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teach-in

(tēch′ĭn′)
n.
An extended session, as on a college or university campus, for lectures and discussions on an important, usually controversial issue.
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teach-in

n
(Education) an informal conference, esp on a topical subject, usually held at a university or college and involving a panel of visiting speakers, lecturers, students, etc
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teach′-in`



n., pl. teach-ins.
a prolonged session of lectures, discussions, etc., on a topical issue, as one organized by faculty members at a college or university as a medium of social protest.
[1960–65]
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Noun1.teach-in - an extended session (as on a college campus) for lectures and discussion on an important and usually controversial issue
group discussion, conference - a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic
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Translations

teach-in

[ˈtiːtʃˌɪn] Nreunión f de autoenseñanza colectiva
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teach-in

nTeach-in nt
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teach-in

[ˈtiːtʃˌɪn] nseminario
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If you want a taste of the school's famous hospitality and to experience its Science Teach-In in action, Mr Fox welcomes you to visit Packwood's Open Day on Saturday, May 18.
The date, (http://www.earthday.org/about/the-history-of-earth-day/) April 22 , was actually chosen because the first Earth Day was designed as a teach-in, and the 22nd fell right between spring break and finals for most college students.
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Kicking things off with a teach-in and poetry slam on March 31, students then marched on the court, where thousands camped for the night.
Bush announced victory in Iraq, about 100 people gathered for a "teach-in" organized by the Black Mobilization Committee Against the War at Fernwood United Methodist Church, 10057 S.
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A free toolkit, including a "Safe Surfing" video and tips for organizing an Internet "teach-in," is available from the American Library Association.
* A comprehensive, user friendly Web site (www.americalinksup.org), designed to help people find a local "Teach-In" or to create one of their own.
To increase awareness of engineering among junior and senior high school students, engineers from across the country will participate in a teach-in during National Engineers Week, February 18 to 24, 1990.