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Teaching to a Broad Continuum of Learners : How Unique Abilities and Interests Can Be Used to Maximize Student Success and Growth Within a Middle School Classroom Layne, Jennifer (2007)The author describes how she applied the concepts of differentiated instruction, as promoted by Carol Tomlinson, to her experience as a student teacher in middle school social studies at Portage Northern Middle School.
The VWF-ADAMTS13 Interaction: Structural Insights into the Unique Relationship of a Protease and its Substrate Thompson, Spencer E. (Kalamazoo College, 2013)Of the many protease-substrate pairs involved in blood clotting, the Von Willebrand Factor-ADAMTS13 interaction is one of the most unique from a structural and regulatory perspective. As the primary mediator of platelet ...
Ramm, Jennifer (1981)Outdoor education can be described as any type of learning experience that pertains to the outdoors, and which also takes place in the outdoors. Besides an increase of knowledge about the natural environment, learning ...