There's a certain kind of educator one finds in Israel, especially, and especially in the past, on the kibbutzim.
Banks, who has spent nearly three decades as an educator, has a book on education reform coming out in September entitled “Soar”.
Kakenya Ntaiya, an educator and women's activist from Kenya, won the Vital Voices Global Leadership Award in 2008.
Jennings has had an illustrious career as an educator, and is especially renowned for his anti-bullying work.
As an educator, I just try to educate people, so that they know how they need to see the world as science has come to reveal it.
So they went together, and the lady complimented the writer on his success as an educator.
God is the Father of humanity, and he is also the Guide and educator of our race.
No argument is needed to point out that the educator is concerned with the logical in its practical and vital sense.
They brought an educator of their own with them and read the brains of the three men.
The educator drawing out is just as arbitrary and coercive as the instructor pouring in; for he draws out what he chooses.
1560s, "one who nourishes or rears;" 1670s, "one who trains or instructs," from Latin educator (in classical Latin, "a foster father" as well as "a tutor"), agent noun from past participle stem of educare (see educate). Latin educatrix meant "a nurse."