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teachable

(tēch′ă-bĕl)
1. Receptive to learning.
2. Ready to learn.
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Are you going to try to micromanage that teachability piece or that accountability piece we just reviewed--or can you let things ferment without your hands-on direction?
But maintaining teachability gets trickier in the long term, especially when you've already achieved some degree of success.
I spoke of teachability, the ability to be taught, the willingness to be taught.
The next chapter, Bocanegra Valle's "On the Teachability of Nominal Compounds to Spanish Learners of English for Specific Purposes" (pages 7393) presents a brief yet clear explanation of some of the differences between Spanish and English simple nominal compounds and, as a consequence, the difficulty that Spanish learners have in grasping the various structural realisations of these constructions.
In this article, we attempt to evaluate the effectiveness of non-traditional programs and also add new insights towards the entrepreneurship teachability debate.
The structure of the students' requests during and after instruction was examined and also the teachability and effectiveness of explicit pragmatics in the grammar classroom was explored.
Writers and works were chosen to meet the criteria teachers use when selecting them: aesthetic value, historical significance, teachability, and commercial availability.
Moreover, PExA illustrates several desirable qualities for a mixed-initiative assistant, including personalizability, directability, teachability, and transparency of operations.
Zander and Kogut (1995) have shown that increasing degrees of knowledge codifiability and teachability speed knowledge transfer.
Teachability, which enables the leader to continue to grow and learn.
Its contention is based on the possibility of advanced collective work being done virtually by different individuals and institutions bringing different priorities to the mapping of collective projects, and on the teachability of collectively understood fields being a critical criterion for assembling diverse agendas.
Furthermore, the extent of the codifiability and teachability that these manufacturers want to receive is relatively high, which causes the extent of the outward exposure of this technical knowledge to be relatively high, and also results in these case manufacturers or research institutions wanting all the more to reduce their reliance upon the transfer of technical knowledge.