Head Hand Heart: The Struggle for Dignity and Status in the 21st Century
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Boccaletti, S., Latora, V., Moreno, Y., Chavez, M., & Hwang, D.-U. (2006). Complex networks: structure and dynamics. Physics Reports, 424(4–5), 175–308. As the PTs had a distinct career path as a teacher in their immediate future, it was obvious that their identity as a teacher-to-be would largely influence their consideration as to whether a particular activity would be relevant to their professional development. As a result, there was a total of 17 responses of this kind. The paragraphs in italics were the actual responses by the PTs. For easy reading, we categorised the results based on our initial coding scheme, in italics and bold. We have further categorised the responses through the 3H lens. 1.1 Hands I find that the contents in Further Mathematics Topics are relevant to my teaching in Primary Mathematics.
Goodhart explores the role of university expansion in the “cognitive takeover”. A system of residential three-year degrees, designed to use academic learning to manage entry to elite professions, has been expanded to cover 50 per cent of the population. He questions how far mass higher education fosters universally high cognitive skills or knowledge and examines the false hopes invested in the “knowledge economy”, which predicted so many more high-skilled jobs than it has delivered. A narrow set of criteria The hand itself consists of specific bones onto which various muscles are attached, and a collection of neurovascular structures responsible for drainage and innervation. However, the intrinsic muscles of the hand are only partially responsible for all its range of motion. The other major contributors are actually the forearm muscles, which project tendons towards the hand via an equally complex and flexible anatomical structure, called the wrist. If this presents mildly, you may not require any treatment. Several treatments are available if needed, though. These include:Neurodegenerative conditions, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, are characterized by neuron damage or loss. Some of these conditions can cause tingling in the head. Other conditions What actions constitute this fresh take on transformation? And what sets it apart from more traditional approaches?
Also on the palmar surface of the hand, the thenar eminence has a corresponding, ‘fleshy’ region on the ulnar side of the hand. It is easily palpated and visible at the base of the little finger. This region is called the hypothenar eminence and consists of the four hypothenar muscles: abductor digiti minimi, flexor digiti minimi, opponens digiti minimi, and palmaris brevis. This group of muscles are expert movers of the little finger (fifth digit); they abduct, flex, and bring it towards the thumb to facilitate opposition.The Heart: Inspire and empower your people. When transformations were viewed as one-off, short-term programs, inspiring and empowering people wasn’t seen as being essential to them; in fact, people were often treated as a means to an end or, worse, as collateral damage. But successful transformation today depends on people who are engaged and motivated to go above and beyond. Organizations can create this condition through a set of heart “practices.” What does this mean? Leaders invest time and energy in articulating, activating, and embedding the organization’s purpose. Companies create an empowering culture, shaped by leaders, that allows people to do their best work. They also demonstrate care for those whose lives are disrupted by the change—not only departing employees but those who remain to carry out the new vision. Finally, senior managers exercise a more holistic form of leadership: they clarify and navigate, they include and empower, and they delegate and enable their people and teams.