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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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A questionnaire, containing 17 items on students' previous computer and e-learning experience and on the didactic quality of the learning unit, was handed out to the students after they have worked with the learning unit.
This edition, within a collection of grammatical and religious texts, received both the didactic functionality of the Greek first edition of Florence and the moral instance of the Beroaldian collection and benefited immediately from a vast European fortune.
The mojo tales are variedly frightening, mysterious, tongue-in-cheek, curious, exciting, didactic and deceptively simplistic, but almost always interesting.
Most of the time, she allows the facts to speak for themselves; her approach is not a didactic one, and that is one of the book's merits.
The "kind" was bardic, didactic, personal, where the artist's presence is as crucial as his work.
They are not champions of literature but didactic educators.
But, the didactic quality of the book and its long transition from idea to print ultimately leaves readers with a flawed work.
For example, we offer a course of 10-12 hours combining didactic education on geriatric anatomy and physiology - the importance of electrolyte balance, for example - with hands-on training in putting in IVs.
However, the scope of such teaching programs at the predoctoral level varies widely, with didactic teaching hours ranging from 2-56 hours and clinical teaching from 0-144 hours (Wright & Friedman, 1987).
These chapters encourage strong use of clinical experiences, master's and doctoral programs to strengthen scientific bases, promulgation of the philosophy of oneness and cooperation, an integrated model of education using cognitive, affective, and psychomotor components for didactic, clinical and laboratory instruction, creative roles for various accreditation bodies, and continuing education and continuing competence.
Contract notice: International tender for the purchase of computer equipment, didactic and school furniture to the school centre arronches.