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syllabus

1. an outline of a course of studies, text, etc.
2. Brit
a. the subjects studied for a particular course
b. a document which lists these subjects and states how the course will be assessed
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The syllabi are available online on the official website of PEF in the form of circulars.
The participants reviewed suggestions regarding syllabi in the discipline of Humanities and Social Sciences especially Islamic Studies, Pakistan Studies, History, Political Science and Sociology.
The Ministry of Education issued the guidelines for alternative syllabi and enrichment programs for private schools in a directory in 2009.
The first was between the prefaces of the two syllabi to find out the changes to the rationale for the curriculum.
One of the main differences between the two syllabi was the structure of the question papers.
We all believe the decision to shift to a more child-centred holistic education approach is the right one, but the implementation of the change was where problems were encountered," he said, adding that the decision to discontinue is not a collective one as the Millennium School, Dubai, which follows the CBSE-i curriculum as well, will continue under the same syllabi.
Moreover, at the ministry, Badr fired the head of the Syllabi Development Center, Yousri Afifi, for writing books for private publishing houses.
It was a useful and efficient resource for faculty who were trying to create course syllabi that helped students understand how they fit into an active learning environment.
The study analyzed and compared network syllabi according to Course Syllabus Evaluation Rubric to obtain in-depth understanding of basic features and characteristics of networking courses taught.
The relationship between university faculty attitudes concerning student cheating and syllabus statements on academic integrity were evaluated to determine the relationship between faculty attitudes and their actual attempts to deter cheating rates through their syllabi. No relationship was found between attitudes about student cheating and the number of integrity-related syllabus statements, but this lack of relationship demonstrated an important inconsistency between faculty attitudes and behaviors: the amount of cheating that faculty believed happens does not correspond with written guidelines.
Throughout the text, and in the appendix, are examples of syllabi and maps from different disciplines.
BEFORE YOU PREPARE YOUR SYLLABI FOR YOUR NEXT SEMESTER COURSES, I would suggest that you read Monica D'Antonio's lively article in the July 19, 2007 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education ("If Your Syllabus Could Talk," http:// chronicle.com/jobs/news/2007/07/2007071901c/careers.html).