Pacing

The speed at which content is presented and instruction delivered. Pacing which matches the student's rate of learning is optimal. Because gifted students are usually able to learn faster, they often prefer accelerated pacing.

pacing

[n] - walking with slow regular strides
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Pacing

A method used by communicators to quickly establish rapport by matching certain aspects of their behaviour to those of the person with whom they are communicating - a matching or mirroring of behaviour.
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pacing

noun walking with slow regular strides
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pacing

noun (music) the speed at which a composition is to be played
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pacing

(pāsĀ“ing) regulation of the rate of a physiologic process, such as by providing timed stimuli. cardiac pacing.
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Pacing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Pace
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pacing

in horse racing, one of two gaits seen in harness racing (q.v.).[1 related articles]
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Pacing

Continuous stall or pen walking Often an unhappy horse's reaction to confinement
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Pacing

moving both legs on the same side of the body in unison, as though hobbled together.
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Pacing

[surveying] Pacing is a reasonably easy and quick method of measuring distance in the field.. Pacing is a method used to measure a distance and is often used with a sighting or hand compass. Most commonly, pacing is split up into segments, such as chains, which are set measures of distance. By determining your own pace, distance can easily ...
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Pacing

When both the front and back legs on one side of the dog move in unison
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Pacing

Front and rear feet taking a step simultaneously on the same side of the body.
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Pacing

Means the patrol car matches the suspected violator's speed. This is done with a calibrated speedome
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Pacing

Means the patrol car matches the suspected violator's speed. This is done with a calibrated speedome
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