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“For example, I'm not a big fan of the Children's Choice award books, but an intructor here uses them each term for a literature class.”
“Using an intructor-based classroom format one with a grand finale, one using the 'end the session in mid-sentence' ambiguity model”
“I have a Finance test on Wednesday, so my intructor, along with the class, decided to get together this morning to squeeze in an extra chapter, and, as a trade-off, we get the class after the test off.”
“Maynard Orme, a retired employee of OPB, talks to a group including Michael Holmes, an intructor at Ball State University, and Nick Sushkov, The Daily Barometer business manager, about the collaboration of student media.”
“It works exactly like a real dance intructor -- minus the embarassment and frustration a human instructor would place upon you after screwing up the chainsaw for the third time.”
“More important and more effecent then intructor lead or professionally produced learning tools because you are learning specifically what is appliciable to your job.”
“One of my goals as an intructor and facilitator is to assign meaningful reading to my students.”
“I have lived in Utah for well over twenty-five years and as a member fo the Army Special Forces comunity I was relocated for North Carolina, and currently serve as a Weapons intructor in the Army.”
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