teach-by-doing

teach-by-doing

[¦tēch ·bī ′dü·iŋ]
(control systems)
A method of programming a robot in which the operator guides the robot through its intended motions by holding it and performing the work.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Their responses varied from 'teaching' (over 90 per cent) and 'classroom management', followed by a clutch of fashionable terminology picked up during other teacher-training events, eg 'teach-by-doing', 'project-oriented', 'child-centred teaching', 'make students feel better about themselves' ...
We returned to Prince William Sound in June of the same year aboard the University of Alaska's 140-foot research vessel Alpha Helix, led by my mentor, Professor John Oliver, known as "the galactic wizard," the archetype of "can do" biologists, and a true underwater naturalist with a teach-by-doing philosophy.