Examples of teachable in a Sentence
students who are teachable and eager to learn
The book's style makes it very teachable.
Recent Examples of teachable from the Web
In that light, this crisis is a teachable moment in just how deep the dangers of fake news go, and in how propaganda and psychological warfare will likely be waged in our time, not only in the Middle East.
The contradiction creates a teachable moment to build a larger consensus about our role in international affairs.
Aimed at cooks of all levels, McFadden’s recipes aspire for teachable moments in the kitchen made possible by cooking through the six seasons: spring, early summer, midsummer, late summer, fall and winter.
In that sense, having Collins take on the role without losing weight may have been more responsible and been a teachable moment.
The Maher conversations highlighted a common teachable moment between blacks and whites in American society, where conversations on race remain uneasy and, sometimes, familiarity blurs boundaries.
Of course, the Cubs rallied to win in 10 innings, and Epstein said the impromptu team meeting called by Jason Heyward during a rain delay will continue to be a teachable moment for himself as an executive and father.
BA: Being able to have teachable moments in every broadcast.
But the founders of the Druid City Garden Project looked at the mess and saw another teachable moment.
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First Known Use of teachable
TEACHABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teachable for English Language Learners
: able and willing to learn : capable of being taught
: allowing something to be taught or learned easily
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