Author: Thomas S. C. FarrellPublish On: 2014-11-27
All we can see is the top of the iceberg, or 10 per cent of the whole iceberg, and
in teaching this constitutes our practice, the fourth stage/level of reflection in the
framework. Thus we are now ready to reflect on the more visible behaviors of
Author: Thomas S. C. Farrell
Category: Foreign Language Study
Taking the concept and the practice of reflective teaching forward, this book introduces a well-structured, flexible framework for use by teachers at all levels of development, from pre-service to novice to the most experienced. The framework outlines five levels of reflective practice—Philosophy; Principles; Theory-of-Practice; Practice; Beyond Practice—and provides specific techniques for teachers to implement each level of reflection in their work. Designed to allow readers to take either a deductive approach, moving from theory-into-practice, or an inductive approach where they start from a practice-into-theory position, the framework can be used by teachers alone, in pairs, or in a group.
Two-way reflection time in seconds MSL horizontally bedded 'lag' deposits and
draped fill deposits. five levels within the ... No iceberg ploughmarks have been
detected on reflections deeper than EP1, but between three and five individual ...
Author: M. Huuse
Publisher: Geological Society of London
"Glaciogenic reservoirs and hydrocarbon systems occur intermittently throughout the stratigraphic record, with particular prominence in Neoproterozoic, Late Ordovician, Permo-Carboniferous and Late Cenozoic strata. Recent interest in glaciogenic successions has been fuelled by hydrocarbon discoveries in ancient glaciogenic reservoirs in North Africa, the Middle East, Australia and South America. Glaciogenic deposits of Pleistocene age are noteworthy for their content of groundwater onshore and potentially prospective and/or hazardous gas accumulations offshore. The abundant imprints of Pleistocene glaciations in both hemispheres can be used to reconstruct complex histories of repeated ice cover and retreat, and glacier-bed interactions, thus informing our view on the dynamics of older ice caps and predictions of future glaciations. This volume aims to provide a better understanding of glaciogenic processes, their stratigraphic record and reservoir characteristics of glaciogenic deposits. The book comprises 3 overview papers and 16 original case studies of Neoproterozoic to Pleistocene successions on 6 continents and will be of interest to sedimentologists, glaciologists, geophysicists, hydrologists and petroleum geologists alike."-- P. 4 of cover.
REFLECTIONS. IN. A. TEAR. Hello heart, how shall I say this, where shall I start?
I love you. Hello skin, where is it you want to begin? Hello soul, what do you
know? You are my old friend, my quiet shadow, my easel, my punching bag.
The echograms were found to be free of intern a 1 s c at t e rers. It was pointed
out that the echogram from an iceberg is complicated because of sca t t e ring
from the ice-water inter face, multiple reflections with in the ice and refraction at
Author: T. J. Buckley
This report identifies and reviews all previous recorded measurements of the underwater portion of icebergs. Analysis of previous keel measurements show that, at best, only a general three-dimensional impression of the underwater shape can be obtained. Analysis of the data base also indicates that there is not a good functional relationship between the draft and the above-water parameters of icebergs and thus above-water dimensions form a poor basis for estimation iceberg draft. Factors affecting performance of an acoustic iceberg mapping system including frequency versus range and resolution, angle of incidence and beam bendering are investigated. The use of alternative sensors for iceberg mapping, primarily undewater low-light TV, lidars, and impulse radars, and it is concluded that because of the significant research and development required and the short operational ranges achievable that optical/electro-optical devices are not at present feasible sensors for underwater iceberg shape determination. Impulse radar deployed from a helicopter has potential as an iceberg draft measurement device.
TH , vT , v = 1 – Th , vrt , v If medium 2 has a much larger dielectric constant than
medium 1 , as is true for the interface between air and wet ice for example , the reflection coefficients approach 1 , and very little energy is coupled into medium 2
Author: Simon Haykin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
Describes the latest remote sensing technologies used to detect ice hazards in the marine environment; map surface currents, sea-state and surface winds; study ice dynamics, over ice transportation, oil spill countermeasures, climate changes and ice reconnaisance. Includes such technologies as acoustic sensing, ice-thickness measurement, passive microwave remote sensing, ground wave and surface-based radars.
... being delighted by a glittering iceberg, the flickering reflections of clouds in a
river, the gracefulness of a gazelle, or the ... aesthetic pleasures, no reflection of
the kind required by the account—which involves attention to the ''perceptual and
Author: Richard Shusterman
In this volume, a team of internationally respected contributors theorize the concept of aesthetic experience and its value. Exposing and expanding our restricted cultural and intellectual presuppositions of what constitutes aesthetic experience, the book aims to re-explore and affirm the place of aesthetic experience--in its evaluative, phenomenological and transformational sense--not only in relation to art and artists but to our inner and spiritual lives.
Like many rivers these days the San Juan is bound for practical ends ,
condemned by industrial agriculture to expire in a thousand irrigation ditches ,
transmogrified from living river into iceberg lettuce , square tomatoes , celery ,
onions , Swiss ...
Author: Verne Huser
Publisher: UNM Press
Category: Literary Collections
Three-hundred-and-fifty years of river literature come together in this memorable collection.
Though we are only able to sample the tip of the iceberg of community
organizations and efforts in the region, there is no doubt, for South Asians in the
Pacific Northwest, maintaining vibrant and deep connections in the United States
Author: Amy Bhatt
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Immigrants from South Asia first began settling in Washington and Oregon in the nineteenth century, but because of restrictions placed on Asian immigration to the United States in the early twentieth century, the vast majority have come to the region since World War II. Roots and Reflections uses oral history to show how South Asian immigrant experiences were shaped by the region and how they differed over time and across generations. It includes the stories of immigrants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka who arrived from the end of World War II through the 1980s. Watch the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHjtOvH0YdU&list=UUge4MONgLFncQ1w1C_BnHcw&index=3&feature=plcp
Had those cases gone to trial, the plaintiffs could have found legal precedents to
support their arguments. Don't assume that occasional instances of sexism are
only that, and not the tip of an iceberg. Conservatives allege that a politically ...
Author: William J. Adams
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Reflections on the University Scene presents a sample of ideas, thoughts, and points of view, intimate to the university scene. They include the nature of the university, governance, limits of dissent, academic freedom, tenure, collective bargaining, liberal education, admissions, higher education and high-tech, and memorable teachers and teaching.
iceberg. has. not. yet. melted. Further reflections on the concept of
industrialization and distance teaching (1989) After his retirement as Vice -
Chancellor, Peters published this article on his views on the industrialization of
teaching and learning ...
Author: Desmond Keegan
First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: Roberto de Olivera CamposPublish On: 2014-11-11
Education and training are like the twothirds of the iceberg that remains
submerged but is, in effect, much more important than what appears on the
surface. The fifth on this list of problems is the improvement in the quality of
Author: Roberto de Olivera Campos
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Political Science
Economic development has been an challenge facing the countries of Latin America. Because the United States, from the very nature of its geographic and economic relationship with its southern neighbors, must inevitably exercise a strong influence on the course which that development takes, it is important that North Americans understand conditions in Latin America and the attitudes of its peoples. Roberto de Oliveira Campos, former Brazilian Minister of Economic Planning, is in a unique position to evaluate both past accomplishments and future problems. In this group of essays, Campos gives a comprehensive analysis of many aspects of Latin American development in the mid-twentieth century. He examines relations between the United States and Latin America from a variety of angles, and he outlines the basic problems of economic development, of governmental policy, and of public and private administration. He gives particular attention in several essays to the relationship of foreign trade and foreign aid to economic development, and he presents a long discussion of the Alliance for Progress—its history, its purposes, its accomplishments, and its failures. Campos’s philosophy regarding the role of the state in economic development and other questions emerges clearly from these pithy essays. “The valid distinction I see on the basis of my analysis of men and things is between pragmatic or functional nationalists and romantic or temperamental nationalists,” he writes. “The latter confuse intention with results. They start with enthusiasm and end in fanaticism, this being, according to Santayana, ‘the art of redoubling efforts after losing sight of objectives.’ . . . Many [romantic nationalists], though they do not confess it, favor the dangerous purgery of revolution. “The pragmatic nationalist seeks to operate within the frame of democratic institutions and prefers reform to revolution. As to myself, I shall continue considering myself a pragmatic nationalist. I renounce the temptation of mobilizing resentment in order to gain the authority to plan development. I would rather strengthen the national entrepreneur than merely antagonize the foreigner. I would want the state not to do what it cannot do in order to do what it should do. I prefer to love my own country rather than to hate the others’.”
Frequently at least one “skiable” iceberg lasts in the ravine until July or August.
Although it may only be large enough for one or two turns, each year people
trudge up the trail with boards on their backs in an attempt to be the last skier of
Author: Brian Irwin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Sports & Recreation
Recompense: Streams, Summits and Reflections is a compilation of essays, some of which have been previously published. Divided into personal, experiential pieces, regional, historical selections and fishing tales, this book is a collection of expositions that exemplify the humbling effect nature and culture can have on the human soul. A story of the loss of one of the worlds great alpinists is contrasted by a recollection of a high-profile rescue high on Maines Mount Katahdin and a two-year old boys first rock climb. Cultural lessons learned during expeditions to Bolivia and Patagonia parallel interpretations of climbing and skiings development in New England and the societal uniqueness of rural Washington States trout fishing community. Recounts of intimidation in the intensive care unit and memories of fishing the open waters of Montana highlight the impact of the natural world on interpersonal relationships and their effect on the mind of a doctor in training. Recompense: Streams, Summits and Reflections is a balanced selection of essays that will delight readers.
... London and New York, pp. 112-133. Ogilvie, A. E. J., Barlow, L. K., and
Jennings, A. E.: 2000, 'North Atlantic climate c. A.D. 1000: Millennial reflections
on the Viking discoveries of Iceland, Greenland and North America', Weather 55,
Author: A.E.J. Ogilvie
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
THE "LITTLE ICE AGE": LOCAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES P. D. JONES and K. R. BRIFFA Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK. This volume of Climatic Change is devoted to the study of the climate of the last 1000 years, with a major emphasis on the last few centuries. The timespan encompasses what has been referred to as the "Little Ice Age" (Bradley, 1992). This term was originally coined by glaciologists, with reference to the most recent major glacial advance of the Holocene (Bradley and Jones, 1993). Although other such advances in different parts of the world may not have been synchronous, the term "Little Ice Age" has come to be associated with the period of a widespread foreward movement of European glaciers between about 14 50 to 1850, as well as with relatively cooler temperatures. The issue of whether or not this concept is appropriate, is a major theme of many of the papers included in this volume.
With the help of Marx, Engels, Sartre, Hegel, Kierkegaard, Lacan, Brecht and many more, Žižek examines the hidden causes of violence, delving into the supposed 'divine violence' which propels suicide bombers and the unseen 'systemic' ...
Author: Slavoj Žižek
Publisher: Profile Books
Category: Political violence
'The Elvis of cultural theory' confirms his status as the most exciting philosopher in recent history as he explores the nature of violence in typically controversial style.
Natural disasters everywhere earthquakes, tsunamis, no way to prepare Climate
change all around the globe; Warm temperate places now experiencing cold Icebergs are melting, some places flooding, water all about; one place can have
Author: Donna Mainor
In February 2007, I suffered a Stroke, which partially paralyzed the left side of my body. I lost the use of my left hand, which was my dominant hand. I never lost my love for writing poetry. Writing this book has been a healing process for me. My healing and recuperation from this debilitating illness has been very lengthy and tedious. During that time, I did a great deal of reflecting on past experiences as well as on current events and social issues. Expressing myself through poetry has always been a catharsis. Writing poetry allows me to gain and keep perspective. It is fulfilling for me to be able to share my thoughts and feelings with others through this art.
One of these Icebergs was two miles in circumference , and 150 feet high . Others
rose from 250 to 300 feet above the level of the sea , and were therefore of great
volume below ; since it is ascertained by experiments on the buoyancy of ice ...
Through the window there's no view except a pale outline of my own puzzled reflection – we could be anywhere. There's a bump as we land, and in the
distance I see a handful of lights, the first after five hours of flying. This is without
doubt the ...
Author: David Shukman
Publisher: Profile Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An Iceberg as Big as Manhattan is a gripping report on the new frontlines of science and the environment from the BBC's Science Editor, David Shukman. His skill is to get the big picture and to present it amid the everyday details of life and people. And these are the major stories of our day, whether Shukman is journeying up the fabled North West Passage in the Arctic, chasing after loggers in the Amazon, battling through plastic waste in the Pacific, or heading to the bottom of the sea to chart the effects of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This new paperback edition of Reporting Live from the End of the Word (9781846688874) has been revised and updated to take stock of recent events. It provides a fascinating eye-witness account of both the environment and of life behind the cameras at the BBC.
Author: United States. Coast GuardPublish On: 1958
From the upper portion of figure 27 it is readily apparent that the reflection
coefficient increases rapidly with addition of melt water. A wet iceberg might be
considered to have a surface consisting of approximately 15 percent water by
Lower right ± the collective objective view Besides helping you reveal and
understand cultural patterns, reflection also helps ... However, what is reflected
on is just the tip of the iceberg, as much of experience is simply taken for granted
Author: Christopher Johns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Reflection is widely recognised as an invaluable tool in health care, providing fresh insights which enable practitioners to develop their own practice and improve the quality of their care. This book introduces the practitioner to the concept of 'Guided reflection', an innovative research process in which the practitioner is assisted by a mentor (or 'guide') in a process of self-enquiry, development, and learning through reflection, in order to become fully effective. Guided reflection is grounded in individual practice, and can provide deeply meaningful insights into self-development and professional care. The process results in a relexive narrative, which highlights key issues for enhancing health care practice and professional care. This book uses a collection of such narratives from everyday clinical practice in nursing, health visiting and midwifery to demonstrate the theory and practicalities of guided reflection and narrative construction. These narratives portray the values inherent in caring, highlight key issues in clinical practice, reveal the factors that constrain the quest to realise practice, and examine the ways practitioners work towards overcoming these constraints.
Oh my Sprit can only be the iceberg of it all. A cooler. A freezer. Or is it just numb
from too many icy Winters, which have lingered into Spring? Like a forbidden
cake, topped with bright white frosting, and clear Gelatin iciness, overhanging off
Author: Milt Lemke Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Through the years Ive learned much from my Poetry Mentors, who are many, and a few Ive mentioned in this book. They taught me by example that, yes, I too can be a Poet. I too can be a member of this extraordinary extended family. A good dose of courage, and risk taking is whats needed to achieve some sort of compromising end. Frankly Ive learned little of this art from text books and class rooms. Its The Masters; the elder Poets who are my text book and class room, teaching me the refinement process of honing and polishing. What ever course my poetry and prose might take My Tutors assure me its a well worth the journey down every path, and side path. Visiting every side show I visit, and eventually discovering my style. I consider my poems and prose as my children. Like their parent I want them to do their best. Ive nurtured them, loved them, and cared for them. Ive held on to them long enough. Its time they go out on their own. You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you dont try. Beverly Sills Milt Lemke, Jr.