Definition of pedagogical in US English:

pedagogical

adjective

  • Relating to teaching.

    ‘innovative pedagogical methods’
    • ‘In addition to pedagogical knowledge, content information must also be an important component.’
    • ‘The course of his own career was held to express an unhealthy identity of tyrannical power with pedagogical authority.’
    • ‘His central position in the Russian nationalist music school was further enhanced by his pedagogical activities.’
    • ‘Alumni were asked to rate their preparation related to several pedagogical tasks.’
    • ‘From a pedagogical perspective, we considered cognitive science during the design of our computer-aided instructional tools.’
    • ‘They wanted to ensure that technology contributed to the pedagogical process.’
    • ‘School administrators in schools that employed recent graduates did an average-to-good job in demonstrating pedagogical skills in the classroom.’
    • ‘In addition to this technical advice, many effective pedagogical approaches may be employed.’
    • ‘The teacher will gain many pedagogical insights from this book.’
    • ‘Michelangelo contended that artistic excellence cannot be reduced to a pedagogical program.’

Pronunciation

pedagogical

/ˌpedəˈɡäjək(ə)l//ˌpɛdəˈɡɑdʒək(ə)l/