from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of educationist.
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- n. a specialist in the theory of education.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a specialist in the theory of eduction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as educationist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a specialist in the theory of education
Self appointed 'educationalist', Ms Purvis blames mainstream unionism for condemning young Protestant men in loyalist areas to failure, because it supports academic selection!!!
In DET's case, if a site has not been categorised and approved by DET's panel of three "educationalist" experts, the site can't be accessed by students.
Yet even that description does not capture his importance: he was the first non-European to win the Nobel prize for literature; the composer of the national anthems of both India and Bangladesh; a painter; educationalist; social reformer and early feminist.
The visionary New Zealand educationalist, Sylvia Ashton Warner, burnt hers and discovered that teaching is so much simpler and clearer as a result.
Democracy and Science (both pure means) were thereby transformed into the moral ends of our century, and America's well-meaning but corrupting educationalist establishment was born. and ...
As educationalist Sir Peter Lampl, ordinarily no friend of the left, put it: "Students from privileged backgrounds are already way over-represented at our top universities and this will make matters worse."
Sweden pioneered "free schools", a policy that has been adopted by the coalition, and is also in the throes of a backlash against immigration, opening up a possible role for an educationalist with a mixed-race background.
Modern languages are close to extinction in British schools, a leading educationalist is to warn teachers.
Leading British educationalist Dylan Wiliam believes the latter will not be effective since it will take too long to implement.
In his Guardian article Aristide softens the potentially seismic impact of any return by emphasising his desire to serve his country not politically but as an educationalist.