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Synonyms for knower

a person who knows or apprehends

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Flexibility in choice is essential for both students and teachers, as found in the Continuum of Choice model, where the teacher becomes, in the words of Palmer, a "mediator of relationship between the knower and the known" (Palmer, p.
Dawley, as cemetery commission; and Cynthia Hastings-Brutvan, 313 Knower Road, is looking to replace Louise M.
And it is here that one finds the profound meaning of the locomotive ability of knowers: this capacity liberates knowers from the confines of space and ultimately is at the service of an intelligence that explores.
In addition to the knowledge code, the LCT approach also draws on the concept of the knower code.
Factual prophecy Our Creator is the Knower of the past, present and future.
Even so, he has to contend with some problems, among which are the following: (a) multiple attributes would seem to make God many; (b) divine power requires a divine agency to be exercised; (c) knowledge presupposes a knower and a distinct object of knowledge.
The legacy of interpretive pedagogy is severely at risk, he says, and the solution must begin at the very basic pedagogy: the relationship between teacher and taught, between learning learner and text, between the knower and the knowing.
Significantly, the situated and social nature of the role of teacher leader within a school necessitates a focus in professional learning programs on the ways in which the institutional context of school and the cultural contexts around teacher as professional constrain or enable the stance of teacher leader as knower.
But a problem arises here because, if a first transition is either not an alteration at all or is an alteration that is not a kind of destruction of something by its contrary', what are we to make of the claim, at 417a31-2, that a potential knower becomes an actual knower, having been altered through learning, i.
The first two create a Deus ex machina to connect the knower to the world; Berkeley collapses the world into our ideas of it.
Because qualified knowers were those with the education and background that he was still in the process of obtaining, Jeremiah's sense of himself as a knower was emerging, but cautiously.
Their life writing serves to delineate two different kinds of knowledge--the autobiographical act is, for these designers, implicated in the construction of themselves as particular kinds of (French) knowers, against the knower implied by the empiricism of the United States.
A knower organization is a "private organization that knows more than the consumer about a seller's reputation or about the quality and safety of the seller's products.
He charts the stages through which the Self has to pass before finally arriving at its point of perfection, enabling the knower of the Self to become the vice-regent of Allah.