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Adoption of a cooperative learning teaching strategy in a bachelor of science in nursing course
The purpose of this case study was to examine the ways in which cooperative learning was used in a senior Bachelor of Science in Nursing course. The subject of the case study was the professor who taught the senior ...
Jungian bridge to native philosophy
The gap between Western and Native world views is much more profound than the West has imagined. I support this claim from a variety of angles and offer insight into it from the work of Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung ...
Effects of selected mountain bike front suspension forks on handlebar vibration and ground reaction forces
The purpose of this investigation was to compare the effectiveness of two types of mountain bike front fork suspension systems for controlling ground reaction vibration at the handlebar upon impacting a raised surface. ...
Implication of introducing body checking in ice hockey at different ages
The main purpose of this research was to compare the rate of body checking injuries between two Provinces that introduce body checking at different ages (age 12 versus 14). Three teams from Ontario (body checking introduced ...
Physico-chemical properties of soils associated with logged forest and areas converted to teak (Tectana grandis Linn. F)
This rapid and extensive introduction of teak to satisfy a predicted wood shortage in Ghana has given rise to the question of the short/long-term effects that management of teak plantations might have on soil properties. ...
Return to innocence
Can native people of today return to live in a "traditional" lifestyle? This was the question that the people of Lac des Milles Lacs through their attempt to return to their homeland, posed in 1988. Five families, responding ...