define educational

define educational

Define educational
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People attending an educational lecture.

Define educational
This is why arguments for little to no federal oversight of education are so disturbing.
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Johnson’s simile referred to his view of Scottish education.

  • If it [learning] lights upon the mind that is dull and heavy, like a crude and undigested mass it makes it duller and heavier, and chokes it up —Michel De Montaigne
  • Learning in old age is like writing on sand; learning in youth is like engraving on stone —Solomon Ibn Gabirol
  • Learning is like rowing upstream: not to advance is to drop back —Chinese proverb
  • Learning, like money, may be of so base a coin as to be utterly void of use —William Shenstone
  • Learning without thought is labor lost —Confucius
  • Many a scholar is like a cashier: he has the key to much money, but the money is not his —Ludwig Boerne
  • Modern education is a contradiction. It’s like a three-year-old kid with a computer in his hand who can multiply 10.6 per cent interest of $11,653, but doesn’t know if a dime is larger or smaller than a nickel —Erma Bombeck
  • The need of a teacher to believe now and again that she fosters genius is like the writer’s need to believe that he is one —Lael Tucker Wertenbaker
  • Rolling on like a great growing snowball through the vast field of medical knowledge —William James
  • A scholar is like a book written in a dead language: it is not everyone that can read in it —William Hazlitt
  • A scholar should be like a leather bottle, which admits no wind; like a deep garden bed, which retains its moisture; like a pitch-coated vessel, which preserves its wine; and like a sponge, which absorbs everything —The Talmud
  • Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre, but they are more deadly in the long run —Mark Twain
  • Students are like acorns and oaks, there’s a lot more bark to the oak and a lot more nuttiness in the acorn —Anon
  • Study is like the heaven’s glorious sun —William Shakespeare
  • Take it in like blotting paper —Mavis Gallant
    • Critically analyzing text (e.g. historical, policy, newspaper, film, etc. depending on the discipline)
    • Critically analyzing evidence, arguments, and opposing interpretations
    • Challenging underlying assumptions and values, and offering alternatives
    • Recognizing the importance of context

    In broad terms, Educational Goals are statements that describe the competences, skills, and attributes that students should possess upon completion of a course or program. They often operate within the interacting domains of knowledge, skills and attitudes.