Communities inspiring resilience
This Loop diagram outlines how community engagement endeavors might build up social capital in a location and inspire perseverance in the face of adversity. As such, these dynamics contribute to the reduction in community problems. Inspired by the work of Wayne Hoy, Bandura, Sampson and many others.
Scholars and Expedients 1
Effect of rewards on the selection promotion and retirement of scholars in universities. Based on Geoffrey Brennan's Selection and the Currency of Reward chapter10 in The Theory of Institutional Design ed. RG Goodwin Cambridge University Press 1996 See also IM-2016
Ejemplo 7: Retraso de Material Nivel 3 Cosecha Usando Funciones Históricas
Hybrid Health Modeling Strand
ALEKS Learning Curve
Classroom Behavior Model - Basic
Ejemplo 5 Manejo de Retrasos de Material
Ejemplo 6: Carbono 14 - BRN
Generic Bio Curriculum
Population Stock and Flow with Declining Age Expectancy
We replaced the variable "Life Expectancy" with a converter that allows us to indicate how life expectancy declines over time with an increasing population (due to scarcity of resources, urban crowding, disease, etc) assuming no further technological or medical advancements.
Ejemplo 6 Retraso de Material Nivel 3 Cosecha
Poverty in Poland's Rural Context
Marginalized Knowledge (Education)
Ejemplo 2: Llenar vaso con agua - No Linealidad - Tabla
Skolenu plusma / Students in Adazhi school
The Lost Children
Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) proposes that cognition isn't unitary and that individuals cannot be described as having a single, quantifiable intelligence. Published in 1983, his theory stipulated seven of which one more was added a year later.
Note: Intelligence is defined as the ability to solve problems, the ability to create problems to be solved, and the ability to create a product or a service that is of value to one's culture.