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What is Duality

Handbook of Research on Education and Technology in a Changing Society
The sense that an individual may be at an expert level in the domain where one is expert and able to teach a subject or content, yet “one of the herd” or even inept when one becomes a learner or student in another environment or context, hence experiencing two frames of mind.
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An Examination of Educators' and Learners' Experiences with Technology from Both Sides of the Learning Landscape: An Autoethnographic Exploration
Rehana Seepersad (Florida International University, USA), Iris McKenzie Jackson (Florida International University, USA), Brett Jolyon Kendon (Florida International University, USA), and Jennifer Kross (Florida International University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-6046-5.ch063
This chapter provides an autoethnographic exploration of the experiences of three adult educators who have recently returned to the learning environment where they are now on the other side of the fence and are students. They confront new technologies within increasingly multi-generational classrooms and student-centered learning resources and dynamics far different from when they were first credentialed. As experienced educators, they currently teach within their own content areas and facilitate student learning using current technology. This chapter examines their experiences through an autoethnographic approach that describes their perceptions as educators and as learners given present technology.
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The Metaphorical Foundation of Interoperability Artifacts: The Case of Public Services
A type of relationship between conceptual metaphors with the same target domain, but with source domains where one source domain is the opposite of the source domain of the other metaphor.
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Reflections of Orientalism and Modernism in the Film Hamam by Ferzan Özpetek
The quality or character of being twofold; dichotomy. Duality of patterning refers to the ability of human language, both signed and spoken, to form discrete meaningful units.
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Morphological Filtering Principles
The duality principle states that, for each morphological operator, there exists a dual one. In sets, the duality is established with respect to the set complementation operation (see further details in the text).
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Story Cubing Strategies: A Culturally Responsive Practice for Young Dual Language Learners
In reference to using story cubes this is the way in which learners can construct symbolic meaning from concrete objects.
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