Synonyms for Pedagogical:

adj.

instructional (adjective)
didactic.

n.

curricular, educational, graduate, diachronic, advanced, academic, elementary, formal, applied, didactic. pedagogical (noun)
pedagogic.

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Other relevant words:
curricular, diachronic, academic, formal, educational, applied, pedagogic, graduate, didactic, advanced, elementary.

Usage examples for pedagogical

  1. Of course, they were not trained teachers, or capable of good pedagogical work; but directly after the Revolution, when the children and youth of the former poor were turned back by millions from the field and factories to the schools, and when the adults also of the working classes passionately demanded some degree of education to correspond with the improved conditions of life they had entered on, there was unlimited call for the services as instructors of everybody who was able to teach anything, even one of the primary branches, spelling, writing, geography, or arithmetic in the rudiments. – Equality by Edward Bellamy
  2. Probably the name most common in the past has been " Department of Education," or " Pedagogical Department," tho in the developed form it is changing to " School of Education" or " Teachers College." – On the Firing Line in Education by Adoniram Judson Ladd
  3. Has the condition of the pedagogical material with which it has to do been correctly defined? – Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales by Leo Tolstoy