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educability

(SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION) the capacity to benefit from formal education, assumed to be affected by differences in patterns of child rearing and physical support.
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(1972) Basic component in the motor performance of educable mentally disabled children Implications for Curriculum development U.S.
Y en este punto, podriamos recordar esas variables educables del gusto de las que habla Gerard.
On economics, therefore, Trump seems less educable. This does not bode well for Southeast Asia.
El encuentro con el sujeto educable desde su humanidad, desde el intercambio de experiencias, y desde modelos de acercamiento y relacion diversos, interestructurantes (De Zubiria, 2006), dialogantes, humanizantes, es pues, condicion necesaria en un proceso educativo no instructivo.
The author draws on historical, policy, media, and school-based research to make his argument over nine chapters, covering the troubling uses of race, migration, and learner-citizenship in compulsory education, assembling othe Irisho as an educable race in the nineteenth century, purity and diversity as love for the nation, and a variety of other related subjects.
(I shall give a full description of this game one of these days; one can imbibe a lot of philosophy from it if one is an educable type of person.) Nter was only for boys, which may give you a clue as to the psychological machismo that was attached to it.
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At the same time, children are eminently educable, and it is our obligation to prepare them to take their place as responsible and participating members of a democratic society.
Santiago said any person, who was "educable and willing to study and model the best can develop "world-class leadership skills."
La Follette seems to have possessed a quality rare among politicians in our own day: He was educable. That is, he was open to learning, freely drawing on insights formulated by others to hone his own perspective.
It's an inconvenient reality and an ugly truth, but in the employment stakes derby a college degree today serves the same purpose formerly satisfied with a high school diploma: a certification of sorts that someone is educable, as in capable of learning tasks required for a specific job for a prospective employer.
La fe es perfectamente educable, es decir, se puede transmitir en un proceso de aprendizaje-ensenanza.