The report calls for reforms to reframe
policy according to the institution's Transport Hierarchy.
the assumption that human services should be temporary by drawing on Explanatory Examples that come from across the Life Cycle.
The strategy that consistently works the best for me is to reframe
my failures as "valuable learning experiences.
As the left has made gains in changing public perceptions about LGBTQ people, the right has had to reframe
the debate so as to continue receiving public support for initiatives that marginalize LGBTQ people" (p.
provide a textbook of 22 essays that reframe
discourses on African politics, histories, contemporary struggles, and accomplishments.
Kapadia wants legal experts to help reframe
right to equality law
She was also able to reframe
her experience from a negative to a more positive one, and to resume work.
public understanding of the benefits of family involvement in children's education, this paper lays out a research-based definition and more equitable approach to family involvement and positions it as a key cross-cutting component of broader comprehensive or complementary learning systems in which families, schools, after-school and summer learning programs, school-based health clinics, and others have a shared responsibility for children's learning.
ACA is reaching across organizations and institutions in an attempt to reframe
the current discussion around education reform to introduce the importance of understanding how children learn--not pass the test.
The workshop's main aims were to reframe
negative meanings (about themselves and about HIV infection), enhance social support and provide help with physical symptom management.
Humanity must reframe
its thought patterns and embrace a new logic of personal, social, and environmental costs and benefits.
As a result, I reframe
the issue of acquisition reform .