Because learning only one programming language makes for more
limited programmers in my experience. It is much better to understand
the underlying concepts that apply in every language and thus
become a "programmer" who can learn and use any language
than to become a "Python Programmer" who is afraid to use
other languages because it would take too long to learn them.
This Style Guide is intended primarily for English-language authors and translators,
both in-house and freelance, working for the European Commission. But now that so
many texts in and around the EU institutions are drafted in English by native and nonnative
speakers alike, its rules, reminders and handy references aim to serve a wider
readership as well.
“Paraprofessionals often possess unique skills that help them know the students in a way
that helps students learn. These unique skills are often the result of paraprofessionals’
spending more time with the students, knowing them from the community, and
sometimes sharing the same culture and language.
Positive school environments were characterised by paraprofessionals working as a
team with teachers, being viewed as educators, being treated respectfully by all school
personnel and parents, and feeling rewarded by their work with children.
Readers will find several papers that address high-level issues in the use of technology in education, for example architecture and design frameworks for building online education materials or tools. Several other chapters report novel approaches to intelligent tutors or adaptive systems in educational settings. A number of chapters consider many roles for social computing in education, from simple computer-mediated communication support to more extensive community-building frameworks and tools.
Objectives: Configure initial settings on a network device using the Cisco IOS software. In this activity, you will use and reinforce your knowledge of the Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) command-line interface (CLI) by explaining it to other students.
I sent the columnist/tutor an e-mail, starting off softly: “Enjoyed your column, blah blah,
impressed you also know so much about math, blah blah. And by the way, you might want to
check your source on the split infinitives stuff. The Associated Press Stylebook, The Chicago
Manual of Style, Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style, Garner’s Modern American Usage
and others all say there’s no such rule.”
The columnist wrote me back. Her response: “I could not disagree more.”
Each unit consist of one to two weeks work and include an introduction, objectives,
reading materials, exercises, conclusion, summary, tutor marked assignment (TMAs)
and marking scheme, references and other resources. The unit directs you to work
on exercises related to the required reading. In general this exercise questions you
on the material you have just covered or required you to apply it in some way and
thereby, help you to gauge your progress and to reinforce your comprehension of the
We discuss Feature Latent Semantic Analysis (FLSA), an extension to Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA). LSA is a statistical method that is ordinarily trained on words only; FLSA adds to LSA the richness of the many other linguistic features that a corpus may be labeled with. We applied FLSA to dialogue act classiﬁcation with excellent results. We report results on three corpora: CallHome Spanish, MapTask, and our own corpus of tutoring dialogues.
Definitions of “program” may vary. Generally, a program constitutes some set of
activities with a defined objective, such as an employment training program, a tutoring
or mentoring program, a sports program, or a literacy development program for
youth. In some nonprofits, there may be one supervisor per program, while in others,
a supervisor will oversee more than one program.
If an organization has more than one group providing the same service, managers
can use a common measurement approach for both.