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Batman : The Black Glove (Batman) (Deluxe)
Batman : The Black Glove (Batman) (Deluxe)
出版社 : Dc Comics
出版年月 : 2012/06
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781401233365

BookWeb価格 : S$ 49.97
会員価格 : S$ 44.97

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言語 : English

Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A23430000
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Cataloging Adult Inventory Demand (Internal Use For Cataloging Services)
Fast Facts - July 2012 #3

Batman receives the shock of his life when he discovers that he has a son, Damian! After violent conflict with Robin and Damian, Batman must teach his son what it means to carry the legacy of Gotham's Dark Knight. Meanwhile, mysterious Batman imposters begin to appear on the streets of Gotham. One of these imposters begins to kill cops, working his way towards Police Commissioner Jim Gordon. But after failing in his pursuit and being captured, Batman falls into a coma and his mind flashes back to a defining adventure in the life of a young Bruce Wayne...the hunt for his parents' killer!selection, implementation and evaluation - and then provides opportunities for students to practise these steps through "Power Builder" exercises that enhance their creative thinking and problem-solving skills. Throughout, the book emphasizes the design of highly accurate interventions for therapists to implement precise services with goals which are collaborative and evidence-based, relative to the client's personal skills, knowledge and experiences. The summary chapter, "You Are What You Do", challenges readers to think about what kind of occupational therapist they want to be.

Section 1 Becoming a designer of therapeutically powerful occupationswelcome to occupation by design; the creative process of designing occupations. Section 2 Designing for appeal - pleasure, productivity and restoration in occupations: the notion of balance; productivity in occupation; pleasure in occupations; restoration in occupations; does the intervention appeal?; designing with productivity, pleasure and restoration. Section 3 Designing for intactness - the spatial, temporal and sociocultural dimensions: the evolution of today's occupational patterns; the spatial dimension of occupation; the temporal dimension of occupation; the sociocultural dimension of occupation; intactness - designing with context. Section 4 Designing for accuracy - elements of the occupational design process: a study of occupation-based practice; therapist design skill; collaborative occupational goal generation; precision fit of intervention to goal; accuracy - the art of great therapy. Section 5 Conclusion: you are what you do. Appendices: cases; recommended narratives of disability; recommended narratives of occupational experience.