(redirected from Pedagogia)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to Pedagogia: pedagogy


One who teaches, especially one hired to teach.

teach′er·ly adj.


1. (Professions) a person whose occupation is teaching others, esp children
2. a personified concept that teaches: nature is a good teacher.
ˈteacherless adj


(ˈti tʃər)

a person who teaches.


  • fescue - A pointer, such as that used by a teacher, having originally meant "a straw or twig."
  • docent, docible, docile - Docent comes from Latin docere, "to teach"; docible is "capable of learning" and docile first meant "teachable."
  • Socratic method - A teaching technique in which a teacher does not give information directly but instead asks a series of questions, with the result that the student comes either to the desired knowledge by answering the questions or to a deeper awareness of the limits of knowledge.
  • tuition - First meant taking care of something, then teaching or instruction, especially for a fee.


1. 'professor'

In a British university, a professor is the most senior teacher in a department.

Professor Cole is giving a lecture today.
She was professor of English at Strathclyde University.

In an American or Canadian university or college, a professor is a senior teacher. He or she is not necessarily the most senior teacher in a department.

He's a physics professor at Harvard.
My professor allowed me to retake the test.
2. 'teacher'

Don't use 'professor' to refer to a person who teaches at a school or similar institution. Use teacher.

I'm a qualified French teacher.
The teacher set us some homework.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teacher - a person whose occupation is teachingteacher - a person whose occupation is teaching
art teacher - someone who teaches art
Bahai - a teacher of or believer in Bahaism
catechist - one who instructs catechumens in preparation for baptism (especially one using a catechism)
private instructor, tutor, coach - a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
dance master, dancing-master - a professional teacher of dancing
demonstrator - a teacher or teacher's assistant who demonstrates the principles that are being taught
docent - a teacher at some universities
educator, pedagog, pedagogue - someone who educates young people
English professor, English teacher - someone who teaches English
French teacher - someone who teaches French
governess - a woman entrusted with the care and supervision of a child (especially in a private home)
instructress - a woman instructor
math teacher, mathematics teacher - someone who teaches mathematics
missionary - someone who attempts to convert others to a particular doctrine or program
music teacher - someone who teaches music
preceptor, don - teacher at a university or college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford)
reading teacher - someone who teaches students to read
riding master - someone who teaches horsemanship
school teacher, schoolteacher - a teacher in a school below the college level
science teacher - someone who teaches science
section man - someone who teaches a section of a large college course
teaching fellow - a graduate student with teaching responsibilities
teacher-student relation - the academic relation between teachers and their students
2.teacher - a personified abstraction that teaches; "books were his teachers"; "experience is a demanding teacher"
abstract, abstraction - a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance; "he loved her only in the abstract--not in person"


noun instructor, coach, tutor, don, guide, professor, trainer, lecturer, guru, mentor, educator, handler, schoolteacher, pedagogue, dominie (Scot.), master or mistress, schoolmaster or schoolmistress I'm a teacher with 21 years' experience.
"We teachers can only help the work going on, as servants wait upon a master" [Maria Montessori The Absorbent Mind]
"A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops" [Henry Brooks Adams The Education of Henry Adams]
"The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influence" [A. Bronson Alcot]
"He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches" [George Bernard Shaw Maxims for Revolutionists]
"I owe a lot to my teachers and mean to pay them back some day" [Stephen Leacock]
"It is when the gods hate a man with uncommon abhorrence that they drive him into the profession of a schoolmaster" [Seneca]


One who educates:
giáo viên


A. N (in secondary school) → profesor(a) m/f; (in primary school) → maestro/a m/f
French teacherprofesor(a) m/f de francés
B. CPD teacher training N (Brit) → formación f pedagógica
teacher training college N (for primary schools) → escuela f normal; (for secondary schools) → Instituto m de Ciencias de la EducaciónICE m
see also pet A2


[ˈtiːtʃər] n (gen)enseignant(e) m/f; (in secondary school)professeur mf; (in primary school)instituteur/trice m/f, professeur mf des écoles
I'm a teacher with 21 years' experience → Je suis enseignant et j'ai 21 ans d'expérience.
He's a primary school teacher → Il est instituteur., Il est professeur des écoles.
Thomas is a French teacher → Thomas est professeur de français.
Melanie is a history teacher → Melanie est professeur d'histoire.
six teenagers and their teacher → six adolescents et leur professeurteacher certification n (US)habilitation f à enseignerteacher evaluation n (US)évaluation f pédagogiqueteacher-pupil ratio ntaux m d'encadrement, ratio m professeur élèvesteacher's pet nchouchou mf du professeurteacher training n (British)formation f pédagogique (des enseignants)teacher training college ninstitut universitaire de formation des maîtres, IUFMtea chest n (British)caisse f à théteach-in [ˈtiːtʃɪn] nséminaire m


nLehrer(in) m(f); university teachersHochschullehrer pl, → Lehrkräfte plan (den) Universitäten (form); teachers of English, English teachersEnglischlehrer pl; she is a German teachersie ist Deutschlehrerin


[ˈtiːtʃəʳ] n (gen) → insegnante m/f; (in secondary school) → professore/essa; (in primary school) → maestro/a
French teacher → insegnante di francese


(tiːtʃ) past tense, past participle taught (toːt) verb
to give knowledge, skill or wisdom to a person; to instruct or train (a person). She teaches English / the piano; Experience has taught him nothing.
ˈteacher noun
a person who teaches, especially in a school.
teaching noun
1. the work of teacher. Teaching is a satisfying job; (also adjective) the teaching staff of a school.
2. guidance or instruction. She followed her mother's teaching.
3. something that is taught. one of the teachings of Christ.


مُدَرِّس učitel lærer Lehrer δάσκαλος maestro opettaja professeur učitelj insegnante 教師 교사 onderwijzer lærer nauczyciel professor учитель lärare ครู öğretmen giáo viên 教师


n maestro -tra mf, profesor -ra mf
References in periodicals archive ?
O sea, Pedagogia en el ahora, en nuestra encrucijada vital en la que estamos inmersos.
Tornou-se um tanto conhecido o metodo da pedagogia historico-critica, anunciado por Saviani (1) como processo constituido por cinco passos, tendo em vista instrumentalizar uma didatica que contraponha a didatica da pedagogia historico-critica (partindo do materialismo historico-dialetico) a didatica da pedagogia tradicional (com base no metodo expositivo formulado por Herbart, fundado no metodo cientifico indutivo de Bacon) e da Escola Nova (com base no metodo experimentalista ao qual se filia Dewey).
Mujer y Pedagogia--Filologia, firmado por Jesus Antonio Cid, esta dedicado a la figura de Maria Goyri, mujer de Ramon Menendez Pidal y figura senera en la filologia y la pedagogia de finales del siglo XIX y primera mitad del XX.
Asi pues, la formacion inicial del profesorado en lo que respecta a la implementacion y uso de las TIC necesita cambios profundos, pero cambios que permitan dar respuesta a las propias necesidades de los estudiantes de Pedagogia, como futuros docentes, y a las demandas que la sociedad esta presentando a la educacion.
En efecto, desde finales de la decada de 1970, se constituyo el autodenominado Movimiento Pedagogico Colombiano (MPC), alrededor del cuestionamiento sobre el estatuto de intelectual subalterno asignado al maestro, asi como del uso instrumental a que se ha visto reducida la Pedagogia.
Educacao inclusiva em novos contextos: A implemantacao da Pedagogia Hospitalar
La Doctora en educacion Maria Stela Santos Graciani (Universidad de San Pablo -Brasil), nos presenta en su libro una perspectiva Latinoamericana sobre la Pedagogia Social, basada en la experiencia socio-educativa de Brasil.
A traves de los diversos capitulos del libro se viaja desde los origenes de la Pedagogia, como saber emergente, sus distintas etapas de evolucion, insertas en las distintas etapas de la propia historia de Espana, con sus caracteristicas politicas, sociales e ideologicas propias, hasta la consolidacion de la Teoria de la Educacion en la actualidad, con sus retos de futuro.
De esta manera, muestran "el transito de la Pedagogia General a la Teoria de la Educacion en Espana"; detallan, en su analisis, "algunos de los perfiles epistemologicos" caracteristicos de esa nueva materia.
RESUMEN: El presente articulo muestra los principales resultados de un estudio que persigue conocer el grado de satisfaccion con el proceso seguido para asignar centro o institucion de practicas, la percepcion previa respecto a la utilidad de las practicas externas de titulacion y de la formacion para el Practicum de los estudiantes de Pedagogia y Educacion Social de la Facultad de Educacion de la Universidad de Salamanca.
Ei objetivo dei texto, a traves de 10 capitulos, es proponer a ia pedagogia de ia coasociacion como un medio para conjuntar tres aspectos de ia discusion educativa actuai: primero, que ios aiumnos estan cambiando, en gran medida como resuitado de sus experiencias con ia tecnoiogia fuera de ia escueia, y ya no estan satisfechos con una educacion que no se dirige de forma inmediata ai mundo reai en ei que viven.
En Pedagogia hay que dar el lugar que le corresponde en educacion a la explicacion del paso del conocimiento a la accion.