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curriculum

noun agenda, compendium, course, course of study, discipline, plan, program, prospectus, schedule, seminar, study, syllabus
Associated concepts: continuing legal education
See also: career, discipline, plan, program
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War college curriculum should be organized and developed to advance an officer's knowledge of multiple disciplines as they apply to accomplishing these tasks.
A War College professor has to know, and be able to teach, a wide range of contending theories with respect to the subjects being addressed in the curriculum.
The War College approach is to bundle faculty from disciplines appropriate to the area under examination and ask that the faculty create a curriculum that brings their various disciplines to bear on a specific issue.
This curriculum provides educators with fresh and different examples for teaching the core subjects required by most states.
The curriculum was written by an independent certified crop consultant, Maggie Jones of Lake Crystal, Minn.
She wrote the curriculum and finished it in early 1999.
Accounting practitioners and accounting educators together are reengineering the curriculum.
Curriculum design must have a "customer" focus, recognizing that both students and employers are education's customers.
The AECC believes the 150-hour requirement for future CPAs provides an excellent opportunity for accounting faculties to reexamine the entire curriculum and should result in fundamental changes in the structure and delivery of accounting education from the first course to the last.
The DLAM program harnesses the transformational power of music to help children make a heart connection and become receptive to the lessons offered through the activities in the accompanying curriculum.
The sample included Grade 6 mathematics students attending one middle school involved in a pilot program utilizing integrated mathematics/science curriculum and pedagogy in the urban school district.
A separate, certified teacher who would follow the appropriate Grade 6 science curriculum instructed the science classes for these students.