Anchored instruction


a technology-based learning approach which stresses the importance of placing learning within a meaningful, problem-solving context, esp. the bonding of the content to a realistic and authentic context

The primary application of anchored instruction has been to elementary reading, language arts, and mathematics skills.


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    noun a relationship that develops over time through recurring interaction between people, but is tied to a particular place or a narrow range of activities Examples traditionally anchored relationship of lord and servant

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    a woman who is an anchorite. Historical Examples She may be a nun; but if ever she prove an anchoress, I’ll dig her grave with my nails. A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 10 (of 15) Various An anchoress that is a buyer and a seller selleth her soul to the chapman of […]

  • Anchoret

    . Historical Examples The ground floor served as drawing-room; above it was the anchoret’s bedroom; and the top story was used as a study. Balzac Frederick Lawton He was at this time evidently leading the life of an anchoret. St. Bernard of Clairvaux’s Life of St. Malachy of Armagh H. J. Lawlor No anchoret, indeed, […]

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    noun (informal) (in broadcasting) a young and inexperienced anchorwoman

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