The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) recently revised their Standard Guide for Care Symbols for Care Instructions
on Textile Products.
To balance performance and code density, the Thumb-2 architecture  is introduced which combines the traditional 16-bit Thumb instructions
and additional 32-bit ARM instructions
in a single instruction
As you know, jury instructions
are approved for use by the Supreme Court with the proviso that the enactment is not the final word on the instruction
A key part of all jury trials in Florida is the judge's instruction
to the jury on the law and processes to be applied to make the jury decisions in the case.
Another way to minimize code size with modern MCUs is to analyze typical application programs and assign the shortest instruction
codes to the most commonly used instructions
means matching instruction
to meet the different needs of learners.
: an outline of how something is to be done <Follow the instructions
on the box.>
A direct instruction
approach is a learning process, a method and a model that designs, prepares, presents, deals, and manages several organized steps, procedures, and techniques, and even the amount of time that lapses from initiation of its purpose to the results of instruction
Supports for improved instruction
Schools and districts can support improved science instruction
by providing access to appropriate assistive and instructional technologies and modified curricular materials.
For instance, representative client cases can be programmed into the instruction
to bridge students' learning between the classroom and live field work (Seabury, 2003), and instruction
can be tailored to the learners' current conceptual skill levels (Desrochers & Gentry, 2005).
Policy should clearly define the institution's calculation of faculty load for course development and instruction
and should also address teaching load for instruction
and the initial creation of the online course.
In most recent years, the rapid increase to incorporate technology into the curriculum in institutions of higher education has led tenured professor's to question the effectiveness of traditional instruction
. The use of technology or web-enhanced courses is up-and-coming as the most common method of instruction
in most institutions of higher learning.
If passed, SB 96 would require the Utah State Board of Education to "establish certain curriculum requirements and policies relating to instruction
on theories of the origins of life." In particular, the bill states that "if instruction
is given to students on any theory regarding the origins of life, or the origins or present state of the human race, then that instruction
shall stress that not all scientists agree on which theory is correct." Nor, continues the bill, should the instruction
"endorse a particular theory regarding the origins of life or the origins or present state of the human race." Nowhere in the bill will you find the term "intelligent design," but that theory certainly comes to mind when one mentions "alternative theories of the origin of the human race."
Clearly the situation should not be viewed as an indictment of this prestigious conservatory and the quality of instruction
To explain such phenomena, Baron and Galizio (1983) have suggested a twofold effect of reinforcing instruction-following behavior: The particular behavior specified by the instruction
is reinforced, but instruction-following as a class is also strengthened.