TAPPSTexas Association of Private and Parochial Schools
TAPPSThinking Aloud Pair Problem Solving
TAPPSTraining and Accreditation Programme for Postgraduate Supervisors (Robert Gordon University; Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
TAPPSToronto Association of Police and Private Security (Canada)
TAPPSTennessee Association of Professional Process Servers (est. 1988)
TAPPSTennessee Association for the Preservation and Perpetuation of Storytelling
TAPPSTransportable Assembly Perimeter Protection System (Army Digitization Information Infrastructure-2001)
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Beginning with phase I, the trainee APP (TAPP) shadows the proctor APP (PAPP) during their assigned workday, beginning with patient selection and follows through all steps of a clinical day.
Fire in the former Tapps |pub in Dewsbury town centre.
In case you don't remember, the Houston Orthodox school's playoff run was temporarily halted when the TAPPS semifinal game was scheduled on Shabbat.
Tapps was founded in June 2010 and is engaged in the development of games for iOS and Android platforms with successful applications over the app stores, including Numberlink, Nautilus, Snake, RopeBot and a series of Tappy's - our mascot - games.
TAPPS does not allow sports to be played on Sundays, the day Christians traditionally go to church.
The theoretical framework for this study revolves around problem solving, the role of metacognition, the impact of verbalization on thinking, and TAPPS. Davidson, Deuser, and Sternberg (1994) described problem solving as "the active process of trying to transform the initial state of a problem into the desired one" (p.
At Cardiff Magistrates' Court, prosecutor Mike Evans said: 'Mr Tapps said to the traffic warden 'You put that on the car and I'll take your head off.'
Mr Guinn said: "We have been overwhelmed with the success (of TAPPS) and positive response from customers and as a result would like to open this second, smaller premises in Craig y Don.
TAPPS shouldn't be able to point to an ill-treated Jewish school to show their tolerance.
Whimbey and Lochhead (1986) offered TAPPS as an instructional technique that can improve students' self-regulation during problem solving.