The nine essays in this volume address inequities in the access and use of digital technology in education, detailing large-scale educational reform efforts and microlevel
examples of individuals using digital technologies in K-12 school systems, as well as higher education.
More importantly, we investigated the reasons for these preferences at a microlevel
Kaplan has seen microlevel
improvements, but they haven't translated to observable, macro-level changes in student outcomes," says Kurzweil.
To me, this means concentrate not on the aggregate scores on standardized tests across all students; rather, document impact at the microlevel
of the classroom--learning unit by learning unit.
While the update is a microlevel
tweak to Facebook's video settings, it's reflective of the social media network's renewed focus on video as a revenue stream.
Productivity measurement at the microlevel
is most useful for managerial purposes, as managers should be accountable only for the performance of units that they control.
As a microlevel
examination of African-European cross-cultural interchange and a macrolevel interpretation of European global expansion, the rise of European racism, and expanding Atlantic commerce, this book makes a major contribution to Ghanaian and Atlantic world historiography as well as Early Modern Studies.
Corpus linguistic analysis allows quantitative, microlevel
examination of words and sequences of words commonly occurring together in a large group of spoken or written texts from the same linguistic register (for example, writing center conferences, classroom discourse, scientific journal articles, or corporations' annual reports).
Existing studies have tended to focus on the state, firm, or supply chain level (Saldanha, Mello, Knemeyer & Vijayaraghavan, 2015), but less is known about how actors at the microlevel
cope with conflicting institutional demands (Palmer, Simmons, Robinson & Fearne, 2015; Yang & Su, 2014).
Canetti's account describes the interplay between psychological and environmental determinants of educational processes in early childhood, outlining how microlevel
characteristics and macro-level contexts combine to shape educational experiences.
At the microlevel
of individual participation, Kompoz is characterized by a hybrid of engagement with exhibits of more institutional elements.
This is true even for the few aforementioned studies that have estimated an income elasticity of demand using cross-sectional microlevel