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Personal model by john paul

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  • 1. PERSONAL MODEL
    NON-DIRECTIVE TEACHING
  • 2. Learner at the centre
    Based upon  work of counselors
    Therapy is a mode of learning
    Positive human relations
    Instruction based upon human relations in contrast to subject matter
    Teachers role is a facilitator
    Help students explore ideas that pertain to their lives
    Students and teachers work together in a partnership of learning
    Builds long-term learning styles rather than short-term content objectives
  • 3. Learner at the centre
    Based upon  work of counselors
    Therapy is a mode of learning
    Positive human relations
    Instruction based upon human relations in contrast to subject matter
    Teachers role is a facilitator
    Help students explore ideas that pertain to their lives
    Students and teachers work together in a partnership of learning
    Builds long-term learning styles rather than short-term content objectives
  • 4. GOALS AND ASSUMPTION
    Teacher respects  students ability to identify  a and find  solution to problems
    Empathize with students to nurture and develop thoughts
    Both positive and negative feedback essential to development
    Focus on “we” instead of “you”
  • 5. CLASSROOM ATMOSPHERE
    Students will Release feelings
    Develop insight
    Follow with action
    Integration that leads to a new orientation
  • 6. TAKING THE LEAD
    Taking the  Lead 
    Teacher directs  and maintains the discussion
     Lead without  taking away from students
  • 7. DO’S AND DONT’S
    Do’s
    Reflect, clarify, accept  and demonstrate understanding
    Approve when genuine  progress is made 
                 Don’ts
     Interpret, evaluate, offer advice
    Attempt to change  the ideas or influence attitudes
  • 8. SEQUENCE OF NON-DIRECTIVE MODEL
    Phase One:  Define helping situation
    Phase Two: Explore the Problem
    Phase Three: Develop Insight
    Phase Four: Plan and Decision Making
    Phase Five: Integration
  • 9. APPLICATION
    Personal, social,  academic problems
    Discussions about books in English
    Ag, FACS-problem solving, Careers class
    Science-Labs
    Math-Consumer math-Real Life situations
  • 10. APPLICATION
    Students centered  teaching
    Teacher is facilitator
    Focus on student and not content centered
    Build long-term learners

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