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tutorial

A teaching format for education in the UK, including graduate medical education, in which the teacher and student(s) discuss a specific topic. It normally involves some preparation by students.

tutorial

Dialogue Education An exercise which attempts to emulate a teacher/student interaction; tutorials typically arrange and present information in a meaningful fashion, foster interaction through appropriate objective and subjective questions, process various responses and provide feedback
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[8] tutorial tutorial depends on the tutor and hence its efficacy is very subjective The purpose of this approach is to develop students' logic, broaden their vision, and encourage them to express their opinions Gleeson Collaborative The idea is to encourage et al.
The Web-based Nemeth Code Tutorial is available to everyone, everywhere, at any time, and at no cost.
This tutorial covers some of the best practices for using this feature in applications built for the F200 depth camera.
I may search out a dupe, which brings me to my next point You know what dupe means I've learned a whole new language since tuning in to make-up tutorials.
The reviewers have been creating online tutorials with GotS in an academic medical library for two years [4].
The ability to customize the trainings based on specific needs is one of the biggest benefits realized from the use of the tutorial videos.
There are some optional things you may want to consider including in your video tutorial depending on the type of tutorial you are creating.
Introduction to Medical EMC, another Monday afternoon tutorial, is particularly timely.
In addition to tutorials that teach a core area within AI, proposals are encouraged from areas that are closely related to AI such as core robotics, operations research techniques relevant for AI, linguistics research applicable to language processing, for example.
What linguistic, paralinguistic, and nonlinguistic features appear in conversations in one NNS tutor--NNS student tutorial and one NS tutor--NNS student tutorial at a large research-oriented southwestern university in the U.S.?
As a direct way to both support the language and content knowledge needs of ELLs, an online content-based tutorial that students can access at their convenience was created.
At the website, chemistry teachers can access tutorials to create a Molecular Simulator and a game about elements, Element Shootout.