Examples of pedagogy in a Sentence
- Some of the presentations, a few too many for comfort, lapsed into the familiar contortions of modern pedagogy. —Alex Ross, New Yorker, 14 & 21 July 2003
- The idea that pedagogy should be judged according to race is absurd on its face, but the fact that they saw their relationship with me and with the school itself in those terms should have given me greater pause than it did. —Gerald Early, Lure and Loathing, 1993
- Since no textbooks existed, the professor refused to profess, knowing no more than his students, and the students read what they pleased and compared their results. As pedagogy, nothing could be more triumphant. —Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, 1907
Recent Examples of pedagogy from the Web
The teacher in her is staggered by the lack of actual pedagogy that takes place in studio classes.
But reasons for switching to tau are deeply rooted in pedagogy as well.
But any approach that dictates uniformity fails to recognize that different pedagogical practices (including in grading) suit different disciplines and pedagogies.
Image There was always an ethical — and, at times, a political — dimension to his calm, compassionate pedagogy.
Only a youth orchestra undergirded by strong programs of instrumental pedagogy could have done justice to so difficult and demanding an opus.
In this case, Bollinger’s prerecorded material, with jaunty forays into music history, biographic anecdotes from the lives of the composers, and a perky narration, seemed to strive for vivid pedagogy over poetry.
In fact, the results of the tax effort helped encourage Disney to become more broadly involved in educational videos, TIME explained: What prompted this prolific pedagogy was the phenomenal success of his famed Donald Duck film on income-tax paying.
His education included master’s degrees in psychology and pedagogy from Vrije Universiteit and a doctorate in humanities there.
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We Will Teach You the History of pedagogy
Since in Greek agogos means "leader", a paidagogos was a slave who led boys to school and back, but also taught them manners and tutored them after school. In time, pedagogue came to mean simply "teacher;" today the word has an old-fashioned ring to it, so it often means a stuffy, boring teacher. The word pedagogy, though, is still widely used, and often means simply "teaching". And pedagogic training is what everyone majoring in education receives.
PEDAGOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pedagogy for English Language Learners
: the art, science, or profession of teaching
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