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10 responses to “disorientation in learning” marco polo june 24th, 2007 reading this, i was reminded of forms of ethical and intellectual development in the college years: a scheme by william perry you can read a good introduction on ed nuhfer’s excellent nutshell notes, starting with vol 7 issue 7 and those immediately following. Introduction body conclusion can be more than one paragraph should catch the reader’s attention should introduce the main focus of your essay usually requires several paragraphs. Decreasing spatial disorientation in care-home settings: how psychology can guide the development of dementia friendly design guidelines.
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