Definition of pedagogic in English:

pedagogic

Line breaks: peda|gogic
Pronunciation: /ˌpɛdəˈɡɒdʒɪk
 
, -ˈɡɒɡ-/

adjective

1Relating to teaching: they show great pedagogic skills
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  • They would also be offered the opportunity to spend time at a center for teaching effectiveness, working to strengthen their pedagogic skills with the guidance of master teachers.
  • I have interpreted the available information with a pedagogic approach.
  • First, these will soon become the primary pedagogic instruments in classroom teaching.
1.1 rare Of or characteristic of a pedagogue.
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  • This is not a pedagogic mind constrained by theory.

noun

(pedagogics) [treated as singular] Back to top  
old-fashioned term for pedagogy.

Origin

late 18th century: from French pédagogique, from Greek paidagōgikos.

Derivatives

pedagogical

adjective
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  • There are pedagogical concerns about separating the integrated teaching role of academic staff.
  • In addition to pedagogical knowledge, content information must also be an important component.
  • They are also aware of the findings and pedagogical innovations from physics education research.

pedagogically

adverb
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  • This might be used pedagogically as a textbook to accompany a university-level literature course.
  • And my perspectives may not be useful pedagogically.
  • The popular picture of particles as somehow also being waves is an oversimplification used pedagogically to explain interference and diffraction effects in familiar terms.

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