- pedagogical + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Such measures not only blur the line between government and religion but they should force parents and students to question whether such an adoption is truly worth the effort, and whether this movement is more politically inclined than pedagogically motivated.”
“Showing students both helps students understand the difference; it might be pedagogically unsound to deny them this key information (the courts deciding the cases, of course, had the benefit of watching the key parts in high quality).”
“There was a time that if a principal told you something that was pedagogically incorrect, you would stand up, you would say, Are you kidding?”
“If it is not only the teacher but also the students who have an understanding of how social factors inhibit what might be pedagogically more appropriate, everybody is likely to benefit.”
“A coaching industry that teaches content along with test-taking techniques will have the additional advantage of being much better pedagogically — at least the students who take the coaching courses will be spending some of their time learning history or chemistry.”
“A number of schools have regularly accepted counterfeit art, which is used pedagogically in coursework.”
“My fellow teacher educators and I can't spend an entire semester trying to reteach all the content from the disciplines and also help future teachers understand how this knowledge translates into material to be introduced to children in pedagogically powerful ways.”
“In an age where memorization may seem out of fashion with the Internet at our fingertips, Smart Songs goes beyond rote learning and delves deep into a pedagogically educative experience through quirky music videos and compelling content.”
“By its nature, the liturgy can be pedagogically effective in helping the faithful to enter more deeply into the mystery being celebrated.”
“In my opinion it is unsound pedagogically to use a teaching model for younger learners from economically stressed neighborhoods even if it is being successfully employed for mature students who have already established learning styles and have enriched educational backgrounds from privilege or exceptional opportunity.”
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