educationese

educationese

(ˌɛdjʊˌkeɪʃəˈniːz)
n
(Education) the jargon that is associated with education and teaching
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Just in the nick of time, you might think, but when you read the story on Missouri News Horizon's website, you will find that the great reformer, one Michelle Rhee, is serving up the usual empty portions of educationese we expect from aspiring reformers.
all of pedagogy and educationese and all of common sense.
That's educationese for learning how to repair lawn mower engines.
Translated from educationese, higher order critical thinking is the ability to construct and/or extrapolate abstract meaning in and from a variety of settings and medium.
Such reasoning is nonsense and is precisely the kind of educationese that has eroded public trust in the performance of faculty in higher education.
The story of the Tower of Babel is the story of the world's first bureaucracy, right down to the strange tongues, which in schools are called educationese and bureaucratese.
As the state panel observed in fluent educationese, "The university seems to have underestimated the need for continuous socialization of important issues with various constituencies.
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