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While the article Educational Studies in Mathematics highlights the discrepancy between book and experiential learning in mathematics, the article “Interprofessional perspectives on teamwork in health care” highlights the difficulties experienced by nurses working on management teams in hospitals, and allowing their disciplines framework of knowledge to be accepted as equal to their physician-colleagues. “There is […]

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Flowers, Mertens and Mulhall attributed small teams and adequate individual and team planning time for teachers with greater teaming practices such as curriculum coordination and student assignments. The school administrator must also establish an open dialogue between the education teachers and the special education staff so that they can share their views. Building an environment […]

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These studies show the importance of confronting feared stimuli for extinguishing anxiety. However, at the same time, other research has found that the cognitive methodology has had equal results to the ERP in OCD treatment. Hackman and McLean report that they have as positive results with thought-stopping as those found with ERP. Once again, however, […]

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