic vitality through which the vicissitudes occasioned by external fortunes or by internal tensions could be transcended. Throughout the period covered by this volume Queen's faced a long, hard struggle for adequate resources for research in terms of space, equipment, and most importanly, faculty time; the gradual development of graduate work; and the building of library resources. There was firm and creative leadership through the crises of the war and its aftermath and a renewal of optimism through the final decades of this history.
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University Education Or An Explication and Amendment of the Statute Which Under a Penalty Insufficient and Eluded Prohibits the Admission of Scholars Going from One Society to Another Without the Leave of Their Respective Governors Or of Their Chancellor

Humbly Propos'd to the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Oxford, as a Means Necessary to the Good Education of Youth in the Said ...

Author: Richard Newton

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ISBN: OXFORD:N11716100

Category: Education, Higher

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Survey of Rutgers University

... does not find itself able to revise the present plan of cooperation to bring it into better accord with principles of good university organization .

Author: United States. Office of Education. Division of Higher Education

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ISBN: UOM:39015066592984

Category: Educational surveys

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Air University Quarterly Review

The use of this preliminary information , with occasional revisions , has facilitated operational planning of good quality . Our experience also teaches ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3506792

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The Instrumental University

One brief statement of his accomplishments noted that the university “had designed ... there is little room for questions about truth and the good life, ...

Author: Ethan Schrum

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501736650

Category: Education

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In The Instrumental University, Ethan Schrum provides an illuminating genealogy of the educational environment in which administrators, professors, and students live and work today. After World War II, research universities in the United States underwent a profound mission change. The Instrumental University combines intellectual, institutional, and political history to reinterpret postwar American life through the changes in higher education. Acknowledging but rejecting the prevailing conception of the Cold War university largely dedicated to supporting national security, Schrum provides a more complete and contextualized account of the American research university between 1945 and 1970. Uncovering a pervasive instrumental understanding of higher education during that era, The Instrumental University shows that universities framed their mission around solving social problems and promoting economic development as central institutions in what would soon be called the knowledge economy. In so doing, these institutions took on more capitalistic and managerial tendencies and, as a result, marginalized founding ideals, such as pursuit of knowledge in academic disciplines and freedom of individual investigators. The technocratic turn eroded some practices that made the American university special. Yet, as Schrum suggests, the instrumental university was not yet the neoliberal university of the 1970s and onwards in which market considerations trumped all others. University of California president Clark Kerr and other innovators in higher education were driven by a progressive impulse that drew on an earlier tradition grounded in a concern for the common good and social welfare.
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Advice to a Son at the University

Reputation , and the Good Esteem of Others , are Points which Every One , that understands Himself , will be always very Tender of ; and consequently ...

Author: Thomas CURTEIS (Rector of Wrotham.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020301644

Category: Conduct of life

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Parliamentary Debates

No country , and far less New Zealand , for the endowment of a university in ... But should not endeavour to have good universities Do man has & right to ...

Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives

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The School for Good and Evil

At the School for Good and Evil, failing your fairy tale is not an option.

Author: Soman Chainani

Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books

ISBN: 0007492936

Category: Children's stories

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Every four years, two girls are kidnapped from the village of Gavaldon. Legend has it these lost children are sent to the School for Good and Evil, the fabled institution where they become fairytale heroes or villains. Sophie, the most beautiful girl in town, has always dreamed of her place at the School for Good while her friend Agatha, with her dark disposition seems destined for the School for Evil. But when the two are kidnapped they find their fortunes reversed.
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History of the University of Dublin

... gain an ascendancy over the good , than the good are to reform the vicious . ... sufficient to show how distinctly the University systems are exonerated ...

Author: William Benjamin Sarsfield Taylor

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ISBN: OXFORD:590966790

Category: Costume, Academic

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