IMeL


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IMeLIgreja Metodista Livre (Portuguese: Free Methodist Church; Brazil)
IMeLInstitute of Marx, Engels and Lenin (Russia)
IMeLInstituto Médio de Economia de Luanda (Institute of Economics of Luanda; Angola)
IMeLIntergraph Middle East LLC (United Arab Emirates)
IMeLIAEA Marine Environment Laboratory
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Construction of the plant expansion won't be technically difficult, Imel said.
Had she declined there would have been no more Imel knives." Beverly agreed, Billy started making knives, and they've been a strong husband-and-wife team ever since.
(14) And from 1929 to 1932, Fox largely worked at the Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute (IMEL), where he was attached to the English Subsection (Angliiskii kabinet).
Occupying a landmark historical building known as the former Institute of Marxism and Leninism (IMEL), with the addition of a striking glass skyscraper, the hotel's distinctive design cleverly marries Georgian tradition and modernism.
Las caracteristicas del psicologo que contribuyen de modo claramente eficaz a una buena relacion terapeutica son la empatia, la alianza terapeutica y la capacidad de obtener retroalimentacion por parte del cliente, mientras que entre las caracteristicas probablemente eficaces se cuentan la cordialidad, el acuerdo en los objetivos a conseguir y la colaboracion (Baldwin e Imel, 2013; Del Re et al., 2012; Laska, Gurman y Wampold, 2014; Norcross, 2011b).
Imel, The Great Psychotherapy Debate: The Evidence for What Makes Psychotherapy Work (New York: Routledge, 2015).
To encourage a collaborative learning atmosphere wherein each participant feels genuinely valued for their authentic selves, communication center staff should seek to establish an environment that builds trust and care and facilitates the development of relationships among student tutors (Imel, 1998).
In other words, instead of learning material that might be useful in the future, they are learning material that is useful to them now (Imel, 1989).
Also the qualities pursued by the adult students to the teachers who instruct them (Donaldson, Flannery, Gordon, 1993 as cited Imel, 1995) are: the capacity of knowledge, the concern for the act of learning, clear presentation of the material, the ability to motivate the learners, the ability to demonstrate the relevance of the material taught and the ability to be enthusiastic in teaching.
The tasks drawn from this model were limited in accordance with what learners were taught in the class, increasing congruence between the instrument and instruction (Imel, S., and ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, C.