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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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Ffred Ffransis: 'It's a job for educationalists not for bureaucrats'
The Teacher's Day is celebrated annually on September 5 in India to mark the birth anniversary of the country's first vice-president, second president and eminent educationalist Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
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.
A notebook computer designed in conjunction with educationalists, students, teachers and technicians to be used in the classroom has been unveiled by RM, a provider of ICT to UK education.
There is a proven, explicit connection between the quality of architecture and what educationalists call 'the learning outcome', and the best educational buildings, as in the best education, successfully orchestrate a balance between overall discipline and particular event, between framework and improvization.
The decline of educational standards in the United Kingdom has become a constant topic of discussion and lament among politicians, 'educationalists' and concerned parents.
For a long time, scientific knowledge on children and childhood was almost exclusively produced by educationalists and developmental psychologists.
The present crisis in Western culture is due to the separation of modern culture from its religious basis, "a disastrous process." 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.
President Wafaq-ul-Madaris, Dr Abdul Razzaq Sikandar and other leaders including Maulana Anwaar ul Haq, Mufti Mohammad Rafi Usman and Maulana Mohammad Hanif Jalandhri urged prominent educationalists to visit examination halls and pinpoint any anomaly in the examination system.
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