educatee

NOUN
  1. a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
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How To Use educatee In A Sentence

  • The achievement of the expected goal in teaching of ideological political theory has a close relationship with the educatee -the psychology and thought of the college students.
  • I don't know who Jason Vick is but, since Collegiate Times is Virginia Tech's student newspaper, I'll assume he is an educatee there and is (a) young enough to have not lived in the 200 years when flag burning was in fact illegal but (b) old enough and educated enough to know that to be the case. Archive 2006-06-01
  • I am not advising that you have to be a advanced educatee of the fields of anatomy and physiology. American Chronicle
  • Aesthetic education of design enlightens educatee on the development of their personality and the consciousness of their creativity.
  • It is the only piece of academical learning that the finished educatee retains. Nightmare Abbey
  • The distance between moral education and students' life, the distance between moral educator and educatee and the deviation in moral evaluation are factors from the aspect of education.
  • A training model contains the structure of knowledge and abilities, which the educator constructs for the educatee, and the methods to realize it.
  • Nurturance education have three main factors: educator, educatee and training activity, which involved in many aspects such as families, schools and society.
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