relating to or involving the changes that take place in something over a period of time, especially in a language
relating to the first and most basic things that you learn about a subject
relating to the first years of school
mainly American postgraduate
mainly American graduate studies and courses are for students who already have a degree. The usual British word is postgraduate.
hands-on experience or training involves you doing something rather than just reading about it or watching other people do it
formal intended or used for teaching people about something
linguistics related to the use of phonics in the teaching of reading
relating to work or research done after finishing a PhD
British relating to study done after receiving your first university degree. The American word is graduate.
American relating to work or studies done after receiving an advanced degree such as an MA or a PhD
relating to the education of children between the ages of about five and eleven
a pure subject of study, especially in science, deals only with theory and not with the way the theory is used
relating to the education of children between the ages of 11 and 16 or 18
taught by yourself instead of by teachers or other people
if you work or study under a particular person, they are your employer or teacher