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A task assigned by a mental health counselor for a patient to complete between-therapy sessions.
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17 and applies to the last homework assignment of the course.
Collecting and grading homework assignments is one method to motivate students to spend more time on task, identified as one of the seven principles for good practice in undergraduate teaching by Chickering and Gamson (1987).
The number of correct responses from each type of homework assignment was tallied to determine the students' maintenance of social studies content under each condition.
Both the homework assignment and the group exercise provided a student-based perspective of the library and the OPAC and highlighted unexpected challenges.
Parental participation in the completion of homework assignments also influences students' academic achievement (Swick & Graves, 1993; Villas-Boas, 1998).
This homework assignment will help your child learn to organize items based on similar or different attributes.
Bishops, as you do your homework assignment on this one, please respect the diversity that the "big tent" of Catholicism now embraces.
For a homework assignment, he might ask them to figure out how much it would cost to cover the state of Nebraska in gold.
Students in local public schools have a unique homework assignment this week, one designed to teach them the value of helping someone in need during the holiday season.
In real life, Lasorda's oversight in trading Paul Konerko and Dennis Reyes to the Cincinnati Reds for Shaw on July 4 might be nothing more than a minor embarrassment, a missed homework assignment in the education of a GM.
Unlike any lecture or homework assignment these teens have ever had, "Making History" literally put students in charge of France, England, Germany, Russia and Italy during the momentous decades of 1930 to 1950, the period before, during and after World War II.
Through outrageous classes, outlandish homework assignments and some pious manipulation, Ben and Sadie are about to find out if they really have what it takes to make it to the altar.