Definition of Didacticity. Meaning of Didacticity. Synonyms of Didacticity

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Definition of Didacticity

Didacticity
Didacticity Di`dac*tic"i*ty, n. Aptitude for teaching. --Hare.

Meaning of Didacticity from wikipedia

- Didacticism is a philosophy that emphasizes instructional and informative qualities in literature, art and design. In art, design, architecture and landscape...
- A didactic method (Gr****: διδάσκειν didáskein, "to teach") is a teaching method that follows a consistent scientific approach or educational style to present...
- Didactic gospels is a collection of sermons. Their prototype is considered the didactic of Bishop Constantine of Preslav in 894 written in the Church...
- Didactic organisation is the ability of neurons within a network to impart their pattern of synaptic connectivity and/or response properties to other neurons...
- every theory has to be functional in practical use, therefore it has to be didactic (i.e. morally instructive). In the course of his study he also became acquainted...
- A parable is a succinct, didactic story, in prose or verse, that illustrates one or more instructive lessons or principles. It differs from a fable in...
- This is a list of compositions by Fernando Sor. Op. 14, Guitar Sonata No. 1 in D major (in one movement: Andante — Allegro) – wr. c. 1798; publ. 1810 in...
- The Microtraining method is an approach aimed at supporting informal learning processes in organizations and companies. Learning in this sense means that...
- Paatal Lok (transl. ****) is an Indian Hindi-language crime thriller web television series which premiered on Amazon Prime Video on 15 May 2020. It is...
- require wholly unorthodox technique (John Cage). Studies, lessons, and other didactic instrumental pieces composed before the 19th century are extremely varied...
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