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di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik),
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations involving patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]

didactic

[dīdak′tik]
Etymology: Gr, didaskein, to teach
pertaining to classroom teaching or instruction.

didactic

adjective Referring to teaching; instructive; with explicit rules.

di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik)
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations with patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]
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Having the risk factors outside the mathematical models, the potential of a cognitive intervention based on knowledge related to mathematical models could manifest in both a didactical intervention--which would focus only on the mathematical facts of the games and induce defocus on the gaming risk factors--and a clinical intervention developed so as to create for the patient an objective representation of the games s/he plays as pure mathematical structures free of risk factors.
In all cases--whether the book is read as a nationalist propaganda text, or a simplified didactical cow-girl adventure story, or an account of a feminist, a strong woman who was ahead of her times, or a pacifist protest against the war--the book belongs to the realm of popular literature.
The opinions towards harmonic and synergetic interdependencies and compound effects between e-learning and classroom teaching are far from being enthusiastic (see Table 7): only 39% assume significant didactical improvements and even less (38%) of the participants think that the personalization of learning can be enhanced considerably by blended learning.
All in all, I find Prof Mohammad's book a most welcome, timely and useful contribution to the didactical literature in the field.
The environment has the potential to be used by young children provided that teachers understand three didactical objectives that structure such a use.
These results of the evaluations can only be seen as first hints, but they support the necessity of a didactical concept like the presented instructional program.
The didactical / clinical / educational values and goals it promotes, might presumably contradict the professional focus of a physical education curriculum.
The proposal to create in Poland the system of qualification certification of the managerial construction personnel and accreditation of the studies with the participation of employers has been prepared under the scheme of LdV Didactical project.
applies didactical criteria to the categorization of blended learning approaches.
Finally, for the problems related with software standards--those preventing users to cooperate in projects because of the particular program they are using, and those involving pedagogical decisions based more on budgetary than on truly didactical concerns--TMX provides a general solution that is becoming increasingly accepted and integrated by software makers.
For example, Dreyfus and Eisenberg (1985) preferred the graphic method and provided mathematical and didactical argumentation for their claim:
Such pieces, characterized as fine grain, are part of the courses structured pursuant to an algorithmic didactical planning (WebQuest).