Definition of teaching fellow in English:

teaching fellow

Line breaks: teach|ing fel¦low

noun

A postgraduate student who carries out teaching or laboratory duties in return for accommodation, tuition, or expenses.
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  • The week also included smaller breakout sessions for students and for teaching fellows.
  • Already, the center has begun supporting a teaching fellow from the FIU College of Education who's working at an Algebra Project site in Jackson, Miss.
  • Among my teaching fellows was an Orthodox Jew, a woman preparing for the Episcopal priesthood, an Irish Catholic (from Ireland), an Indian Christian (from India), and two agnostics.

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