Another word for teaching
Is there any difference between teaching, coaching, instructing, and training?
Let us find out.
If you teach someone, it means you train or instruct him.
I teach English.
I used to teach accounting when I was in college.
I can never teach mathematics.
Teach and instruct are synonyms.
Let us find out other words for teaching.
To educate also means to teach someone using a formal system such as school, college, or university.
To train someone means to teach the skills and knowledge needed for a particular job or activity.
We train our people for three months.
The company even trains its client to operate the software proficiently.
A school or college does not train you for a job, they educate you.
Has the poor command of the English language stopped your career growth?
Have you decided to improve your English speaking and writing skills?
I invite you to improve your English and skyrocket your career.
When you coach, you give personal special classes in sports or subject to a person or a small group of people.
I have been coaching job seekers and working professionals to speak English confidently and fluently.
Here is another word for teaching.
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To edify means to improve someone’s mind.
A coach or mentor edifies his mentees. Meditation is also a good tool to edify human beings.
Focused work can also edify anyone. A motivational lecture edifies you.
You have to upskill to excel in your career.
Companies also upskill their employees to get the best output and contribution from them.
One needs to upskill himself to get the best market value.
To upskill means to learn new skills or teach workers new skills.
Here is another word for teaching you will find useful.
Here are 5 reasons you need to upskill.
More English words for teaching and training
If you inculcate (teach) an idea or belief you teach someone by persistent instruction.
I try to inculcate consistent massive action in my students
You can inculcate hard work by repeating the importance of hard work. Here are some sentences using inculcate:
To inculcate the sense of responsibility in children, you should always show responsible behaviour and accentuate the importance of responsibility twice a day.
- A coach works hard to inculcate the value of persistence.
- The primary responsibility of a teacher is to inculcate focus in students.
Discipline: to train to obey rules or a code of behaviour
- A school disciplines you to listen to the teacher and maintain dignity.
- A master disciplines you to maintain silence.
Condition: to train someone to think or behave in a particular way
- A child can be conditioned to think positively in a bad situation.
- Parents often condition children to follow their traditions.
- Women had been conditioned for years to obey their male members of the family.
If you civilize or socialize someone, it means you improve their behaviour so that it is suitable for other people
- We need to socialize children.
- All disturbing or violent people should be socialized.
- Your guardian or parents can help you to socialize.
Instil: to put a feeling, idea, or behaviour in someone’s mind gradually
- The teacher should instil self-confidence into students’ minds.
- Parents should instil the value of hard work in children.
- I want to instil the idea of interdependence in my students.
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