Edu Terms Starting With F
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It is a form used by students in the United States to apply for financial assistance, including grants, work-study opportunities, and loans, to help cover the costs of higher education.
Fixed mindset refers to a belief or attitude that individuals hold about their abilities and intelligence, viewing them as fixed and unchangeable traits.
Formative assessment is an ongoing, interactive, and iterative assessment process used by educators to monitor student learning and provide timely feedback during the instructional process.
FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, a federal law in the United States that protects the privacy of student education records.
The flipped classroom is an instructional approach that reverses the traditional sequence of learning activities.
A flexible class, also known as a flexible learning environment, refers to a classroom setting or educational approach that emphasizes adaptability and responsiveness to the diverse needs and preferences of students.
Face-to-face learning, also known as in-person learning, refers to the traditional mode of education where students attend classes physically in a physical classroom setting with their teachers and peers.
A faculty member, also known as an academic faculty or professor, is an educator and scholar who holds a teaching and/or research position at an educational institution, such as a college or university.
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