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pedagogy the art or technique of teaching. [2 definitions]
phonics (used with a sing. verb) a method of teaching spelling, pronunciation, and reading that uses a phonetic rendering of the standard spelling system. [1/2 definitions]
presbyter a teaching or governing elder in the Presbyterian church. [1/3 definitions]
rabbi in Judaism, a cleric having the responsibilities of leading a local congregation, teaching, and supervising rituals such as weddings. [1/3 definitions]
reader a textbook used in teaching writing or reading. [2/5 definitions]
released time a period or periods of time during which a person is free of regular duties, such as teaching or attending class, to have time for other tasks or activities.
scholasticism (sometimes cap.) the prevailing system of medieval theological and philosophical teaching, based on the authority of the early Christian church fathers and on Aristotelian logic. [1/2 definitions]
schoolbook a book used as a basis for teaching in a school; textbook.
schoolman (often cap.) a medieval philosopher or theologian teaching at a university by the scholastic system; scholastic.
Socratic method a method, used by Socrates, of teaching, arguing, or discussing in which a series of questions and answers is used to test definitions, clarify concepts, elicit admissions, or the like.
solmization the act, process, or system of using syllables to represent the different notes of the musical scale, often as a teaching aid.
TA abbreviation of "teaching assistant."
teaching fellow a graduate student at a university who performs certain teaching duties in exchange for financial aid.
trade school a school, often a secondary school, in which the emphasis is on the teaching of skilled trades.
tuition instruction or teaching, as at a college. [1/2 definitions]
tutelage the act or function of a tutor or teacher; instruction; teaching. [1/2 definitions]
untaught acquired or occurring naturally; not learned by teaching. [1/2 definitions]
Ursuline a member of an order of Roman Catholic nuns devoted to teaching.
visual aids instructional materials, such as films, slides, and models, that involve chiefly the sense of sight and are used in teaching, lecturing, or the like.