manual training


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manual training

n.
A course of training to develop manual dexterity in practical arts, such as woodworking or handcrafts.

man′ual train′ing


n.
training in using the hands dexterously in practical arts, as woodworking.
[1875–80, Amer.]
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Their children attended schools especially built for them, and in these schools manual training and applied science were specialized upon.
He advocated for fire drills in schools, free medical examinations of school children, playground activity and cookery and manual training classes.
Woodward implemented the Della Vos' method as a manual training program (Bennett, 1926; Lannie, 1971).
However, there were some parallels within the United States in terms of the use of manual labor and manual training that was used by Americans in their attempt to assimilate Native Americans and African Americans that were similar to how missionary educators educated Hawaiians.
During the pilot project, which could last until the end of this year, drivers will first be trained in the manual training yard, before being familiarised with the smart yard ahead of the yard test.
Before a rat cyborg can be used for navigation, a manual training process is needed to reinforce the desired behaviors (turning left, turning right, and moving forward) by pairing the behaviors with the corresponding electrical stimuli (LEFT, RIGHT, and FORWARD).
Our origins in manual training make us perfect candidates for helping elementary teachers make sense of integrative science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning.
Hanson was a skilled craftsman and lifelong resident of the city of Worcester who graduated from the former Worcester Manual Training School.
Contract award: performance of services in the field of waste disposal of solid and liquid in the team manual training and conference, districts and circuits administered by gddkia road branch in warsaw, broken down into 43 tasks.
While the children did receive manual training, they were also required to abandon their Indian language and spiritual beliefs.
According to the author, who has many years of experience in dental practice, dental training must prioritize the manual training of physical actions; this will reduce fatigue, eyestrain, and repetitive motion injury, create better teamwork, optimize the design of workspaces, improve the patient experience, and save 25% of the dental practice's work time.
Though he was open to integrating manual training in school curriculums, Dewey opposed the dual-track system because he recognised that it would reinforce the inequalities of his time.