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syllabus

(sĭl′ă-bŭs) [Gr. syllabos, table of contents]
An abstract of a lecture or outline of a course of study or of a book.
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If they responded to the email indicating that they were willing to participate, they were then sent a second email which included a link to an online survey, a request for two distinct representative syllabi, confidentiality and consent information, and a unique identification number to protect the faculty member's privacy.
I have always completed my course syllabi just because, as faculty, we are required to do so.
Changes in the college environment in recent years present additional issues to be addressed via syllabi.
The context of this analysis was the "model" service learning in teacher education course syllabi shared at the 51st Annual Meeting and Exhibits Program of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education held in Washington, DC in 1999.
0001) suggested significant disagreement between the content of the syllabi and the actual course content, particularly regarding skill-level competencies.
Yet, while instructors generally recognize the importance of providing such information for students, course syllabi take many forms and vary greatly in the amount of information they contain.
Two researchers independently entered the same data from 10 syllabi (an 11 percent sample of all syllabi) into the syllabi database yielding an interrater reliability of 95 percent.
Speaking to MAIL TODAY , Sinclair said: " When NCERT prepared the syllabi in line with the National Curriculum Framework ( NCF), the then CBSE chairman was part of the process and also a member of the National Monitoring Committee ( NMC), which approved all the syllabi and textbooks.
QUNFUDA: The Ministry of Education will launch a SR1 billion project to upgrade the mathematics and science syllabi in the Kingdom's schools, Al-Watan newspaper reported yesterday.
Data were collected through interviews with 92 teacher education faculty members and the content analysis of 240 syllabi for the same courses.
This situation cannot be dealt with some extra material put into the regular lectures, due to rather dense syllabi.
In December last year, the english and history departments had opposed the bifurcation of the syllabi.