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Definition of "pedagog" [ped•a•gog]

  • Alternative form of pedagogue. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pedagog" in a sentence
  • "The history of ideas shows clearly that the eudaemonistic, Socratic asceticism, which is pedagog - ically motivated and has its background in the peda - gogical debate of the fifth and fourth centuries, belongs to Cynic philosophy from its beginning."
  • "Shrunken and mean the spirit fails Like old snow falling from the crags And priest and pedagog compete With nostrums for the age that ails,"
  • "I remember, when that famous “Nicholas Nickleby” came out, seeing a letter from a pedagog in the north of England, which, dismal as it was, was immensely comical."