pedagogic

[ped-uh-goj-ik, -goh-jik]
adjective
of or pertaining to a pedagogue or pedagogy.
Also, pedagogical.


Origin:
1775–85; < Greek paidagōgikós of a child's tutor. See pedagogue, -ic

pedagogically, adverb
nonpedagogic, adjective
nonpedagogical, adjective
nonpedagogically, adverb
unpedagogic, adjective
unpedagogically, adverb
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pedagogue or pedagog (ˈpɛdəˌɡɒɡ)
 
n
1.  a teacher or educator
2.  a pedantic or dogmatic teacher
 
[C14: from Latin paedagōgus, from Greek paidagōgos slave who looked after his master's son, from pais boy + agōgos leader]
 
pedagog or pedagog
 
n
 
[C14: from Latin paedagōgus, from Greek paidagōgos slave who looked after his master's son, from pais boy + agōgos leader]
 
peda'gogic or pedagog
 
adj
 
peda'gogical or pedagog
 
adj
 
peda'gogically or pedagog
 
adv
 
'pedagogism or pedagog
 
n
 
'pedagoguism or pedagog
 
n

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Example sentences
These are not only pedagogic questions, but also legal ones.
Unless you are an undisputed star in organizing efficient group work, it can be
  a clumsy way of showing off your pedagogic skills.
For years, medical educators have tried to rationalize these long hours on
  pedagogic grounds.
Rarely is such warmth and humanity present in the world of curriculum vitae,
  publishing histories, and pedagogic philosophies.
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