Neito

Neito

 

a group of lakes in the Yamal-Nenets National Okrug (Tiumen’ Oblast, RSFSR), including Neito Pervoe, with an area of 48.8 sq km; Erto, 116 sq km; and Malto, 215 sq km. Located in the center of the Iamal Peninsula. Maximum depth, 4 m (Lake Malto). The Seiakha River, a tributary of Ob’ Bay, flows out of Lake Erto; the Seiakha River, a tributary of the Mordyiakha River (Kara Sea basin), flows out of Lake Malto.

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And though research findings support the notion that teachers' beliefs inform classroom practices, which in turn effect student academic achievement (Ladson-Billings, 1995; Neito, 2000; Pajares, 1992; Sleeter, 2001), teacher education programs continue to gloss over this idea when it comes up in discourses regarding the need to establish core beliefs that ground admissions into teacher education programs (Harper, 2008; Harrison, 2006; Murrell et al.
2000; Neito, 2007) and differs from the integrative interpretation by focusing on socio-cultural inclusion rather than solely on academic inclusion.
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This set of quality experiences contributes to development in ways often not experienced by youth during the school day (Dworkin, Larson, & Hansen, 2003; Hirsch, 2005; Kahne, Nagaoka, Brown, O'Brien, Quinn, & Thiede, 2000; Neito, 2003) and provides an alternative context for youth to demonstrate competency (Cushman, 2006).
But with midfielder Thomas Buffel, defender Jean PierreFanfan and strikers Nacho Novo and Federico Neito still absent from the Gers squad, that is unlikely to be of much consolation to under-pressure coach Alex McLeish.
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