pedagogy

(redirected from pedagogically)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

pedagogy

 [ped´ah-go″je] (pl. ped·a·go·gy)
the teaching of children; the teacher often has full responsibility for making decisions about what will be learned, how it will be learned, when it will be learned, and determining if it has been learned. See also andragogy.

pedagogy

[ped′əgōj′ē]
Etymology: Gk, pais, child, agogos, leader
the art and science of teaching children, based on a belief that the purpose of education is the transmittal of knowledge.

pedagogy

(pĕd′ŭ-gŏj″ē, -gō″jē) [Gr. paidagogos, an assistant who takes children to school]
The art, sciences, techniques, and professional methods used in teaching, especially the teaching of school-age children.
References in periodicals archive ?
The process is both standards-based and pedagogically aware.
It makes sense that teachers would make great efforts to enact strategies they know to be pedagogically sound.
Because there is little research to support the masculine model of business speech, because coercing women to change their speech produces pedagogically unwarranted stress, and because the feminine stereotype is actually better suited to global business communication, this paper argues, business and management should be taught from a gender-independent postmodern approach.
This aside, the third edition has a much-improved layout and each chapter concludes with a pedagogically useful content summary and list of further reading.
I can assure you that there is everything that is pedagogically wrong with bilingual education as it is currently structured and everything that is right with the aim to immerse students in English in order to teach them English.
From the homespun to the elaborate, from the crudely racist to the painfully pedagogically correct, toys convey contesting models of childhood.
These types of evaluations, administered after a class or course is over, leave no room for improvement during the course and often lack in pedagogically specific questions.
Sullivan's approach is also pedagogically useful insofar as it deftly sidesteps the popular tendency toward moral solipsism, which would be abetted by an exposition beginning with the obligations of individual moral agents and then only later dealing with political and other interpersonal obligations.
There are appendices containing Fragmenta de rational) et ratione uti, which is of interest in connection with Gerbert of Aurillac, and an `abbreviation' (versio brevis) of the Excerpta isagogarum, which is pedagogically informative, for short cribs are always instructive about what goes on in the schoolroom.
This is pedagogically useful, and Kontje's introductions to the important contemporary work of sometimes difficult critics like Jochen Horisch, Gerhard Kaiser and Friedrich A.
Fixed Income Mathematics is technically accurate and pedagogically sound.
The editor's extensive experience in writing textbooks and his close relationship to the authors ensure that the contributions are presented in a pedagogically uniform and highly motivating fashion.