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PRAISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Amlodipine Survival Evaluation Trial–that evaluated the efficacy of amlodipine therapy in Pts with CHF. See Amlodipine, Heart failure.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Since human was created on this planet and understood its differences with others, and find His/her endowments of God to him/her and compared to other, Mention tragedy and praise technique have created.
For instance, "You worked really hard on your homework," versus "You're so pretty" or "You're so smart." Use praise rather than rewards when encouraging kids to try something new and acknowledge it when you see skills come easy to them.
Potential licensees in the toy and game products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Praise Ball on a worldwide basis.
[P]arents, music educators, and music teacher educators should be cautious when using praise toward a child's musical performance.
The result of the experiment suggests that inflated praise could cause kids with low-self esteem to shrink from new challenges.
Many teachers need help increasing the rate of praise statements toward their students (Alber & Heward, 2001; Elwell & Tiberio, 1994).
Lewis and Strain (1978) varied the timing of teacher feedback for the use of specific praise. They found that delayed feedback and delayed feedback with the opportunity to set goals for future instruction led to higher rates of specific teacher praise than did immediate feedback during instruction.
The Torah has many words for praise: Besides kavod or kabedhonor, make weighty, glorifythere's hallal, from which we get hallelujah, which means shine, boast, show, rave, or celebrate.
And what could better signify release than verbal or physical praise?
Finally, the benefits of a Praise My Students.'-style forum are not limited to students or to the colleges they have attended.
Elements of the school's work that garnered praise include the extent to which pupils feel safe, pupils' behaviour, leadership and management and the partnerships the school builds.
"I think they are more sensitive and need more praise than punishment," she says and adds that living in nuclear families, children nowadays live a very caged childhood.