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YORKEDUC 3760Sonya SacharWinter

EDUC 3760 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lev Vygotsky, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Comprehension Approach

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YORKEDUC 3760Sonya SacharWinter

EDUC 3760 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Phoneme

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Quiz: Resource Sharing 3 Experiential Education

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scholastic Corporation, Craig White

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Asteroid Family

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Paper Chromatography, Filter Paper, Scientific Method

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Masking Tape, Life Savers, Relate

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Play-Doh, Plasticine, Paper Clip

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YORKEDPJ 2000Josefina Reuter VegaWinter

EDPJ 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Quirks & Quarks, Kyoto Protocol, Animal Testing

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Stratification

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 Readings

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Interpretive Discussion, Language Game

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture 5: 5

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture 3: 3

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Quiz: 0

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YORKEDFE 2100Qiang ZhaWinter

EDFE 2100 Lecture 2: 2

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Søren Kierkegaard, Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Character Education, Philosophical Perspectives, Gestalt Psychology

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Peter Ittinuar, Zebedee

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Social Class, Hidden Curriculum

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Health Equity, Mind Control

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YORKEDFE 2000John IppolitoFall

EDFE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Daniel Giraud Elliot, Hidden Curriculum

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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gerardus Mercator, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon, Abraham Ortelius

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Gerardus mercator (gerhard de cremer) for his collection of maps of northern europe, published in 1595; the first collection of maps of the world, epit
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Critical Geopolitics, Geopolitics

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An example of such analyses is critical geopolitics. Political geography was a marginal subdiscipline for several decades after world war ii, with geop
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Historical Geography, Human Geography, Cultural Geography

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People and the environment: the physical and the human. Their work now informs investigations of global environmental changes as well as illustrating p
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Sustainability And Environmental Management, George Perkins Marsh, Rhodes

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There has also been an increasing stream of work on the interactions between human societies and physical environments-long a central concern for some
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Glaciology, Quaternary, Human Geography

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Since the reorientation after 1970 of physical geography to the study of systems of natural environmental processes, there have been major changes in b
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Spatial Planning, Popular Alternative, Geomatics

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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter 3: Geography Textbook Notes 3

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Geography"s links with mercantilism, imperialism, and citizenship were the basis of claims for geographical instruction in schools. For example, geogra
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Geoinformatics, Geocoding, Inductive Reasoning

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The major technological advance of the late 20th century in this regard was one that, although not specific to geography in its wide range of applicati
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Walter Christaller, Spatial Analysis, Geomatics

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In human geography, the new approach became known as "locational" or "spatial analysis" or, to some, "spatial science. " It focused on spatial organiza
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Migration Period

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Geography, the study of the diverse environments, places, and spaces of earth"s surface and their interactions. It seeks to answer the questions of why
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Kurt Schaefer, Thomas Griffith Taylor, Paradigm Shift

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Geography as a science: a new research agenda. The then-established views regarding the nature of geography were set out in two large volumes in the ea
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter 4: Geography Textbook Notes 4

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In the united states, where each state was responsible for providing elementary, secondary, and higher education, there was no coordinated pressure for
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sidney William Wooldridge, William Rothenstein, Geographical Association

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The development of academic geography in the united kingdom. Two early influential geographers in the united kingdom were both associated with the scho
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Land Values, Psychometrics, Human Geography

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The map was long the geographer"s main tool, with map construction and interpretation being the major practical skills taught in degree programs. Mapma
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Periglaciation, Climax Community, Human Geography

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As a consequence of these changes, physical geography moved away from inductive accounts of environments and their origins and toward analysis of physi
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Lecture 5: Geography Lecture Notes 5

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Canada is the second largest country on earth. It has three ocean borders: the pacific ocean in the west the atlantic ocean in the east the arctic ocea
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: List Of Sovereign States And Dependencies By Area, Central Time Zone, Mountain Time Zone

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Ten interesting facts about the geography of canada. This year canada will celebrate its 150th birthday on july 1st. Most of you, like me, will be out
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YORKGEOG 2075Bruce EricksonSpring

GEOG 2075 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: January 1998 North American Ice Storm, Freezing Rain, Canadian Shield

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We are aware that canada is known for cold temperatures, however this beautiful country does experience all four seasons. Winters can be harsh in many
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