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Socratic

of or relating to Socrates, the Athenian philosopher (?470--399 bc), his methods, etc.
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SOCRATIC

An early interactive learning system (not a language(?)) developed at Bolt, Beranek & Newman.

[Sammet 1969, p. 702].
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A Socratic seminar (in U-46 being organized as "cafes" for 2019) is a collaborative, intellectual dialogue facilitated with open-ended questions about a text and/or topic.
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Commenting on his experience thus far, Sargent remarked, "I am very impressed by the students because of their intelligence, training, and curiosity, in class we have mostly been using a `reverse Socratic method'.
As intimated in the title, the essays range from Socratic dialogue to meditations on the development of strategy in air, space, and cyberspace.
The interpretive Socratic design of care for the soul concentrates the normative matter of comprehending and constituting the ethical life.
Contributing to the resurgence of interest in Socrates and Socratic dialogue in the 21st century, classical scholars discuss around Socrates, the immediate Socratic circle, Plato, Xenophon, and later reception.
"Compassionate Critical Thinking: How Mindfulness, Creativity, Empathy, and Socratic Questioning Can Transform Teaching by Ira Rabois (recently retired from the Lehman Alternative Community School, a public secondary school in Ithaca, NY, where he taught English, Philosophy, History, Drama, Karate, and Psychology for 27 years) demonstrates how to use mindfulness with instructional effectiveness to increase student participation and decrease classroom stress, and it turns the act of teaching into a transformational practice.
Many moral philosophers tend to construe the aims of ethics as the interpretation and critique of "commonsense morality." This approach is defended by Henry Sidgwick in his influential The Methods of Ethics and presented as a development of a basically Socratic idea of philosophical method.
Thus, an integral part of the performance is the open discussion with the audience that follows which focuses on political and philosophical issues underlying Socratic thought, touching at the same time on important issues of today.
He broke his philosophy down into three areas--servant's heart, bedside manner, and Socratic mindset.
Online research pioneer Socratic Technologies, Inc.
Socratic methods are not the common genre of instruction, but they warrant mention as we proceed with instruction in classrooms and other environments that are not attached to simulation.