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educator

(ĕj′oo-kā″tĕr)
A person who demonstrates, instructs, leads, or teaches clients, families, patients, or students.
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Educators Rising microcredentials are mapped to Educators Rising Standards for aspiring teachers, developed in partnership with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards through a grant from the National Education Association.
As many as 743 female educators and 456 male educators will be appointed out of total 1199 educators.
As a result of the discussion focused on preparation of teacher educators as distinct from teachers, we initiated a call for manuscripts focused on teacher educator practices and professional development.
Part II: Conceptualizing Visions for Teacher Educators through Standards presents a chapter for each of the current nine ATE standards.
The core competencies are a valuable resource for nurse educators and have the potential to transform nursing education by inspiring excellence in nurse educator practice.
This article describes the work of health educators.
By focusing on what is tested, educators have a clear target.
The low tenure rate, reported in the last 5 years, for allied health and nursing educators is often attributed to the faculty members underperformance in the scholarship domain.
Using netTrekker search engines, educators, school librarians, students, and parents save valuable time because they are directed to relevant, reliable, educator-selected websites every time -- meaning less time spent on searching and more time focused on learning.
In January, staff began teaching educators and social service agencies in participating schools to use the tool.
Interfaith educators see their ultimate task as cultivating and sustaining social cohesion and a culture of peace.
This is the only portion of the radio spectrum that for 40 years has been used by educators for the delivery of instructional programming.

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