effective instruction

effective instruction

[ə¦fek·tiv in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
The computer instruction that results from changing a basic instruction during program modification. Also known as actual instruction.
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The Hybrid Webinar Service was specifically designed for easy access and effective instruction by utilizing proven Internet Communication Innovation and methodologies.
Apart from building these e-centres to exact standards, they have also been equipped with such facilities as standard computer tables and chairs, monitors, servers, internet modems for wireless connectivity, e-library and e-learning software and BrainFriend software for effective instruction in relevant local curriculum.
Through effective instruction and engaging activities such as wordplay, songs, rhymes and digital games, instructors can ensure that their students learn the phonics skills they need to become proficient readers across all subject areas.
Student success and/or failures are in large part determined by how well teachers provide effective instruction to their students.
I look for new ways to facilitate effective instruction, and having the opportunity to collaborate with individuals across the country seemed like unique way to do that.
Another important topic is addressed in Chapter 7, "Ensuring Effective Instruction.
Essays on the Core Principles of Effective Instruction.
He outlines the most important aspects of assessment for learning, sound grading practices, effective instruction, and positive relationships that teachers should emphasize, and how these ideas can be put into practice at the classroom or school level.
In order to understand the current state of services for English language learners who are also visually impaired, the authors surveyed teachers of students with visual impairments about their experiences in working with students learning English, as well as the strategies they use for providing effective instruction to this group.
The challenge for English teachers in Australia is to deliver effective instruction to multicultural classrooms while adhering to a national policy that values some languages and cultures over others.
Student data may help teachers become aware of an instructional mismatch, but such data often don't help teachers to design more effective instruction.
trainers need to consider the components of effective instruction, the

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