English noun: pedagogy
|1.||pedagogy (cognition) the principles and methods of instruction|
|Synonyms||pedagogics, teaching method|
|Narrower (hyponym)||maieutic method, Socratic method|
|2.||pedagogy (act) the profession of a teacher|
|Samples||He prepared for teaching while still in college.|
Pedagogy is recognized as an important profession.
|Narrower (hyponym)||catechesis, catechetical instruction, hypnopedia, indoctrination, language teaching, lecture, lecturing, lesson, schooling, sleep-learning, spoonfeeding, teaching reading, tuition, tutelage, tutorship|
|3.||pedagogy (act) the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill|
|Samples||He received no formal education.|
Our instruction was carefully programmed.
Good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded.
|Synonyms||didactics, education, educational activity, instruction, teaching|
|Narrower (hyponym)||class, coeducation, continuing education, course, course of instruction, course of study, elementary education, extension, extension service, extracurricular activity, higher education, secondary education, team teaching, university extension, work-study program|
|Part holonym||classroom project, classwork, homework, lesson, prep, preparation|
|Domain category members||academic program, Department of Education, education, Education, education, Education Department, point system, tuition, tuition fee|