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DEFINITION    “Teaching models are just instructionaldesigns. They describes the process ofspecifying and producing partic...
USE OF MODELS OF TEACHING1.   PLANNING FOR TEACHING2.   INTERACTION IN CLASSROOM3.   FRAMING OF INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS4.   ...
FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTS1. FOCUS / OBJECTIVES2. SYNTAX3. SOCIAL SYSTEM4. SUPPORT SYSTEM / EVALUATION            JANGIDML@REDIF...
TYPES OF TEACHING MODELSMODERN CLASSIFICATION ( B.JOYCE & OTHER )-1. INFORMATION PROCESSING FAMILY2. SOCIAL FAMILY3. PERSO...
INFORMATION PROCESSING MODELS1.   CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL : J. BRUNER2.   INDUCTIVE THINKING : HILDA TABA3.   INQUIRY TRA...
SOCIAL INTERACTION MODELS1.   GROUP INVESTIGATION : HERBERT,JOHN DEWEY2.   JURISPRUDENTIAL TEACHING : D. OLIVER & SHAVER3....
PERSONAL MODELS1.   NON-DIRECTIVE TEACHING : CARL ROGERS2.   ENHANCING SELF ESTEEM : MASLOW3.   AWARENESS TRAINING : W.S.F...
BEHAVIOURAL MODELS1.   MASTERY LEARNING : BLOOM & BLOCK2.   DIRECT INSTRUCTION : GOOD,BROPHY etc3.   SIMULATION : CARL & M...
HISTORICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1. SOCRATIC TEACHING MODELS2. CLASSICAL HUMANISTIC MODEL3. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL        ...
PHILOSOPHICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1. THE IMPRESSION MODEL2. THE INSIGHT MODEL3. THE RULE MODEL            JANGIDML@REDIFF.CO...
PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1.   A BASIC TEACHING MODEL2.   A COMPUTER BASED TEACHING MODEL3.   A TEACHING MODEL FOR S...
MODELS OF TEACHING FOR                    TEACHER EDUCATION1. TABA’S MODEL OF TEACHING2. TURNER’S MODEL OF TEACHING3. A MO...
THANKS !           JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM   14
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  1. 1. JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 1
  2. 2. DEFINITION “Teaching models are just instructionaldesigns. They describes the process ofspecifying and producing particularenvironmental situations which cause thestudents to interact in such a way thatspecific change occurs in the behavior.” - Bruce R. Joyce & Weil JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 2
  3. 3. USE OF MODELS OF TEACHING1. PLANNING FOR TEACHING2. INTERACTION IN CLASSROOM3. FRAMING OF INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS4. SELECTION OF TEACHING AIDS5. BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION6. STIMLUS & MOTIVATION7. EVALUATION AS PER OBJECTIVES8. CHOOSING RESPONSE & REACTIONS9. CURRICULAM FRAMING JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 3
  4. 4. FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTS1. FOCUS / OBJECTIVES2. SYNTAX3. SOCIAL SYSTEM4. SUPPORT SYSTEM / EVALUATION JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 4
  5. 5. TYPES OF TEACHING MODELSMODERN CLASSIFICATION ( B.JOYCE & OTHER )-1. INFORMATION PROCESSING FAMILY2. SOCIAL FAMILY3. PERSONAL FAMILY4. BEHAVIOUR SYSTEM FAMILYOTHER MODELS OF TEACHINGS-1. HISTORICAL MODELS2. PHILOSOPHICAL MODELS3. TEACHERS MODELS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 5
  6. 6. INFORMATION PROCESSING MODELS1. CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL : J. BRUNER2. INDUCTIVE THINKING : HILDA TABA3. INQUIRY TRAINING : RICHARD SUCHMEN4. SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY: J.J.SCHWAB5. PICTURE WORD INDUCTIVE : E. CALHOUN6. SYNECTIES( CREATIVITY ) : W.GORDON7. ADVANCE ORGANIZER : DAVID J. AUSUBEL8. MNEMONICS (MEMORY ASSISTS): PRESSEY,LEVIN JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 6
  7. 7. SOCIAL INTERACTION MODELS1. GROUP INVESTIGATION : HERBERT,JOHN DEWEY2. JURISPRUDENTIAL TEACHING : D. OLIVER & SHAVER3. ROLE PLAYING : SHAFTEL4. POSITIVE INTERDEPENDENCE : ROGER,DAVID etc.5. STRUCTURED INQUIRY : ROBERT SLAVIN6. LABORATORY METHOD : BETHAL & MAINE7. SOCIAL SIMULATION : SORON BUBOC8. VALUE ANALYSIS : J. KUMBUS9. VALUE DISCUSSION : BEAR ( these are classify other then Joyce ) JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 7
  8. 8. PERSONAL MODELS1. NON-DIRECTIVE TEACHING : CARL ROGERS2. ENHANCING SELF ESTEEM : MASLOW3. AWARENESS TRAINING : W.S.FEITZ4. CONCEPTUAL SYSTEM : DAVID F. HUNT5. CLASSROOM MEETING : W.GLASSER JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 8
  9. 9. BEHAVIOURAL MODELS1. MASTERY LEARNING : BLOOM & BLOCK2. DIRECT INSTRUCTION : GOOD,BROPHY etc3. SIMULATION : CARL & MARY SMITH4. SOCIAL LEARNING : BANDURA,THORESON etc.5. PROGRAMMED SCHEDULE : SKINNER6. RELAXATION : RIM, MASTERS,VOLP7. STRESS RELAXATION : RIM, MASTERS,VOLP8. ASSERTIVE TRAINING : VOLP,SALTER9. OPERANT CONDITIONING : SKINER JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 9
  10. 10. HISTORICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1. SOCRATIC TEACHING MODELS2. CLASSICAL HUMANISTIC MODEL3. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 10
  11. 11. PHILOSOPHICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1. THE IMPRESSION MODEL2. THE INSIGHT MODEL3. THE RULE MODEL JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 11
  12. 12. PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS OF TEACHING1. A BASIC TEACHING MODEL2. A COMPUTER BASED TEACHING MODEL3. A TEACHING MODEL FOR SCHOOL LEARNING4. AN INTERACTION MODEL OF TEACHING JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 12
  13. 13. MODELS OF TEACHING FOR TEACHER EDUCATION1. TABA’S MODEL OF TEACHING2. TURNER’S MODEL OF TEACHING3. A MODEL OF VARIATION IN TEACHER- ORIENTATION4. THE FOX LIPPITT’S TEACHING MODEL JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 13
  14. 14. THANKS ! JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM 14
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