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📒Connections ✍ Jay Kappraff
✏Connections Book Summary : The first edition of Connections was chosen by the National Association of Publishers (USA) as the best book in ?Mathematics, Chemistry, and Astronomy ? Professional and Reference? in 1991. It has been a comprehensive reference in design science, bringing together in a single volume material from the areas of proportion in architecture and design, tilings and patterns, polyhedra, and symmetry. The book presents both theory and practice and has more than 750 illustrations. It is suitable for research in a variety of fields and as an aid to teaching a course in the mathematics of design. It has been influential in stimulating the burgeoning interest in the relationship between mathematics and design. In the second edition there are five new sections, supplementary, as well as a new preface describing the advances in design science since the publication of the first edition.
📒Galois Connections And Applications ✍ Klaus Denecke
✏Galois Connections and Applications Book Summary : This book presents the main ideas of General Galois Theory as a generalization of Classical Galois Theory. It sketches the development of Galois connections through the last three centuries. Examples of Galois connections as powerful tools in Category Theory and Universal Algebra are given. Applications of Galois connections in Linguistic and Data Analysis are presented.
✏PRO 21 International RILEM Symposium on Connections Between Steel and Concrete Volume 2 Book Summary :
📒Key Geography New Connections ✍ Grant Westoby
✏Key Geography New Connections Book Summary : A series of photocopiable activity files that provide opportunities to help develop active learning and critical thinking skills.
📒Making Connections ✍ Carol Gilligan
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📒Connections ✍ Glen Carpenter
✏Connections Book Summary : The Bible is filled with mysteries. Along with the clear and obvious declarations in the Scriptures, there are also thousands of hidden and partially hidden symbolic meanings. Some original word meanings were lost in translation from the Hebrew and Greek, as this book reveals. Many other powerful symbolic statements were also divinely interwoven into the text. As with Jesus parables, only those with eyes to see and ears to hear could understand them. Yet all born-again believers have these spiritual eyes and ears, and they are able to see and hear things that the Holy Spirit has already revealed in the Scriptures.
📒Connections ✍ Stephen P. Reyna
✏Connections Book Summary : Have you ever wondered how the internal space of our brain connects with the external space of society? Drawing on hermeneutics and neuroscience Stephen Reyna develops an anthropological theory that explains the relationship between the biological and the cultural. Recent popular interest in the brain is evident, and now social anthropologists are starting to consider connections between science and anthropology. Reyna is an anthropologist prepared to tackle big and difficult questions. This accessibly written book will cause quite a stir in anthropology, and will appeal to those interested in the mysteries of the brain.
📒Making Connections ✍ Barbara Mickelsen Ervin
✏Making Connections Book Summary : Introduce fun, effective, hands-on art activities in every discipline! Contains convenient reproducibles ideal for preparing thematic units in English and language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, and music Features teacher guide pages providing guidance on assessment strategies and teaching objectives, as well as a chart showing interdisciplinary connections Includes valuable suggestions for teaching students with special needs
📒Classic Connections ✍ Holly Koelling
✏Classic Connections Book Summary : Getting teens to read, much less enjoy classic literary fiction is an on-going challenge for educators and librarians. However, Holly Koelling--author, YA librarian, and booktalker extraordinaire-offers a variety of techniques for rising to that challenge and successfully selecting, presenting, and connecting teens with great literature in the library and in school. This book defines classics and discusses why they are important, then provides a step-by-step process for finding the hooks that attract teens, educating yourself about classic literature, and motivating and inspiring readers. This is an upbeat, information-packed guide that anyone working with teen readers will refer to again and again. Readers' advisory techniques employing the genre approach, appeal features, and other lures are discussed along with a variety of programs and promotions that will help teens more deeply appreciate the classics they read--from booktalks, booklists, and displays to readers' theatre, teen book clubs, and reviews. Brimming with anecdotes and practical examples, Classic Connections also includes an extensive bibliography of classics for teens and professional resources. This is an upbeat, information-packed guide, and if you work with teen readers, you'll refer to it again and again. When you're through, you might just have the teens fighting over these important works!
📒Personal Connections In The Digital Age ✍ Nancy K. Baym
✏Personal Connections in the Digital Age Book Summary : The internet and the mobile phone have disrupted many of our conventional understandings of our selves and our relationships, raising anxieties and hopes about their effects on our lives. This timely and vibrant book provides frameworks for thinking critically about the roles of digital media in personal relationships. Rather than providing exuberant accounts or cautionary tales, it offers a data-grounded primer on how to make sense of these important changes in relational life. The book identifies the core relational issues these media disturb and shows how the ways we talk about them echo historical discussions about earlier communication technologies. Chapters explore how we use mediated language and nonverbal behavior to develop and maintain communities, social networks, new relationships, and to maintain relationships in our everyday lives. It combines research findings with lively examples to address questions such as whether mediated interaction can be warm and personal, whether people are honest about themselves online, whether relationships that start online can work, and whether using these media damages the other relationships in our lives. Throughout, the book argues for approaching these questions with firm understandings of the qualities of media as well as the social and personal contexts in which they are developed and used. Personal Connections in the Digital Age will be required reading for all students and scholars of media, communication studies, and sociology, as well as all those who want a firmer understanding of digital media and everyday life.