progressive education

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progressive education

n.
A set of reformist educational philosophies and methods that emphasize individual instruction, informality in the classroom, and the use of group discussions and laboratories as instructional techniques.
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As a progressive school, we value the creative process.
The Secretary visited Girls Section, Senior School, Library, Junior School and Sadiq Progressive School.
After Germany, I moved to Nice, in the South of France, attending a progressive school called Ecole Freinet.
These literary celebrations mostly represent the progressive school of thought, which successfully gives vent to an emotional impulse in Urdu literature.
With our support, teachers, staff and administrators alike enhance their skills, and learn how to create a positive, progressive school and classroom atmosphere.
The Wisdom Tree Principal, Ms Sanghmitra Das says, "The wisdom Tree, A Progressive School with unique TDDAL teaching methodology, welcomes all children and parents.
We're a very progressive city and progressive school district and we want to afford all of our children every right and accommodation that they deserve," he said.
Summary: Brush Indian High School and Progressive School aside to reach last four
This progressive school recognises that languages are part of the cultural richness of our society and the world in which we live and work.
And so a progressive school of artists began to emerge in the late 1880s and 90s and Cormack's book charts their progress as they used innovative materials Glass artist |Mary Lowndes and techniques for their intensely colourful and dramatic glass work.
For the type of parent that wants to send his or her child to a progressive school, standardized test scores might not be a great barometer of a school's quality.
Operated by the Little Red River Cree Nation Board of Education, the progressive school is located one and a half hour drive east of High Level.

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