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- n. Plural form of pedagog.
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We will not lack for pedagogs, teachers, nor cadres of any type because this is a very strong movement.
An illustration of one means of wasting time is well indicated in the case of some pedagogs who hold to old ideas in piano-playing simply because they are old.
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I say that those who act against the working class are those who thus retard its education, because education is not by words, as pedagogs profess and believe, but is achieved by deeds.
In this point, too, the strictures of modern pedagogs on Luther's Catechism are therefore unwarranted.
Modern pedagogs have contended that Luther's method of teaching the
Many a fine character has been ruined by the stupid brutality of pedagogs.