Another word for teach
To act as teacher
instruct, tutor, coach, educate, profess, explain, expound, lecture, direct, give a briefing, edify, enlighten, guide, show, give lessons in ground, rear, prepare, fit, interpret, bring up, bring out, instill, inculcate, indoctrinate, brainwash, develop, form, address to, initiate, inform, nurture, illustrate, imbue, implant, break in*, give the facts*, point a moral*, put up to*, give an idea of*, improve one's mind*, open one's eyes*, knock into one's head*, bring home to*, cram*, stuff*; see also influence, motivate.
exercise, train, discipline, rear, ground, prepare, familiarize with, school, qualify, mold, practice, prime, perfect a routine, rehearse, repeat, memorize, accustom, habituate, make familiar with, give directions, din into, pound into*, sharpen up*, lick into shape*, polish up*.
teach is the basic, inclusive word for the imparting of knowledge or skills and usually connotes some individual attention to the learner he taught her how to skate, she teaches astronomy; instruct implies systematized teaching, usually in some particular subject she instructs us in chemistry; educate stresses the development of latent faculties and powers by formal, systematic teaching he was educated in European universities; train implies the development of a particular faculty or skill, or instruction toward a particular occupation, as by methodical discipline, exercise, etc. he was trained as a mechanic; school, often equivalent to any of the preceding, sometimes specifically connotes a disciplining to endure something difficult he had to school himself to obedience