KUHS


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KUHSKerala University of Health Sciences (Thrissur, India)
KUHSKathmandu University High School (Nepal)
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Kuhs. "Fiber Optic Communication Corridor Right-of-Way Valuation Methodology." Valuation Insights and Perspectives (First Quarter, 2002): 16-20.
This study was undertaken before the new clinical pharmacology curriculum was introduced by the KUHS. Our findings may serve as guidance for further reforms and also as a baseline for comparison of outcomes after the implementation of the new curriculum.
Soyka & Schutz 1997; Follette & Farley 1992; Gundel & Kuhs 1992).
The EC175 appears most likely to clash with the seven- to eight-tonne Korean Utility Helicopter (KUH), in which Eurocopter is working as consultant for Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) in the Korean Helicopter Program development phase.
Kuhs also makes the assumption that the author was a liberal.
Freeman DJ, Kuhs TM, Porter AC, Floden RE, Schmidt WH, Schwille JR.
In conclusion, the challenge to teacher educators is to begin to discuss classroom experiences beginning with preservice teacher practica in which beginning teachers "explore relationships between what is taught, how it is taught, and what students learn" (Ryan & Kuhs, 1993, p.
KUHS is a partner in the Bakersfield, Calif., law firm of Kuhs, Parker & Stanton, specializing in land use, eminent domain, business litigation, municipal and water law.
Therese Kuhs states that her purpose for this book is to offer a variety of portfolio-planning modules that suggest ways that teachers might use portfolios and how they can establish evaluation plans that make sense in their own classrooms.
Portfolios should accommodate teachers' and students' individual needs, while allowing students to take an active role in assessing their work and encouraging them to take responsibility for their own learning (Asturias, 1994; Kuhs, 1994).
FLAKE is an associate professor in the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, where THERESE KUHS is an associate professor, AMY DONNELLY is a clinical assistant professor, and CHRISTINE EBERT is an associate professor.
Two of the dimensions, in the original form used by Kuhs et al.