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facilitator

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfacilitatorfa‧cil‧i‧tat‧or /fəˈsɪləteɪtə $ -ər/ AWL noun [countable]  1 HELPsomeone who helps a group of people discuss things with each other or do something effectively2 technicalHELP something that helps a process to take place
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facilitatorThis suggests that language is not necessary for the development of logical operations, but it clearly acts as a facilitator.Whereas the managers saw the manager as boss, for the subordinates the manager was a facilitator.Further, the curriculum development role had four main versions: curriculum manager; curriculum consultant; curriculum enhancer; curriculum facilitator.I give him a hug and am joined by the facilitator in a therapeutic bear-hug.The tutor is the facilitator of learning, and the learner is active.The role of the facilitators is therefore crucial.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfacilitatorfa‧cil‧i‧ta‧tor /fəˈsɪləteɪtə-ər/ noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES someone who helps a group of people discuss things with each other or do something effectivelyWe see our role as facilitators who can get the negotiations going.facilitate verb [transitive]
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