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didactic

(of works of art or literature) containing a political or moral message to which aesthetic considerations are subordinated
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I argued that considering functional models and the epistemic knowledge attached to gambling mathematics can enable the potential of such knowledge in both didactical interventions and clinical cognitive interventions, with respect to the aim of limiting excessive gambling.
A didactical power of this environment is that its slider-controlled variability of numerical data interactively generates the corresponding solution to a problem, thereby allowing one to formulate an open-ended problem with a reasonable number of correct answers.
Feedback from the students resulted in improvements of the hypervideo system and the enhanced features of the system resulted in better didactical possibilities within the courses.
Didactical methods (expository presentations, discovery learning, cooperative learning, etc.
Being a teacher and in particular being a 'beginning' teacher implies far more than a merely technical set of tasks that can be reduced to effectively applying curriculum knowledge and didactical skills.
Here, the author uses a didactical tool by introducing the half fictitious character of a Cavus, an Ottoman official, who transmitted and enforced sultanic decrees inside the empire and on diplomatic missions abroad.
With frequent references to the correspondence Swiggers pays special attention to Clenardus' didactical concepts.
Thus, for didactical purposes, we shall refer to the proponents of life heteronomy and those of reproductive autonomy respectively as abortion opponents or proponents.
Harry was on a didactical roll, explaining in vivid detail how he and a small band of very brave brothers had started the Mattachine Society in 1950 in Los Angeles--the first ongoing gay organization in the country.
Ratio and proportion: Elementary didactical phenomenology.
The originals, specially assembled here for this event from the CCA, the MOMA, and other venues, have been orchestrated in a didactical and chronological manner to illustrate what Lambert has identified as the four phases of Mies' career in North America.
This proposition is in line with the view by Malan (1999:63), namely that the didactical value of technology as an educational tool must be emphasised and technology itself.