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Synonyms for didactic

Synonyms for didactic

teaching morality

inclined to teach or moralize excessively

Synonyms for didactic

instructive (especially excessively)

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The results further suggest that it is possible to provide a good didactic quality, provided that such a learning unit makes use of the advantages that elearning can offer, such as the use of multimedia and elaborate interactive elements, and the possibility to learn anytime and anywhere.
Lee Siegel, who teaches literature and is critical of the didactic use of stories and poems, writes in his review of A Call to Character.
Training opportunities should include the self-instructional mode, short didactic and clinical participation courses and long-term training of 6 months and longer for the dental professional who wishes to dedicate his or her career to special patient care.
Festo Didactic leased 607 Industrial Way West for five years.
He also explores how concepts of adult learning can be used to address didactic challenges.
This article describes implementation of an online learning tool designed to complement traditional didactic teaching.
Geared towards a predominately 'tween female-audience with an emphasis on math and science, this book comes across as smart rather than didactic or pedantic.
Military Academy) presents Teaching Terror: Strategic And Tactical Learning In The Terrorist World, an anthology of serious and didactic essays by a wide selection of scholarly authors compiling knowledge about terrorist organizations - specifically, about how they are taught and self-taught.
However, the transformations inflicted on learning materials in Story Study Print show that Oppenheim is aware of--and distrustful of--the didactic element in her own practice.
Briefly touching upon many variants of Christianity from Catholicism to Pentecostalism to Mormonism, A Handbook of the Christian Faith is at heart a didactic and instructional text, enthusiastically recommended to anyone looking for a solid overview of what Christianity is all about.
The selected candidates enter into a multiyear, progressive training program designed to minimize didactic training time and maximize hands-on clinical competencies.
This is not great literature but is a useful didactic devise, a relatively painless way to get readers to think like first-century Christians.
Letter 38, to Jacob Barbireau (7 June 1484), also known as De formando studio, could have value in modern classrooms, not only as a demonstration of Latin style but as an example of the didactic personal essay.
Lawson-Roby's fifth book, A Taste of Reality follows the popular trend of contemporary fiction in that it is easy to read and avoids being overly didactic and preachy.
Staged sci-fi can have that problem: When you put automatons where humans should be, an audience can spend two hours watching didactic robotic behavior.