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Synonyms for pedagogic

of or relating to pedagogy


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Two innovative approaches to syllabus design which take pedagogic tasks as the main tool of language instruction, that is, procedural and task syllabuses were described.
The inclusion of such material gives the reader excellent support for the various arguments regarding pedagogic styles in medieval and Renaissance education.
The model represents a continuous, repetitive and cyclic process that begins by identifying pedagogic needs to prepare for a course using an SRS.
However, limited attention has been given to the pedagogic changes associated with the transition from play-based programs into formal school classes, and to the shared role of schools and ECEC in meeting all children's individual patterns of progress (Dunlop, 2007; Thorpe et al., 2004).
He said this project complemented the educational and pedagogic policy upon which the plan on education development in Lebanon was set.
Formative assessment is a pedagogic practice that has been the subject of much research and debate, as to how it can be used most effectively to deliver enhanced student learning in the higher education setting.
To this end, we build a framework utilising the concepts of context, mediation and reflexivity, and link them to teacher knowledge and pedagogic action.
"Enough: A Pedagogic Speculation" is an intriguing break down of modern education and needs of the world, offering a perspective on the world that is really quite different than most of the standard trains of thought, urging a society of enough, encouraging individualism and a modern world, and how it works from a personal level to international affairs.
As a teacher of thermodynamics, I not only read with interest the piece on the liquid air engine but decided that an important pedagogic point could be made from it (News, PE February).
Based on a series of monographs commissioned by the Association for the Study of Medical Education, this volume collects various pedagogic principles and methods for teaching medical students in the classroom and the clinic and throughout continuing professional courses.
AaAaAa The grant agreement was signed in Rabat by Morocco's National Education minister Ahmed Akhchichine and Head of the Delegation of the European Commission in Rabat, Eneko Landaburu.AaAaAa The EU donation will enable Morocco guarantee education to all children especially those from poor background, upgrade the teachers' pedagogic skills, reduce the school dropout and promote good governance in schools management.AaAaAa The grant is also destined to back up the efforts made by Morocco for the construction and rehabilitation of schools in rural areas.
Basil Bernstein (1977, 1990/2009, 1996/2000) theorizes how education works as the medium of cultural reproduction by analyzing the nature of pedagogic discourse (see also Apple, 2002; Au, 2008).
Participants of the event are representatives of Confucius Institutes of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and universities-partners of China, including those of Beijing University, Beijing University of languages and culture, Beijing University of external economy and trade, pedagogic university and 18 universities of central, north-eastern, and southern regions of China.
This paper investigates an issue that I call the "pedagogic grammarian's dilemma": the choice facing writers of pedagogic grammars between being specific about grammar and risking being wrong, or hedging and risking being vague, as formulated by Henry Widdowson (1997).
Beyond its clear, concise writing, Essential Epidemiology offers unique pedagogic aids, such as an algorithm to help students identify epidemiologic study designs, a discussion of problems students typically encounter in calculating and interpreting incidence rates, and annotated step-by-step solutions to numerical problems.