Education synonyms and antonyms

ĕj'ə-kā'shən

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Education obtained through experience or exposure:
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Erudition is defined as the knowledge of an expert in a subject gained through reading and study.
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A sum of money paid for instruction (such as in a high school, boarding school, university, or college).
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The information indicated by a gauge or graduated instrument.
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The act by which someone is coached.
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The definition of erudite is someone who has wide range of knowledge and is well-read.
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(Uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.
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Advice or assistance, as that given to students by vocational or educational counselors
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A philosophical movement of the 1700s that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions and that brought about many humanitarian reforms. Used with the.
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Wise discourse or teaching
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The act of instructing; education
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A set of questions designed to determine knowledge.
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The act, practice, occupation, or profession of a teacher.
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The teaching profession
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Tutelage is the education or protection of someone.
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The teaching of something by using frequent repetition
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Preparation is defined as the level of readiness.
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The process of directing learning
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To teach or instruct a person or group.
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Devotion of time or attention to the improvement of (something)
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The process of directing learning
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The art, system, or use of propaganda
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An aspect, line of development, way, trend, etc.
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The environmental influences that contribute to the development of an individual; see also nature.
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The teaching profession
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The activity of imparting and acquiring skills.
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Alternative form of book-learning.
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The process of directing learning
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Understanding of something (ex. computer literacy)
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The art and science of teaching.
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The process of directing learning
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The definition of a writing is a book, poem, letter or article.
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Information relevant to the current situation about past events; history.
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Upbringing or education, especially in proper social behavior.
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Delicacy or elegance of language, speech, manners, etc.; polish; cultivation
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the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students); created 1979
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The effort to acquire knowledge, as by reading, observation, or research:
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Act of raising young.
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Having or showing a strong interest in scholarship or learning.
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Of or constituting an educational method in which learning takes place through discoveries that result from investigations made by the student.
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Well-educated; having or showing extensive knowledge, learning, or culture
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All that has been perceived or grasped by the mind; learning; enlightenment
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A teacher.
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The act or practice of proselytizing
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The process of directing learning
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A set of reformist educational philosophies and methods that emphasize individual instruction, informality in the classroom, and the use of group discussions and laboratories as instructional techniques.
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Acquired by learning or experience:
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Of or relating to literacy or learning.
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A fixed series of studies required, as in a college, for graduation, qualification in a major field of study, etc.
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Pedantry is an excessive attention to the rules or paying strong attention to the minor points of learning.
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The act of indoctrinating, or the condition of being indoctrinated
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The art or science of teaching; esp., instruction in teaching methods
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The act of delivering a lecture or harangue.
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The teaching profession
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To prepare physically, as with a regimen:
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The process of directing learning
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The condition of, or the time served by, an apprentice
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the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students); created 1979
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Culture is defined as a high degree of taste, knowledge and interest in arts, literature and other scholarly fields.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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(Uncountable) The sum of knowledge accrued by scholars; the realm of refined learning.
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Edification is defined as spiritual, moral or intellectual improvement.
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The reason for one's ruin; downfall:
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The system of logic, philosophy, and theology of medieval university scholars, or schoolmen, from the 10th to the 15th century, based upon Aristotelian logic, the writings of the early Christian fathers, and the authority of tradition and dogma
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To nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child.
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The definition of ignorance is being unaware, uneducated or unknowledgeable.
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Having, or showing the results of, a good education
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Science is observing, studying and experimenting to learn how the world works. This includes the departments of learning and bodies of fact in disciplines such as anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, cybernetics, geography, geology, mathematics, medicine, physics, physiology, psychology, social science, sociology, and zoology.
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the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill
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Alternative spelling of brain-washing.
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