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Japanese Print Sizes Japanese prints come in different sizes following certain standards. However these formats are not comparable to Western ISO, ANSI or DIN standards and are only approximate. The actual sizes can vary slightly by up to one inch (oban) or more (larger formats). First Publication: June 2001 Latest Update: May 2013 Common Japanese Print Sizes The most common print sizes that you will find for Japanese prints are Oban, Chuban and Aiban. Publishing a table about Japanese print sizes is a frustrating matter. Other Pages Related to Print Sizes Author: Dieter Wanczura.. more about Dieter Wanczura Literature source for Japanese Print Sizes Sandra Andacht, "Japanese Woodblock Prints - Collector's Value Guide", krause publications, Iola, ISBN 1-58221-005-5. The images on this web site are the property of the artist(s) and or the artelino GmbH and/or a third company or institution. Become a Regular Client of artelino Auctions

Asian Educational Media Service The Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation The 21 Steps to 21st Century Learning framework is a guide for schools and school districts as they envision, plan, implement, evaluate and expand 1:1 learning in their schools. It has been more than two decades since the first 1:1 initiative began. In that time, thousands of schools and millions of students have been involved in 1:1 pilots or full-scale implementations. Much has been written about the benefits of 1:1 and its potential to create a revolution in when, where, what, and how students learn. But to create a true learning revolution we must do more than just provide all students with their own personal computers. We must explore ways in which 1:1 makes it possible to profoundly impact the learning opportunities for young people. A 1:1 initiative can help lay the foundation on which new learning dynamics can be built. THE 21 STEPS TO 21st CENTURY LEARNING PHASES The 21 Steps to 21st Century Learning are divided into two main phases. Part 2: Implementation (Steps 12-21)

Global Competency | Asia Society Students can: Generate and explain the significance of locally, regionally or globally focused researchable questions. Identify, collect and analyze the knowledge and evidence required to answer questions using a variety of international sources, media and languages. Weigh, integrate and synthesize evidence collected to construct coherent responses that is appropriate to the context of issues or problems. Develop an argument based on compelling evidence that considers multiple perspectives and draws defensible conclusions. Students can: Recognize and articulate one’s own perspective on situations, events, issues or phenomena and identify the influences on that perspective. Articulate and explain perspectives of other people, groups or schools of thought and identify the influences on those perspectives. Explain how the interaction of ideas across cultures influences the development of knowledge and situations, events, issues or phenomena.

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