I would say an authoritative approach would be to brainwash kids into believing certain things and a less authoritative approach would be to give kids right information and to let them think what they want
Richard H Quay has written: 'On the non-traditional student in American higher education' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Non-formal education, Adult education
comprehensively describe the directive and non-directive approach to rural development
what is the difference between informal and non formal as general
Directive approach: * Questions planned in detail * Little spontaneity * Stresses interviewee Non-directive approach: * Broad plan of key questions * Spontaneous follow-ups and probes * Less stress on interviewee
one among the advantage of non directive approach is provide knowledge to the intended society that certain project oparated take place this was due to the fact that non directive approach envolve local people in the area that project take action.
You need to have either a DVM or VMD (if you are a graduate from an American College of Veterinary Medicine) or an equivalent degree from a non-American CVM.
There are several non-profit organizations to help reduce debt. American Financial Solutions if one non-profit company that provides free credit counseling and financial education.
a modern approach to verbal and nonverbal reasoning
Tecnical education involves computers and ect., but non tecnical is the oppisite.
I prefer non formal education as it gives more room for creativity and brain stimulation. Formal education often stifles this and can have negative side effects.
James R. Sheffield has written: 'Education in Kenya' -- subject(s): Education, History 'Non-formal education in African development' -- subject(s): Non-formal education, Vocational education
K. Sivadasan Pillai has written: 'Non-formal education in India' -- subject(s): Adult education, Non-formal education 'Non formal education for agricultural workers & fishermen' -- subject(s): Agricultural laborers, Education, Farmers Training and Functional Literacy Project, Fishers, Fundamental education
I think you mean NON-FORMAL. Formal education is what you think of when you think of school. Non-formal would be education learned on the job, or out in "real life." Sometimes people can learn as much in a non-formal setting, but usually a formal education produces a more educated, well-rounded person.
Horace Mann believed that teachers should be trained, all citizens deserve an education, and education should be paid for by the government. He also advocated for non-corporal punishments in the school.
Saraswathi Balasubramaniam has written: 'Patterns of non-formal education at the university level in India, U.K., U.S.A., and U.S.S.R' -- subject(s): Comparative education, Distance education, Non-formal education
The U.S. Federal Government uses a job level approach that allows for the hiring of personnel with any level of education, including non high school graduates. The job level increases by increments of further education, so the highest paid positions would be relative to the amount of education a person has achieved.
what is directive and non directive approach in community organisation and development . please send me full detail thanks
Art that does not represent something in its actual form, rather a tweeked non realistic approach.
Physically Education is Non-Academic. While you may have to study about the History and Rules of different Sports & Games, it is a Non-Academic Subject.
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A religious school.