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NTHS is pleased to announce the 2017 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship Recipients. Ranken Technical College is a leading Missouri technical college, and a smart choice for anyone motivated to build a successful career. Technical names are to be sourced from scientific handbooks, texts or journals. Technical art history embraces a holistic research approach, taking in all aspects of the art work: material, conceptual, contextual.
As a technical logistician (TechLog), you will provide daily technical support to all activities in our medical facilities. The Technical Communication (Co-op) program is an intensive learning/work experience designed to prepare you for a career as a technical communicator (writer, editor, documentation specialist) in a variety of fields.
The Society for Technical Communication advances technical communication as the discipline of transforming complex information into usable content for products, processes, and services. Some analysts use fundamental analysis to decide what to buy and technical analysis to decide …Read More
The seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries reason ruled as a god , and people like Voltaire revolted against it. Rousseau also led the revolt against reason and he made nature the sole authority over human affairs. Scheffler’s writing: traces of it, large or small, can be found in such places as Justifying Curriculum Decisions,” Toward an Analytic Philosophy of Education,” chapter five of Science and Subjectivity, (possibly) chapter four of Conditions of Knowledge, and undoubtedly other places besides.
Topics will include: progressive and child-centred education; liberal education; liberal theory and critiques of liberalism; radical and libertarian educational traditions; educational equality; privatization and marketisation; state control of education; faith schools and common schools; parents’ and children’s educational rights.
Also Scheffler’s Conditions of Knowledge (1965), still the best introduction to the epistemological side of philosophy of education, and his Reason and Teaching (1973/1989), which in a wide-ranging and influential series of essays …Read More