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    • (R)Evolusi Guru Pendidikan Agama Kristen dalam Mentransformasi Kehidupan Siswa

      Utomo, Bimo Setyo (STT Intheos Surakarta, 2017-04)
      If we look deeper, one of the most important issues in the education world is that we (as teachers) are not doing the education in the real sense, but merely teach as a formality. Transformation happens only on transfer of knowledge that only involves the role of science teachers and students ignorance. So, the teacher does not give an understanding to the students, but only move a formula or proposition for students to memorize which then will be issued if necessary. Therefore, it is necessary to have r(evolution) which is not only good, but more importantly, can transform the lives of students. We are fully aware that this time, the teacher is an agent of change which has the task of both institutional and non-institutional. Teacheris a person who daily teach spiritual values, norms, morals, ethics, and positive character habituation.
    • Rabbi Yapeth ben Heli Bassorensis Karaitae in librum Psalmorum commentarii arabici e duplici codice mss. Bibliothecae Regiae Parisiensis /

      Japeth ben Eli, the Karaite, 10th Century. (Lutetiae Parisiorum [i.e. Paris] : Excudebant Firmin Didiot Fratres,, 1846)
      Includes bibliographical references.
    • Rabbi Yapeth ben Heli Bassorensis Karaitae in librum Psalmorum commentarii arabici e duplici codice mss. Bibliothecae Regiae Parisiensis / edidit specimen et in Latinum convertit L. Barg̀es.

      Japeth ben Eli, the Karaite, 10th Century. (Lutetiae Parisiorum [i.e. Paris] : Excudebant Firmin Didiot Fratres,, 1846)
      xxxvi, 118 p.
    • Rabbi Yapheth ben Heli Bassorensis Karaïtae in librum Psalmorum comentarii Arabici : e duplici codice mss. Bibliothecae Regiae Parisiensis /

      Japheth ben Ali, ha-Levi, 10th cent.; Bargès, L. (Lutetiae Parisiorum : Excudebant Firmin Didot Fratres,, 1846)
      Half title: Excerpta ex R. Yapheth ben Heli commentariis in Psalmos Davidis Regis et Prophetae.
    • Rabelais et la déontologie

      Astruc, P (2016-01-06)
    • Raccolta dei lavori preparatori del Codice civile del Regno d'Itali.

      Italy. Parlamento. (Palermo : G. Pedone Lauriel,, 1866-1870.)
      Includes reports of the Minister of Justice, parliamentary debatesand debates and reports of special commissions, on the drafts of the Civil code, the Code of civil procedure and the Commercial code.
    • Race, Practice Behaviors and the NASW Code of Ethics

      Jayaratne, Srinika; Croxton, Tom A.; Mattison, Debra (2016-01-09)
    • Raffaello CESCHI, Parlare in tribunale. La giustizia nella Svizzera italiana dagli Statuti al Codice penale

      Pastore, Alessandro (Librairie DrozCrime, Histoire & Sociétés, 2016-09-07)
      Organisée en six chapitres et précédée d’un prologue, l’étude proposée par Raffaello Ceschi, un historien suisse disparu en juin 2013, parcourt une étape importante de l’histoire du droit et de la justice pénale, à savoir celle du passage de la procédure inquisitoire à la codification pénale. L’historien tessinois scrute avec attention les anciennes terres lombardes sujettes des cantons, unifiées et intégrées à la Confédération helvétique, en 1803. S’éloignant de l’histoire quantitative de la...
    • RAHC Code of conduct

      Remote Area Health CorpsCanberra (A.C.T.), 2017-01-11
      The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to define the standards of behaviour and conduct expected when undertaking a placement with Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC). The code provides a clear frame work for the standards expected during placement and, where applicable, actions outside of a placement may impact on RAHC and/or the broader community and health service.
    • Raising student teachers’awareness around issues of professional conduct : an action research project

      Robertson, Sally-Ann; Chishimba, Felix Nkalamo (Rhodes UniversityFaculty of Education, Education, 2014)
      The teaching profession, like many other professions, has rules and regulations that guide the conduct of its members. Teachers and those who aspire to take up teaching are expected to conduct themselves and discharge their duties in an impeccably professional manner. However, there is concern especially among education authorities regarding unprofessional conduct of some of those employed in schools and colleges. This action research study is a response to this concern. Its goal was to explore issues of professional conduct as part of the induction process of new members entering the teaching profession, and to thereby develop a better understanding of how best to raise student teachers’ awareness around professional conduct issues. The study used a qualitative research framework located in the interpretive paradigm. Three theoretical frameworks informed the design and subsequent analysis of the findings, namely, Burn’s transformational leadership, Mezirow’s transformative learning and Kolb’s theory of experiential learning. Two cycles of workshops around issues of professional conduct were conducted over a period of four weeks with a sample of 40 pre-service student teachers: final year students enrolled in the college’s three year Diploma in Education programme, all members of a science education class. Data collection strategies used were semi-structured interviews, observation and the use of reflective journals, among others. Analysis of the data involved identification of emerging themes and patterns. Initial findings indicate that prior to the commencement of the cycles of action research, participants appeared to have a limited understanding around issues of professional conduct, but that this changed as they participated in the workshops. The data of the study suggest that further steps need to be taken to establish optimal ways of incorporating professional conduct issues into the college’s teaching curriculum.
    • Raising student teachers’awareness around issues of professional conduct : an action research project

      Chishimba, Felix Nkalamo (Rhodes UniversityFaculty of Education, Education, 2014)
      The teaching profession, like many other professions, has rules and regulations that guide the conduct of its members. Teachers and those who aspire to take up teaching are expected to conduct themselves and discharge their duties in an impeccably professional manner. However, there is concern especially among education authorities regarding unprofessional conduct of some of those employed in schools and colleges. This action research study is a response to this concern. Its goal was to explore issues of professional conduct as part of the induction process of new members entering the teaching profession, and to thereby develop a better understanding of how best to raise student teachers’ awareness around professional conduct issues. The study used a qualitative research framework located in the interpretive paradigm. Three theoretical frameworks informed the design and subsequent analysis of the findings, namely, Burn’s transformational leadership, Mezirow’s transformative learning and Kolb’s theory of experiential learning. Two cycles of workshops around issues of professional conduct were conducted over a period of four weeks with a sample of 40 pre-service student teachers: final year students enrolled in the college’s three year Diploma in Education programme, all members of a science education class. Data collection strategies used were semi-structured interviews, observation and the use of reflective journals, among others. Analysis of the data involved identification of emerging themes and patterns. Initial findings indicate that prior to the commencement of the cycles of action research, participants appeared to have a limited understanding around issues of professional conduct, but that this changed as they participated in the workshops. The data of the study suggest that further steps need to be taken to establish optimal ways of incorporating professional conduct issues into the college’s teaching curriculum.
    • Rapid Appraisal of the 2011 Data Collection of Social Protection Programs (PPLS 2011)

      Hastuti; Usman, Syaikhu; Sulaksono, Bambang; Sodo, Robert Justin (The SMERU Institute, 2012-08)
      "To support the implementation of numerous social protection programs and the development of a Unified Database for Social Protection Programs, Statistics Indonesia (BPS), in coordination with the National Team for Accelerating Poverty Reduction (TNP2K) and World Bank, conducted the 2011 Data Collection for Social Protection Programs (PPLS 2011). PPLS 2011 was implemented in order to build a unified database system containing information on all the 40% poorest households in Indonesia which will be used for the purpose of targeting social protection programs to eligible beneficiaries. To achieve this goal, around 45%-50% of low to lower middle socioeconomic households have been enumerated as part of the PPLS 2011 implementation. In order to assess the quality of PPLS 2011, the SMERU Research Institute carried out a rapid appraisal of its implementation in four provinces covering eight kabupaten/kota, and sixteen villages/kelurahan. This appraisal was formulated based on interviews with BPS staffs in kabupaten/kota and kecamatan (KSK), regional government officials, field enumerators (PCL), field supervisors (PML) and 253 households. In this qualitative study, SMERU also observed training, data collection, data verification and data entry activities. In this appraisal, SMERU finds that PPLS 2011 has a number of improvements compared to previous data collections used to determine social protection program beneficiaries, namely the 2005 Socioeconomic Census (PSE 2005) and the 2008 Data Collection for Social Protection Programs (PPLS 2008). Some of these improvements are: a far greater coverage of households, clearer Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), the use of pre-listed lists of households as starting points based on technical analysis of census data, the neutral association of PPLS 2011 to any programs, and the more detailed household information.Meanwhile general criticisms of PPLS 2011 are: the survey was perceived as being too centralized and/or insufficiently able to accommodate local socioeconomic characteristics, socialization to the community was limited, the criteria of low to lower middle socioeconomic households were not clear, and there were indications of possible under-coverage of households in some areas. This study offers several important recommendations that may be useful for future rounds of data collection for social protection programs. First, a fine, precise and firm explanation on the purpose of PPLS should be given to all stakeholders, including the general population. Second, in order to get high quality partners, enumerators must be recruited through an open and objective recruitment process. Third, more precise and clearer definitions of what constitutes a low to lower middle socioeconomic household should be defined well in advance. Fourth, training and field supervision activities should be improved."
    • Rappel du cadre législatif et déontologique de la fin de vie

      Université catholique de Lille - Centre d'éthique médicale; UCL - (MGD) Autre; Jacquemin, Dominique; Colombat, Philippe (Saint-Denis-La Plaine ANAES, 2004)
      La réflexion relative à la fin de vie, à l’accompagnement des personnes et aux soins palliatifs s’initie en France à partir des années 1970 grâce à la contribution de médecins, infirmières, psychologues, théologiens, et tant d’autres. Ce souci et cette démarche trouvent une première officialisation par la circulaire, dite « Laroque », du 26 août 1986 relative à l’organisation des soins et à l’accompagnement des malades en phase terminale. Depuis lors, de nombreux textes législatifs de portées diverses ont vu le jour, s’efforçant de rendre davantage officielle et effective cette préoccupation pour les personnes en fin de vie, leur accompagnement et celui de leurs proches. C’est de cette évolution et de cet intérêt traduit en formes diverses de régulation sociale et sanitaire dont nous voudrions vous faire écho.