The Perceptions of High School Honor Students on the Academic Skills Needed to Succeed in College Science Classes

The Perceptions of High School Honor Students on the Academic Skills Needed to Succeed in College Science Classes | Peter KIRIAKIDIS & Paul BARBER Abstract: High school honor graduates at a rural high school in the Southeastern United States of America have not been as prepared for college science classes. At the research site, which is located in one rural high school, honor graduates have been experiencing difficulties with their freshman college science classes although these students ...
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Comments to the Study: Savulescu J., Autonomy, the Good Life, and Controversial Choices, in , Rhodes R., Francis L.P., Silvers A. (eds.), 2007, The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.: 17 – 37.

Comments to the Study: Savulescu J., Autonomy, the Good Life, and Controversial Choices, in , Rhodes R., Francis L.P., Silvers A. (eds.), 2007, The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.: 17 – 37. | Antonio SANDU Abstract: Julian Savulescu performs an analysis of the relationship between autonomy and the idea of a “good life”, starting from the perspective of controversial elections. The author shows that the choices based on individual values and different from the...
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