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Microteaching is a popular techniques in the field of education

Microteaching is a popular techniques in the field of education

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    Microteaching Microteaching Presentation Transcript

    • Micro Teaching
      Presented by
      Dr. B. C. Mondal
    • WHAT IS MICRO-TEACHING
      “Micro-teaching is a scaled down teaching encounter in class size and class time.”-D W Allen
      “Micro-teaching is a teacher education technique which allows teachers to apply clear defined teaching skills to carefully prepared lessons in a planned series of five to ten minutes encounter with a small group of real students, often with an opportunity to observe the result on video-tape.”- R N Bush
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF MICRO-TEACHING
      Relatively new innovation
      Teachers’ training technique
      Scaled down teaching
      Real teaching
      Safe practice ground
      Feedback
      Teaching model
    • Phases of Micro Teaching
    • Microteaching spiral
       
       
      Microteaching Spiral
    • STEPS IN MICRO-TEACHING
      Orientation
      Discussion of Teaching Skills
      Selection of a Particular Teaching-Skill
      Presentation of Demonstration Lesson
      Observation of the Lesson & Criticism
      Preparation of the Micro-Lesson Plan
      Creation of Micro-Teaching Setting
    • STEPS IN MICRO-TEACHING
      Practice of Teaching Skill
      Feedback
      Re-planning
      Re-Teaching
      Re-Feedback
      Repetition of the Micro-Teaching Cycle
      Integration of Skills
    • DURATION OF THE MICRO-TEACHING IN INDIA
      Teaching 6 minutes
      Feedback 6 minutes
      Re-planning 12 minutes
      Re-teaching 6 minutes
      Re-feedback 6 minutes
      TOTAL = 36 minutes
    • Advantages
      Lessens the complexities of normal class room teaching
      Safe practice
      Scientific
      Motivational
    • Limitations
      Skill Oriented rather than content
      Scope of microteaching is narrow
      Required competent teacher educator
      Tends to reduce creativity of teacher
      Time consuming
      Alone may not be adequate
      Carried on in a controlled situation only
    • FORMAT OF MICRO LESSON PLAN
      CLASS
      TIME
      SKILL (ONE OR TWO)
      SPECIFIC CONTENT
      BEHAVORAL OBJECTIVES
    • FORMAT OF MICRO LESSON PLAN
    • tHANK YOU