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Future role expectations of undergraduate chilean students Expectativas de roles futuros de estudiantes universitarios en chile
This study reviews the future roles expectations in a sample of 522 young undergraduate students in Santiago, Chile. In order to do that it was administered the adaptation of the instrument (The Life Role Salience Scales ...
Diseño de cargos para la Empresa Fantasías New York
The main idea of this project is to realize an occupational analysis and design the work positions for the company Fantasias New York at the city of Pereira, with the purpose of creating a new organizational structure, to ...
Why 'yuh' talking to 'yuhself'? Exploring role identity through conversation analysis: Implications for curriculum and teaching
This qualitative study used a modified form of conversation analysis to explore role identity construction of two primary school-aged children (male and female) in the Jamaican context. The participants were engaged in an ...
The Perceptions of Special Education Resource Aides Regarding the Roles They Fulfill While Working in Inclusive Settings in District X
This study investigated the perceptions of four Special Education Resource Aides (SERAs) regarding their roles while working in inclusive settings in a district in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were collected through interviews ...
Role-playing como estratégia facilitadora da análise funcional em contexto clínico
In behavioral therapy several techniques are used, among them the role-playing and functional analysis. Role-playing is feasible to model relevant behaviors while functional analysis is used for diagnostic evaluation and ...
Defining the role of the course coordinator in UWIDEC's blended learning/asynchronous delivery mode
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2008)
There is wide consensus that the online teaching/learning environment works best when participants conceive of themselves as belonging to and functioning within a community. This paper holds that community members must be ...