Quinmester plan 3-10-2011, 04:52

An innovative, albeit short-lived plan of school reform and curriculum reorganization that spread the academic year over the entire calendar year and divided it into five nine-week terms, with students required to attend at least four of them.

Quincy movement 3-10-2011, 04:50

A pedocentric educational trend that started in Quincy, Illinois, public schools in 1875 and was a forerunner of progressive education.

Quincy Grammar School 3-10-2011, 04:48

A Boston school where the modern system of graded schools was introduced in 1848. In an effort to reduce classroom overcrowding and establish order and discipline, the innovative educator John D.

Questioning 3-10-2011, 04:46

A pedagogical device as essential to the classroom learning process as lecturing, DIRECT INSTRUCTION and demonstration.

Queens College 3-10-2011, 04:43

An institution of higher education founded in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1771 by leaders of the Dutch Reformed Church in response to the founding of King’s College (now Columbia University) in New York City.

Quartile 30-09-2011, 14:57

One of four equal groups in a distribution of scores, with 25% of the scores in the lowest...

Quarter (academic) 30-09-2011, 14:56

One of four terms making up the academic year in colleges and universities that operate on a calendar-year basis rather than the traditional 38-week academic year, stretching from September to May or June.