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teach

[tēch]
(control systems)
To program a robot by guiding it through its motions, which are then recorded and stored in its computer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I also realize that a community-college compensation package is not as attractive as one for someone who spends several years earning a PhD and teaches at the university level.
In the process they have often found that the exceptions work at least as well as the rule, Such is the case with programs like Teach for America and Troops to Teachers.
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Grade-level teachers, those that do not teach specials (i.e., gym or art) are expected to teach only two to three content areas for two different grades.
This issue of Library Trends includes articles that explore both the theoretical and practical aspects of the use of computers to teach, and not merely to deliver, information.
And yes, the Supreme Court has held, in dicta, that public schools may and probably should teach "about" religion if it is done in an academic, neutral, balanced way.
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This article reports the results of a survey in which workshop administrators describe the skills that they teach their clients, beyond performance of required job tasks, staff members who are responsible for teaching these skills, and the settings in which they are taught.
"My reaction is that the [new] syllabus would be very difficult to teach from a present textbook," says Tucker.
Finally, student perceptions about using PBL to teach exercise physiology, collected on anonymous course evaluations were assessed.
To get faculty tenure at a university, you need a master's degree; however, credentials to teach dance in the public schools (K-12) vary from state to state.
The standards promoted the teaching of evolution but also called on schools to teach that the theory generates "controversy."