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core curriculum

 
an organized program or course of study in a specialty area of practice.
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"There is a core curriculum, professional thesis writing and the flexibility to customise one's learning journey by following one of three tracks to participants' career aspirations: General Management, Marketing & Sales or Human Resources Management," explained Dr Wolfgang Amann, affiliate professor, HEC Paris and academic director, SBUM and custom programmes, at HEC Paris in Qatar.
The authors, former elementary school counselors who are professors of school counseling, professional developers, and consultants, supply elementary school counselors, administrators, and graduate students with a guide to creating and implementing Tier One school counseling systems of support in a multi-tiered, multi-domain system of supports, focusing on schoolwide activities and core curriculum lessons for all students in academic, social/emotional, and college/career domains, aligned with the American School Counselor Association National Model.
Neuroscience nursing and our core curriculum have changed for the last 30 years, and the core is keeping pace by inviting chapter editors who are at the peak of their game and as passionate as we are about ensuring that this resource is up-to-date and practical.
The interviewed CCCTM nurses also reflected on the effect certification and AAACN's CCTM Core Curriculum have had on professional practice within their organizations.
Development of this inaugural edition of the Core Curriculum took longer than we initially anticipated due to its scope and size.
Published in the January 2016 issue of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH), the Core Curriculum is a key resource and reference for the global thrombosis and hemostasis community.
ERIC Descriptors: Higher Education; Colleges; Core Curriculum; College Curriculum; Required Courses; Writing (Composition); Literature; Second Language Learning; Mathematics Instruction; Natural Sciences; Physical Sciences; College Credits; Reputation; Educational Quality
The implementation of the college's Core Curriculum in 1969 marked a concrete example of Vatican II's document "The Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World" applied to a local setting.
The core curriculum is the outcome of a long and productive interaction of international academic stakeholders, decision makers, and organizations, including academic staff at universities in 27 European countries and the United States, student associations, professional associations, accreditation bodies, the European Commission, representatives from industry, and others.
While MCAS is based on the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks, PARCC will be based on the national Common Core curriculum (which is really based on the Massachusetts model anyway).
Learn more about all recommended curricula available through LMA's Core Curriculum Online.
* Double Agents: Music Games Disguising Core Curriculum, Grades 1-6, by Nicole LeGrand.