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educationist

[ ej-oo-key-shuh-nist ]

noun

  1. a specialist in the theory and methods of education.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of educationist1

First recorded in 1820–30; education + -ist

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Example Sentences

When he was 12, Philip moved to a novel boarding school in Germany, Schloss Salem, set up by his sister’s father-in-law and an eccentric but brilliant educationist named Kurt Hahn.

Here I am obliged to mention something which as an educationist I can by no means pass lightly by.

The enterprising lady-educationist was a Mrs. Murray, who had been a mistress in the Female Asylum.

It was a stroke of genius to invent a great educationist called Hégésippe Simon.

Such must be the conduct of the Educationist, if he expects to succeed in an equal degree.

Precisely similar should be the plan of operation pursued by the Educationist.

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