Definition of educational in English:

educational

Syllabification: ed·u·ca·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌejəˈkāSHənl
 
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adjective

Derivatives

educationalist

noun
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  • Failed ‘child-centred’ theories which took hold of education in the 1960s still retain their iron grip on educationalists and still infect teacher training colleges.
  • Yet it sometimes seems that many teachers and educationalists have forgotten these basic facts.
  • It is this group of educationalists who provide ongoing professional development to the 44,000 teachers who are committed to the learning needs of our young people.

educationally

adverb
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  • That includes providing child care, and all the things they need educationally, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually.
  • They have constructed syllabuses, profiles, outcomes and key competencies focused on a range of intellectually valid but educationally inappropriate criteria which are, for many less able students, meaningless.
  • If that pillar remains weak politically, educationally and economically, the country cannot be strong.

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