Educational

  • (adj): Relating to the process of education.
    Example: "Educational psychology"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on educational:

The Salisbury Review - Honeyford Affair
... for the Review in 1984 discussed themes on ethnicity, culture and assimilation, and educational performance ... public his views in two letters in 1982, to the Times Educational Supplement (TES) and a local Bradford paper, and then in an extended article in the TES in November 1982 ... of points, in particular on where the onus for integration and the limiting factors for educational performance lie in the home family environment in immigrant families ...
Educational Leadership
... of teachers, pupils, and parents toward achieving common educational aims ... This term is often used synonymously with educational leadership in the United States and has supplanted educational management in the United Kingdom ... Several universities in the United States offer graduate degrees in educational leadership ...
Education In Bulgaria - History of Bulgarian Education
... in 1878, it started laying the foundations of its educational system ... Educational process in Bulgaria was disrupted during the Balkan Wars (1912 - 1913) and World War I ... Union had a great impact on Bulgarian educational system ...
Educational Evaluation
... Educational evaluation is the evaluation process of characterizing and appraising some aspect/s of an educational process ... There are two common purposes in educational evaluation which are, at times, in conflict with one another ... Educational institutions usually require evaluation data to demonstrate effectiveness to funders and other stakeholders, and to provide a measure of performance for ...
Networked Learning
... Networked learning is practised in both informal and formal educational settings ... through networked communication is formally facilitated, assessed and/or recognised by an educational organisation ... It has been suggested that networked learning offers educational institutions more functional efficiency, in that the curriculum can be more tightly managed centrally, or in the case of ...

More definitions of "educational":

  • (adj): Providing knowledge.
    Example: "An educational film"

Famous quotes containing the word educational:

    I am not willing to be drawn further into the toils. I cannot accede to the acceptance of gifts upon terms which take the educational policy of the university out of the hands of the Trustees and Faculty and permit it to be determined by those who give money.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    Although good early childhood programs can benefit all children, they are not a quick fix for all of society’s ills—from crime in the streets to adolescent pregnancy, from school failure to unemployment. We must emphasize that good quality early childhood programs can help change the social and educational outcomes for many children, but they are not a panacea; they cannot ameliorate the effects of all harmful social and psychological environments.
    Barbara Bowman (20th century)

    We do not have to get our children to learn; only to allow and encourage them in their learning. We do not have to dictate what they should learn; only to discern and respond to what it is that they are learning. Such responsiveness is at once the most educational and the most loving.
    Polly Berrien Berends (20th century)