What does GF stand for?
GF stands for Goals For
This definition appears very rarely
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Sylmar 4, Fremont 1: Carol Martinez scored her area-leading 41st goal and Jennifer Alverez, Mary Gaitan and Natali Martinez added goals for the No.
Some research supports metacognitive theory, suggesting that students are better equipped than parents or teachers to set realistic goals for themselves (Hannafin, 1981; Palmer & Wehmeyer, 2003; Tuinstra & Hiatt-Michael, 2004).
A comprehensive approach to understanding students' goals for their educations and lives requires assessment of the entire hope hierarchy.
Typically, the company's board of director's compensation committee will meet in late January or early February of the succeeding year to review the actual financial results of the prior year, to approve the bonus pool payable (and the participants' shares) for the prior year, and to establish the EPS-based bonus goals for the current year.
She noted that the number of women owned firms was far greater than anyone had suspected and the agencies will increase the goals for this segment.
Through research it is clear that students frequently have goals for such things as intimacy, responsibility, relationships, or fun (Sanderson, Rahm, Beigbeder & Metts, 2005; Wentzel, 2001).
Seven players have scored goals for surging Birmingham the past two games.
Factor 1 consisted of items reflecting goals for social responsibility.