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prospective

not yet done; in the future.

prospective history
maintaining a surveillance over a patient in order to accumulate a history of an illness after the initial attack.
prospective surveillance
an epidemiological strategy of maintaining a watch over a suspected population after an event.
prospective trial
in a field trial of a preventive or therapeutic regimen the trial can be conducted in a series of consequential or contingent steps with each step contingent on the results in the one preceding it.
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Key words: Professional attitude, instructional skills, gender, prospective teachers, teaching programs.
Data were analyzed by using two-way chi square techniques to compare the responses of formal and non-formal prospective teachers.
When the data was analyzed it reveals that there is no significant difference in the level of professional attitude of prospective teachers enrolled in public and private institutions but the prospective teachers sectioned on the base of gender show statistically significant differences in their level of professional attitude.
In this milieu, French thinker Gaston Berger outlined prospective as a method for discerning social change and the factors that drive it in order to craft optimal public policy.
That there is a great knowledge increase in the world and usefulness of educational technology in classroom is supported by many studies, prospective teachers should have appropriate perceptions about technology for future educational aims.
One way to evaluate strengths and weakanesses at a community is to engage a research firm to regularly measure prospective residents' attitudes and perceptions when visiting communities.
a) The licensee provides reasonable notice to the prospective client or the prospective client's representative that the information will not be treated as confidential information in the event the provider does not become a client, and that providing such information will not preclude the licensee from being employed by a party adverse to the potential client in any current or future legal action or proceeding.
Whether you call them Millenials or NetGeners, today's prospective students just don't buy marketing messages delivered on glossy brochures.
Headquarters Air Education and Training Command Civil Engineer, said the forums provide prospective developers information about the command's multi-installation housing privatization initiative.
Stone said that prospective buyers should understand that as rising demand materializes into more completed deals, the top vendors of BPO services will be focused on this newly acquired business.
The purpose of this article is to discuss two approaches that have helped prospective teachers not only examine the complexities of teaching but also examine and improve their own teaching.
In a mathematics course for prospective elementary teachers, one university mathematics professor discussed his students' errors in a way that valued yet extended their mathematical thinking.