Our book indicates that “Brain Based Learning Education” has 12 assumptions. Three of those assumptions are that, 1) the search for meaning is innate, 2) the search for meaning occurs through patterning, 3) emotions are critical to patterning.
Apply these assumptions and the information/insight gained from the biography and video about/of Victor Frankl, to the learning that occurs through the study of scripture and time spent in pursuit of a relationship with the Lord.
more than five years, but less than ten years. Therefore, these precise standards narrow the scope of the guidelines, as well as introduce a more scientific approach to the listing procedure. ii. Objectivity of the FLC: Whether the FLC are successful in eradicating political involvement from listing decisions is contentious. The quantifiable terms of the criteria demonstrate an attempt to make listing decisions as scientifically objective as possible. The clearly defined terms aim to restrict discretion during the decision-making process. However, the CoP acknowledges that species all vastly differ from each other and are influenced by case-specific interests. This is illustrated by their admittance that the figures are merely approximations and must be interpreted during their application, which results in further issues of discretion arising from the criteria. The FLC do not create purely objective guidelines for decision-making. Nonetheless, that is practically impossible and unrealistic. Therefore, the attempt towards increased objectivity can be viewed as a success in itself. The fact that the criteria promote the use of scientific language in CoP discussions depicts this achievement. It creates the incentive to phrase arguments using a neutral vocabulary, which enables more peaceful debates between Parties. This results in more productive CoP, as members are more likely and able to reach constructive compromises. Furthermore, the lessening of arguments also reduces the likelihood that Parties will enter reservations, or even leave the Convention. Biological evidence provides plausible justifications for why certain decisions are being taken, which allows for domestic backing on controversial topics. Although the scientific criteria itself may not be able to directly create objective decision-making, the fact that it encourages scientific discourse at the CoP is an indirect acc>GET ANSWER