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Topics covered include a solid grounding in its assessments, how to use MAP data to inform classroom instruction, a basic understanding of its science assessments and how to interpret results.
We have long needed an introduction to Open Architecture that can be used by all hands to get a basic understanding of what it's all about, why we do it, and what it does for us," said Bill Johnson, director of Naval Open Architecture.
Nationwide, 65% to 71% of the nation's school children had a basic or below basic understanding in the subjects of reading and mathematics.
The comprehensive MusicGuides can be used in a variety of situations: with students who have no prior music theory training; with more advanced students who need remedial instruction in basic theory; with learners interested in improvisation; with those who require a knowledge of music fundamentals; and with listeners who are seeking a basic understanding of the rudiments of music.
If correcting the problem of the nearly free-falling dollar is to be accomplished, there has to be a basic understanding of what money both is, and is not.
Ideal for plant operators, new employees, and others who need a basic understanding of how corrugated boxes are manufactured and how their individual operation fits into the big picture.
The information provided, although very brief, is usually complete enough to provide a basic understanding of the microorganism.
Learning about such jets is "important for basic understanding of the behavior of rapidly flowing granular materials," he says.