[ UK /ˌɛdʒuːkˈeɪʃənˌɪst/ ]
- a specialist in the theory of education
How To Use educationist In A Sentence
- He called upon the educationists to join hands for formulating a strategy that benefits all rather than exceptionally a few.
- The highlight of the event is a series of interactive sessions involving school children, teachers, farmers, educationists, media representatives and development experts.
- Jin Yuelin is not only the most accomplished philosopher and logician, but also an outstanding educationist of modern China.
- The good results have attracted a lot of attention from educationists.
- Massachusetts, the home state of seminal "American educationist" Horace Mann, has a history of being on the cutting edge of public school "reform", and Kennedy certainly fit well within that culture. What is Sen. Ted Kennedy's "Catholic legacy"?
- ‘There will be a demonstration on reptiles like snakes, terrapins, skinks and tortoises, that will look at how they adapt to the environment,’ says zoo educationist Imelda Matlala.
- This exaggeration of the function of education expressed by the word multiplicity deserves a little consideration, for it would appear that our educationists overlook the fact that the organism with which they have to deal is going through the most critical period of its existence. The Art of Living in Australia
- Educationists must modify or supplement teacher training courses soas to cater for those who will work in rural schools.
- Educationists should build the capacities of the spirit of inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial and moral leadership among students and become their role model. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
- They could argue that he cannot offer intellectual ideas on the matter because he is an educationist who speaks educationese.