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Hildebrandt, Robert – Sch Shop, 1970
An approach used in reflecting industry in the industrial arts shop through preprinted instructions called resource units. (GR)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Objectives, Industrial Education, Junior High Schools
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Goodman, Joan F. – Early Education and Development, 2002
Presents points of agreement with DeVries, Zan, and Hildebrandt: overall educational philosophy, the developmental path from egocentrism to reciprocity, and educational approaches when fundamental ethical principles are at stake. Examines the substantial differences in perspectives regarding the substance of morality, the process of teaching…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Early Childhood Education, Educational Practices, Moral Development
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Rindflesch, Thomas; Reeves, Jennifer E. – Language Sciences, 1992
Reexamines data from Caplan and Hildebrandt (1988) with a new set of background assumptions and concludes a Government-Binding-based account is not supported. Instead, deficits observed in the process of infinitival complement constructions are attributed to patient inability to fully access the data structure required to support a proposed…
Descriptors: Aphasia, Case Studies, Language Processing, Linguistic Theory
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Metzger, Matthew J.; Glasser, Benjamin J.; Glasser, David; Hausberger, Brendon; Hildebrandt, Diane – Chemical Engineering Education, 2007
Ask a graduating chemical engineering student the following question: What makes one reactor different from the next? The answers received will often be unsatisfactory and will vary widely in scope. Some may cite the difference between the basic design equations, others may point out a PFR is "longer," and still others may state that it…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Chemical Engineering, Equations (Mathematics), Teaching Methods
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Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – Journal of Business Communication, 1975
Descriptors: Communication Problems, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Background, Cultural Differences
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Hildebrandt, H. W. – Journal of Business Communication, 1984
In a letter to Aristotle, the author (as Phaedrus) gives an overview of communication as it is now taught compared to what was learned in ancient times and suggests rhetorical principles that modern teachers should not forget. (PD)
Descriptors: Business Communication, Classical Literature, Communication (Thought Transfer), Comparative Analysis
Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – 1978
Sexism is a social issue in the U.S. which is suggested both by the popular press and the scholarly world. Teachers of English, psychologists, publishers, the U.S. government, the legal field, dictionaries, and especially the women's movement have commented upon and have been involved in the study of sexism, and in the advocacy of change toward…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Context, English
Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – 1979
A study was conducted to determine whether there was a linguistic correlation between a financially good year and a bad year as expressed in the annual reports of company presidents to their shareholders. Specifically the study tested the "Pollyanna Principle," which states (1) that regardless of whether the year was financially good or bad, the…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Business Communication, Communication Research, Content Analysis
Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – 1980
The ancient world, as exemplified in the theoretical writings of the Greek and Roman rhetoricians, directly influenced the teaching and practice of dictamen as taught for business, for the church, and for law in the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance. Prescriptions on how to communicate in the ancient world formed the core of preparation for the…
Descriptors: Church Role, Classical Literature, History, Language Styles
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Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – 1977
International researchers need to be aware of international problems and multinational managerial codes when they work with worldwide organizations. This paper develops the premise that consulting with German multinational companies is more complex than consulting with or researching for American firms. Discussion focuses on the following three…
Descriptors: Business, Business Communication, Communication (Thought Transfer), Consultants
Hildebrandt, H. W. – 1977
Teachers of business communication, along with teachers in other disciplines, must develop ways of responding to demands for faculty evaluation. The first section of this paper considers three questions relevant to any kind of faculty evaluation: To whom should a teacher be accountable? What criteria should be the touchstones for evaluation? and,…
Descriptors: Accountability, Business Communication, College Faculty, Evaluation Criteria
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Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – Journal of Business Communication, 1988
Describes how letter writing, especially business letters, was influenced by Greek and Roman oral rhetoricians. Discusses three precepts of oral rhetoric--inventio, dispositio, and style--and notes that the classical theories' reflection in written communication can be seen in selected Italian, German, and English epistolographic works. (MM)
Descriptors: Business Correspondence, Letters (Correspondence), Rhetoric, Rhetorical Invention
Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – 1982
Since 1969, the graduate school of business at the University of Michigan has been collecting data on newly promoted executives (chief executive officers, presidents, and vice presidents in business and industry). In 1980, the questionnaire was revised to include more questions concerning their academic preparation for a business career. Responses…
Descriptors: Academic Education, Administrator Characteristics, Administrators, Business Communication
Hildebrandt, Katherine A. – 1982
Focusing on infants' physical attractiveness and behavior, this study explores reasons some infants receive greater amounts and different types of attention from adults than do others. Subjects were observed in 21 groups of three, consisting of one adult and two same-sex infants. Adult subjects were unmarried, childless undergraduate women…
Descriptors: Attention, Bias, Child Caregivers, Day Care
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Hildebrandt, Herbert W. – Journal of Business Communication, 1978
Describes three issues involved in communication research and consulting for multinational companies, particularly those in Germany: qualifications for doing international consulting and research, problems of American scholar-researchers in those firms, and suggestions for dealing with those issues. (JMF)
Descriptors: Business, Business Communication, Communication Problems, Communication Research
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