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A vested or implied power to command the obedience of others.
A method of teaching based entirely on teacher lectures and allowing for no classroom discussion.
Learning by listening.
An alphabet of 45 characters and combinations of characters to teach young children the sounds of the English language as well as the names of letters in the alphabet.
Instruction of the hearing impaired to understand sounds and speech.
Auditory memory span
The length of time an individual can remember something heard.
The ability to differentiate between the varying sounds and frequencies of vowels, consonants, syllables and words.
Attendance in a course, usually at college or university, without credit or grades.
Audiovisual listening center
An area of a kindergarten or early elementary school classroom equipped with books, tapes and headsets...
Any of a wide variety of sound and projection devices used by teachers to engage as many student senses and faculties as possible in the learning process.
A three-part, lecture-free instructional system that combines small seminars, large assemblies and audiocassettes to guide students through a course of independent study.
In education, a specialist in testing...
A method of teaching that depends exclusively on speech and visual demonstration, with no written materials.
Tests designed to measure attitudes by measuring responses to a series of statements.
A psychological, intellectual or emotional position that predisposes an individual to think or act in a predictable way.
The length of time an individual can concentrate on an activity.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
A chronic inability to concentrate, marked by excessive impulsivity and hyperactivity.
Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
A chronic inability to concentrate.
A daily log maintained by teachers and staff to record the presence, tardiness or absence of every student in school and used to calculate the AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE.
The geographic area served by a public school.
The physical presence of students on school premises or off premises at an officially sanctioned school activity such as independent study...
Students in danger of failing to complete their formal education because they are either unable to respond to the demands of school or because the school is unable to respond adequately to their needs.
One of 20 colleges founded by the FREEDMEN’S BUREAU after the Civil War to provide higher education for blacks in the South.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON’s proposal for achieving racial harmony through interracial economic cooperation devoid of all social integration.