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ⓘ Itinerant teacher




                                     

ⓘ Itinerant teacher

Itinerant teachers are traveling schoolteachers. They are sometimes specialized to work in the trades, healthcare, or the field of special education, sometimes providing individual tutoring. Historically, the term has also been used to describe traveling teachers in regions without formal schools, as well as the sophists of Ancient Greece, the disciples of Jesus of Nazareth, and even Jesus of Nazareth himself. Itinerant lecturers include James Ferguson.

                                     
  • American film producer, director and screenwriter Naphtali Herz Imber, itinerant poet, wrote lyrics of Hatikvah, national anthem of Israel Winfried Herz
  • Gyrovagues sometimes Gyrovagi or Gyruvagi were wandering or itinerant monks without fixed residence or leadership, who relied on charity and the hospitality
  • September 8, 1893 was an American itinerant painter who at various times was also a poet, composer, musician, music teacher sculptor and draftsman. Granger
  • 1639 Stoop went to live in Italy and afterwards seems to have led an itinerant existence. While in Lisbon and became Court painter to the Princess Catherine
  • itinerant dance in eighteenth century Scandinavia: The dance entrepreneur Martin Nurenbach Anne Margrete Fiskvik, Where highbrow taste met itinerant dance
  • education she had only received instruction from itinerant teachers Finnish kiertokoulut, literally itinerant schools and at a factory school. Sillanpaa
  • apprentice in the mid - 1820s. He then studied with Antoine Meucci, an itinerant miniaturist painter, between 1826 and 1827. Hudson s learning then continued
  • cheder where his father served as a teacher He married in 1825. For many years he was an impoverished, itinerant schoolmaster. Mapu gained financial

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