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educationalist

(1) A person in the UK who educates or mentors students (e.g., a senior GP educationalist, who works under the director and supervising other GP educators); professional educator.

(2) A person who studies the process of learning.
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A second plausible reason that educational leaders across the country are beginning to support mentoring is the recognition of the unprecedented number of veteran teachers who are nearing retirement (Torres-Guzman & Goodwin, 1995).
The House began consideration of the proposal after controversy erupted last December over new FCC criteria for educational programming.
When some stations tried skirting the law, children's television advocates pressed to mandate an hour a day for educational programming.
They have learned that the present innovation will be gone in a year," notes Thomas Guskey, an educational researcher at the University of Kentucky.
This lack of educational requirements posed no problem since the management and administration of the law library of the nineteenth century was a relatively straightforward task, of ten merely a custodial one.
Trainers also need to know how to apply or incorporate this technology into their individual educational systems.
Chyten will provide the educational services for which it's most recognized: exemplary teacher training, continuous curriculum development, and a complete set of on/off site support services for every franchise owner.
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They suggest that the very presence of educational policy is an indication of the bureaucratic and institutional nature of the school, and that educational policy is a reflection of the institutionalized, bureaucratic beliefs about education held by policymakers in general.
For the past two decades, however, the FCC has encouraged ITFS licensees to lease excess ITFS channel capacity for commercial purposes to further the policy goals of encouraging full use of the spectrum and promoting competitive commercial communications systems, while at the same time providing support for educational services.
For educational expenses, the provider must be a qualified organization under Sec.
As a recognized educational agency, organized camping appears to have come of age.

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