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experiential

Philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical
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" It is physical time, however, that was manifested both metaphorically and experientially in this show, as the spans of time during which the works were devised and executed by Balka, and as time in relation to the subjective encounter of the viewer who enjoys them.
Completing the valuable interactive thought provoking questions will lead to a better understanding and interpretation of the material provided and experientially your personal dreams and visions.
Visually and experientially, this is another milestone moment for us, and for the airport," said Bassam Al Wardi, general manager, Bahrain Duty Free.
The spiritual intersects with the tangible in Mike Cosper's Recapturing the Wonder, a refreshing call for a return to historical practices that infuse the Christian life with the experientially divine.
This model is driven by evidence from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and others, which shows that the very best examples of teacher education internationally are based on a dual form of learning - in which some dimensions of teaching can only be learned experientially during teaching practice, while other forms of learning are intellectually based in a university context.
However, this was a justice camp, not a justice conference, which meant we would be learning experientially as much as theoretically, explained the Rev.
Teaching and Learning Experientially Tomas Rivera Conference Center The University of Texas at El Paso
Concepts or theory are used experientially and refined by each new use.
"I believe in pre-K experientially. I believe mathematically and scientifically we could prove up that pre-K works," said state Rep.
The "outsider" is always a Christian scholar who has been experientially engaged in interreligious dialogue for some time, while the "insiders" are scholars and practicing believers of four major world religions: Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
Experientially? Well, that's a different thing altogether.
These students had completed their maternity nursing experiences and were therefore experientially aware of both "friendly and unfriendly" policies in the clinical sites.

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