actual instruction

actual instruction

[′ak·chə·wəl in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
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Time used at the expense of actual instruction time.
Chalk joked, "Our actual instruction was, 'Dress how you would dress if you knew you were going to make out with somebody that night.
The latest education standards--Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards--emphasize assessment for accountability, say Heritage, Walqui, and Linquanti, but do not go deep enough to affect actual instruction.
The regulators say they wants to make sure that any private postsecondary institution that is charging $2,500 or more in tuition to students, and promising some vocational benefit, is offering actual instruction.
His Think System encourages band members to "think" about the notes they want to play and involves no actual instruction.
While, as teacher educators, we may speak to our students about the need to differentiate, this is not followed up in actual instruction, which is not differentiated in the ways that we propose.
Also, by deconstructing the standards, it is possible to develop assessments that are aligned to the Common Core and reflect the teachers' actual instruction.
However, there are few studies which have compared the extent to which various bilingual program models differ in actual instruction delivered.
At this juncture I was a pretty spoiled farmkid, actual instruction was an anathema to me, a process I deemed wimpy, because learning is supposed to bleed.
It means college professors are spending more time on teaching basic elements of financial education that students should already know rather than on the actual instruction of college-level accounting.
What is really interesting is that this trend was observed in courses that did not involve actual instruction.