pedagogy


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to pedagogy: pedagogical
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for pedagogy

the act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

Synonyms for pedagogy

References in periodicals archive ?
Master teachers: Marcia Dale Weary teaches a ballet pedagogy workshop.
RESULTS Narrative Pedagogy has an extensive and longitudinal body of research describing how the approach contributes to the educational transformation the discipline seeks.
When we learned that the debate has been moved from the Faculty of Pedagogy to the Ministry, we went there too to tell them we are still against these modifications.
Because students could go through the program taking courses that were not in formal dialogue with one another about pedagogy, they did not engage in the kind of goal-directed, tool-mediated communal activity that gives an education program a particular culture and focus and enables its students to develop a conceptually unified approach to teaching (Smagorinsky, Cook, & Johnson, 2003) and thus regard it as their conceptual home base (Smagorinsky, 2002), as did the same university's elementary education program.
What might they teach us about the state of education, the value of pedagogy and how online learning can or should be adopted or rejected?
Social pedagogy is widely practised in continental European countries and interest is growing in Scotland and England, where the approach has been investigated for its potential in children's services.
What I propose is a classroom praxis of engaged pedagogy from a
Critical pedagogy gained significant momentum with the translation of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1970), along with Freire's subsequent exile from Brazil, which included time spent first in Bolivia and Chile, and then throughout the world.
This is a queer pedagogy, then, that invites students to begin thinking beyond simply tolerating lesbian and gay existences and instead interrogate more fully how sexuality functions in all of our lives" (104).
According to Reyes (2005), "We define border pedagogy as a set of multifaceted, complex, and interactive factors; educational policies; curriculum; instructional practices; and a knowledge base that educators need to consider to increase the academic achievement of diverse students in the border region" (p.
These are exciting times for those interested in the pedagogy of political science.
A Re-Thinking of Critical Pedagogy: A Review of Critical Theory and Critical Pedagogy Today: Toward a New Critical Language in Education
To be published quarterly, the journal carries information on all aspects of pedagogy, including classroom teaching and learning, curriculum and responses to new knowledge, traditional and new communications media in the classroom, and key developments in research on knowledge and pedagogy.
I will then argue for strengthening the transformative capacity of interfaith education through the cultivation and elaboration of a critical pedagogy drawing from the pedagogical method of "critical pedagogy.