instruction area

instruction area

[in′strək·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
A section of storage used for storing program instructions.
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Teachers may need to experiment with different seating arrangements; different groups of students and activities lend themselves to varied classroom seating arrangements, The instruction area resembles most classrooms and should encourage student collaboration and provide an area for research.
A large student commons will include the dining area, drama instruction area and library.
Additional enhancements to the PRA include signage and kiosks, benches, designated meeting locations, new washrooms and garbage and recycling receptacles, a perimeter trail for easy access to the surrounding trailheads, a permanent location for the Trail Centre and a designated instruction area for cross-country skiing skills training and small-scale event staging.
The math venue boasts more than 10,000 square feet of space, and is suited for a variety of functions, with sufficient room for a commercial kitchen, instruction area, and rehearsal and meeting space.
This instruction area is designed to enhance leadership and personal and interpersonal skills.
The facility features classrooms and a hands-on instruction area for teaching construction and repairs.
All licences are valid for a year, except for the licence for temporary driving instruction areas, which is valid for no more than six months.
Some schools are creating seated instruction areas within a classroom and sit-standing computer stations in another area or placing them in areas of the room away from the desks, as independent work areas.
The 2011 curriculum, which is carried out in English and which will culminate in a June 9 graduation of this year's intake and the 43 who passed the second programme of 2010, has also been expanded to take in new instruction areas. These include: 'Tourism Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Event Management' and 'Understanding Tourists' both of which will be conducted by Zayed University.
The 2011 curriculum has also been expanded to take in new instruction areas. These include: 'Tourism Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Event Management' and 'Understanding Tourists' both of which will be conducted by Zayed University.
After an introduction outlining the influence of the physical environment on student behavior, the book gives ideas for one-to-one, small group, and full-group instruction areas, transition areas, cool-down or sensory areas, computer and media areas, and the teacher's area.
These areas include exercise yards, recreation areas, workshops, vocational and instruction areas, counseling centers, cafeterias, commissaries, medical facilities, rooms or areas made available to a group of inmates or detainees, as well as visiting areas and cubicles or counters having fixed seats.