Cross curricular studies cut through traditional subject matter lines and explore relationships of subjects to one another. For example, a school-wide program in "writing across the curriculum" entails teaching writing in every subject-matter department. Teachers of all the arts and sciences develop and implement a writing program in their department that coordinates with the other writing programs throughout the school. In traditional writing programs, those that are not cross curricular, writing is taught only in English classes, and teachers in other subjects depend on the department of English to teach the skills that students need to write in all other subjects. While there is widespread agreement among educators that students ought to understand the interactions of the various disciplines, some teachers feel that they haven't enough class time to cover the basic skills and fundamental concepts in their subjects, let alone to discuss how their subject interacts with other subjects. For example, although the development of mathematical thought is tied to historical events, and though principles of mathematics can be seen in such fields as music, art, drama, and sports, math teachers often prefer to spend time on the math skills and concepts rather than on the links to other realms of thought. Other teachers feel that unless the cross-relationships are explored, students will not learn to think the way that professionals do in the various departments of study. For example, when interpreting a musical score, a conductor will consider the life of the composer, the times in the music was written, the key relationships of the music to other art forms --dance, graphic arts, drama -- previous interpretations and the public's reaction to those interpretations, and so on. Many conductors will explain those issues to the orchestra members, in hope that the deeper understanding will enhance the mood of the performance.
co curricular are helpful in learning life skills are social interaction leadership healthy reaction self discipline self confidence
what is a cross connection in plumbing
Cross (k'ros): "A thing they nail people to."
Co-curricular activities happen during the school day, extra-curricular ones don't.
The major difference between curricular and co-curricular activities is the element of degree/certification. Co-curricular activities are not the part of student syllabus and its result also does not effect the final result.
At midnight by definition.
what example Extra-curricular accomplishment
Cross Join is jsut another Join
Nowhere. The definition of parallel lines is two lines that never cross.
The definition of a cross-section is the surface that is seen after something is cut through a straight. This is done to expose the inner shape of an object.
A cross between a donkey and a zebra.A cross between a donkey and a zebra.
(Curricular means pertaining to a college or school's subjects, and the term extra-curricular includes non-educational activities such as sports, clubs, and promotions.)The curricular activities of the school were improved under the new school board.The dean left curricular changes to his staff and concentrated on funding issues.
By definition, a revolutionary change must increase liberty, i.e. the only legitimate aim of a revolution is freedom.A sudden, radical, or complete change.Timothy A. Moore
Curricular activities only yield knowledge, but extra curricular activities yield skill, team management, intellect, leadership etc
Cross is a religious symbol, in it's most simple model you could say a horizontal and vertical line cross.
A good discussion is provided in the link.
Kenneth J. F. Yeates has written: 'An investigation into the initiation of cross-curricular approaches as part of technical and vocational education'
Denise Fyfe has written: 'The implementation of the information technology cross-curricular theme in North Eastern Education and Library Board secondary schools'
Many schools have chess clubs that count as extra-curricular activities.
achievements, awards or certificates won by a person other than academics. like sports certificate is extra curricular achievement and first position's school certificate is curricular achievement.
By definition, the circular cross-section of a cone changes linearly in width as you go along its axis. By definition, the cross-section of a prism is constant along its axis. So, by definition, a cone prism is an impossible shape.
A membrane that lets all materials cross is permeable. A membrane that lets nothing cross is impermeable.
The transaction must cross a national border.