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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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The NSES strongly influences science curricula and incorporates a variety of environmental principles.
Authors such as Glen and Neil Russell (1997); Eddy, Burnett, Spaulding, and Murphy (1997); and Schellenberger, Mechitov, and Olson (1996), have reported on different aspects of cyberspace curricula from countries around the globe.
Carnegie Learning's Cognitive Tutor[R] Algebra I curriculum is one of the only math curricula recognized by the U.
As educators, librarians need to anticipate instructional needs, look for the "teachable moments," work with other professionals to provide effective learning experiences for students and practitioners, and find opportunities to integrate library education into existing curricula and hospital practices and procedures.
Who decides on the curriculum for their masters' programs, where might some curricula work and others not, why is one curriculum chosen over another, and how curriculum is planned and enacted?
This paper will compare both approaches and discuss the expected and unanticipated benefits of using technology to develop curricula and to enhance consensus-building among diverse groups.
The MSF has been developing and maintaining high quality, research-based rider education and training curricula to best meet the safety-related needs and interests of the motorcycling community for more than 33 years.
the leading publisher of research-based math curricula for middle school and high school students, announced today that Miami-Dade County Public Schools has expanded implementations of Carnegie Learning's research-based Cognitive Tutor[R] programs as part of the District's continuing effort to improve student performance.
When examining how students interact with different curricula, it is important to examine affective factors (Chappell, 2003).
Responses to the question, "In what ways are classroom teachers and speech-language pathologists collaborating in order to coordinate the aims of language services with curricula in reading/language arts?
For More Information and Interviews with Students, Teachers, and Administrators in Virtual Schools and Computer Labs Using Web-based Curricula -- Gene Knauer, press relations, OdysseyWare, gknauer@ralphsilverassociates.
This mix of teaching strategies was used in two consecutive core curricula in the first year program, each curriculum having a slight variation in the ordering of planning, teaching, and assessment strategies.