Models of teaching jangid ml

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Models of teaching jangid ml

  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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