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transmit (knowledge or skills)

transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

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Educators, too, have changes to face in this new teaching environment moving from being the imparter of knowledge to being the creator of learning opportunities and moderator of discussions (Salmon 2004).
The title "satyaguru" denotes both the location of true knowledge and the imparter of this knowledge.
In his later life and identity as Yerloburka, or Kaurna 'old man of the sea', O'Brien is now probably the most prominent Kaurna elder in the true sense of the word, meaning a teacher and imparter of wisdom.
The School of Life has so often been a better imparter of wisdom and experience than any educational establishment.
He is not an instructor, a mere imparter of facts, but a teacher, an inspirer of independent thinking and searching after truth regardless of prejudice, precedent, convention, or authority.
The teacher acts as facilitator of learning instead of imparter of information, asking questions, probing student understanding, and encouraging active learning.
Is the teacher's job that of diagnostician and imparter of information?
The primary teaching role has changed over time from imparter of knowledge to facilitator of learning, something that is important in the information or knowledge society in which we live.
The "School of Life" has so often been a better imparter of wisdom and experience than any educational establishment.
In contrast, ELs may come from educational settings that use a traditional approach where the teachers are the authoritative imparters of knowledge, and the students are merely empty receptacles.
In the university context, the presence of the traditional pedagogical model is predominant and is marked by the notion of professors as unquestionable imparters of knowledge, passed on to students through an extremely expository approach by the teacher, in which there is a lack of interaction between professors and students, as well as among students, students are expected to memorize information, and the classroom atmosphere is individualistic and competitive (Pimenta & Anastasiou, 2010).