Origin of practicumGerman praktikum from Late Latin practicum, neuter of practicus, active: see practice
A medical student doing her practicum at the local hospital.
An example of practicum is clinical work in a hospital when you are studying to be a nurse.
Origin of practicumGerman Praktikum from Late Latin prācticum neuter of prācticus practical ; see practical .
(plural practicums or practica)
From Late Latin, neuter of practicus (“practical"), from Ancient Greek Ï€ÏÎ±ÎºÏ„Î¹ÎºÏŒÏ‚ (praktikÃ³s, “of or pertaining to action, concerned with action or business, active, practical"), from Ï€ÏÎ¬ÏƒÏƒÏ‰ (prassÅ, “I do").
- FSU's graduate certificate in event management includes four courses: event planning management, event marketing, event management issues in ethics and risk management, and a practicum in event management.
- As part of the practicum, students must also work in the role of giving feedback and assistance to other students in the class, just as one would do as the instructor of any yoga class in the studio.
- These standards assure quality for the student-teacher and future students of that teacher in areas of practicum, physical practice, methodology, philosophy, and physiology.
- A "collegium pastorale practicum" for the care of the sick and poor was in consequence founded by him at Jena, which the authorities at once broke up as a "Zinzendorfian institution."