The scientific revolution is important because it brings to light two fundamental ideas “observation and evidence”, this forced man to compare the physical traits of human forms, this brought about the differentiation between blacks and whites. According to West philosophy in collaboration with science helped bring theory to reality. Philosophers Bacon and Descartes believed that philosophy brought a new standard of knowledge and that observation and evidence were at the center of the scientific method (West pg. 52). The classical revival of the Greco ideas of beauty that was used to measure what is considered beauty.
As a professional designer we should think, act, react, plan, and perform in professional manner. Self-discipline, responsibility, integrity, competence, co-operate, team work are guideline principals to be a professional designer. What are the attributes of an interior designer ought to have? Develop, sensibility and confident in the design, good relations through documentation and communication (ex: conditions of contract/agreement between client and consultant project progress report), honest, frankness, determination, assertiveness, punctuality and co-operation, physiological insight, appreciation of beauty. What is ‘code of conduct’ provide by SLIID.
The bottom of the tank is a curved surface. What is the volume of both tanks if the radius of tank #1 is 15 feet and the height of tank #2 is 120 feet? You must explain your answer using words, and you must show all work and calculations to receive credit. The first step would be to use the volume of a cyclinder again since the tanks are the shape of a cylinder. The volume of a cyclinder is V=4/3(3.14)r^3.
In the lower-left painting, the artist shows David kneeling before the king giving a clear recognition of social rank. Also, in the lower-right painting, the king’s son is even displayed as taller than David and he is slightly leaned over supporting the idea of
Many systems for classifying physique have been proposed over the centuries, leading to the system called somatotype as proposed by Sheldon (1940), and subsequently modified by others, notably Parnell (1958) and Heath and Carter (1967). The somatotype is defined as the quantification of the present shape and composition of the human body. Sheldon believed that somatotype was a fixed or genetic characteristic, but the present view that the somatotype is phonotypical and thus amenable to change under the influence of growth, aging, exercise and nutrition (Carter and Heath 1990). Among these, Heath and Carter somatotype method is one of the comprehensive evaluation methods. Using this method 10 items of anthropometric indicators are selected and three factors which could be to represent relative content of body fat, growth degree of skeletal muscle and relative height and thinness of body (relative line degree), respectively are calculated.
The nomothetic approach, or the nomothetic model, generalizes rules and patterns to seek general explanation of causes. Supposing that one thirds of stones were made up by basalt, tuff and tuffite; one thirds were made up by granite, tuff and tuffite; the left one thirds were diorite, tuff and tuffite, the scientific and conniving result should consist of common elements, tuff and tuffite. As it
In the architectural realm these nonvisual experiences become important in how our space is perceived, how it makes people feel and even perform. The scale of architecture in relation to the person, the sensation a hand feels while touching a handrail, or the sound a person makes on the building as they walk: all of these
The education level of the parent(s)/guardian(s), the development of educational identities and social capital all contribute to this choice. The development of educational identities is an important element in this process. An educational identity of an individual determines whether or not he or she values education as a valuable resource. The educational level of the parent can influence the viewpoint of this identity. The importance of education stems from “the formation of educational identities through experiences within educational institutions, which creates a tight association between providing a ‘good education’ for their children and maintaining integrity of self” (Sikkink and Emerson 2008: 272).
WHAT IS IT? School-based management (SBM) is a strategy to improve education. By transferring significant decision-making authority from education offices to individual schools. SBM provides principals, teachers, students, and parents control over the education process by giving them responsibility for decisions about the planning, personnel, curriculum and action in school. Through the involvement of school community members in these key decisions, SBM can create more effective learning environments for students.
The work of John Franklin Bobbitt and Ralph Tyler very much advocate Product curricular designs, maintaining that these designs are centred on the creation of a disciplined and “structured learning environment for students” (O’Neill 2015, p). The Product Model can be regarded as the historically tested and more ‘traditional’ method of developing curriculum. Teacher planning and the presentation of learning intentions to students is core to the