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ed·u·ca·tion·al

 (ĕj′ə-kā′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to education.
2. Serving to educate; instructive: an educational film.

ed′u·ca′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.educationally - in an educational manner; "the assistant masters formed a committee of their own to consider what could be done educationally for the town"
Translations

educationally

[ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃnəlɪ] ADV [stimulate, encourage] → desde el punto de vista educativo
educationally, the school is very gooddesde el punto de vista educativo, el colegio es muy bueno
educationally backward adultsadultos mpl con carencias educativas
educationally deprived childrenniños mpl privados de educación
educationally sound principlesprincipios mpl con una base pedagógica sólida
educationally subnormalcon dificultades de aprendizaje

educationally

[ˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃənəli] adv
(as regards education) [subnormal, disadvantaged] → sur le plan éducatif
[sound, valuable] → du point de vue pédagogiqueeducational park n (US) complexe scolaire et universitaireeducational psychologist npsychopédagogue mfeducational psychology npsychopédagogie feducational technology ntechnologie f de l'enseignementeducation authority n (British)délégation f départementale de l'enseignement

educationally

advpädagogisch; (= relating to school)schulisch; educationally subnormallernbehindert; to stimulate the youngsters educationallydie Jugendlichen durch Lernen stimulieren

educationally

[ˌɛdjʊˈkeɪʃnlɪ] advdal punto di vista dell'istruzione
the educationally deprived → le persone culturalmente svantaggiate
References in classic literature ?
He perceived that these new tenants might be of value educationally.
No one can come into contact with the race for twenty years, as I have done in the heart of the South, without being convinced that the race is constantly making slow but sure progress materially, educationally, and morally.
But from now on, this commission can effectively work towards the welfare and upliftment of people belonging to the socially and educationally backward classes.
I here propose to examine the neural processes underlying these reinstatement and integration processes during learning of educationally relevant information and explore how actively controlling them can benefit educational knowledge building.
Theatre chief executive Philip Bernays said: "The work is of real value culturally, socially and educationally and it is not a decision we have taken lightly, but we have to protect the longer term interests of the theatre.
ERIC Descriptors: Educationally Disadvantaged; Rural Areas; Foreign Countries; Middle Schools; Middle School Students; Indigenous Populations; Academic Achievement; Numeracy; Intervention; Mathematics Instruction; Effect Size
THE HUMAN resource ministry's ( HRD) much talked- about ' model' degree colleges to be set up in 374 educationally backward districts seems to have run into rough weather.
EOF programs support students from low-income or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.
Every parent wants their child to succeed in life and a healthy level of competition can help, but not if it becomes destructive socially, emotionally or educationally.
Internet-based educators are seeking to convince the board, and the public, that their virtual labs are educationally sound, pointing out that their students earn high scores on the A.
As engagingly entertaining as it is educationally informative, "Ambient Space" is the first of a planted series taken from NASA archives and a welcome addition to any personal, academic, or community library DVD collection.
Many of America's children living in poverty are being left behind educationally because sufficient planning to ensure their well-being and development during early childhood has not taken place.

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