effective atmosphere

effective atmosphere

[ə¦fek·tiv ′at·mə‚sfir]
(geophysics)
That part of the atmosphere which effectively influences a particular process or motion, its outer limits varying according to the terms of the process or motion considered.
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Using such theoretical tactics or concepts as that which indicts greatest profit as the most positive reinforcement for K-12 faculty and many other rather conceptual strategies for creating a more enthusiastic and effective atmosphere for learning and teaching.
Although this later school is well represented, accompanied by eerie music which creates a definite and effective atmosphere (reminding one that this was the era of The 39 Steps, the stock-market crash and international slump, and the rise of Communism and Fascism), one would like to know more about the links and differences between the two movements.

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