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teach

[tēch]
(control systems)
To program a robot by guiding it through its motions, which are then recorded and stored in its computer.
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At the beginning of the methods course, William (a preservice teacher participant) had devised a plan on how to teach in a manner different from how he had been taught.
One colleague assigns a student to teach a class on all of women's history from Seneca Falls to Roe v.
Given faculty members' unwillingness to share their classroom with their professional colleagues and their emphasis on content, it is not surprising that they are unwilling to share it with someone who is not a kindred spirit and who seeks classroom time to teach about process.
This article reports the results of a survey in which workshop administrators describe the skills that they teach their clients, beyond performance of required job tasks, staff members who are responsible for teaching these skills, and the settings in which they are taught.
My reaction is that the [new] syllabus would be very difficult to teach from a present textbook," says Tucker.
While I'd like to say that happens in very class I teach, I have to admit that it doesn't.
Novelty, energy, spontaneity, economy, variety--these and other qualities we admire in the music we teach and wish for our students' playing may form the core of our own teaching, whereby they are taught more effectively.
In the next pages, you'll meet passionate and committed educators who teach in a variety of venues.
1 -- color) Teachers Dora Alvarez, from left, Norma Mendoza, Coco Mendoza and Rosa Mendoza are sisters who all teach at Canterbury Elementary School in Pacoima.
The next battlegrounds are likely to be North Carolina, where the state Board of Education has already begun reviewing science standards, and Michigan, where two state lawmakers are trying to pass legislation that would require public schools to teach "the theory that life is the result of the purposeful, intelligent design of a Creator" whenever evolution is taught.
The definition of "essential" knowledge or skills is obviously a loose one that can be interpreted in myriad ways and rightly should be different for those wishing to teach younger children or older students.