conceptual thinking

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  • How she decides which spaces to visit involves both conceptual thinking and intuitive process.
  • Open Window provides dynamic practice-led education integrating conceptual thinking and academic rigour in the applied arts.
  • Class inclusion refers to a kind of conceptual thinking that children in the preoperational stage cannot yet grasp.
  • The art department provides a creative environment in which students can develop their technical skills, conceptual thinking, visual awareness and creativity.
  • It mediates similar functions such as perception, learning and memory, decision making, motor control, conceptual thinking, and tool use.
  • The PSSM has taken a more balanced view, but still emphasizes conceptual thinking and problem solving.
  • The first standards gave a strong call for a de-emphasis on manual arithmetic in favor of students' discovering their own knowledge and conceptual thinking.
  • This conference showcased the broad conceptual thinking and foundational ideas that would lead to the widespread teaching of popular culture at American and international universities.
  • While largely overlooked, Paul Sollier's writings are now being re-discovered, showing an extraordinarily modern conceptual thinking.
  • Robert Hooke's 'proof' of the non-reality of conceptual thinking. Cited from Man or Matter, by Ernst Lehrs
  • Conceptual thinking about throffers is practically applied in considerations of conditional aid, such as is used in workfare systems.
  • Unlike many programs that had de-emphasised skill in favour of conceptual thinking, Moje created a program that had a rigorous technical core.
  • His first western discourses were criticized by some religious scholars as evangelical and lacking in substance and for stressing direct experience over intellect or religious conceptual thinking.
  • In 1909 Pound continued his assault on conceptual thinking in an essay on "Liberty of Contract."
  • By this line of conceptual thinking, one can easily reach the conclusion that the radiation emanating from a monopole antenna exists in half the space of similar dipole antenna.
  • They advocate learning through the development of meaningful conceptual thinking and judgement by means of a directed reading list of the profound, aesthetic, and meaningful great books of the Western canon.
  • Prem Rawat did not inherit a formal set of teachings nor did he develop one, as he sees conceptual thinking as the main enemy of the direct religious experience which he claims can be obtained through the techniques of Knowledge.
  • Another idea associated with Den Uyl was de verbeelding aan de macht (imagination in the driver's seat, the power of conceptual thinking, particularly in politics).
  • The focus of her research and teaching as Head of Screen Studies at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School is on the connection of theory and practice and making conceptual thinking accessible and useful to practitioners.
  • In savants, says Snyder, the top layer of mental processing --conceptual thinking, making logical deductions-- is somehow deactivated.
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