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Synonyms for leach

Synonyms for leach

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

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the process of leaching

cause (a liquid) to leach or percolate

permeate or penetrate gradually

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remove substances from by a percolating liquid

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Arnold Burron is Professor of Education and Director of the National Center for Community Consensus on Education, School for the Study of Teaching and leacher Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO 80639.
In-service teacher is defined as a certified elementary teacher or registered primary leacher who is currently teaching full-time and who has at least three years teaching experience or who is in the third year of teaching.
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Providing many "hands-on" examples and resources lot' use in teaching N*vithin the CTE classroom, this book is a great resource [or both new and veteran CTE Leachers to "survive" and "thrive" in the CTE classroom
A number of other leachers stated that laboratory work is used about once a week, highlighting reasons such as a perceived lack of available practical work; difficulty accessing equipment; not enough specialist teachers or knowledge; or, all the practical work for a four week module being placed into a one day field-trip experience covering a range of skills in a single hit.
By doing so, be not only improves student learning but also is seen by classroom leachers and administrators incorporating effective instructional strategies.