pedagogically


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in a didactic manner

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In the 21st century and nearly 50 years after its inception, the ASRC remains committed to continuing academic innovation in this field and to remaining at its forefront theoretically and pedagogically, while sustaining its ongoing commitments to activism and community engagement.
The school plans on reforming its four-year curriculum structurally, pedagogically, and philosophically.
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iPhone advertising as an example of the medieval "presumption of novelties") are pedagogically engaging.
Pedagogically, this is a nice collection of rhythmic, intervallic, and expressive challenges, great for high school or good middle school level players, and the piano part is equally accessible.
When the CC policy came under scrutiny in the 2013-2014 academic year, I, the untenured WPA, advocated eliminating the CC policy altogether under the rationale that it was pedagogically unsound and had not been updated to reflect the standards and research of the discipline of Composition and Rhetoric.
An approach that merges the two disciplines pedagogically is needed.
Students in higher education are being taught pedagogically.
Salaries and evaluations are exclusively tied to the results of Common Core tests; hence, no facilitator will dare introduce actual pedagogically based learning materials.
These depictions applied pedagogically provide a point of justification for the anatomic scrutiny of the pediatric larynx.
Comprehensive in its coverage, this text is a full-scale, pedagogically rich introduction to fundamental ideas and procedures in epidemiology.
These changes were met with harsh criticism from education experts and child psychiatrists, who warned that children under the age of 72 months were not pedagogically ready to attend primary school.
Rather than focusing on control and order, teachers should promote classroom discourse that is pedagogically relevant to students and taps into out-of-school time (OST) learning.
From a preliminary look at the Class VIII book, one can tell that pedagogically it does not follow the NCF.
But what's the truth about this pedagogically popular adjective?