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- n. The act of individualizing; the state of being individualized.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of individualizing; the state of being individualized; individuation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of individualizing, or the state of being individualized. Also spelled individualisation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. discriminating the individual from the generic group or species
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Many of them could not be raised above the lowest class of common labourers, but by adopting a system of individualization, that is studying each man's natural abilities, we could always arrive at the best results.
The philosophy rests on what Mr. Gardner terms "individualization," getting students to deeply understand a lesson or topic by learning about each of the children's learning styles, and "pluralization," the practice of teaching each subject in a few different ways.
He pointed to her use of the term "individualization," which he'd also found in Alfred Rosenberg's Nazi tome "The Myth of the 20th Century."
To the basic wraparound values that had been established -- family-focused treatment, community-based services, and now interdisciplinary collaboration -- Dennis added the concepts of treatment based on a client's strengths, unconditional care, and "individualization," which required providers to tailor treatment plans to each client's individual needs rather than offer predesigned services.
The third in the DS series, the 'i' stands for "individualization" or "eye" as it alludes to one of the new hardware additions.
There is some, 'individualization' involved even in acute attacks (of Bronchitis) - & no,
"What most people called individualization was that a child with complex emotional needs would get three or four services at a time.
To be used well, time depends on key success factors, including outstanding people both leaders and teachers, diligent use of data to drive individualization and instructional improvement, and a school culture that fosters high expectations and mutual accountability for everyone.
In fact, Goldberg suggests that we see identical processes of individualization in politics and technology.
In a recent report entitled "Leadership 2030," management consultants Hay Group identified six emerging "megatrends" that, they say, are set to shape the new world order over the next 20 years: globalization 2.0, climate change, demographic shifts, individualization, digital lifestyle and work, and technology convergence.