instruction time

instruction time

[in′strək·shən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to carry out an instruction having a specified number of addresses in a particular computer.

instruction time

The time in which an instruction is fetched from memory and stored in the instruction register. It is the first half of the instruction cycle.
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The two-way immersion program is a 50-50 model, which means that core academic instruction time is divided equally between languages.
Average daily instruction time in Science and Social Science is almost even compared to the state average, while instruction time in English/Language Arts reportedly exceeds the state average in the sixth (107 minutes compared to 89) and eighth grades (107 minutes compared to 77).
Time used at the expense of actual instruction time.
ensure the occupancy right software providing an assessment based for the microspheres analysis, flow principles, validated the offered test kits analyzer (s) and test the performance of duties associated with the delivery address and the specific use analyzers continuous operability during instruction time available.
Students in the majority of Eugene district schools have not been getting enough class instruction time, most likely for a number of years, district documents show.
The program is taught during the students' physical education course, so their instruction time is not disrupted.
The committee wrote a letter last week requesting narrower language to replace the word "evaluate," arguing it would save valuable instruction time without creating significant instructional problems.
With regard to teachers' average instruction time, Michaelides criticised Kadis for quoting inaccurate figures to argue that average instruction time to 851 hours annually.
Training officers or supervisors conducted the trainings and, due to limited preparation and instruction time, were forced to use outdated PowerPoint presentations.
This translates to an extra seven minutes per hour of engaged instruction time.
In fact, preliminary results show 12 percent greater on-task engagement in classrooms with standing desks, which equates to an extra seven minutes per hour of engaged instruction time, Science Daily reported.
Senior leaders from MSCoE had the opportunity to engage observers-coaches-trainers and to determine which areas of study required more classroom instruction time.

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