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PANEL DISCUSSION

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  • 1. PANEL DISCUSSION Ms. JEENA AEJY MS(N)
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  • 3. ORIGIN
    • Panel discussion technique was originated by Harry . A. Overstreet in 1929
  • 4. definition: PANEL DISCUSSION
    • It is a discussion in which few persons ( the panel) carry on conversation in front of the audience.
    • At the end of the discussion audience also participates.
    • The audience put important questions and the experts answers them and clarify the points
  • 5. purpose
    • Purpose of the panel discussion is to reproduce the features of a small discussion group for the benefit of a larger group
  • 6. OBJECTIVES OF PANEL DISCUSSION
    • To provide information and new facts.
    • To analyze a problem from different angles
    • To identify the values.
    • To organize for mental recreation
  • 7. TYPES OF PANEL DISCUSSIONS
    • 1. public panel discussions
    • 2. educational panel discussions
  • 8. PUBLIC PANEL DISCUSSIONS
    • These are organized for common men problems.
    • Objectives:
    • To provide factual information regarding current problems
    • To determine social values
    • To recreate the common men
    • E.g. annual budget, educated unemployment , increase in price of things.
  • 9. EDUCATIONAL PANEL DISCUSSIONS
    • Used in educational institutions to provide factual & conceptual knowledge and clarification of certain theories and principles.
    • Some times these are organized to find out the solutions of certain problems
  • 10.
    • Objectives of educational panel discussions
    • To provide factual information and conceptual knowledge
    • To give awareness of theories and principles
    • To provide solution of certain problems
  • 11. Procedure of panel discussion
  • 12. Types of members in panel discussion
    • Instructor
    • Moderator
    • Panelists
    • Audience
  • 13. 1.INSTRUCTOR
    • Plays most important role in panel discussion
    • Plans how , where , when panel discussion will be organized
    • Prepares the schedule for panel discussion
    • Sometimes rehearsal is also planned
  • 14. 2. MODERATOR
    • Keeps the discussion on the theme and encourages interaction among members.
    • Summarizes & highlights the points.
    • Should have mastery on the theme or problem of the discussion.
  • 15. 3.PANELISTS
    • There are 4 – 10 panelists in the discussion
    • Members sits in a semi circle shape in front of the audience
    • The moderator sits in the middle of the panelists
    • All panelists must have mastery of the subject matter.
  • 16. 4. AUDIENCE
    • Audience are allowed to put question and seek clarification.
    • They can present their point of view and their experiences regarding the theme.
    • The panelists answers
    • In some situations moderator also tries to answer the Qn
  • 17.
    • At the end of discussion , moderator summarizes the discussions and presents his point of view
    • He expresses thanks to panelists and audience
  • 18. Characteristics of panel discussion
    • Used in university & college level to organize teaching at reflective level
    • Develops the ability of problem solving
    • Helps to understand nature, problem or theme of discussion
    • Develops ability of presentation of theme and giving their point of view logically.
    • Develops right type of attitude and ability to tolerate anti- ideas of others
    • Helps in creative thinking
    • Develops manners of putting Qn.s & answering them
  • 19. Advantages of panel discussion
    • Encourages social learning
    • Higher cognitive and affective objectives are achieved
    • Used to develop ability of problem solving and logical thinking
    • Develops capacity to respect others ideas and feelings & ability to tolerate.
    • It provides opportunities of assimilation of theme and content.
  • 20. Topic used in panel discussion
    • Education as an instrument of social change.
    • Student teaching in teacher educatinon programme.
    • Population education.
    • Scope of educational technology in our country
    • Examination reform
  • 21. Limitations of panel discussion
    • There are chances to deviate from the theme of discussion
    • some members may dominate
    • There is possibility to split the group in to two subgroups ( for & against)
    • If panelist belong to different groups, it may not create appropriate learning situation
  • 22. How to organize effective panel discussions
    • There should be a rehearsal before actual panel discussions
    • The moderator should be a matured person and should have the full understanding of theme / problem & should have full control over the situation.
    • The seating arrangement should be such that every one should be of equal distance & should observe each other.
    • Moderator should encourage constructive discussion among panelists and audience
  • 23. The end

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