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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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Theoretically, leading Dutch educationalists showed a clear-cut disapproval of Freudianism, because of its "pansexualism.
Another educationalist who does not see the computer as a danger is Ibrahim Al-Hamdan, director of girl's education in Baha.
The Kenderdine Montessori School in Earlsdon Avenue South, Earlsdon, was founded in 1936 by Miss Kenderdine, based on the teachings of Italian educationalist Maria Montessori.
Books, papers and pictures were originally put together by the Liberal MP and educationalist Howard Whitehouse (1873-1955), and kept at his Bembridge school in the Isle of Wight.
Mr Jones said: "Sir Henry Jones was a man who despite his humble beginnings became an eminent academic and educationalist.
Durham graduates Mr Alagiah and educationalist Sir Mike Tomlinson are among those honoured at the special ceremony in Durham Cathedral.
Writing mainly for rhetoricians and students of rhetoric as well as feminists and even general readers, she looks at the English political writer and educationalist rhetorical practice and theory.
It is one of many worldwide which follow the philosophy of German educationalist Rudolf Steiner.
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BBC news presenter George Alagiah and educationalist Sir Mike Tomlinson CBE, who are both Durham University graduates, are among those to be honoured at a special honorary degree ceremony on June 23.
The Kids' Lit Quiz was invented by educationalist Wayne Mills, who turned it into a high profile event in New Zealand before piloting a UK version in Newcastle in 2002.

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