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teachable

(tēch′ă-bĕl)
1. Receptive to learning.
2. Ready to learn.
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So, the next time you are confronted with a teachable moment in the form of misinformation, misapprehension, or misunderstanding, you have to ask yourself one question.
Already many Americans are calling Hoffman's passing a "teachable moment"
"Holidays are ripe with such teachable moments and opportunities to acknowledge or be generous to others," the authors write.
The mental skills to cope with the pressure that elite sportsmen have to deal with all the time are easily teachable and at ElevenSports, we have a mission to bring those skills to the awareness of sportsmen at any level.
"It's a teachable moment, as people keep saying, and I think it's a teachable moment about higher education policy issues, about the relationship between democracy and education, and about students' roles in their own civic life," Heinecke, an associate professor in U.Va's Curry School of Education, said in a statement.
officials recently wrote, was a ''model intervention,'' a ''teachable moment.'' ''The first lesson is that NATO is uniquely positioned to respond quickly and effectively to international crises,'' the U.S.
If you are not using the ABT cover images and their captions, here are a few ideas on how to implement these captivating, teachable moments.
We touch on the importance of routines, boundaries, positive reinforcement and discipline, and building self-confidence and finding teachable moments.
11 were the ultimate "teachable moment" and will be incorporated in schools' culture for years to come.
This notion of education is closely associated with problematic practices such as suppressing student voices, narrowing the range of critical thought, and neglecting the serendipitous "teachable moments." Believing that teaching is curriculum delivery dismisses the individual learner and contributes to the continuation of social inequities.
Laura Berman, a sex therapist and educator, agreed that something powerful can come from Bieber's openness: "a teachable moment."
I'll never forget something she said: "No matter how experienced you are, you still have to be teachable because you can never stop learning and improving in art."