Far too many... quit while you have the chance!
William Carl Ruediger has written: 'Teaching procedures' -- subject(s): Aims and objectives, Education, Educational psychology, Teaching
The evaluation of teaching activity can be defined as the systematic evaluation of teaching performance according to the professional role and contribution required to reach the objectives of the course in question taking into consideration the institutional context. Teaching activity can be defined as the group of procedures that are carried out both inside and outside the classroom, destined to favour the learning of the students with respect to the objectives and guidelines defined in the curriculum and a determined institutional context. Therefore, teaching activity implies the planning and management of teaching, the deployment of teaching methods, learning and evaluation activities, and finally the revision and improvement of the procedures carried out. The staff's teaching activity implies different procedures aimed at organizing, coordinating, planning and teaching the students, as well as evaluating their learning. These procedures are deployed in response to the teaching objectives and guidelines that are designed to aid the students. Therefore, the evaluation of teaching activity must recognize the group of procedures that the teacher develops as his professional duty (quantitative dimension), but also include the global evaluation of such activity relating to the objectives of the qualifications of the awarding institution (qualitative dimension). In order to evaluate the teaching activity of the UPV's teaching staff quantitatively a parameter that incorporates the different dimensions of the developed teaching activity has been defined. This parameter is called the Teaching Activity Index (TAI) and is evaluated using a point system (TAI points), so that personalized and institutional (centre or department) evaluations can easily be obtained.
Anne M. Polino has written: 'Learning of procedures in navy technical training' -- subject(s): Teaching, Study and teaching, Technology, Naval education, Aids and devices
George Bradford LaBaum has written: 'Analysis of structural details and fabrication procedures in wood frame residential construction for the development of appropriate teaching procedures' -- subject(s): Structural frames, Dwellings
Paul G. Scott has written: 'Improved procedures training through use of aids developed from learning guidelines' -- subject(s): Helicopter flight trainer, Training of, Study and teaching, Helicopter pilots, Teaching
Pat Fellers has written: 'Peac--Ing It Together' 'Peaceful procedures' -- subject(s): Aids and devices, Classroom management, Home and school, Teaching
William Latham has written: 'Assessment procedures in the teaching of reading' -- subject(s): Reading, Ability testing 'How to find your family roots' -- subject(s): Genealogy
David Morris Feldman has written: 'Elaboration and experimental evaluation of procedures and specialized materials for in-service training of secondary school teachers of modern foreign languages' -- subject(s): High school teachers, In-service training, Spanish language, Study and teaching (Secondary) 'The modern teaching of Spanish' 'Spanish: contemporary methodology' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Spanish language
teaching. i am teaching. she is teaching. they are teaching.
if they want ideal care that they been teaching in school there should have 3 patients per cna any way what's the use of procedures they been teaching in school if it is impossible to apply at work it doesnt make sense at all are you people know what youre doing...
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Margaret Jane Ireland has written: 'English placement procedures in land-grant colleges' -- subject- s -: Entrance examinations, Study and teaching, Universities and colleges, English language