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pedagogical

adjective as in instructional

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At Yale, we benefited from our longstanding focus on innovative pedagogical development, and our centralized resource for this work—the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning—enabled us to pivot successfully to remote teaching in March 2020.

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When covid made leading an IAP class in Spain impossible this year, I took it as a pedagogical challenge to see if I could transmit the same excitement and intellectual energy while teaching the material virtually.

Doing so is a practical, sensible pedagogical decision, not one that is anti-phonics, taking sides in a war, or, necessarily justified by scientific evidence about the brain’s role in reading.

We are also neurochemically predisposed to find our dreams meaningful, which may suggest that they do have a pedagogical function.

“A college’s commission — and its concomitant license to choose among pedagogical approaches — is not confined to the classroom, for extracurricular programs are, today, essential parts of the educational process,” Ginsburg wrote.

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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pedagogical, such as: didactic.

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