Evolution of the 'Educationist'

Hanson, Martin
January 2010
Investigate;Jan2010, Vol. 10 Issue 108, p42
The article discusses the evolution of education system in the U.S. It mentions that educators have evolved in becoming facilitators and facilitators to educationists. It states that planning is done in research project teachers who considers a student's way of thinking and to assess on what the students are learning and how educators interact and respond to it. Moreover, teachers are encouraged to create opportunities to these response.


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