SEDL

AcronymDefinition
SEDLSouthwest Educational Development Laboratory
SEDLSoftware Engineering Design Language (programming)
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31 kromozomunun SEDL (sedlin) genindeki mutasyonlar sonucunda olusur.
Concerning peer-to-peer education, in 2009-2010, 100 "spill-over" students formed twelve learning groups and 180 new SEDL students formed twenty-four learning groups.
SEDL was engaged by a written agreement and the contract's main purpose was to construct a leisure centre.
Subsequent reports over the years identified use of steroids for chronic medical problems as a frequent cause for SEDL (Robertson, Traynelis, Follett, & Menezes, 1997).
SEDL program manager John Westbrook, who leads NCDDR, and Ralf Sehlosser, a professor and chairman of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Northeastern University, will serve as cochairs of the disability subgroup.
unit and SEDL in the Moldanubian unit, were established to detect movements between these two structural units.
Department of Education's National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning at SEDL (formerly the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory) and PEAR (Program in Education, Afterschool and Resiliency at Harvard University).
today announced that SEDL, a private, nonprofit education research, development, and dissemination organization, has reviewed Classworks Math and Reading for their newly released math and literacy Consumers' Guide.
The ARC was composed of a subgroup of methodological and afterschool experts that had been brought together to review proposals, along with SEDL researchers, and key staff from each afterschool research project.
Within the sessions, we SEDL staff members were in essence the "teachers," and the teachers were the "students.