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|Statement||[by] Harold L. Hodgkinson.|
|LC Classifications||HN58 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 228 p.|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||67012932|
The Impact of Social Interaction• The ImpacT of SocIal InTeracTIon on STudenT learnIng Dr. Beth Hurst, Dr. Randall Wallace, Dr. Sarah Nixon Abstract Due to the lack of student engagement in the common lecture-centered model, we explored a model of instructional delivery where our undergraduate and graduate classes were structured soCited by: 6. A unique contribution of this book is its fine-grained analysis of social interaction as the authors demonstrate how teacher identities are enacted in and through interaction. They balance this delicate and important task by connecting microanalyses with wider debates such as the neoliberal turn in language education (De Costa, Park, and Wee Author: Peter I. de Costa. Sociology tended to look at social behavior in group terms, but this book illustrated that even in the simplest of social groups, two people engaged in a single face-to-face interaction, social. Erikson's eight-stage theory of psychosocial development describes growth and change throughout life, focusing on social interaction and conflicts that arise during different stages of development. While Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development shared some similarities with Freud's, it is dramatically different in many ways.
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