Examples of teachable in a Sentence
students who are teachable and eager to learn
The book's style makes it very teachable.
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Kelly spoke about the gut-wrenching military casualty notification process, using the example of the death of his son, a Marine officer killed in Afghanistan, as a teachable moment for the American public.
Already, experts on media and kids are cautioning against alarmism, using this as a teachable moment.
Football coach Lamont Robinson, in his first year at the helm of the rebuilding program, said the episode has provided a teachable moment for the team.
With the death toll at more than 200 and pictures of devastation all over the news, California officials sent their condolences, but also wasted no time in using the news as a teachable moment.
The weekend proved a teachable moment for three boys in San Bernardino’s Exceeding Expectations program for at-risk youth.
Some Naperville schools are using Monday's eclipse as a teachable moment since the last total solar eclipse visible in the United States happened in 1979, way before any of today's students were born.
And by now, coach John Fox and his staff have certainly found plenty of errors and teachable moments within the game film.
Scene 4: The beautiful thing about Kylie’s platform is the endless well of teachable moments.
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