15 examples of Academically in a sentence
Guys are flaming out academically; they're wiping out socially with girls and sexually with women.
I have had classes that were so low, so
deficient, that I cried.
So I looked at the countries whose students perform well academically, and looked at what they're doing to help their teachers improve.
Even the brightest students from these poor communities weren't
prepared for six years of medical training, so a bridging course was set up in sciences.
Academically, ELAM is tough, but 80 percent of its students graduate.
A few years ago, Brianna started to struggle
It is possible to create emotionally and physically safe classrooms where students also thrive
Not surprisingly, they do better
Whether it's academically, socially - I was definitely an introvert for a reason.
As I grew up and I advanced academically, my reality was further separated from my education.
As teachers, we work every day to provide support socially, emotionally and
to our students who come to us with diverse and tough circumstances.
At school, I will admit this: academically, I couldn't express myself.
I mean, it sometimes feels, listening to behavioral economists that they are kind of putting into place academically, what great marketers have sort of intuitively known for a long time.
While this film may seem
sound and well-researched, it does not once mention what I thought was rather widely regarded as the most practicable alternative to petroleum fuel, the conversion of coal into synthetic fuels using the Fischer-Tropsch process.
But, though she outperformed the men in her recruitment class academically, she was unable to compete for promotion.