extracurricular activity

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Noun1.extracurricular activity - educational activities not falling within the scope of the regular curriculumextracurricular activity - educational activities not falling within the scope of the regular curriculum
didactics, education, educational activity, instruction, pedagogy, teaching - the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill; "he received no formal education"; "our instruction was carefully programmed"; "good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded"
dramatics - participation in theatrical productions as an extracurricular activity
athletics - participation in sports events as an extracurricular activity
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The CEO added that these LCDs would be linked with the District Education Authority's main complex from where the senior officials will directly control the LCDs airing the specially designed programmes about the lessons of the Holy Quran, lectures on Islamic Teachings, cleanliness of the students and schools , good performance of the schools in curriculum and extracurriculum activities, interview of brilliant students and lectures by teachers.
For more on the "pedagogy of the extracurriculum" (Hesse and Sandy 124), see also Bamberg, Ward and Perry, and Weiser.
"There is nothing extra about the extracurriculum whether schools are rich or poor, public or private, large or small," the authors write.
He mentioned the facilities of wellequipped classrooms, labs, hostels, research, 24hour clinical services, poultry and breeding farms, etc and other extracurriculum activities in the university.
The images of college life portrayed in campus fiction can affect the commonly accepted perceptions of life in higher education--of academic expectations, of the extracurriculum, including fraternities and other societies and clubs, of dating, and sex at college, and so on.
Frankie Condon, "An Extracurriculum for Writing Centers"
Carving a niche in the high school structure: Formal and informal constraints on participation in the extracurriculum. Research in Sociology of Education, 11, 93-120.
Our student athletes have the full range of sports to play and the extracurriculum clubs and activities that add to the richness of the school experience have been maintained.
The Jackson Handbook contains nine subject matter chapters and one chapter on the "extracurriculum." The recommendation for including these chapters came from the students in the seminar that Jackson and Pattison taught, in which the organization of the handbook was discussed.