Teaching

  • (noun): A doctrine that is taught.
    Synonyms: precept, commandment
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on teaching, teachings:

Teaching History
... origins of national school systems in the 19th century, the teaching of history to promote national sentiment has been a high priority ... after 1980 attention increasingly moved toward teaching world history or requiring students to take courses in non-western cultures, to prepare students for life ... The teaching of history in French schools was influenced by the Nouvelle histoire as disseminated after the 1960s by Cahiers p├ędagogiques and Enseignement and other journals for teachers ...
Derek Prince
... He was probably most noted for his teachings about deliverance from demonic oppression and about Israel ... He was best known in Pentecostal and Charismatic circles although his teaching is distinctly non-denominational, a fact that has long been emphasised by his worldwide ... under the slogan Reaching the unreached and teaching the untaught ...
Warwick Business School - Research
... As of 2006, the WBS academic faculty consisted of 113 teaching staff, 60 researchers, and 15 visiting academics ... All academics are members of a teaching subject group, a research centre or unit, and often of both ... Each teaching subject group has a group convenor or head, and devolved group management ...
Robert Lee Moore - Unusual Teacher
... of Chicago that Moore first hit on his original teaching methods ... It was at the University of Pennsylvania, while teaching a course on the foundations of geometry, that Moore first tried out the teaching methods that came to be known as the Moore method ...

More definitions of "teaching":

  • (noun): The profession of a teacher.
    Example: "He prepared for teaching while still in college"
    Synonyms: instruction, pedagogy

Famous quotes containing the word teaching:

    What is this? A new teaching -with authority! He commands even the unclean spirits, and they obey him.
    Bible: New Testament, Mark 1:27.

    Of Jesus after he had exorcized an unclean spirit.

    This teaching is not practical in the sense in which the New Testament is. It is not always sound sense in practice. The Brahman never proposes courageously to assault evil, but patiently to starve it out. His active faculties are paralyzed by the idea of caste, of impassable limits of destiny and the tyranny of time.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    It is sentimentalism to assume that the teaching of life can always be fitted to the child’s interests, just as it is empty formalism to force the child to parrot the formulas of adult society. Interests can be created and stimulated.
    Jerome S. Bruner (20th century)