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  • adjective chiefly British Alternative spelling of pedagogical.


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paedagogic +‎ -al


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  • A large number were written to point a passing moral, and others as a sort of paedagogical stop-gap to the demands of the parochial Sunday-school and library; but in the midst of this mass of work, more or less unilluminated by any real inspiration, certain truer and finer things shaped themselves in her imagination, in which her unquestionable gifts found their best expression.

    Charlotte Mary Yonge. 1901

  • Thus I hope you enjoyed this column, even if it was at times a bit … well … paedagogical.

    The Daily Princetonian, 2009-06-03 2009

  • Designed for international aid workers, paedagogical and educational specialists and professional theatre practitioners, this conference will aim to provide inspiration and critical reflection on theatre and drama as a means of expression and communication that combines paedagogical methods with artistic skills to generate social change, human development and dialogue between cultures.

    Harry's Place 2008


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