Product Description This course consists of 30 lessons, divided into preparation and practice. The lessons take the reader through every stage up to and including the test. This revised edition takes into account the new written test and other changes. ... Read more
Product Description Attempting to take the reader through every stage of learning to drive, up to and including the test, this book comprises 25 lessons which are each divided into 2 parts - the preparation and one hour's practice. There is a C60 cassette which completes the pack and examines all parts of the test, as well as testing the listener with some sample highway questions (with answers). There is also information on aspects such as parking and motorway driving, not directly covered in the test. ... Read more
Product Description This digital document is an article from District Administration, published by Professional Media Group LLC on October 1, 2004. The length of the article is 729 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Citation Details Title: Point of view on technology driver's licenses: districts should teach their students digital smarts. Author: Mike S. Ribble Publication:District Administration (Magazine/Journal) Date: October 1, 2004 Publisher: Professional Media Group LLC Volume: 40Issue: 10Page: 85(1)
Product Description A friend of mine in describing the Russian people as he observed them in their present revolution said it was possible for them to accept new ideas because they were uneducated; they did not, he said, labor under the difficulty common among educated people of having to get rid of old ideas before they took on new ones. I think what he had in mind to say that it is difficult to accept new ideas when your mind is filled with ideas which are institutional. The ideas which come out of formal education, out of the schools, out of books, are ideas which have been stamped as the true and important ones; many of them are, as they have proved their worth in service. But as they represent authority, they pass into a people's mind with the full weight of an accepted fact. The schools, the colleges, and the books are not responsible primarily for the fixed ideas; every established institution contributes fixed ideas as well as fixed customs and rules of action. The schools and colleges circulate and interpret them. The movement for industrial education in the United States is an illustration of this. ... Read more