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facilitate

Managed care To remove mental and/or physical obstacles in a pathway. Cf Delegate Physiology To lower the threshold for neural activity, making nerves more susceptible to depolarization. See Social facilitation Vox populi Help, assist.
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Teachers then scored the video individually and in small groups, receiving feedback from the facilitator on whether their reasoning matched that of expert MQI-PD users.
Carlile said Asean could play the role of a disinterested facilitator because of its location in Asia.
The Teen First Divorce Treatment Program manual provides a full curriculum for working with adolescents, offering brief instructions for facilitators, ten "Teen First Sessions" (two of which are optional), and an appendix that includes handouts and tools.
Nevertheless, some students have written comments about facilitators which appear to be positive but which give us pause, such as this one, describing the facilitator as "very helpful with reviewing my writing and giving feedback.
Revolving on the facilitators as our main concern in enabling the students to reach the learning outcome, this study was designed to explore the perception of UKM medical students towards the necessity of having content experts as their facilitators during PBL as compared to the non-content facilitator, as underlined in the principle of PBL and to evaluate the effectiveness of having the content expert to their examination marks respectively.
At the end of each small group session, duly filled learner's log by each student was presented to assigned group facilitator for their evaluation.
A facilitator plays a central role in taking the learners through these sequential steps of learning cycle by empowering them to learn in an experiential group.
At the following class, facilitators begin by asking participants to share their experiences making the recipe at home.
The facilitator is accused of procuring improvised explosive device (IED) components, suicide vests and other weapons and distributing them to his fellow fighters for use in attacks against Afghan and coalition forces in the province 305 km north of capital Kabul.
I can now, upon reflection, say that the facilitator training was succinct and highly valuable.
Only three programmes had a consistent facilitator (M3) throughout the duration of the programme, and one programme was delivered by four different facilitators.

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