Lse summer schoolLse summer school
Lecturers: Professor Hugh Collins, Professor Michael Bridge, Dr Jo Braithwaite, Dr Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Dr Solene Rowan
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Description of subjectsDescription of subjects
Ethical, legal, and professional issues associated with teacher education will be outlined. Additionally, guidelines for research
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Course descriptions for spring 2013 11/1/12 art 225-01 Special Topics in Studio: New & Expanded MediaCourse descriptions for spring 2013 11/1/12 art 225-01 Special Topics in Studio: New & Expanded Media
The class aims to expose students to varied methods and motivations for making art, and also invites them to actively consider the relevance of visual art in our contemporary moment
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Proseminar: women and politicsProseminar: women and politics
Each of the two short papers, the take-home final, and class participation will be weighed about equally in determining final grades
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History of Film 1 eng 3121-Section 1063History of Film 1 eng 3121-Section 1063
Meeting times: Class meeting: t 4 (10: 40am-11: 30am) and r 4-5 (10: 40am-12: 35am) Room: tur 2322
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Proseminar: women and politicsProseminar: women and politics
Each of the two short papers, the take-home final, and class participation will all be weighed about equally in determining final grades
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Programme Specification Programme TitleProgramme Specification Programme Title
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A level and btec course Outlines On offer for September 2017A level and btec course Outlines On offer for September 2017
Please note the Subjects are set in Option Blocks for timetabling once Application Forms have been received and the deadline of 12 December has passed
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Loughborough High SchoolLoughborough High School
You will notice significant changes in the style of teaching and learning and the tutorial system compared to your previous experiences
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English 2250 American Literature IEnglish 2250 American Literature I
These responses will occur in the form of classroom/online conversations, written essays, presentations, and exams. This course should also prompt you to employ critical thinking skills as we investigate the ever-changing American literary
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Political Science Department Graduate Studies ProgramPolitical Science Department Graduate Studies Program
American politics. The readings attempt to provide a sampling of classic and recent theory and substance in the hope of suggesting where scholars stand, and where they seem to be headed
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Class time: Wednesdays, 7 pm 9: 30 pm Classroom: Dane Smith Hall, Rm 123Class time: Wednesdays, 7 pm 9: 30 pm Classroom: Dane Smith Hall, Rm 123
In doing so, the course provides an overview of many of the areas of emphasis within the communication discipline, including intercultural, interpersonal, small group, organizational, public, mass communication
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