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Blooms Taxonomy based Action  Research Methodology for    High Impact Teaching          AJAL. A. J
MAJOR PARTS OF THE     PRESENTATION PART 1:         PART 2:  THE              THECONTEXT        INITIATIVES       PART 3: ...
PEDAGOGY       EQUITYCURRICULUMESSENTIAL LEARNINGS
THE PENULTIMATE SHELL           Standards Based              Curriculum                         Values and                ...
Why do students -------- permanently ?•Lack of concentration•Lack of motivation•No vocabulary available•No language struct...
The Curriculum frameA breeding ground for    Students ...   !
Teacher   vs FacultyGeneral teaching practices are:3.   lecture method4.   demonstration method5.   lecture cum demonstrat...
What is action research?• Action research is deliberate, solution-oriented investigation      that is group or personally ...
Purpose of action research? Action research is used for various  Purposes: Curriculum development, Professional develop...
How can I use action research in my              classroom?You can use it• to chart the effects of implementation of a  cu...
How does action research benefit studentsin the classroom? Action research can improve the teaching and learning process b...
How does action research benefit                   teachers?• Teachers learn what it is that they are able to  influence• ...
MODEL        Action           A simple action research spiral                                        Critical             ...
A simple action research spiralAction            Critical reflection                                  Critical         pla...
PROCESS FLOW           action --> review --> planning --> actionaction   -->   review    --> planning       -->        act...
COMPLEXITY FACEDIT MIMICS VLSI DESIGN ? TIME COMPLEXITY SPACE COMPLEXITY HOW TO REDUCE COMPLEXITYStructured discussion
Building relationships      !    Please don’t read between lines Good relationships foster change.               Skill se...
Participation and involvement   !  Discovering the reasons       !    Focusing on outcomes    !        Allowing time   !
In ICT                    A professional development                    framework for teachers in ICT                    B...
The Action Research Cycle                           Problem                         identification                        ...
Identify the ProblemSelect the Area of Focus              Determine &              describe the current              situa...
Develop a TimelineThis is the essenceof planning!Anticipate where &how your study willtake place.Anticipate how longeach s...
Put the Action Plan into Action    Go for it!   The Fact -- I don’t just want to research    something-    I want to mak...
Recurrent Cycles of Action Research
From Mission 10X faculty Empowerment Workshop hosted by METS school of engineering, MALA.
BLOOMS TAXONOMYOriginal Taxonomy   Revision of Taxonomy  KNOWLEDGE          REMEMBER (I Know)COMPREHENSION           UNDER...
Smart         class    room          Vsinteractive           class
RESULT ANALYSIS     AND DISCUSSIONS:
METHODOLOGIES !• Do not try to cover all attributes  during a single session!• One observation tells you little,  but many...
Students’ views on Assignments• Have more time to work on the structure  than an exam.• There are too many of them.
Data Retrieval Charts• DRC’s are visual organizers that are used to  help you or your students collect and organize  infor...
Co-curricular activities           vs                 Extra Co-curricular activities
Conclusions The telecommunication and teaching sectors  have to work together in developing national  LEARNING strategies...
References
Your Turn – Questions?• Asking questions is one of the most  important & beautiful part of a conference         There are ...
??? QUESTIONS ???
Please feel free to contact mewith any additional questions or           thoughts.       For more information on          ...
How does my understanding of social inclusionimpact on how I construct the curriculum in theearly years?What and who are w...
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING                ec2reach@gmail.com
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  • Placement training given by seniors .. Delivered to juniors We r taking the aspects of blooms taxonomy and just imparting it wit action research
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    1. 1. fisatianz
    2. 2. Blooms Taxonomy based Action Research Methodology for High Impact Teaching AJAL. A. J
    3. 3. MAJOR PARTS OF THE PRESENTATION PART 1: PART 2: THE THECONTEXT INITIATIVES PART 3: POSSIBILITIES
    4. 4. PEDAGOGY EQUITYCURRICULUMESSENTIAL LEARNINGS
    5. 5. THE PENULTIMATE SHELL Standards Based Curriculum Values and Beliefs Educational Approaches Teaching and Learning
    6. 6. Why do students -------- permanently ?•Lack of concentration•Lack of motivation•No vocabulary available•No language structures available•Boring Lectures•Shyness•Inhibition & fear of being corrected too often
    7. 7. The Curriculum frameA breeding ground for Students ... !
    8. 8. Teacher vs FacultyGeneral teaching practices are:3. lecture method4. demonstration method5. lecture cum demonstration method6. heuristic method7. project method8. problem solving method
    9. 9. What is action research?• Action research is deliberate, solution-oriented investigation that is group or personally owned and conducted. It is characterized by spiraling cycles : Problem identification, Systematic data collection, Reflection, analysis, Data-driven action taken, And, finally, problem redefinition. The linking of the terms “action” and “research” highlights the essential features of this method: trying out ideas in practice as a means of increasing knowledge about or improving curriculum, teaching, and learning . (Kemmis & McTaggart, 1988)
    10. 10. Purpose of action research? Action research is used for various Purposes: Curriculum development, Professional development, Systems planning, Restructuring, and as an Evaluative tool.
    11. 11. How can I use action research in my classroom?You can use it• to chart the effects of implementation of a curriculum or strategy,• to study student learning and responses,• or to profile individual students.
    12. 12. How does action research benefit studentsin the classroom? Action research can improve the teaching and learning process by reinforcing, modifying, or changing perceptions based on informal data and nonsystematic observations.
    13. 13. How does action research benefit teachers?• Teachers learn what it is that they are able to influence• and they make changes that produce results that show change.• The process provides the opportunity to work with others• and to learn from the sharing of ideas.
    14. 14. MODEL Action A simple action research spiral Critical reflection
    15. 15. A simple action research spiralAction Critical reflection Critical planning review
    16. 16. PROCESS FLOW action --> review --> planning --> actionaction --> review --> planning --> action present action plans --> future actions present monitoring plans --> future monitoring
    17. 17. COMPLEXITY FACEDIT MIMICS VLSI DESIGN ? TIME COMPLEXITY SPACE COMPLEXITY HOW TO REDUCE COMPLEXITYStructured discussion
    18. 18. Building relationships ! Please don’t read between lines Good relationships foster change. Skill set•Data-driven action research
    19. 19. Participation and involvement ! Discovering the reasons ! Focusing on outcomes ! Allowing time !
    20. 20. In ICT A professional development framework for teachers in ICT Based on Action Research. PLAN EXPLORE EnquiryProcess QualityProduct Teaching & Habits Learning PERFORM Reflection PRACTISE
    21. 21. The Action Research Cycle Problem identification & questions Results, analyses & Explorationinterpretation Action Reflection Research & data Hypothesis collection Application Planning of in practice action steps
    22. 22. Identify the ProblemSelect the Area of Focus Determine & describe the current situation Discuss Negotiate Explore opportunities Assess possibilities Examine constraints
    23. 23. Develop a TimelineThis is the essenceof planning!Anticipate where &how your study willtake place.Anticipate how longeach step will take.Apply predicted timeframes to acalendar.
    24. 24. Put the Action Plan into Action Go for it! The Fact -- I don’t just want to research something- I want to make a difference
    25. 25. Recurrent Cycles of Action Research
    26. 26. From Mission 10X faculty Empowerment Workshop hosted by METS school of engineering, MALA.
    27. 27. BLOOMS TAXONOMYOriginal Taxonomy Revision of Taxonomy KNOWLEDGE REMEMBER (I Know)COMPREHENSION UNDERSTAND (I Comprehend) APPLICATION APPLY (I Can Use It) ANALYSIS ANALYZE (I Can Be Logical) SYNTHESIS EVALUATE (I Can Judge) & CREATE (I Can Plan) EVALUATION MENTOR ( I Can Guide)
    28. 28. Smart class room Vsinteractive class
    29. 29. RESULT ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSIONS:
    30. 30. METHODOLOGIES !• Do not try to cover all attributes during a single session!• One observation tells you little, but many short observations can tell you a lot.• This provides you with an accurate indicator of students’ level of understanding.• It also helps you to plan instruction to meet specific needs
    31. 31. Students’ views on Assignments• Have more time to work on the structure than an exam.• There are too many of them.
    32. 32. Data Retrieval Charts• DRC’s are visual organizers that are used to help you or your students collect and organize information
    33. 33. Co-curricular activities vs Extra Co-curricular activities
    34. 34. Conclusions The telecommunication and teaching sectors have to work together in developing national LEARNING strategies Successful services require commitment to promote national strategies and facilitate capacity building Developing countries urgently need a strategic document – Master Plan and a Roadmap 43
    35. 35. References
    36. 36. Your Turn – Questions?• Asking questions is one of the most important & beautiful part of a conference There are NO stupid questions! Thank you all
    37. 37. ??? QUESTIONS ???
    38. 38. Please feel free to contact mewith any additional questions or thoughts. For more information on catch me at: ec2reach@gmail.com Or http://www.facebook.com/ajal4u
    39. 39. How does my understanding of social inclusionimpact on how I construct the curriculum in theearly years?What and who are we talking about really when wesay “social inclusion?” What are the effects of my understanding about social inclusion for myself, children, parents, colleagues?
    40. 40. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING ec2reach@gmail.com

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