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  • Learning to change: you and your learning

    This unit is about using learning to bring about personal change. This assumes that learning can help achieve such change. It aims to be the first step in showing you how this is possible. The unit has three separate but related aspects: 1.The unit begins by looking at what the word ?learning?. This turns out to be a very wide ranging idea that suggests that human beings learn all the time...

  • Module C1 : Learning at university

    This module highlights some of the key features of university reading and writing

  • Blogging

    This is a handbook for beginners and experts! You will find a range of activities in each section listed in the navigation box to the right. You don't have to use them all! They're just a collection of activities for all sorts of people. Just browse the sections and pick up the activities you think you could use in the time you have available. Keep coming back, new activities are always...

  • Digital information literacy

    This resource considers various topics covering Accessing a computer and the Internet, Accessing and interpreting information from the Internet, and Creating to interpret information from the Internet.

  • Mentor school managers and manage mentoring programmes in schools: ACE School Management and Leadership (PDF)

    This module aims at empowering school managers and teachers to develop and implement appropriate mentoring programmes. The learning guide of this module addresses three key questions as follows: What is mentoring? What are the personal and professional qualities of effective mentors? How can we managing the establishment, monitoring and evaluation of a school mentoring programme?

  • Managing teaching and learning: ACE School Management and Leadership (PDF)

    This module is about the management of teaching and learning. We begin by exploring the school as a learning organization and promoting a culture of learning and teaching, which is dedicated to constant renewal and improvement. We will also tackle the issue of context, and will look at the ways in which the physical environment of the school impacts on the quality of learning. This leads us...

  • Land Reform and Farm-Household Income Inequality: The Case of Georgia

    The income inequality implications of land reform are examined for the case of Georgia using regression-based inequality decomposition techniques. An egalitarian land redistribution is likely to equalize per-capita income among farm households, implying that continuing the land reform process in Georgia is likely to benefit poorer households, relatively speaking. However, land fragmentation...

  • Comparative Financial Characteristics of U.S. Farms by Type, 2005

    This study presents and analyzes the mean financial characteristics of different types of crop and livestock farms in the U.S. in 2005. The eighteen farm types are: poultry, beef cattle, hogs, dairy, general livestock, general cash grain, wheat, corn, soybean, grain sorghum, rice, tobacco, cotton, peanut, general crop, fruits and tree nuts, vegetables, and nursery and greenhouse. Significant...

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