didactics


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di·dac·tics

 (dī-dăk′tĭks)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Instruction; teaching; pedagogy.

didactics

(dɪˈdæktɪks)
n
(Education) (functioning as singular) the art or science of teaching

didactics

- The art or science of teaching.
See also related terms for teaching.

didactics

the art or science of teaching.
See also: Learning
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.didactics - the activities of educating or instructingdidactics - 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"
activity - any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"
education - the profession of teaching (especially at a school or college or university)
classroom project - a school task requiring considerable effort
classwork - the part of a student's work that is done in the classroom
homework, prep, preparation - preparatory school work done outside school (especially at home)
lesson - a task assigned for individual study; "he did the lesson for today"
coeducation - education of men and women in the same institutions
continuing education - a program of instruction designed primarily for adult students who participate part-time
course, course of instruction, course of study, class - education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings; "he took a course in basket weaving"; "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
elementary education - education in elementary subjects (reading and writing and arithmetic) provided to young students at a grade school
extension service, university extension, extension - an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who are not enrolled as regular students
extracurricular activity - educational activities not falling within the scope of the regular curriculum
higher education - education provided by a college or university
secondary education - education beyond the elementary grades; provided by a high school or college preparatory school
team teaching - a method of coordinated classroom teaching involving a team of teachers working together with a single group of students
work-study program - an educational plan in which students alternate between paid employment and formal study
point system - a system of evaluation based on awarding points according to rules
education - the gradual process of acquiring knowledge; "education is a preparation for life"; "a girl's education was less important than a boy's"
academic program - (education) a program of education in liberal arts and sciences (usually in preparation for higher education)
Department of Education, Education Department, Education - the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students); created 1979
tuition, tuition fee - a fee paid for instruction (especially for higher education); "tuition and room and board were more than $25,000"
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After reading several books on anthropology, education, and didactics, Alexey Alexandrovitch drew up a plan of education, and engaging the best tutor in Petersburg to superintend it, he set to work, and the subject continually absorbed him.
But let us end these didactics. I will not, though the subject might provoke it, speak to the open question between Truth and Love.
The agenda was projected by renowned speakers, including Phillipe Vinogradoff, French Ambassador for Sports; Dr Jean-Francois Robin, a specialist in Work Psychology and Sports Didactics; Khalid Jassem, Qatari TV presenter and writer on Al Kass TV Sports Channels; Xavier Bouyer, international performer and artist; and Nasser al Hinzab, legal counsel of Qatar to UNESCO.
The agenda was projected by renowned speakers, including Philippe Vinogradoff, French Ambassador for Sport; Dr Jean-Francois Robin, specialist in work psychology and sport didactics; Khalid Jassem, Qatari TV presenter and writer on Al Kass TV sports channels; Xavier Bouyer, internationally renowned performer and artist; and Nasser al-Hinzab, legal counsel of Qatar to Unesco.
During the two-day conference, professors from different countries and professional backgrounds participated in this conference and discussed the theme of argumentation in the fields of philosophy, communication, history, and didactics as well as languages and literature.
The history of didactics (the art and science of teaching and learning), however, has already undergone other radical changes and feats just as exclusive, especially with the advent of so-called 'scientific' structural-behaviorist methods, so infallible and definitive; and then with the arrival of the first communicative approaches, also presented - at the time of the hippie movements - as a complete renewal of education as social action.
'We will abolish educational levies, strengthen didactics and ensure our candidates come first in NECO and other public examinations.
Regarding the methodological distribution of the articles after their integration in the principal concepts, it may be noted in Table 1 that the concepts most-often addressed were that of successful didactics with 32% and professional skills with 24%; the concept with the least amount of articles found was that of professor role with 8%.
Marco Nievergelt compares the rhetoric and didactics of the fourteenth-century Pelerinage of the Cistercian Guillaume de Deguileville with those of the Roman de la Rose, Marcel Elias looks at emotions in late Middle English Charlemagne romances as a means for exposing diverging views on crusading culture, Philip Knox examines the blurring of medieval generic boundaries between lyric and narrative writing, and Sebastian Langdell argues that Chaucer as represented in Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes is a result of the increasingly militant and repressive English Church.
Learning Europe: Perspectives for a Didactics of European Cultural Studies; Volume 6