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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Balcones Heights, Texas City Location of Balcones Heights, Texas Coordinates: 29°29′23″N 98°32′53″W / 29.48972°N 98.54806°W / 29.48972; -98.54806Coordinates: 29°29′23″N 98°32′53″W / 29.48972°N 98.54806°W / 29.48972; -98.54806 Country United States State Texas County Bexar Government  • Type Type A General Law  • City Council Mayor Suzanne de Leon Stephen Lara Miguel Valverde Jack Burton Lamar Gillian Charles White  • City Administrator David J. Harris Area  • Total 0.6 sq mi (1.7 km2)  • Land 0.6 sq mi (1.7 km2)  • Water 0.0 sq miRead More →

Conductive pedagogy is pedagogy especially useful for disabled pupils like those with cerebral palsy. The main principles are: Accepting persons the way they are, recognize their qualities, respect their personalities and use the capacity and the power of their own minds.[1] Humans inherit only faculties (dispositions) and these can be influenced by the environment and upbringing.[1] Only persons who strongly believe that people are ‘educable’ can become conductors.[1] The endeavors in the individual to do something represent pedagogic value.[1] One has to be tolerant.[1] A full life requires participation, segregation is unfulfilling.[1] Centered on activities, only in the process of a meaningful activity will organizeRead More →

Margareta Ekström Margareta Ekström (born 1930) is a Swedish poet, novelist, children’s writer, literary critic and film critic. She made her literary debut in 1960 with the short story collection Aftnar i S:t Petersburg.[1] She was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1977. References[edit] ^ Godal, Anne Marit (ed.). “Margareta Ekström”. Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Norsk nettleksikon. Retrieved 6 July 2012.  v t e Dobloug Prize winners Norway 1951: Øverland 1952: Ørjasæter 1953: Reiss-Andersen 1954: Krokann 1955: Wildenvey 1956: Boyson 1957: Vesaas 1958: Falkberget 1959: Sandemose 1960: Vesaas 1961: Larsen 1962: Hagerup 1963: Bruheim 1964: Nedreaas 1965: Borgen 1966: Sande 1967: Skrede 1968: JacobsenRead More →

District 2 of the Virginia Senate is a senatorial district that encompasses parts of the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Portsmouth and part of York County. The current Senator from District 2 is Mamie Locke. Contents 1 Historical boundaries 2 Current boundaries 3 Election history 3.1 Most recent elections 3.1.1 2011 3.2 Previous elections 3.2.1 2007 3.2.2 2003 3.2.3 1999 3.2.4 1995 4 District officeholders 5 References Historical boundaries[edit] From 1940 to 1972, the 2nd Senate District included all of the City of Norfolk, Virginia and was represented by two Senators from 1940 until 1966. As a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling inRead More →

Solitary Man Theatrical release poster Directed by Brian Koppelman David Levien Produced by Moshi Diamont Danny Dimbort Joe Gatta Steven Soderbergh Written by Brian Koppelman Starring Michael Douglas Jenna Fischer Jesse Eisenberg Mary-Louise Parker Imogen Poots Susan Sarandon Danny DeVito Music by Michael Penn Cinematography Alwin H. Küchler Edited by Tricia Cooke Distributed by Millennium Films Smartest Man Productions Release date September 2009 (2009-09) (TIFF) May 7, 2010 (2010-05-07) (United States) Running time 90 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $15 million[1] Box office $5,024,782 Solitary Man is a 2009 American film co-directed by Brian Koppelman and David Levien. The film stars Michael Douglas, Susan Sarandon, Jenna Fischer, JesseRead More →