Use; practice; especially, exercise or discipline for a specific purpose or object.
Practice; the living out of religious or philosophical beliefs. Used to indicate action combined with reflection seeking to transform oppressive situations or social orders.
An example or form of exercise, or a collection of such examples, for practice.
(Chapter 1) - the practical application of something intangible, as a philosophy, science, etc.
The ability to interact successfully with the physical environment to plan, organize and carry out a sequence of unfamiliar actions; and to do what one needs and wants to do.
The capacity of the brain to integrate and carry out unfamiliar motor activities. Also known as motor planning.
the doing or performance of an action.
Subject matter competency exams (either MSAT or SSAT) required of credential students who have not received their undergraduate degree in an approved subject matter program. Information is available in the Department of Education office.
Test for teacher candidates that determines eligibility for certification.
The Praxis Series: Professional Assessments for Beginning Teachers, including Praxis I: Academic Skills Assessments, and Praxis II: Subject Assessments (specialty area tests), Principles of Learning and Teaching