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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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At the end of the ceremony, the chief guest honoured educationalists including teachers, administrators, technicians, social specialists, parents councils representatives, scout leaders, personalities who contributed in education march besides a number of private groups and the distinguished schools and educational regions in various educational fields.
People in general are not sufficiently aware of how great the responsibility of education has been for this crisis, nor have educationalists really faced the disconcerting fact that the more education has advanced, the more secularized has modem civilization become:
Whereas evolutionism did have a substantial impact on Dutch science and on liberal and social-democratic political theory, [28] educationalists also continued to prefer reformist optimism to Darwinian pessimism when it came to possibilities of molding a child's character.
The college will feature on the Internet and the National Grid of Learning, to be accessed by teachers and educationalists.
Dolen Cymru has received [pounds sterling] 250,000 from the National Lottery to extend the project to the rest of Wales, to purchase key textbooks and to produce original material in Sesotho, in cooperation with teachers and educationalists from Lesotho.
The study was announced during a Promethean hosted visit by senior educationalists from China to a London school.
MANY politicians, journalists, environmentalists, educationalists and trade unionists think money grows on trees and do not understand the importance of business to the British economy, a former trade minister has said.
I can think of lots of educationalists who would like to work in a school with your forethought.
At the end of the ceremony, the Information Ministry Undersecretary, the chief guest, honored the distinguished educationalists and a number of male and female students.
An announcement here on Saturday said that by gathering teachers, administrators, future leaders and non-governmental organizations on a single platform to acknowledge leadership in education from across the world, the two-day conference run by global education motivators, teachers and educators served to highlight the role of educationalists from Karachi, Pakistan; Chennai, India; Burnaby, Canada; Mexico City, Mexico; Manila, Philippines and the US, while highlighting inspiring initiatives world-wide towards promoting and teaching peace within the classrooms.
FIVE years after the introduction of compulsory school councils in Wales, educationalists are being asked to look more closely at whether the system is really working for children and young people.
Educationalists say typing skills are more important than writing in the age of the computer.

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