With numerous conflicting narratives regarding Muhammad and his companions from various sources, it was necessary to verify which sources were more reliable. In order to evaluate these sources, various methodologies were developed, such as the " science of biography ", " science of hadith " and " Isnad " chain of transmission. These methodologies were later applied to other historical figures in the Islamic civilization. Famous historians in this tradition include Urwah d.
Big10Professor June 29, at But believe me, it motivates students. June 29, at Mallory Janis Ian Aw, man! That is not fair — I submit helpdesk tickets all the time, and does my tech center give me any badges for my efforts? No, they do not. I only have a bronze, but a friend of mine worked his way up to silver because things kept breaking around him.
Gamification is horrible but it works. Princess Consuela Banana Hammock June 29, at P Beancounter Eric I hope there is a minimum required score before they get the badge, else we are looking at the next thing in participation trophies.
And what happened to the idea that one does assignments because they were assigned? The fact it takes rubbish like this to motivate students is very, very sad. Frozen Ginger June 29, at Shishimai June 29, at 2: College taught me to prioritize, not by giving me 3 things that needed to be done and enough time to do them if I skipped the party, but by giving me 8 things and enough time to do the most important 3 and still sleep, if I planned it right.
Jadelyn June 29, at 2: I just finished my degree and not once did I bother with replying to people on the online discussion board, even though it was required. It was worth spending minutes for 20 points, but it was not remotely worth taking an extra half an hour and expending my mental effort further to add a measly 5 points per week to my scores.
Better that than drop them all. BananaPants June 29, at 4: That said, I need to get at least a B in every course or I have to pay back my employer for the tuition that they kindly pay for me.
I have a 4. June 29, at 6: Jadelyn June 29, at 8: Rana June 29, at June 29, at 7: They were getting burned out racing around trying to do well in classes, their internships, volunteering, and trying to have fun in New York over the summer.
I told them it was okay to get a B in a few things, and to choose specific things to prioritize and put their full mental energy into and other things to fall back on — and it was really just up to them to decide what was priority 1 and what they could deprioritize and do a little less in.
They literally hugged me after that like, giant group hug. No one had ever told them it was okay to be less than perfect. Frozen Ginger June 30, at 8: It will definitely help them in the future. I once had a professor who assigned a 5 page paper to be due next class, as in 2 days later.
Lady, you know literally all of us are taking this as an elective course; what did you think would happen? Anon Professor July 5, at 8: Do you have other priorities at the moment?PREFACE. his seventh edition of Nursing Research: Principles and Methods presents many important changes to this textbook.
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