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educational pacing

1. the rate or speed of the learning process.

2. the control and monitoring of student work speed by a teacher, supervisor, or discussion leader.

3. the rate at which a whole class of students moves through a specific curriculum. This is determined by multiple factors, such as number of students in the class, student ability and interest, teacher philosophy, and teacher competence.

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Psychology term of the day

February 26th 2024

Ecstasy

ecstasy

n. a feeling of intense pleasure and elation, including that experienced in some mystical states, during orgasm, with aesthetic reveries, and in drug-induced states. Such extreme euphoria also may occur in the context of a hypomanic episode or a manic episode. —ecstatic adj.

Ecstasy

n. the popular name for MDMA.