Translation of educational in Spanish:


docente, adj.

Pronunciation /ɛdjʊˈkeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l//ˌɛdʒəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l/


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    (establishment) docente
    (establishment) de enseñanza
    • There is a distinction between special educational needs and other needs.
    • Its report is part of a wider review of special educational needs provision in the district.
    • The proportion of students with special educational needs is below average.
    • The majority argued that racial diversity was a legitimate goal for educational institutes.
    • Overseas texts vary because of the market size and often the educational context.
    • Local retired primary teachers visited the centre to assist the educational programme.
    • Adult social class and income were strongly related to educational level.
    • No one would seek to deny the link between educational achievement and social conditions.
    • What, then, is the educational ethos in these schools, and what do they teach?
    • Each of the educational theories presented here can guide our teaching practices.
    • Redistribution of educational funding was not reflected in the achievement of the bulk of pupils.
    • And this is by no means purely institutional or confined to the educational process.
    • Her ultimate ambition is to empower and enable people through educational achievement.
    • Speaking English as a second language has no real impact on educational achievement.
    • It would infuse the vitality of a free market and thus break the state educational monopoly.
    • Parents will look to the state as the sole provider of educational funds for their children.
    • New forms of educational content for schools have also been pioneered in Hull.
    • This is a disgrace for a college that claims progressive employment and educational policies.
    • A French educational system was developed and a French university established in Hanoi.
    • Numerous studies have shown that boys are falling behind girls in terms of educational achievement.
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    (toy) educativo
    (toy) instructivo
    (method) pedagógico
    • He is also visiting schools to give informal educational talks about his experiences.
    • In addition to educational information, the site has articles on health and leisure.
    • Information materials and educational packages are available to help in this task.
    • The indoor aquarium has been set up as an educational tool for students and researchers.
    • They have an educational web site where you can learn about the dolphins that visit the resort.
    • We've always known school is educational in far more ways than academics can cover.
    • The book is an educational experience for the layman who is also a practising Christian.
    • The former could be used in a school educational film teaching tolerance.
    • The Associated Press reported that a few got queasy but that others found it an educational experience.
    • The headteacher said it had been an enjoyable and educational week.
    • During practical training, ward rounds and outpatient clinics should be educational.
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    (publisher) de libros de texto
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