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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.
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Together we form the Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance.
THE Arthur Terry School, Sutton Cold-field was designated one of the first one hundred "National Teaching Schools" by the National College in July 2011.
Whitley Bay High School and Shiremoor Primary School in North Tyneside and St Thomas More RC School in Gateshead are among the Government's first teaching schools.
Jane Chan, deputy head, added: "We have a track record of great success; therefore becoming a teaching school has given us the opportunity to continue with this and help others too.
BFET has a Teaching School with a wider alliance of more than forty schools and offers a wide variety of quality training, initial teacher training and research opportunities, working in strong partnerships including local universities.
The schools beat off competition from 1,200 others across the country to be given teaching school status by the National College for School Leadership.
Each will be led by a teaching school and will provide support to all schools in the area, across all areas of maths education, including:
TALENTED young singers from Clutton C of E Primary School descended on Ellesmere Port Civic Hall to take part in the third annual Ignite Music Festival organised by the Ignite Teaching School Alliance.
Contract: teaching school hubs - test and learn phase
The agency participated in cleaning up schools, teaching school authorities and students about disaster-preparedness, and re-painting faded pedestrian lanes in some schools.
? Meet representatives from Salop Teaching School Alliance who deliver teacher training in this area, and find out about their courses and entry requirements.
The High Five Mathematics Student Conference was organised by St Patrick's National Teaching School as part of its school-to-school support programme.

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