teaching machine


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teaching machine

n.
Any of various devices designed to teach by presenting the student with a planned sequence of statements and questions and providing an immediate response to his or her answers.

teaching machine

n
(Education) a machine that presents information and questions to the user, registers the answers, and indicates whether these are correct or acceptable

teach′ing machine`


n.
an automatic device, esp. a computer, that offers programmed instruction and corrects students' answers.
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The Dobot Magician series is also a teaching machine.
E Skinner came up with a teaching machine in the 1950s and argued that it helped students learn more efficiently.
WORCESTER -- Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP) and the Manufacturing Advancement Center Workforce Innovation Collaborative (MACWIC) have provided 30 Massachusetts Vocational/Technical High Schools teaching machine tool technology with access to videos.
org: Teaching Machine Learning to 100,000 Students," a series of technical papers and posters, and a special session on Model AI Assignments suitable for use in a variety of class settings.
Building upon Sidney Pressey's early work with teaching technology, Skinner developed a teaching machine in the late 1950's that allowed a learner to receive individualized instruction with immediate performance feedback (Skinner, 1961).
A smiling face that greets you and stops you for a quick chat in the hallway, just before you go into your classroom and he into his; a powerful teaching machine, with an almost boundless ability and unlimited scope in teaching the various business and economics subjects".
When this happens, synergy occurs, and we have strong intellectual organizations that can take excellent care of patients because these organizations are the ultimate learning/ teaching machine.
When this happens, synergy occurs, and we have strong intellectual organizations that can take excellent care of patient's because these organizations are the ultimate learning/ teaching machine.
Pressey (1926, 1927, 1932) at Ohio State University, who published a series of papers in School and Society between 1926 and 1932 on his development of a simple teaching machine to provide self-paced instruction in a variety of basic skills.
It certainly is an enabling one for Gandhi, who is then able to locate, interrogate, and distinguish between various "positionalities" - outside and inside the teaching machine, as it were - before arriving at her manifesto.
If I had my choice, I would much rather take a handful of students out under the stars with a telescope than let them learn from an inhuman teaching machine.
It conveys information and develops students' skills by acting as a teaching machine, a simulator, a resource, and a tool.

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