Televizyon önemli bir kültür kaynağı olabilir, ve eğitim yayınlarına birçok okulda değer verilmektedir. - Television could be an important source of culture, and its educational broadcasts are valued in many schools.
En sevdiğiniz TV eğitim programı nedir? - What's your favorite educational TV program?
programs are considered "educational" if they are planned learning experiences designed to bring about changes in knowledge, skills, or attitudes which contribute directly to the competent practice of librarianship Continuing education credit may be obtained for educational programs by applying to the Certification Specialist
Educational matters or institutions are concerned with or relate to education. the British educational system. pupils with special educational needs. + educationally edu·ca·tion·al·ly educationally sound ideas for managing classrooms
Means an approved, accredited, or licensed public or nonprofit institution, facility, entity, or organization conducting educational programs, including research for any such programs, such as a child care center, school, college, university, school for the mentally retarded, school for the physically handicapped or educational radio or television station
For the purposes of this project, this term refers to an institution that is 1) an accredited primary or secondary school, 2) an institution of higher education as defined by Section 61 003, Education Code, 3) a private institution of higher education accredited by a recognized accrediting agency as defined by Section 61 003, Education Code, 4) the Texas Education Agency and its successors and assigns, 5) a regional education service center established and operated in accordance with Chapter 8, Education Code, 6) the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and its successors and assigns, 7) a public library or regional library system as defined by Section 441 122, Government Code, or 8) a library operated by an institution of higher education or a school district
An approved, accredited, or licensed public or nonprofit institution or facility, entity, or organization conducting educational programs, including research for any such programs, such as a child care center, school, college, university, school for the mentally retarded, school for the physically handicapped, or an educational radio or television station
Educational psychology is the area of psychology that is concerned with the study and assessment of teaching methods, and with helping individual pupils who have educational problems. + educational psychologist educational psychologists edu·ca·tion·al psy·cholo·gist An assessment by an independent educational psychologist was essential. Branch of psychology concerned with the learning processes and psychological issues associated with the teaching and training of students. The educational psychologist studies the cognitive development of students and the various factors involved in learning, including aptitude and learning measurement, the creative process, and the motivational forces that influence student-teacher dynamics. Two early leaders in the field were G. Stanley Hall and Edward L. Thorndike. See also school psychology
Year term introduced at 1969 Systematic identification, development, organization, or utilization of educational resources and/or the management of these processes - occasionally used in a more limited sense to describe the use of equipment- oriented techniques or audiovisual aids in educational settings
A complex, integrated process involving people, procedures, ideas, devices, and organization, for analyzing problems, and devising, implementing, evaluating and managing solutions to those problems, involved in all aspects of human learning
in full United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Specialized agency of the UN, created in 1946 to aid peace by promoting international cooperation in education, science, and culture. It supports member states' efforts to eliminate illiteracy, encouraging the extension of free education, and acts as a clearinghouse for the exchange of ideas and knowledge. In 1972 it sponsored an international agreement to establish a World Heritage list of cultural sites and natural areas that would enjoy government protection (see World Heritage site). In 1984 the U.S. withdrew from UNESCO to protest what it considered the agency's anti-Western approach to cultural issues; the United Kingdom and Singapore withdrew a year later. The United Kingdom rejoined in 1997, and the U.S. followed suit in 2003
20 dilde online sözlük. 20 milyondan fazla sözcük ve anlamı üç farklı aksanda dinleme seçeneği. Cümle ve Videolar ile zenginleştirilmiş içerik. Etimoloji, Eş ve Zıt anlamlar, kelime okunuşları ve günün kelimesi. Yazım Türkçeleştirici ile hatalı Türkçe metinleri düzeltme. iOS, Android ve Windows mobil platformlarda online ve offline sözlük programları. Sesli Sözlük garantisinde Profesyonel çeviri hizmetleri. İngilizce kelime haznenizi arttıracak kelime oyunları. Ayarlar bölümünü kullarak çevirisini görmek istediğiniz sözlükleri seçme ve aynı zamanda sözlüklerin gösterim sırasını ayarlama imkanı. Kelimelerin seslendirilişini otomatik dinlemek için ayarlardan isteğiniz aksanı seçebilirsiniz.