Definition of Didactics

1. Noun. The activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill. "Good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded"




Definition of Didactics

1. n. The art or science of teaching.

Definition of Didactics

1. Noun. (plural of didactic) ¹

2. Noun. The art and science of teaching. ¹

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Definition of Didactics

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Didactics

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didacticisms
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didactick
didactics (current term)
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Literary usage of Didactics

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1. Outlines of Pedagogics by Wilhelm Rein (1895)
"SPECIAL didactics. It is the task of special didactics to point out how the underlying principles of general didactics affect the organization of each ..."

2. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"Religious education, as given by oral lecture to adults and to theological students, may be said to constitute the field of didactics. (BMW) The science and ..."

3. The Science of Logic: An Inquiry Into the Principles of Accurate Thought and by Peter Coffey (1912)
"didactics: ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS IN TEACHING.—When our object is not to discover truth as yet unknown to us, but to communicate what we know already to ..."

4. Normal Schools, and Other Institutions, Agencies, and Means Designed for the by Henry Barnard (1851)
"The course in didactics is designed at present especially for the benefit of ... It shall be the duty of the professor of didactics to review with the class ..."

5. Outlines of Educational Doctrine by Johann Friedrich Herbart, Alexis Frederick Lange (1901)
"CHAPTER VII FURTHER SPECIFICATION OF didactics 286. THE more precise determination of the theory of instruction depends on the nature of particular subjects ..."

6. Burke, Select Works by Edmund Burke (1881)
"Perpetual familiarities, perpetual didactics, or perpetual declamation would equally disgust and fatigue. The great artist so mingles them that each shall ..."

7. Education Mosaics by Thomas Jefferson Morgan (1887)
"CHAIRS OF didactics. ALEXANDER BAIN. THE establishment in the great ... The maintenance of a chair of didactics is destined to revolutionize college methods ..."

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