Examples of pedagogue in a Sentence
a pedagogue whose classroom lessons consisted entirely of reading directly from the textbook in a monotone
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Your professor holds forth in class, lecturing, orating, gesturing, bantering — equal parts pedagogue and performer.
This would not merely have meant that the world would have been better explained sooner (though to Asimov, ever the pedagogue, that was indeed a good in and of itself).
Michael Tree, 84, a leading viola pedagogue at the Curtis Institute of Music and a founding member of the Guarneri Quartet, died Friday at his home in New York City, his wife said.
As professor, readers are able to see Daniel as an astute pedagogue.
My point being that every seat of learning in America projects an image of a faculty teeming with committed and conscientious pedagogues.
Paul took up the violin at 4, and at 7 became a pupil of the renowned pedagogue Ivan Galamian.
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