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    • Teacher

      A teacher (also called a school teacher or, in some contexts, an educator) is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competences or values. Informally the role of teacher may be taken on by anyone (e.g. when showing a colleague how to perform a specific task). In some countries, teaching young people of schoo ... Read »


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    • Academic discipline

    • An academic discipline or academic field is a branch of knowledge. It incorporates expertise, people, projects, communities, challenges, studies, inquiry, and research areas that are strongly associated with a given scholastic subject area or college department. For example, the branches of science are commonly referre ... Read »


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    • Advanced Skills Teacher

    • Advanced Skills Teacher is a role in a maintained school in England and Wales. Advanced Skills Teachers are judged through external assessment against a range of criteria to demonstrate excellent classroom teaching practice. They are employed in Advanced Skills Teacher posts in roles which include an element of work de ... Read »


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    • Alternative teacher certification

    • Alternative teacher certification is a process by which a person is awarded a teaching license even though that person has not completed a traditional teacher certification program. In the US, traditional teacher certification is earned through completing a bachelor's or master's degree in education, taking standardize ... Read »


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    • Assessment for learning

    • In classrooms where assessment for learning is practised, students are encouraged to be more active in their learning and associated assessment. The ultimate purpose of assessment for learning is to create self-regulated learners who can leave school able and confident to continue learning throughout their lives. Teach ... Read »


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    • Assistant teacher

    • Assistant teachers are additional teachers assisting a primary teacher, often in the same classroom. An example of the use of assistant teachers is the German assistant teacher programme of the Educational Exchange Service. British schools employ teaching assistants, who are not qualified teachers, and as such, are g ... Read »


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    • Beehive Design Collective

    • The Beehive Design Collective

      The Beehive Design Collective is a volunteer-driven non-profit arts organization that uses graphical media as educational tools to communicate stories of resistance to corporate globalization. The purpose of the group, based in Machias, Maine, is to "'Cross-pollinate the grassroots" by creating collaborative, anti-cop ... Read »


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    • Bullying in teaching

    • School teachers are commonly the subject of bullying but they are also sometimes the originators of bullying within a school environment. When an adult bullies a child, it is referred to as psychological, emotional or verbal abuse. According to the American Psychological Association, it is as harmful as sexual or physi ... Read »


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    • Classwide Peer Tutoring

    • Classwide Peer Tutoring (CWPT) is a variation of peer-mediated instruction that has been used in elementary, middle school, and high school classrooms. In CWPT students form pairs and take turns in the roles of tutor and student. Students earn points for their teams by participating in the tutoring and the winning team ... Read »


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    • Co-teaching

    • Co-teaching is when two educators work together to plan, organize, instruct and make assessments on the same group of students, sharing the same classroom. This approach can be seen in several ways. Teacher candidates who are learning to become teachers are asked to co-teach with experienced associate teachers, whereby ... Read »


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    • Concourse Program at MIT

    • The Concourse Program is a freshman learning community at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Concourse admits up to fifty select MIT freshmen a year who are interested in understanding the breadth of human knowledge and the larger context of their science and engineering studies. Concourse has been recogn ... Read »


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    • Copybook (education)

    • A copybook, or copy book is a book used in education that contains examples of handwriting and blank space for learners to imitate. Typical uses include teaching penmanship and arithmetic to students. A page of a copy book typically starts with a copybook heading: a printed example of what should be copied, such as a ... Read »


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    • Deaf education

    • Deaf education is the education of students with any manner of hearing impairment which addresses their differences and individual needs. This process involves individually-planned, systematically-monitored teaching methods, adaptive materials, accessible settings and other interventions designed to help students achie ... Read »


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    • Didaskalogenic

    • Given their inherently abstract nature, many scientific concepts, such as Newton's laws of motion, directly conflict a "working" and immediate understanding of the world. Where this is the case, such conceptual conflicts can give rise to serious obstacles to students' acceptance and understanding of scientific ideas. I ... Read »


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    • Differentiated instruction

    • Differentiated instruction and assessment (also known as differentiated learning or, in education, simply, differentiation) is a framework or philosophy for effective teaching that involves providing different students with different avenues to learning (often in the same classroom) in terms of: acquiring content; proc ... Read »


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    • Discipline (academia)

    • An academic discipline or academic field is a branch of knowledge. It incorporates expertise, people, projects, communities, challenges, studies, inquiry, and research areas that are strongly associated with a given academic discipline. For example, the branches of science are commonly referred to as the scientific dis ... Read »


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    • Educator effectiveness

    • Educator effectiveness is a K-12 school system education policy initiative that measures the quality of a educator performance in terms of improving student learning. It describes a variety of methods, such as observations, student assessments, student work samples and examples of teacher work, that education leaders u ... Read »


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    • Effective schools

    • "Effective Schools" is both an educational movement and body of research which examines school-based factors which positively influence learning outcomes in K-12 schools. Effective schools research has been widely adopted by school districts worldwide. Early research into the essential qualities of successful scho ... Read »


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    • Experimental Study Group

    • The Experimental Study Group (ESG) describes itself as a freshman learning community at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It was created in 1969 by Professor George Valley to explore alternative teaching and learning methods in a small group setting at MIT. Students in ESG take their courses through a combina ... Read »


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    • The First Year Experience Program

    • The First-Year Experience (FYE) (also known as the Freshman-Year Experience or the Freshman Seminar Program) is a program at many American colleges and universities designed to help students prepare for the transition from high school to college. FYE programs often foster the participation of students in co-curricular ... Read »


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    • Flex model of learning

    • The flex model is a method of teaching for students who are non-traditional learners. Learning material and instructions are given online and the lessons are self-guided. The teacher is available on-site. The students work independently and learn to develop and create new concepts in a digital environment. They work in ... Read »


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    • Gamification of learning

    • The gamification of learning is an educational approach to motivate students to learn by using video game design and game elements in learning environments. The goal is to maximize enjoyment and engagement through capturing the interest of learners and inspiring them to continue learning.Gamification, broadly defined, ... Read »


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    • Harkness table

    • The Harkness table, Harkness method, or Harkness discussion is a teaching and learning method involving students seated in a large, oval configuration to discuss ideas in an encouraging, open-minded environment with only occasional or minimal teacher intervention. The method is in use at many American boarding schools ... Read »


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    • Homework coach

    • An homework coach is a category of tutor whose mission is to help a student's overall academic success as opposed to providing remedial instruction in a specific subject. A parent might hire a homework coach when their child is struggling in school not because they have difficulties with the academic material but becau ... Read »


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    • Independent reading

    • Independent reading is a term used in educational settings, where students are involved in choosing and reading material (fiction books, non-fiction, magazine, other media) for their independent consumption and enjoyment. Students that read independently have an emphasized creative choice in what they want to read and ... Read »


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    • Instructional simulation

    • An instructional simulation, also called an educational simulation, is a simulation of some type of reality (system or environment) but which also includes instructional elements that help a learner explore, navigate or obtain more information about that system or environment that cannot generally be acquired from mere ... Read »


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    • Interactive Learning

    • Interactive Learning is a pedagogical approach that incorporates social networking and urban computing into course design and delivery. Interactive Learning has evolved out of the hyper-growth in the use of digital technology and virtual communication, particularly by students. Beginning around 2000, students entering ... Read »


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    • Interdisciplinary teaching

    • Interdisciplinary teaching is a method, or set of methods, used to teach a unit across different curricular disciplines. For example, the seventh grade Language Arts, Science and Social Studies teachers might work together to form an interdisciplinary unit on rivers. The local river system would be the unifying idea, ... Read »


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    • Inventive spelling

    • Inventive spelling (sometimes invented spelling) is the use of unconventional spellings of words. Conventional written English is not phonetic (that is, it is not written as it sounds, due to the history of its spelling, which led to outdated, unintuitive, misleading or arbitrary spelling conventions and spellings of ... Read »


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    • Keller Plan

    • The Keller Plan, also called the Personalized System of Instruction (PSI), was developed by Fred S. Keller with J. Gilmour Sherman, Carolina Bori, and Rodolpho Azzi in the middle 1960s as an innovative method of instruction for the then-new University of Brasília. PSI was conceived of as an application of Skinner's ... Read »


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    • Lecture

    • A lecture (from the French 'lecture', meaning 'reading' [process]) is an oral presentation intended to present information or teach people about a particular subject, for example by a university or college teacher. Lectures are used to convey critical information, history, background, theories, and equations. A politic ... Read »


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    • Lesson

    • A lesson is a structured period of time where learning is intended to occur. It involves one or more students (also called pupils or learners in some circumstances) being taught by a teacher or instructor. A lesson may be either one section of a textbook (which, apart from the printed page, can also include multimedia) ... Read »


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    • Lesson plan

    • A lesson plan is a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction, or 'learning trajectory' for a lesson. A daily lesson plan is developed by a teacher to guide class learning. Details will vary depending on the preference of the teacher, subject being covered, and the needs of the students There may be re ... Read »


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    • LIFO (education)

    • Last in First Out (LIFO) (or otherwise known as "Last One Hired is the First One Fired" is a policy often used by school districts and other employers to prioritize layoffs by seniority. Under LIFO layoff rules, junior teachers and other employees lose their jobs before senior ones. Laying off junior employees first is ... Read »


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    • Literature circle

    • A literature circle is equivalent of an adult book club, but with greater structure, expectation and rigor. The aim is to encourage thoughtful discussion and a love of reading in young people. The true intent of literature circles is "to allow students to practice and develop the skills and strategies of good readers" ... Read »


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    • LogoVisual thinking

    • LogoVisual thinking (also LogoVisual technology and LVT) is a practical methodology that helps people think. It is used by management teams, project leaders, teachers and students as a means of tapping the diversity of groups and enabling many people to participate in effective thinking processes. It makes thinking vis ... Read »


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    • Main lesson

    • Main lesson or main lesson block refers to a subject lesson or topic that is taught more intensely for a period of several (often three or four) weeks. The main lesson period is usually the first period of the day and typically lasts 100 to 120 minutes. The topic of the main lesson is taught daily during that period b ... Read »


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    • McCrone Agreement

    • The McCrone Agreement (A Teaching Profession for the 21st Century: Agreement reached following recommendations made in the McCrone Report) is an agreement about Scottish teachers' pay and conditions. The agreement, under the Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition government in 2001, followed an independent committee of inqu ... Read »


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    • Microlecture

    • The term microlecture is not used here to refer to microcontent for microlearning, but to actual instructional content that is formatted for online and mobile learning using a constructivist approach. More specifically, as described in the Chronicle of Higher Education, these are approximately 60 second presentations w ... Read »


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    • Movement in learning

    • Movement in learning is a teaching method based on the concept that humans learn better through . This teaching method can be applied to students, who should have the opportunity throughout a class period to move around to take "brain breaks" to refocus their attention so they can learn new material. Brain research sug ... Read »


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    • Music lesson

    • Music lessons are a type of formal instruction in playing a musical instrument or singing. Typically, a student taking music lessons meets a music teacher for one-on-one training sessions ranging from 30 minutes to one hour in length over a period of weeks or years. For vocal lessons, teachers show students how to sit ... Read »


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    • New Teacher Center

    • The New Teacher Center (NTC) is a national non-profit organization in the U.S. dedicated to strengthening the practice of beginning teachers. The NTC conducts research, develops and administers induction and mentoring programs for new teachers and school administrators, and consults with organizations, educational lead ... Read »


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    • Object lesson

    • An object lesson is a teaching method that consists of using a physical object or visual aid as a discussion piece for a lesson. The object lesson approach is promoted in the educational philosophy of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, who held that teaching should begin with observation of objects which help students recogn ... Read »


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    • Open learning

    • Open learning is an innovative movement in education that emerged in the 1970s and evolved into fields of practice and study. The term refers generally to activities that either enhance learning opportunities within formal education systems or broaden learning opportunities beyond formal education systems. Open learnin ... Read »


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    • Parents bullying teachers

    • School teachers are commonly the subject of bullying but they are also sometimes the originators of bullying within a school environment. When an adult bullies a child, it is referred to as psychological, emotional, or verbal abuse. According to the American Psychological Association, it is as harmful as sexual or phys ... Read »


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    • Pre-assessment

    • Pre-assessment is a test students can take before a new unit to find out what the students need more instruction on and what they may already know. Pre-assessment is a way to save teachers time within the classroom while teaching new material. It is a great way to find out more about the students, what they are interes ... Read »


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    • Principles of learning

    • Educational psychologists and pedagogues have identified several principles of learning, also referred to as laws of learning, which seem generally applicable to the learning process. These principles have been discovered, tested, and used in practical situations. They provide additional insight into what makes people ... Read »


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    • Public lecture

    • A public lecture is one means employed for educating the public in the arts and sciences. The Royal Institution has a long history of public lectures and demonstrations given by prominent experts in the field. In the 19th century, the popularity of the public lectures given by Sir Humphry Davy at the Royal Institution ... Read »


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    • Rajeswari Sunder Rajan

    • Rajeswari Sunder Rajan (born 1950) an Indian feminist scholar is a professor in English and author of several books on issues related to feminism and gender. Her research interest has covered many subjects such as of the pre and post colonial period, Indian English writing, gender and cultural issues related to South A ... Read »


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    • Recitation

    • A recitation in a general sense is the act of reciting from memory, or a formal reading of verse or other writing before an audience. In academia, recitation is a presentation made by a student to demonstrate knowledge of a subject or to provide instruction to others. In some academic institutions the term is used ... Read »


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    • Research-informed teaching

    • Research-informed Teaching refers to the practice of linking research with teaching in Higher Education. Most universities in the world are organised into teaching and research divisions. Professors and lecturers will normally be contracted to do both and, in theory at least, course syllabi are structured around the te ... Read »


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    • Reverse jigsaw

    • This is one of the newest methods created by Timothy Hedeen under the cooperative learning techniques used in classroom settings. It follows the same principle as the original Jigsaw method. The jigsaw technique in the cooperative learning methods uses a small group structure to facilitate group discussion through ... Read »


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    • Scene study

    • Scene study is a technique used to teach acting. One or more actors perform a dramatic scene and are then offered feedback from teachers, classmates, or each other. Scene Study is a very broad description for an acting class that will vary depending on the teacher or school that teaches it. Its foundation is in the pe ... Read »


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    • Scheme of work

    • In the UK, a scheme of work is a guideline that defines the structure and content of an academic course. It maps out clearly how resources (e.g. books, equipment, time) and class activities (e.g. teacher-talk, groupwork, practicals, discussions) and assessment strategies (e.g. tests, quizzes, Q&A, homework) will be use ... Read »


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    • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

    • The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL or SoTL; pronounced /sˈɔtl/ or /sˈɔtəl/) is a growing movement in post-secondary education. SOTL is scholarly inquiry into student learning which advances the practice of teaching by making inquiry findings public. SOTL necessarily builds on many past tradi ... Read »


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    • Rolf Schulmeister

    • Rolf Schulmeister (born May 16, 1943 in Hamburg), German educator and professor of education in the University of Hamburg. In 1963-1969 Rolf Schulmeister studied German and English philology and philosophy. In 1969, he obtained the Doctor of Philosophy academic degree. In 1969 he heads the conference of education in M ... Read »


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    • Shared reading

    • Shared reading is an instructional approach in which the teacher explicitly models the strategies and skills of proficient readers. In Brenda Parkes' text, Read It Again!, a guide for teachers to do shared reading in the classroom, the first chapter asks, What is Shared Reading? She then answers the question by writin ... Read »


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    • Supplemental instruction

    • Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support model developed by Dr. Deanna Martin at the University of Missouri–Kansas City (UMKC) in 1973 that uses peer-assisted study sessions to improve student retention and success within targeted historically difficult courses. The SI program provides peer support by ... Read »


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    • Teach: Tony Danza

    • Teach: Tony Danza

      Teach: Tony Danza is an American reality show about actor Tony Danza becoming a tenth-grade English teacher at Northeast High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the 2009–2010 school year. The show premiered October 1, 2010 on A&E. Filming took place predominantly during the first semester of the school y ... Read »


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    • Teacher in role

    • Teacher in role is a method of teaching that utilizes techniques of drama to facilitate education. It is a holistic teaching method designed to integrate critical thought, examination of emotion and moral values and factual data to broaden the learning experience and make it more relevant to everyday life situations. ... Read »


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    • Teacher quality assessment

    • Teacher quality assessment commonly includes reviews of qualifications, tests of teacher knowledge, observations of practice, and measurements of student learning gains. Assessments of teacher quality are currently used for policymaking, employment and tenure decisions, teacher evaluations, merit pay awards, and as dat ... Read »


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    • Teacher retention

    • Teacher retention is a field of education research that focuses on how factors such as school characteristics and teacher demographics affect whether teachers stay in their schools, move to different schools, or leave the profession before retirement. The field developed in response to a perceived shortage in the educa ... Read »


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    • Teacher tenure reform (United States)

    • Teacher tenure is a policy that restricts the ability to fire teachers, requiring a "just cause" rationale for firing. The individual states each have established their own tenure systems. Tenure provides teachers with protections by making it difficult to fire teachers who earn tenure. Many states are focusing on tenu ... Read »


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    • Teachers TV

      TV: 31 August 2010 Teachers TV was a website and former free-to-air distance education television channel which provided video and support materials for those who work in education in the UK, including teachers, school leaders, governors, teacher trainers, student teachers and support staff. Its aims included raising ... Read »


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    • Teaching abroad

    • Teaching abroad is a catch phrase used in first world countries for temporary teaching assignments outside of the teacher's home country. There are many different programs that exist to help people to teach abroad. Three often-used paths for American teachers are teaching at a Department of Defense school, teachin ... Read »


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    • Teaching and learning center

    • Teaching and learning centers are independent academic units within colleges and universities that exist to provide support services for faculty, to help teaching faculty to improve their teaching and professional development. They may also provide learning support services for students, and other services, depending o ... Read »


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    • Teaching and Learning Research Programme

    • The Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) was the United Kingdom's largest investment in education research. It was initiated in 2000, ended in 2011 and was managed on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Councils by the Economic and Social Research Council . The programme engaged 700 researchers in some 70 ... Read »


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    • Teaching credential

    • A United States teaching credential is a basic multiple or single subject credential obtained upon completion of a bachelor's degree, from a college or university that holds regional accreditation, and prescribed professional education requirements. Teaching credentials are required in the United States in order to qua ... Read »


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    • Teaching method

    • A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used for instruction to be implemented by teachers to achieve the desired learning by students. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner. For a particular teaching method to be appropriate and eff ... Read »


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    • Teaching philosophy

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      Teach. Philos. Discipline Philosophy, education Language English Edited by Michael Cholbi Publication details Publisher
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    • Teaching Philosophy  

      Teaching Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy, that is philosophy education. Established by Arnold Wilson in 1975, it has published over 2,500 articles and reviews in this field. Notable contributors include Norman Bowie, ... Read »


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    • Teaching Philosophy

    • Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
      Teach. Philos. Discipline Philosophy, education Language English Edited by Michael Cholbi Publication details Publisher
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      1975–present Frequency Quarterly Indexing ISSN 0145-5788 (print)
      2153-6619 (web)
      LCCN 76-649637 OCLC no.
    • Teaching Philosophy  

      Teaching Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy, that is philosophy education. Established by Arnold Wilson in 1975, it has published over 2,500 articles and reviews in this field. Notable contributors include Norman Bowie, ... Read »


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    • Technology-enhanced active learning

    • Technology-enhanced active learning, or TEAL, is a new method of teaching pioneered at MIT as an alternative to the traditional style of lecture halls. It is currently in use at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, North Carolina State University, University of Colorado, Harvard University, and the University of Maryl ... Read »


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    • Testerian catechisms

    • The Testerian catechisms (Spanish: Catecismos testerianos) are religious documents used in the evangelization of the New Spain. They explain the Catholic doctrine through images based on indigenous conventions prior to the Conquest of Mexico and western Spanish writing and other languages. These documents were an attem ... Read »


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    • François Thibaut


    • Think-pair-share

    • Think-pair-share is a collaborative teaching strategy first proposed by Frank Lyman of the University of Maryland in 1981. It can be used to help students form individual ideas, discuss and share with the others in-group. It can be used before reading or teaching a concept and works better with smaller groups. In ... Read »


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    • Three-part lesson

    • A three-part lesson is an inquiry-based learning method used to teach mathematics in K–12 schools. The three-part lesson has been attributed to John A. Van de Walle, a mathematician at Virginia Commonwealth University. The purpose is to cognitively prepare students for the math lesson by having them think ab ... Read »


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    • Training system

    • A training system is a group or family of coursework that will achieve a stated series of training objectives. A training system typically employs a syllabus or similar document that specifies and outlines the coursework to be followed. A training system may also incorporate a training manual that may serve as a guide, ... Read »


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    • Tutor

    • A tutor is an instructor who gives private lessons. Shadow education is a name for private supplementary tutoring that is offered outside the mainstream education system. Normally, a tutor will help a student who is struggling in a subject of some sort. Also, a tutor may be provided for a student who wants to learn at ... Read »


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    • Tutor expertise in adult education

    • Tutor expertise in adult education, through the use of content and process experts, is important in the successful delivery of adult education. Each has a specific role and a particular set of attributes which they bring to the classroom. Content experts are those who are well acquainted with the subject. Either throug ... Read »


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    • Tutorial system

    • At Cambridge University, Oxford University and the New College of the Humanities, undergraduates and some graduates (e.g. BCL and MJur students at Oxford University) participate in the tutorial system in addition to attending lectures and classes. Students are taught by faculty fellows in groups of one to three on a we ... Read »


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    • Tutoring agency

    • A tutoring agency is a business that acts as an intermediary between people who are looking for tutors and tutors wishing to offer their services. The term tuition agency is an alternative term, used specifically in Singapore and Malaysia. Tutoring agencies are commercial organisations, specializing in introducing ... Read »


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    • Twinkl Educational Publishing

    • Twinkl Educational Publishing

      Twinkl Educational Publishing is an online educational publishing house, producing teaching materials. Headquartered in Sheffield, United Kingdom., Twinkl was founded by Jonathan Seaton and Susie Seaton. Twinkl was founded in February 2010 in order to provide educational materials to teachers. The site was initial ... Read »


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    • Value-added modeling

    • Value-added modeling (also known as value-added analysis and value-added assessment) is a method of teacher evaluation that measures the teacher's contribution in a given year by comparing the current test scores of their students to the scores of those same students in previous school years, as well as to the scores o ... Read »


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    • World Teachers' Day


    • Writing about Writing

    • Writing about Writing (WAW), is a method or theory of teaching composition which puts emphasis on reading and writing about writing in the writing course, and reimagines first-year composition as an "introduction to writing studies." This is not to say WAW only teaches a first-year writing course as if it were an intro ... Read »


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