course of instruction


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n course of instruction education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings "he took a course in basket weaving","flirting is not unknown in college classes"
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In literature:

Sainte-Barbe, the most celebrated of the free colleges of Paris, sends its pupils to the course of instruction at the Lycee Descartes.
"Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 20. July, 1877." by Various
Wilson of course had no further definite instructions.
"An Artist in Crime" by Rodrigues Ottolengui
It is evident that the course of instruction in the Sunday school will be different from that of the day school.
"Seven Graded Sunday Schools" by Various
Of course I could instruct some of you how to build another for me, but I don't intend to leave, anyway.
"The Seventh Order" by Gerald Allan Sohl
You didn't even give the pilot his course instructions until the very start of the take-off.
"Dave Dawson at Casablanca" by Robert Sydney Bowen
Here I was instructed in the common branches, and in a short time passed through the whole course of studies.
"Reminiscences" by Hans Mattson
Annette told me that she and some other ladies were about to take a course of instruction from a surgeon, in the art of dressing wounds.
"Waldfried" by Berthold Auerbach
Of course the instruction cannot ordinarily proceed from the teacher of the school.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 95, September 1865" by Various
The course of instruction, in most of the institutions where telegraphy is taught, covers a period of six months.
"Work for Women" by George J. Manson
He established in many places the Normal Class, and marked out a course of instruction for its students.
"The Story of Chautauqua" by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut

In news:

From subjects in Instructional Technology to Science to Reading/Language Arts, take advantage of the PBS TeacherLine online course offerings.
CPR in combination with defibrillation , an association installing an AED might want to consider offering to its employees, agents, and the community at large a CPR course which included specific instruction on the use of an AED.
ASCD announces the release of three new PD OnlineĀ® courses focused on Common Core State Standards and differentiated instruction.
Bruce Winston, dean of the School of Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship, and Mike Pregitzer, instructional designer, helped streamline course development.
This is a drawing of Rock Valley College's planned Arts Instructional Center, though trustees are mapping a new course for the college's arts venue.
During the course of investigating two complaints the Health Department found six instances where the hospital did not correctly document these instructions in its computer system, Hammond said.
The seven-week course offers instruction in the basic fundamentals of the game.
Candidates in the AFF, Coach, IAD/SL, or Tandem Instructional Rating Courses will need a current copy of the Instructional Rating Manual (IRM) and the Skydiver's Information Manual (SIM).
I happened to run across (over on Instructables, of course) a bunch of DIY passive iPod projectors .
"What we do is listen to the management of a company, and then custom tailor an instruction package for their needs," said Kristofco, noting courses can be taught either at Wayne College or at the business if there are adequate facilities.
To provide instructions for performing wale and course counts on a broad range of knitted fabric construction types found in casual wearing apparel including illustrations with wale and courses highlighted.

In science:

Presented as a general picture, we hypothetically situate our work in a general context where e-Learning instructional material needs to be adapted to form part of an introductory Computer Science (CS) e-Learning course at the CS1-level.
On Requirements for Programming Exercises from an E-learning Perspective
Development and application of a two-tier diagnostic test measuring college biology students' understanding of diffusion and osmosis after a course of instruction.
Biological Concepts Instrument (BCI): A diagnostic tool for revealing student thinking
The following diagram may be instructive to the reader during the course of the proof.
Quenched Free Energy and Large Deviations for Random Walks in Random Potentials
During the course of this research, I have beneļ¬ted from many instructive exchanges on related technical and philosophical aspects with R.
General relativistic cosmology with no beginning of time
Average pre/post test scores, standard deviations, instructional methods, materials used, institutions, and instructors for each of the survey courses are tabulated and referenced in Hake (1998b).
Lessons From the Physics-Education Reform Effort