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Research paper | 01-November-2017


The increasing interest in applying small area estimation methods urges the needs for training in small area estimation. To better understand the behaviour of small area estimators in practice, simulations are a feasible way for evaluating and teaching properties of the estimators of interest. By designing such simulation studies, students gain a deeper understanding of small area estimation methods. Thus, we encourage to use appropriate simulations as an additional interactive tool in teaching

Jan Pablo Burgard, Ralf Münnich

Statistics in Transition New Series, Volume 16 , ISSUE 4, 603–610

Article | 09-June-2019

What do teachers and leaders have to say about co-teaching in flexible learning spaces?

Schools in New Zealand and parts of Australia are rapidly transitioning from traditional classrooms to coteaching in flexible learning spaces provisioned for 50 to 180 children and two to six teachers in a single space. In New Zealand, this transition is driven by the Ministry of Education who have specific guidelines for designing new schools and re-builds. School leaders and teachers must reconceptualise teaching and learning from private autonomous learning environments to co-teaching in

Julie Mackey, Neil O'Reilly, Jo Fletcher, Chris Jansen

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 2, 97–110

Article | 09-June-2019

Collaborative teaching in flexible learning spaces: Capabilities of beginning teachers

Increasingly, New Zealand primary and intermediate schools are adopting the concept of flexible learning spaces and promoting team teaching approaches. Such open spaces and pedagogy can be challenging for even experienced teachers to adapt to. Is it realistic, therefore, to expect novices to work successfully in these challenging spaces from the onset of their teaching careers? Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes in New Zealand equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to plan, teach

Barbara Whyte

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 84–96

Article | 09-June-2019

A New Zealand case study: What is happening to lead changes to effective co-teaching in flexible learning spaces?

De-privatising teaching and working collaboratively with fellow teachers in purposively designed school buildings requires effective leadership. The principal is situated amongst those closely affiliated to their school such as teachers, parents and students, and yet they need to work alongside the wider school community, the school’s governing Board of Trustee members and national educational policy-makers and administrators. This article uses a single case study of a school leadership

Jo Fletcher, Julie Mackey, Letitia Fickel

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 70–83

research-article | 30-November-2020

Development of a computer-based simple pendulum experiment set for teaching and learning physics

Introduction Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, and it forms the core of scientific development (Hartmann and Mittelstrass, 2002). Physics helps students to understand natural phenomena through observations, measurements, mathematics, and experiments (Falkenburg, 2011). However, the conventional teaching methods that include delivering traditional lectures in front of the passive students are often tedious and very difficult for the students to understand physics

Warawut Sukmak, Panjit Musik

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 14 , ISSUE 1, 1–8

Article | 07-May-2018

Research on the Application of Political Teaching Under the Network Platform

context, the ideological and political theory needs a new teaching model to make up for the shortcomings of the traditional teaching model. After a series of explorations, it is found that the teaching mode, which is based on classroom teaching and the network teaching is supplemented, is a new model in line with the requirements of the times. The network teaching platform of the ideological and political course has emerged as a new part of the network teaching.

Pan Yingli

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 3 , ISSUE 2, 95–98

Article | 07-May-2018

The Reform and Innovation of Ideological and Political Teaching Under the Multimedia

With the continuous development of modern information technology, Computer network and multimedia technology have been used more and more widely. Due to the diversity, integration, control, interactivity, and real-time characteristics of multimedia technology, the application of multimedia technology in teaching has greatly changed the traditional teaching mode of instilling knowledge to students in a single way and in a simple manner. It used its super integrated management of text, text

Xing Bo

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 3 , ISSUE 1, 122–125

Article | 01-September-2014


Path planning of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is an optimal problem in the complex combat field environment. Teaching-Learning-Based Optimization (TLBO) algorithm is presented under the inspiration of the teaching-learning behavior in a classroom. In this paper, this algorithm is applied to design a path by the search angle and distance, by which a better path at higher convergence speed and shorter route can be found. Finally experimental comparison results show that TLBO algorithm is a

Guolin Yu, Hui Song, Jie Gao

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 7 , ISSUE 3, 1310–1325

Article | 06-December-2020

The use of computers in teaching clinical laboratory science

The Transfusion Medicine Tutor (TMT) has been designed to study the use of computers in teaching concepts and problem-solving skills important in the field of clinical laboratory science. This system provides students with an opportunity to gain experience by solving a wide range of actual cases, and coaches these students when they are having difficulties. This system is designed specifically to detect and respond to a variety of errors that students may make while solving cases, and to

T.E. Miller, P.J. Smith, S. Gross, S. Guerlain, S. Rudmann, P.L. Strohm, J.W. Smith, J.R. Svirbely

Immunohematology, Volume 9 , ISSUE 1, 22–27

research-article | 30-November-2017


important place took open-air drawing and painting workshops, which in recent years as a result of program changes have been withdrawn from the learning process [4]. Reducing the number of hours of drawing studies resulted in fallback of artistic skills and aesthetic sensitivity. With having several years of experience in teaching of drawing and painting, the authors of the paper confirm their belief in the importance of teaching drawing by studying the forms of nature [9]. 3. OBJECTIVES AND METHODS


Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 11 , ISSUE 2, 49–55

Research paper | 13-December-2017

Intelligent Method of Teaching Electromagnetics Theory: Measurements under Virtual Environment

attempting to do the corresponding real experiments. These virtual experiments help the students to appreciate the essential features of an experiment without being confused or distracted by the complexity of the real experimental procedures. We believe that learning is favorably augmented by using this innovative way of teaching the laboratory material through a computer-based, flexible and interactive environment of virtual experi-ments.

S. C. Mukhopadhyay, G. Sen Gupta, S. Demidenko

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 1 , ISSUE 2, 443–458

Review | 06-August-2019


the authors. The multi-objective design optimization model to minimize life cycle cost and life cycle emission, and maximize occupant satisfaction level in a typical commercial building was developed. 3. METHOD Multi-variable optimizations by coupling the building performance simulation program with optimization environment using genetic algorithms (GA) or particle swarm optimizer (PSO) or teaching-learning-based optimization (TLBO) were performed to determine the best path to minimize life


Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 12 , ISSUE 2, 81–90

Article | 09-June-2019

You have to start somewhere: Designing, tailoring and tinkering. A reflection on leading a change process

This story of leading change is written by the Principal and Deputy Principal of Thorrington School in Christchurch where the leadership focus has been to shift curriculum design and teaching practices to be more responsive to the needs of learners.  The article considers the shift in the practices of twenty teachers over a three-year time frame. The school does not have purpose built Modern Learning Spaces / Environments (referred to as flexible learning spaces in this article) so

Christine Harris, Chris Panter

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 125–132

original-paper | 03-September-2019

Prevalence and Antifungal Susceptibility of the Emerging Fungal Species, Candida nivariensis, Isolated in a Teaching Hospital in Poland

. Experimental Materials and Methods Four hundred forty-five clinical C. glabrata sensu lato strains were isolated from different clinical samples (urine – 154, tracheal aspirate – 63, throat swab – 44, sputum – 34, feces – 32, peritoneal fluid – 27, skin ulcer – 26, vagina – 18, post-surgical wound drainage – 12, bile – 11, blood – 7, bronchoalveolar lavage – 7, other – 10) at routine mycological exams at the Infant Jesus Teaching Hospital in Warsaw in the years from 2014 to 2016. All samples were


Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 68 , ISSUE 3, 303–308

Research Article | 06-July-2018

The Education of Gifted Children in the Early Years: A First Survey of Views, Teaching Practices, Resourcing and Administration Issues

This paper reports the findings of a survey of views on the early education of gifted children in New Zealand and identifies where challenges for professional support, resourcing, and educational administration might lie. The 125 respondents represented a range of roles connected in some way with education and most (71%) also had first-hand experience of caring for or teaching a gifted child. Various views on how giftedness should be defined were expressed, indicating that no agreement on a

Valerie Margrain, Sarah Farquhar

Apex, Volume 17 , ISSUE 1, 47–59

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Real Engagement in Active Problem Solving (REAPS): An evidence-based model that meets content, process, product, and learning environment principles recommended for gifted students

In this article, we begin with a short discussion of teaching and learning models, then describe what we believe is an exciting new model that can be used effectively in the teaching of gifted students. The main focus of this article is on the evidence showing that it is comprehensive (i.e., it is a way to implement all the curriculum principles important in teaching gifted students), flexible (i.e., can be used with a variety of ages of students, in a variety of settings, in many cultural

June Maker, Robert Zimmerman, Abdulnasser Alhusaini, Randal Pease

Apex, Volume 19 , ISSUE 1, 7–30

Article | 21-April-2019

The “state of play” concerning New Zealand’s transition to innovative learning environments: Preliminary results from phase one of the ILETC project

Driven by international trends and government policy, it is a requirement for all newly built schools in New Zealand to be designed as innovative learning environments (ILEs) with flexible learning spaces. These environments, celebrated by some for the “transformational” educational opportunities they may provide, also raise questions about whether the anticipated pedagogical value of these “non-traditional” spaces is based on idealised visions of teaching and learning

Chris Bradbeer, Marian Mahat, Terry Byers, Ben Cleveland, Thomas Kvan, Wesley Imms

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 22–38

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Walking the Talk to Musical Creativity

The Music Heartland Project was a holistic programme of learning for musically gifted children which I directed from 2003 to 2005. It provided a unique opportunity to evaluate the effects of teaching musical creativity in group formats. The children’s musical production provided evidence of the qualities and inventiveness that primary aged children could achieve given sustained and repeated experiences. The findings support current literature in terms of what are favourable conditions for

Errol Moore

Apex, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 4–16

Research paper | 01-November-2017


The aim of the paper is to present some experiences in teaching Small Area Estimation (SAE). SAE education experiences and challenges are analysed from the academic side and from the NSI side. An attempt was undertaken to discuss SAE issues in a wider perspective of teaching statistics. In particular, the topics refer to Polish conditions, but they are presented against the background of selected international experiences and practices. Information comes from a special inquiry - a survey

Elżbieta Gołata

Statistics in Transition New Series, Volume 16 , ISSUE 4, 611–630

Article | 02-April-2019

Teachers’ beliefs and practices regarding young children´s leadership: A comparison between New Zealand and Honduras

Young children’s leadership is an under-researched area. This article reports how teachers of 4 and 5 year old children in New Zealand and Honduras conceptualise and encourage children’s leadership. Data were gathered through semi-structured interviews and observations of teaching practice. The findings suggest that there are differences between New Zealand and Honduran teachers' beliefs and practices regarding children’s leadership. While teachers in New Zealand settings

Maria Auxiliadora Cerrato, Kate Thornton, Maggie Haggerty

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 1, 57–69

Research Article | 06-July-2018

The Early Years of Albert Einstein: When viewed through the lens of current theory and research were there signs of giftedness?

Underachievement is commonly seen as a discrepancy between the level at which a student performs and their academic potential. It is a learned behaviour that can be caused by factors both inside and outside the school setting including family and community dynamics, school curriculum and teaching methods, and personality traits. The identification of underachieving gifted students is closely linked to the identification of giftedness itself and talented students can be marginalised if a

Donna Beeston

Apex, Volume 15 , ISSUE 1, 65–77

Book Review | 16-April-2018

The Multisensory Handbook: A Guide for Children and Adults with Sensory Learning Disabilities

Rachel Morgan, B.A., Grad. Dip. O&M, M. Teaching (Primary), Dip. Management

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 5 , ISSUE 1, 56–58

Article | 28-August-2018


In the paper we put forward a proposition of acoustic adaptation of classrooms based on the analytical hierarchy process (AHP). The main objective of such an adaptation is to increase speech intelligibility aiming to enhance the teaching quality level. The model is based on four main criteria which have impact both on the teaching process and on the adaptation costs. The said criteria comprise reverberation time, speech transmission index STI, financial cost of the adaptation and non-economic


Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 10 , ISSUE 4, 73–87

Article | 02-April-2019

Data- and research-informed improvement work in ECE

quality and as a trigger for professional learning and development (PLD) of the teaching staff. Furthermore, leadership is seen as essential in relation to the PLD of the teaching staff and their use of evidence.

Line Skov Hansen

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 1, 70–81

Article | 16-April-2018

iPhone video link FaceTime as an orientation tool: Remote O&M for people with vision impairment

Nicole Holmes, B.A. (Soc/Psych)., M.Spec.Ed, Kelly Prentice, B.A. (SocScPsych)/Teaching(Prim), M.Spec.Ed

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 7 , ISSUE 1, 60–67

Short Communication | 27-September-2017

KPC-2-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae ST11 in a Children’s Hospital in Poland

Four Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from children hospitalized over 10 months in an intensive care unit in a children’s teaching hospital in Poland were analyzed. All of the isolates belonged to a single pulsotype and sequence type (ST) 11, and produced the KPC-2 carbapenemase and extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) CTX-M-15. They were resistant to a variety of antimicrobials, and their β-lactam resistance patterns were typical for KPC producers. This is one of few cases of

Monika Machulska, Anna Baraniak, Iwona Żak, Katarzyna Bojarska, Dorota Żabicka, Iwona Sowa-Sierant, Waleria Hryniewicz, Marek Gniadkowski

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 66 , ISSUE 3, 401–404

Article | 16-April-2018

A study of personnel preparation of teachers of learners with vision impairment and O&M services

taught to TVI students and their purpose(s) for teaching them. Respondents taught TVIs in all 10 general areas of O&M curriculum: Outdoor/Commercial, Outdoor/Residential, Cane Technique, Cane Skills with a Guide, Mobility Tools, O&M Knowledge and Skills Protective Techniques, Non-Cane Techniques, Orientation Strategies, and Guide Techniques. Respondents indicated the reason (Skills Practice, Teach, Referral, and Evaluation) for teaching these skills to TVIs. Results suggested that TVI

Grace Ambrose-Zaken, Ed.D.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 8 , ISSUE 1, 62–83

Book Review | 16-April-2018

The Art and Science of Teaching Orientation and Mobility to Persons with Visual Impairment

Michael Gleeson, Ph.D.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 6 , ISSUE 1, 93–94

Book Review | 16-April-2018

O&M for Independent Living: Strategies for Teaching Orientation and Mobility to Older Adults

Lil Deverell, MEd, Ph.D., COMS.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 8 , ISSUE 1, 139–141

Article | 27-April-2020

No Friend but the Mountains and Manus prison theory: In conversation

Queensland, which is located on the traditional lands of the Turrbal and Yuggera peoples. This article is part of a series of published conversations between both Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofighian, author and translator (one instalment also includes interlocutors from a 2020 UK tour), about the book No Friend but the Mountains and Manus Prison theory. During the event Behrouz was speaking via Skype from Manus Island in PNG, and Omid was in Australia while on break from teaching at the American

Behrouz Boochani, Omid Tofighian

Borderlands, Volume 19 , ISSUE 1, 8–26

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Teachers Identify and Support At-Risk Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom

The purpose of this article is to use a research-based and teaching experience approach to demonstrate how regular classroom teachers identify and support at-risk students with academic and social issues impacting their lives. It also gives insight about challenges facing these students from the teachers’ perspectives. Six different case-studies briefly describe a gifted at-risk student that each teacher recognized as needing help and found ways to provide support. Each case study reflects the

Theresa Monaco, Danna Eichenold, Victoria Kasper, Claudia V. Gonzales, Susan Jackson, Maria Earle, Eva Marie Bisaillon

Apex, Volume 15 , ISSUE 1, 21–28

Article | 16-November-2020

Empirical evaluation of the transfusion medicine tutor

Previous research during the development of Antibody IDentification Assistant (AIDA) revealed that many medical technology students and other laboratory personnel have serious difficulties in determining the specificity of blood group alloantibodies, especially weak or multiple antibodies. Based on these previous results, AIDA was modified to provide a teaching environment for medical technology students. We report the results of a rigorous, objective evaluation of the resultant system, the

Jodi Heintz Obradovich, Philip J. Smith, Stephanie Guerlain, Sally Rudmann, Patricia Strohm, Jack Smith, John Svirbely, Larry Sacks

Immunohematology, Volume 12 , ISSUE 4, 169–174

Article | 01-December-2016


Educational laboratories are places for realizing experimentations and they are important for modern engineering education. The problem is what if there are simply not enough devices or time for conducting experimentation in a local lab? Other factors that prevent the use of local lab devices directly by students are inaccessible or dangerous phenomena, or polluting chemical reactions. The new technologies bring additional strategies of learning and teaching, so it becomes a challenge to

Khalid Ghoulam, Belaid Bouikhalene, Zakaria Harmouch, Hicham Mouncif

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 9 , ISSUE 4, 2051–2068

Article | 21-April-2019

Dialogue as socially just communication

of leadership and, thereby, raise the primacy of pervasive communication as an essential aspect of leadership. Thus, this article focuses on dialogue as a form of communication befitting the requirements of contemporary school leadership. It argues that dialogue contributes to a form of communal professionalism in which there is a reduction in barriers between school principals, other leaders, teaching staff, parents in schools, and students. It is in this respect, it is argued, that dialogue is

Jeremy Kedian

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 30 , ISSUE 1, 39–50

Article | 18-June-2020


approach to the teaching of transportation system analysts that is able to solve various types of tasks to implement Industry 4.0 elements in transportation as examples.

Svetlana LYAPINA, Valentina TАRASOVA, Marina FEDOTOVA

Transport Problems, Volume 15 , ISSUE 2, 71–82

Article | 30-November-2019

Design and Research of Security System in University Laboratory

Ding Li, Shi Xuerong, Zhang Dujuan, Su Yulei

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 5 , ISSUE 2, 39–46

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Education of Gifted Young Children: Contingency of Views on First-hand Experience and Conception of Giftedness

caring for a gifted child and the following associations: a) views on whether gifted children should be given additional support within or outside of the teaching and learning programme; b) the position that gifted children should be included in the Special Education section of the Ministry of Education; and c) the opinion that some effort should be made to identify gifted young children. Analysis also determined that there was no statistical significance of association regarding whether persons with

Valerie Margrain, S. Lee, S.E. Farquhar

Apex, Volume 18 , ISSUE 1, 25–37

Article | 16-April-2018

Teaching Orientation and Mobility Skills to Students with Autism and Vision Impairment in Public Schools: A Data-Based Study

Devender R. Banda, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Phoebe A. Okungu, Ph.D., Nora Griffin-Shirley, Ph.D., Melanie K. Meeks, Ph.D., Olaya Landa-Vialard, Ph.D.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 7 , ISSUE 1, 34–43

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Asessment for Learning with Young Gifted Children

This paper argues that assessment practices used by teachers in schools and early childhood services, including narrative approaches, provide accessible, authentic, low-cost, and easily administered assessment. Assessment for learning embeds assessment within teaching and learning and supports teachers to work in collaboration with parents and children to deepen understanding of children’s strengths and interests, and to support relationships. Further, assessment for learning provides an

Valerie Margrain

Apex, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 37–48

Article | 02-April-2019

Leading schooling in Aotearoa New Zealand: Understanding and supporting the weight of culture for Māori teachers

Māori teachers who completed a graduate qualification in immersion and bilingual teaching in Māori, and returned to their respective schools. The research consisted of the collection and analysis of a detailed written questionnaire and semi-structured interviews with the Māori teachers. The research found that the additional professional and cultural tasks and responsibilities that this group of Māori teachers undertook often went unrecognised financially or otherwise by their employers and fellow

Toni Torepe, Angus Hikairo Macfarlane, Sonja Macfarlane, Jo Fletcher, Richard Manning

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 2, 48–59

research-article | 22-July-2019

The Development of an Application that supports Body Awareness for Children with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities

and Soto, 2012). Other related research includes Sapp (2011) who recommended structured music activities for teaching O&M skills, Molloy-Daugherty (2013), and Barney and Prusak (2015) who observed that children were more active and likely to enjoy participating in activities when there was music playing. Structured movement routines (SMR) are routines that are made of a series of movements and/or poses. An SMR can allow for the integration of music, communication systems, prompting and movement

Vicki Depountis, Phoebe Okungu, Della Molloy-Daugherty

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 10 , ISSUE 1, 1–8

Article | 02-April-2019

Transitioning to a meaningful appraisal process: One principal’s journey

This paper focuses on the role of the principal in establishing a meaningful appraisal process. The journey of one urban primary school is explored from the perspective of the principal as the teaching staff transition from an ineffective system to a process that has teacher growth and learners’ achievement at the centre. We acknowledge that the leadership team and teachers played an important role in implementing any changes, however, the key focus of this paper is the principal’s

Bilinda Offen, Susan Sandretto

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 2, 60–71

Article | 21-April-2019

Assessment within ILP: A journey of collaborative inquiry

• Parents to share in the richness of their child’s learning journey • A holistic profile of the students, rather than one which purely focussed on academic achievements. We believe that the outcomes of this assessment inquiry will have a significant impact on all teaching and learning in our ILEs.

Linda Harvie, Steve Harper-Travers, Amanda Jaeger

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 133–139

Article | 21-April-2019

Researching social justice for students with special educational needs

;special needs’ unproblematically, what is now considered to be special needs appears far more complicated. Research by Graham-Matheson (2012a), Richards (2012) and Hall (1997) shows that the term ‘special needs’ leads to preconceptions which often ignore contextual issues. This can exacerbate the learning difficulties of students with special educational needs because it tends to support inappropriate leadership practices, ineffective teaching techniques, and insufficient resourcing

Rose Symes

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 30 , ISSUE 1, 92–105

research-article | 31-December-2019

Comparing intrapartum ultrasound and clinical examination in the assessment of fetal head position in African women

of ruptured membranes on this agreement. Material and methods This cross-sectional study was carried out at the labor and delivery ward of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi, Ghana. Women who were eligible for inclusion were those who had received antenatal care at KATH, had singleton pregnancy, cephalic presentation, were in spontaneous labor and had given consent to participate in the study. Women with multiple pregnancy, breech presentation, macrosomia, intrauterine growth

Yaw A. Wiafe, Bill Whitehead, Heather Venables, Edward T. Dassah

Journal of Ultrasonography, Volume 19 , ISSUE 79, 249–254

Research Article | 27-February-2017

Class size and academic results, with a focus on children from culturally, linguistically and economically disenfranchised communities

. The review draws on a wider range of studies, starting with Australian research, but also includes similar education systems such as England, Canada, New Zealand and non-English speaking countries of Europe. The review assesses the different measures of class size and how they affect the results, and also whether other variables such as teaching methods are taken into account. Findings suggest that smaller class sizes in the first four years of school can have an important and lasting impact on

David Zyngier

Evidence Base, Volume 2014 , ISSUE 1, 1–24

Article | 22-January-2021

Routine indirect antiglobulin testing of blood donors—a further step toward blood safety: an experience from a tertiary care center in northern India

center at the time we established an immunohematology (IH) workup laboratory. We also report the incidence of RBC alloimmunization in healthy blood donors from a tertiary care center in northern India. Material and Methods A cross-sectional prospective study was conducted in the Department of Transfusion Medicine at a tertiary care referral and teaching institute from September 2017 to January 2019 to assess the incidence of RBC alloimmunization in healthy blood donors. The blood donors were

S. Malhotra, G. Negi, D. Kaur, S.K. Meinia, A.K. Tiwari, S. Mitra

Immunohematology, Volume 36 , ISSUE 3, 93–98

Article | 07-May-2018

University Library Internet WeChat Public Account Applicated for Student Values Education

use of the WeChat, and on the construction of college students, some university libraries in Xi’an city to carry out the use of WeChat, the public number, in order to understand the Xi’an City University library with the WeChat platform opened the public service teaching situation through research, especially the university library using the WeChat public number of value education, to some experience through investigation of University library in this aspect, also hope to find some problems, and

Yan Zhao

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 3 , ISSUE 2, 121–125

Article | 16-April-2018

A Client Driven Information Resource for Second Time Guide Dog Applicants

changes in teaching styles and training techniques. A script was written incorporating the results of the survey and the audio CD was professionally produced. The CD includes the personal stories of 10 people who share their experience of the transition to their second dog. The CD is available to clients who are about to make the transition.                                              

Katherine Ward, B.Sc., M.Spec.Ed., Kerry Peirce, Grad.Dip., M.HSc., O&M

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 3 , ISSUE 1, 36–40

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