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    Definition: 1. a A social role with the primary responsibility for increasing rates of learning beyond that which learners may accomplish in other ways. b A person, machine, or situation that increases rates of learning in and out of schools. c A set of duties assigned to some people and machines outside of schools, including in the human services, industry, and military.

    2. Generally refers to a person who meets qualifications to serve under contract to increase learning rates by instructing learners in identified subjects in or out of schools.

    3. One who shows, tells, etc. others ways to apply principles of learning to solve a problem.

    3. Manages risks of failure to learn to solve a problem.

    4. (Tech) The role holder who gives priority to applying the Triple-Helix of learning in order to increase the efficiency of the use of scarce and nonrenewable resources (such as time) of learners; to reduce to or near to zero the number of trial-and-errors learners make to meet or exceed social expectations.

    Synonyms: ANCILLARY SCHOOL PROFESSIONALS (e.g., classroom aides, librarian, nutritionist, nurse, psychologist, psychometrist) provide services to teachers in ways that accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning promptly. FIELD TEACHER uses tools of educators in non-school settings. INSTRUCTING gives priority to the act of presenting a lesson. PARENT includes instructing family members, among other duties, to maintain the health and safety of children.

    Antonyms: ACTIVITY of someone assigned the role of teacher in or out of school that does not result in increases in social benefits received by a student.

    Highlights: Teaching results in AIDed learning; teaching does not occur when learning does not occur.
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