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Teaching synonyms

doctrine

Something taught as the principles or creed of a religion, political party, etc.; tenet or tenets; belief; dogma

teach(related)

curriculum

All of the courses, collectively, offered in a school, college, etc., or in a particular subject

belief

Mental acceptance of and conviction in the truth, actuality, or validity of something:

pedagogics

Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.

education

The process of training and developing the knowledge, skill, mind, character, etc., esp. by formal schooling; teaching; training

pedagogy

The art or science of teaching; esp., instruction in teaching methods

coaching

To coach is defined as to train or teach someone.

philosophy

Theory or logical analysis of the principles underlying conduct, thought, knowledge, and the nature of the universe: included in philosophy are ethics, aesthetics, logic, epistemology, metaphysics, etc.

training

The process or experience of being trained

tuition

(Chiefly Brit.) Teaching; instruction

tutelage

The capacity or activity of a guardian; guardianship.

tutoring

The act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

dogma

Dogma is defined as principles or rules that cannot be questioned, or articles of faith in different religions.

tenet

A principle, doctrine, or belief held as a truth, as by some group

educational activity

the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill

preparing

Prepare is defined as to make ready, put together or provide with what is needed.

educating

To develop or refine (one's taste or appreciation, for example).

drilling

To instruct thoroughly by repetition in a skill or procedure:

initiating

To bring into practice or use; introduce by first doing or using; start

following(antonym)

Follow is defined as to pursue or come after in sequence or direction.

discipline

Training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement:

accustoming

To familiarize, as by constant practice, use, or habit:

repeating

To express (oneself) in the same way or words:

priming

(Mathematics) To mark with a prime mark.

practicing

To teach or train through practice; exercise

molding

To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence:

qualifying

To declare competent or capable, as to practice a profession; certify:

grounding

To found; to fix or set, as on a foundation, reason, or principle; to furnish a ground for; to fix firmly.

rearing

To care for (children or a child) during the early stages of life; bring up.

disciplining

To train by instruction and practice, as in following rules or developing self-control:

exercising

(Now Rare) To use habitually; practice; train

edifying

To instruct in such a way as to improve, enlighten, or uplift morally, spiritually, or intellectually

stuffing

To form or fashion by packing with the necessary material.

cramming

To put hastily through an extensive course of memorizing or study, as in preparation for an examination; as, a pupil is crammed by his tutor.

implanting

(Med., Dentistry) To insert (an organ, prosthetic device, living tissue, etc.) within the body

imbuing

To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:

illustrating

Illustrate is defined as to make clear or to tell a story using drawings, pictures, examples or comparisons.

nurturing

To encourage or help develop; cultivate:

explaining

Explain is defined as to make something clear or to account for something or tell why something happened.

directing

To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.

showing

Show is defined as to bring into view, teach, or display.

guiding

To point out the way for; direct on a course; conduct; lead

interpreting

To have or show one's own understanding of the meaning of; construe

enlightening

Enlighten is defined as to inform or give spiritual understanding.

lecturing

To lecture is defined as to deliver a speech or to talk to someone about why he or she was wrong.

professing

To claim to have (some feeling, an interest, knowledge, etc.)

instructing

To communicate knowledge to; teach; educate

cultivating(antonym)

To cultivate is designed as to prepare land to grow something or to nurture and cause growth, either literally or figuratively.

acquiring(antonym)

To gain, usually by one's own exertions; to get as one's own, as, to acquire a title, riches, knowledge, skill, good or bad habits.

gaining(antonym)

To obtain through effort or merit; achieve:

teaching(related)

To give lessons or instruction; be a teacher, esp. in a school or college

motivating(related)

To provide with, or affect as, a motive or motives; incite, impel, or encourage

influencing(related)

Influence is defined as to affect a person or thing.

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How to use teach in a sentence

“It means, my dear, that the Dragoons and the 60th will have to teach these impudent rebels a much-needed lesson,” said her uncle.

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Woe to the man that first did teach the cursed steel to bite in his own flesh, and make way to the living spirit.

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Sherwood often wavers between him and Kullak, and Deppe would like to teach Sherwood if he could, simply out of interest for him.

MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY

I've tried to teach lots of folks; an' sum learns quick, an' some don't never learn; it's jest 's 't strikes 'em.

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These strange things that Alf has been trying to teach me during the long nights I have learned—I understand.

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In fact, just then, Bob was wondering what new trick he could teach Squinty the next day.

SQUINTY THE COMICAL PIGRICHARD BARNUM

Lombard Street has thus shown that it has fully learnt the only lesson that the external side of the crisis had to teach it.

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Frequently Asked Questions About teach

How is the word teach different from other verbs like it?

Some common synonyms of teach are discipline, educate, instruct, school, and train. While all these words mean "to cause to acquire knowledge or skill," teach applies to any manner of imparting information or skill so that others may learn.

taught us a lot about our planet

When can discipline be used instead of teach?

The meanings of discipline and teach largely overlap; however, discipline implies training in habits of order and precision.

a disciplined mind

When is educate a more appropriate choice than teach?

While the synonyms educate and teach are close in meaning, educate implies development of the mind.

more things than formal schooling serve to educate a person

When could instruct be used to replace teach?

The synonyms instruct and teach are sometimes interchangeable, but instruct suggests methodical or formal teaching.

instructs raw recruits in military drill

Where would school be a reasonable alternative to teach?

In some situations, the words school and teach are roughly equivalent. However, school implies training or disciplining especially in what is hard to master.

schooled the horse in five gaits

When is it sensible to use train instead of teach?

The words train and teach are synonyms, but do differ in nuance. Specifically, train stresses instruction and drill with a specific end in view.

trained foreign pilots to operate the new aircraft

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Pronunciation:

[ tˈiːt͡ʃɪŋ], [ tˈiːt‍ʃɪŋ], [ t_ˈiː_tʃ_ɪ_ŋ]
  • adj.

    educational (adjective)homiletic (adjective)Other relevant words: (adjective)
  • n.

    act (noun)advice (noun)
    • dissuasion,
    • inputs,
    • news,
    • tip off,
    • dissuasions,
    • telltales,
    • word to wise,
    • tipoff,
    • two cents' worth,
    • input,
    • in formation,
    • word,
    • tidings.
    doctrine (noun)edification (noun)education (noun)
    • apprenticeship,
    • learning,
    • cultivation,
    • drilling,
    • reading,
    • training,
    • book learning,
    • tutelage,
    • Tutoring,
    • coaching,
    • schooling,
    • discipline,
    • culture.
    educational activity (noun)enlightenment (noun)
    • broad mindedness,
    • open mindedness,
    • in sights,
    • bodhis,
    • openmindedness,
    • broadmindednesses,
    • in-sights,
    • broad-mindednesses,
    • in-sight,
    • broad mindednesses.
    evangelism (noun)faith (noun)
    • de nomination,
    • ortho-doxy,
    • de-nomination,
    • ortho doxy,
    • re velation,
    • re-velation,
    • ortho-doxies,
    • re-velations,
    • theisms,
    • de nominations,
    • re velations,
    • ortho doxies,
    • de-nominations.
    guidance (noun)idea (noun)instruction (noun)
    • code,
    • dictum,
    • rule,
    • directive,
    • axiom,
    • principle,
    • precept,
    • ordinance,
    • catchword,
    • saw,
    • motto,
    • policy,
    • proverb,
    • byword,
    • moral,
    • credo,
    • adage,
    • edict,
    • saying,
    • bidding.
    lesson (noun)lore (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
    • dogma,
    • activity,
    • sense of honor,
    • ism,
    • tuition,
    • inculcation,
    • broadmindedness,
    • ministrations,
    • instruction,
    • Health Education,
    • guidance,
    • irradiations,
    • universal law,
    • philosophy,
    • illumination,
    • Credenda,
    • philosophical system,
    • evangelism,
    • irradiation,
    • lesson,
    • domestication,
    • enlightenment,
    • implantations,
    • broad-mindedness,
    • warm up,
    • theism,
    • implantation,
    • doxy,
    • warm-up,
    • conduction,
    • tune-up,
    • tenet,
    • insights,
    • bodhi,
    • warm-ups,
    • Self-conviction,
    • scruples,
    • idea,
    • in sight,
    • ministration,
    • faith,
    • Doxies,
    • parable,
    • propaganda,
    • sense of duty,
    • doctrine,
    • sharpenings,
    • unwritten rule,
    • spreading the word,
    • edification,
    • advice,
    • school of thought.
    pedagogy (noun)preaching (noun)principle/principles (noun)tenet (noun)training (noun)
    • up-bringing,
    • warmup,
    • warmups,
    • domestications,
    • up bringing,
    • tuneup,
    • tune-ups,
    • readyings,
    • tuneups,
    • warm ups,
    • tune ups.
  • v.

    Other relevant words: (verb)teaching (verb)
    • enlightening,
    • Instructing,
    • Educating,
    • edifying,
    • Indoctrinating,
    • lecturing,
    • Inculcating,
    • instilling,
    • Imbuing,
    • guiding.
  • Other synonyms:

    moralizing Other relevant words (noun):
    • catechetical,
    • recitation,
    • school,
    • improvement,
    • injunction,
    • tutorial,
    • conviction,
    • approach,
    • catechetic,
    • sentence,
    • control,
    • coeducational,
    • epigram,
    • discover,
    • belief,
    • fitness,
    • notion,
    • imbue,
    • coeducation,
    • Mispersuasion,
    • educative,
    • apothegm,
    • religious belief,
    • Preparing,
    • explanation,
    • maxim,
    • catechism,
    • Tuitionary,
    • truism,
    • law,
    • communicate,
    • hortatory,
    • Preceptive,
    • task,
    • fertilize,
    • postulate,
    • counsel,
    • gnome,
    • practice,
    • prepare,
    • analects,
    • lay,
    • Pedagogics,
    • exposition,
    • collected sayings,
    • Docent,
    • accustom,
    • disciplinary,
    • inform,
    • opinion,
    • Wisdom literature,
    • discourse,
    • informative,
    • outlook,
    • wisdom,
    • chalk talk,
    • stance,
    • order,
    • readying,
    • pedagogical,
    • administration,
    • assignment,
    • sutra,
    • point,
    • initiatory,
    • impregnate,
    • Misguidance,
    • charge,
    • indoctrination,
    • articles,
    • message,
    • instructional,
    • misleading,
    • preparation,
    • religion,
    • thirty-nine articles,
    • principles,
    • golden rule,
    • briefing,
    • truth,
    • uplifting,
    • feeling,
    • development,
    • homily,
    • proposition,
    • fundamental,
    • preachment,
    • Misjudgment,
    • standard,
    • professorial,
    • produce,
    • disciplinal,
    • research,
    • Didactics,
    • prescription,
    • fix,
    • find,
    • mot,
    • witticism,
    • Misintelligence,
    • educational,
    • study,
    • didactic,
    • prepping,
    • scholastic,
    • cultural,
    • Familiarize,
    • folklore,
    • oracle,
    • catechistic,
    • higher education,
    • way of life,
    • illuminating,
    • ana,
    • recital,
    • viewpoint,
    • breeding,
    • sect,
    • apophthegm,
    • misdirection,
    • orthodoxy,
    • guide,
    • distich,
    • propaedeutic,
    • civilize,
    • class,
    • morality,
    • ascertain,
    • perversion,
    • assumption,
    • account,
    • Proverbs,
    • view,
    • religious faith,
    • grounds,
    • educate,
    • model,
    • academic,
    • programming,
    • habituate,
    • session,
    • exhortatory,
    • thesis,
    • drill,
    • slogan,
    • familiarise,
    • commandment,
    • exercise,
    • concept,
    • canon,
    • sloka,
    • faction,
    • learn,
    • inspiring,
    • counselling,
    • instructive,
    • enlighten,
    • tenets,
    • sermon,
    • Classes,
    • canons,
    • tutorship,
    • body of instruction,
    • assent,
    • upbringing,
    • advise,
    • impart,
    • instruct,
    • Misteaching,
    • commission,
    • Beliefs,
    • myths,
    • sophistry,
    • statement,
    • wise saying,
    • command,
    • set task,
    • get,
    • direction,
    • object lesson,
    • grooming,
    • theology,
    • cultivate,
    • tradition,
    • verse,
    • moralization,
    • autodidactic,
    • introductory,
    • information,
    • ethos,
    • phrase,
    • denomination,
    • disquisition,
    • department of education,
    • skull session,
    • expression,
    • dictate,
    • program line,
    • sentiment,
    • pithy saying,
    • mythology,
    • Misinstruction,
    • text,
    • declaration of faith,
    • readiness,
    • education department,
    • position,
    • criterion,
    • aphorism,
    • article of faith,
    • taught,
    • talk,
    • given,
    • creed,
    • profession of faith,
    • acquaint,
    • prep,
    • lecture,
    • theory,
    • ideology,
    • harangue,
    • prescript,
    • persuasion,
    • advisement.
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  • Independent

    • Adjective
      teacher-training, 'enseignement.
    • Verb, gerund or present participle
      Inculcating, Cultivating, demonstrating, telling, Indicating, investigating, acquiring, disseminating, sensitizing, Explaining, Exploring, Advising, instilling, helping, Considering, fostering, recovering, guiding, directing, Presenting, Comprising, professing, Dispensing, Including, transmitting, shaping, Delivering, being, conducting, Displaying, leaving, knowing, according, showing, provide, Granting, proceeding, Notifying, giving, Gives, Gaining, using, Occurring, visiting, Allowing, burning, Depending, education, bringing, form, running, going, lessons, learning, training, Educating.
  • Other Related

    • Proper noun, singular
      teach, education, lessons, educational, learning, Learnings, teachers, teacher, instruction, training, schooling, pedagogical, instructional, academic, academics, school, Schools.
    • Noun, singular or mass
      teach, education, educational, learning, Curricula, lesson, teachers, teacher, instruction, schoolteacher, doctrine, training, schooling, pedagogical, coaching, inculcation, academic, school.
  • n.

    • act
      catechetical instruction, indoctrination, spoonfeeding, lecture, sleep-learning, hypnopedia, tutorship, lesson, catechesis, schooling, lecturing, tutelage, language teaching, teaching reading, tuition.

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1. teaching

noun. ['ˈtiːtʃɪŋ'] the profession of a teacher.

  • schooling
  • lecture
  • hypnopedia
  • tutorship
  • tuition
  • spoonfeeding
  • indoctrination
  • lesson
  • tutelage
  • education
  • language teaching
  • instruction
  • catechesis
  • pedagogy
  • teaching reading
  • sleep-learning
  • catechetical instruction
  • discontinuation
  • activation
  • sink
  • source

Words that Rhyme with Teaching

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Example sentences of the word teaching


1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Do not be rude or disruptive while she is teaching the class.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Students who want to teach art will need to obtain a teaching certificate.

Quotes containing the word teaching


1. The thing I loved the most - and still love the most about teaching - is that you can connect with an individual or a group, and see that individual or group exceed their limits.
- Mike Krzyzewski

2. The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.
- Mark Van Doren

3. Teach success before teaching responsibility. Teach them to believe in themselves. Teach them to think, 'I'm not stupid'. No child wants to fail. Everyone wants to succeed.
- Al Green

2. teaching

noun. ['ˈtiːtʃɪŋ'] a doctrine that is taught.

  • ism
  • mitsvah
  • school of thought
  • precept
  • commandment
  • doctrine
  • mitzvah
  • Golden Rule
  • philosophical system
  • anastalsis
  • dormant
  • inactiveness
  • inaction

3. teaching

noun. ['ˈtiːtʃɪŋ'] the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill.

  • extension
  • activity
  • course of study
  • extension service
  • preparation
  • team teaching
  • prep
  • work-study program
  • higher education
  • classroom project
  • university extension
  • course
  • extracurricular activity
  • didactics
  • lesson
  • secondary education
  • education
  • educational activity
  • class
  • homework
  • continuing education
  • coeducation
  • instruction
  • elementary education
  • classwork
  • pedagogy
  • contraction
  • shortness
  • flexion
  • discontinuance
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educator

A person whose work is to educate others; teacher

mentor

Mentor is defined as someone who guides another to greater success.

teacher-in-training

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

high school teacher

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

guru

A trusted counselor and adviser; a mentor.

pedagogue

(Historical, Ancient Greece) A slave who led the master's children to school, and had the charge of them generally.

schoolmaster

A person or thing that disciplines or instructs

schoolmarm

(Informal) Any person whose attitudes and behavior resemble those often attributed to schoolmarms, as pedantry, priggishness, or prudishness

scholar

A specialist in a given branch of knowledge:

swami

The definition of a swami is a Hindu religious teacher or a title of respect like master.

trainer

A flight simulator or special aircraft used to train pilots

tutor

A teacher or teaching assistant in some universities and colleges having a rank lower than that of an instructor.

lecturer

A faculty member ranking below an assistant professor.

mistress

A woman very skilled and able in some work, profession, science, art, etc.

pupil-teacher

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

maestro

A master in an art, especially a composer, conductor, or music teacher.

public school teacher

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

kindergarten teacher

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

professor

Any person claiming or assumed to be especially skilled or experienced in some art, sport, etc.

teacher's aide

One who teaches, especially in the primary or secondary grades

pupil(antonym)

A person, esp. a young person, under the supervision of a teacher or tutor, as in school

guide

The definition of a guide is someone or something that instructs others or shows others the way.

master

A male teacher, schoolmaster, or tutor.

academician

An artist, writer, etc. who follows certain academic rules or conventions

usher

A person whose official duty is to precede someone of rank, as in a procession, or to introduce unacquainted persons at a formal function

teaching assistant(related)

substitute-teacher

(North America, Ireland) supply teacher

supervisor

The definition of a supervisor is a person who is in charge of overseeing and directing a project or people.

graduate assistant

One who teaches advanced students

academic

A faculty member or scholar at an institution of higher learning, such as a university.

don

Don is defined as a Spanish title used to refer to a gentleman, or is a term used to describe a leader in an organized-crime family.

preceptress

docent

A tour guide and lecturer, as at a museum

director

The head of a project, bureau, school, etc.; supervisor

wet-nurse

One who treats another with excessive care or solicitude.

faculty member

One who teaches advanced students

pundit

A person who has or professes to have great learning; actual or self-professed authority

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