teaching method

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Synonyms for teaching method

the principles and methods of instruction

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Eleven articles (including the six identified earlier) were selected from the 396 responses based upon the following additional inclusion criteria for this review: a) a psychomotor skill was the focus of the teaching; b) novice nursing students were taught in a skills laboratory; and c) the teaching method was compared with a traditional teaching method and outcome measures were defined.
Leh, Mar 14 (ANI): A primary school at Choglamsar in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir has earned kudos from the authorities as well as parents for the unique teaching methods.
Nevertheless, there is still much to be done with this new and potentially promising teaching method.
i] = the net critical value for the necessary conditions (NC) of the ith teaching method (TM),
Kaz and another colleague, Fumiko Shiraishi, who lectures at the Ruhr University in Bochum in Germany, were in Denbigh this week using a revolutionary teaching method to introduce Popeth Cymraeg tutors to Japanese.
The teaching method was developed for pre-school and infant/toddler centres in Reggio Emilia, a small town in the Emilia Romagna region of northern Italy, after the Second World War.
Because this was the first time the first author implemented these particular teaching methods, it was unclear how students would respond to this method of learning, and whether they would find it to be facilitative or prohibitive.
Dubai: Outdated teaching methods and teacher's poor work conditions are among the big concerns that schools in Dubai face, a report by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) found.
The educational significance of PBL is that it facilitates a much broader type of acquisition and application of knowledge than traditional teaching methods.
Although the existing content is used in the development of the teaching method, the interpretation of the lessons is left to the participating teachers.
The two teaching methods resulted in similar grades on exam questions and final course grades (73.
One Perenchio aide derided English immersion - the most common method used in the United States - as ``an untested teaching method.
That's how Marina Keet describes the international reaction to the Spanish Dance Society syllabus, which refines the components of Spanish dance into a graded teaching method.
We have addressed the former by balancing the courses in the legal studies program according to their dominant academic or professional orientation, and the latter by introducing a "diversity" teaching method, adapted from a proposed approach to first-year law school instruction, to develop the critical thinking skills required of Army officers.
Results indicate that service-learning is introduced to preservice teachers in the majority of teacher education institutions (59%), while 37% prepare their teacher candidates to use service-learning as a teaching method.
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