educationist[ ej-oo-key-shuh-nist or ej-oo-key-shuh-nl-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF educationist
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This is a principle then of which the Educationist should take advantage.
The book has its interest for the educationist as well as for the manufacturer.
As an educationist, Comenius holds a prominent place in history.
There are some questions which escape the doctor, unless he is also an educationist and a psychologist.
An "eminent Yorkshire educationist" introduced the same rules into the establishment under his charge.
It recognizes his worth and distinguished ability, as a writer, as an educationist, and as a patriot.
Here I am obliged to mention something which as an educationist I can by no means pass lightly by.
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.
The first great question with the Educationist then should be, "Does Nature ever teach?"