[“PAL – A Language for Teaching Programming Linguistics”, A. Evans Jr, Proc ACM 23rd Natl Conf, Brandon/Systems Press (1968)].
[ped-uh-goj-ik, -goh-jik] /ˌpɛd əˈgɒdʒ ɪk, -ˈgoʊ dʒɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to a pedagogue or . adj. 1781, from Latin paedagogicus, from Greek paidagogikos “suitable for a teacher,” from paidagogos “teacher” (see pedagogue).
[ped-uh-goj-iks, -goh-jiks] /ˌpɛd əˈgɒdʒ ɪks, -ˈgoʊ dʒɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the science or art of teaching or education; . /ˌpɛdəˈɡɒdʒɪks; -ˈɡəʊ-/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) another word for pedagogy
[ped-uh-gog-iz-uh m, -gaw-giz-] /ˈpɛd əˌgɒg ɪz əm, -ˌgɔ gɪz-/ noun 1. the principles, manner, method, or characteristics of pedagogues.
[ped-uh-gog, -gawg] /ˈpɛd əˌgɒg, -ˌgɔg/ noun 1. a teacher; schoolteacher. 2. a person who is pedantic, dogmatic, and formal. /ˈpɛdəˌɡɒɡ/ noun 1. a teacher or educator 2. a pedantic or dogmatic teacher n. late 14c., “schoolmaster, teacher,” from Old French pedagoge “teacher of children” (14c.), from Latin paedagogus, from Greek paidagogos “slave who escorts boys […]