multigrade

multigrade

(ˈmʌltɪˌɡreɪd)
n
1. (Photography) a brand of black and white photographic paper coated with a mixture of emulsions which are sensitive to the colour of the printing light used and which produce different contrast grades as a result
2. (Mathematics) a Diophantine mathematical equation or its solution
adj
3. (Photography) designating equipment designed to be used with multigrade photographic paper
4. (Mathematics) designating a Diophantine mathematical equation
5. (Automotive Engineering) (of an engine oil) treated with polymer additives in order to improve performance by limiting changes in viscosity at different temperatures
6. (Education) dialect US of or relating to a class which includes students from more than one grade
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The classes in Silahis ng Kalusugan are 'multigrade' and 'multiyear' during every session and examinations are held per grading period.
Release date- 31072019 - Production of multigrade hydraulic oils of the VMGZ type (VMGZ-45, VMGZ-55, VMGZ-60) has been started at the TATNEFT's TANECO Oil Refining Complex.
800 children aged 6-14 in rural areas and multigrade classes in 10 schools to receive online learning content aligned with the official curricula through provision of a digital platform which provides additional interactive knowledge as per topics provided in the curriculum and ensures parentis engagement in the learning processes.
In a statement in October last year, the DepEd defined the hardship allowance as an honorarium for teachers assigned in difficult posts, who handle multigrade classes or carry out mobile teaching functions and overload allowance as remuneration for teachers who put in more than six hours of classroom teaching.
The school will have a multigrade: Grade 1 to Grade 3 in one classroom and Grade 4 to Grade 6 in another classroom.
Schools in Samar and Northern Samar received on Saturday digital learning packages to help improve student learning in multigrade classes through the 'school-in-a-bag' program of Unicef.
THE 'DESIGN THINKING' AS A RESOURCE AND METHODOLOGY FOR VISUAL LITERACY IN PRESCHOOL AT MEXICAN MULTIGRADE SCHOOLS
The school has only two teachers who have to adopt multigrade teaching techniques.
Duckhams, which has been a part of the motoring heritage in the UK since 1899, is renowned for developing Europe's first multigrade oil, Duckhams Q.
Millions of students are in multigrade classrooms worldwide, especially in developing countries, but teachers rarely receive training to manage such classrooms and policymakers neglect the problem, said Angela Little, a professor emeritus at University College London with expertise in multigrade education.
"Many developing countries are practicing flexible approaches towards learning and multigrade teaching through Non-formal Education which being low cost is the most effective as well.