Monitor

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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Mrs McBride was recognized as a good student at school and was offered the opportunity to become a monitress, with a view to being trained as a teacher.
Ruskin echoes Sarah Stickney Ellis who, in her Women of England of 1839, characterizes this angel as "the humble monitress who sat alone, guarding the fireside comforts of this distant home .