Translation of teaching in Spanish:

teaching

enseñanza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtitʃɪŋ//ˈtiːtʃɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    (profession)
    enseñanza feminine
    docencia feminine
    (post/position) (before noun) docente
    (post/position) (before noun) de profesor
    the teaching profession la enseñanza
    • the teaching staff el personal docente
    • This convergence has important implications for research and teaching in business schools.
    • The project will enhance the assistance to regional enterprises as well as creating new research and teaching capabilities.
    • The competition fits in with the school's programme of teaching, which highlights the pitfalls of using fossil fuels.
    • Although it may be premature to conclude that the quality of teaching will improve, the idea itself is a milestone in the development of teaching as a profession in Namibia.
    • After the time off, Frost considered taking up teaching as a profession, but sometimes things don't always go as planned.
    • However, one teaching union has already threatened to ballot its members over possible strike action if the six-term year is introduced.
    • Some 27 percent of health professionals and 9 percent of teaching professionals are migrant workers.
    • Ramcharan, who has been a teacher at the school for the last 47 years, said the profession of teaching for her was a calling from God.
    • One weekend of TV coverage of their conference might well do more damage to the idea of teaching as a profession than any amount of strike action.
    • Before going into politics, he engaged in research and teaching at Shanghai Second Industrial University.
    • While his work may elicit controversy, his teaching and teaching methods continue to influence generations of graphic designers.
    • But he was incredibly bright, excelled at school and as a young man dabbled in the professions of law, teaching and theology.
    • Education chiefs have pledged that lessons will go on at a tertiary college despite a damning report which criticised most teaching as unsatisfactory and management as weak.
    • A few years ago, teaching was a favoured profession for graduates wanting a stable career.
    • Many people in education have given up the whole concept of teaching being a ‘profession’ - to be professional you have to be treated as such.
    • The new institute is an independent body to register and administer the teaching profession across all school sectors in the state.
    • Now, most people accept that pay is an essential ingredient in the restoration of the professional status of teaching.
    • Lecturers and researchers are a special breed of people who have chosen the noble profession of teaching.
    • She said: ‘It would be brilliant to be in a professional orchestra but teaching would be great too.’
    • The sad truth is that America doesn't hold the profession of teaching in esteem because we don't believe what they do is important.
  • 2

    (doctrine)
    enseñanza feminine
    the teaching(s) of Christ/his master las enseñanzas de Cristo/su maestro
    • the Church's teachings la doctrina de la Iglesia
    • His duty is to present the pure teachings of God to the public in an unadulterated manner.
    • India will be lost if the opportunity to serve the world with his message and teachings is lost.
    • Her teachings do not preach an escape from life; but show how to live life to the fullest.
    • Now you're asking us whether you should bring up a child with your atheist teachings and dogma?
    • The following excerpts of actual teachings present the essence and details of refuge.
    • Its teachings are good and peaceful, and those who commit evil in the name of Allah blaspheme the name of Allah.
    • Connected with this are religious teachings or dogma, rituals, prayer and so on.
    • Like it or not I guess the Internet has brought a great many thoughts and teachings to a much wider audience.
    • The idea of strong mindfulness and awareness runs throughout these teachings.
    • Imagine if the current contestants of Big Brother were asked to interpret the teachings of Allah?
    • However, he says that if it were not for Mandela and his teachings, he would not be the man he is today.
    • Milingo broke it and went very much against the basic biblical teachings not to divorce.
    • He denied direct involvement, but said he was glad his teachings might have inspired the deaths.
    • Though his followers were mainly in India his teachings spread all over the world.
    • Dr Mahathir is especially exercised about the other-worldly teachings of many ulama.
    • Some had concerns about sex education and teachings on homosexuality, he said.
    • This view has largely been created and reinforced by the teachings of most religions through time.
    • These are interpretive teachings because they are told in order to inspire people.
    • Nor is it an assault on people's right to disapprove of beliefs, teachings or practices of a religion.
    • Christians relied on bishops to interpret Christian teachings and ensure correct belief.