monitorial

monitorial
adj. of a monitor, of a supervisor, of an inspector'mɑnə'tɔrɪəl /'mɒnɪ'tɔːr-

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  • monitorial — [män΄i tôr′ē əl] adj. 1. of a monitor or using a monitor or monitors 2. MONITORY …   English World dictionary

  • Monitorial schools — are schools where classrooms are organized with sub groups of students based on ability. The teacher would teach the higher group of students and then let them help teach the children who were of a lower ability. First developed in the 19th… …   Wikipedia

  • Monitorial System — The Monitorial System was an education method that became popular on a global scale during the early 19th century. This method was also known as mutual instruction or the Bell Lancaster method after the British educators Dr Andrew Bell and Joseph …   Wikipedia

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