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TEACHING IS A CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED IN THE FUTURE – A SERVICE – AND IS THE NOBLEST OF ALL PROFESSIONS. HENCE I AM PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM A TEACHER. …

TEACHING IS A CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED IN THE FUTURE – A SERVICE – AND IS THE NOBLEST OF ALL PROFESSIONS. HENCE I AM PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM A TEACHER.
A TEACHER SHOULD FOCUS ON WHAT THE STUDENTS CAN DO AND NOT ON WHAT THEY CANNOT.

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  • 1. HOW TO BE A BETTER TEACHER? IDEAL TEACHER
  • 2. WHO IS EXCELLENT?
    • A poor teacher tells
    • An average teacher explains
    • A good teacher demonstrates
    • An excellent teacher inspires
  • 3. EDUCATION
    • The word education comes from the Greek word EDUCATOM which means going ahead from inside. It is an all round development of personality. Education is the process of empowering the learners to meet the challenges of 21st centuary..
  • 4. TEACHING
    • TEACHING IS A CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED IN THE FUTURE – A SERVICE – AND IS THE NOBLEST OF ALL PROFESSIONS. HENCE I AM PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM A TEACHER .
    • A TEACHER SHOULD FOCUS ON WHAT THE STUDENTS CAN DO AND NOT ON WHAT THEY CANNOT.
  • 5. SCHOOL
    • A place where all children grow not only in size, but also in knowledge, curiosity, courage, patience, confidence, resilance (coming back) and understanding
  • 6. TEACHER
    • Teachers are special peoples who brings joyful happening in the hearts of children. Ateacher is a facilitator and a guide
  • 7. TEACHER
    • T – TACTFULNESS
    • E – ENTHUSIASTIC
    • A – ABILITY
    • C – CHARACTER
    • H – HONESTY
    • E – EFFICIENCY
    • R – RESOURCEFULNESS
  • 8. THE 5P’S OF A TEACHER
    • Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance
    • For a teacher it is the noblest of all professions – Be proud to say this
    • I am proud to say that I am a teacher because I am still growing
  • 9. ASK THEORY
    • ATTITUDE
    • SKILLS
    • KNOWLEDGE
    • Applying the ASK theory will give you KASH.
    • K  KNOWLEDGE
    • A  ATTITUDE
    • S  SKILL
    • H  HABIT
  • 10. WHICH IS BETTER IN KASH?
    • Put one mark for A, 2 for B, 3 for c etc and find out marks for each quality, you will see that it is 100 for ATTITUDE only.
    • ATTITUDE =1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=100
  • 11. GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS
    • Speaking
    • Hearing
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Body Language
    • Listening
  • 12. ATTITUDES
    • Team Work ( team T ogether E verybody A chieve M ore)
    • Communication
    • Motivation
    • Creative
    • Presentation
    • Good Inter Personnel Relationship
    • Always be positive
  • 13. ATTITUDES contd….
    • Be Proactive  having responsibility ( ability for response)
    • Reactive  Immeadiately reacting positively
    • Gratitude  Thankful
    • Admit mistakes
    • Appreciation  use positive strokes for appreciation
  • 14. No quick decisions
    • A, B and C are three persons. A is drunkard, chain smoker etc. B is waking up late, immediately drinks half a bottle of whisky etc. C wakes up at 4AM, no smoke, no liquor, etc Who is best?
  • 15. As a teacher
    • Admit your errors
    • Never try to find fault with others
    • Love your children
    • They are your son or daughter too.
  • 16. CREATIVVITY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
    • 1. Pose open ended or divergent questions in the class
    • 2. Develop sensitiveness in children to the environment
    • 3. Assign projects to the children, which call the original thinking.
    • 4. Avoid over emphasizing the textual information.
    • 5. Provide stimulation for expression of ideas
  • 17. CREATIVVITY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
    • 6. Encourage children to peruse hobbies.
    • 7. Appreciate openly for unusual ideas and questions.
    • 8. Encourage children to make as many guesses as possible.
    • 9. Do not always insist on correct answers. Allow children to rethink
    • 10. Take care to see that his class mates do not ridicule him for his answers or questions
  • 18. CREATIVVITY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
    • 11. Discourage self-criticism.
    • 12. Avoid telling every thing. Allow the child to think and express.
    • 13. Give minimum guidance while they are engaged in working on a problem.
    • 14. Do not make sarcastic and insulting statements in children.
    • 15. Try new ways of teaching the same unit.
  • 19. BETTER STRATEGIES FOR CLASS ROOM TEACHING
    • Greet the students with a smile.
    • Look at them and call them by name.
    • Motivate students for learning
    • Use dynamics of the group
    • Divide and conquer
  • 20. BETTER STRATEGIES FOR CLASS ROOM TEACHING
    • Review is the key
    • Learning is directly proportional to the fun you have.
    • Change the pace
    • Help pupil learn, how to learn
    • Teach from prepared lives as well as prepared lessons
  • 21. WILL YOU PRACTICE THE FOLLOWING?
    • Class Diary having the details of each students in a class.
    • Special PTA meeting to appraise the student
    • Always develop a caring and sharing attitude.
    • Initiate for sex education and related topics for teenagers.
    • Initiate value based activities and group learning.
  • 22. WILL YOU PRACTICE THE FOLLOWING?
    • Attend counseling classes and behavioral therapy courses.
    • Develop individual relationship with each child.
    • Assign students with certain topics to involve them in teaching
    • Understanding and implement remedial action for student behaviour
    • Group discussion by teachers to help an average child to excel.
  • 23. TEACHER’S PRAYER
    • Oh lord! Please help me
    • To accept human beings as they are,
    • Not to search for perfect creatures.
    • To recognise ability and to encourage it,
    • To understand shortcomings
    • And make allowances for them
  • 24. Teacher’s prayer
    • To work patiently for improvement
    • And not expect too much too quickly
    • To appreciate what people do right
    • Not just to criticise what they do wrong
    • To be slow to anger
    • And hard to discourage
    • To have the hide of an elephant
    • And the patience of mother earth
  • 25. TEACHER’S PRAYER
    • In short
    • Oh lord! Please help me to be a better teacher.
    • Give me courage to say
    • I AM PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM A TEACHER BECAUSE I AM STILL GROWING
  • 26. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION
    • PROJECT
    • ASSIGNMENT
    • PRACTICAL / SEMINAR
    • RECORD / COLLECTION
    • CLASS TEST
  • 27. DIFFERENT STAGES OF PROJECT
    • Experiencing a problem and defining the problem
    • FORMATION OF HYPOTHESIS – based on the analysis of the problem
    • PLANNING – deciding the method, developing the idea for the situations or devices required to collect and analyse data, fixing time
  • 28. DIFFERENT STAGES OF PROJECT
    • EXECUTING – Making the devices or other arrangements for collecting data, Data collection and recording, Arranging the data in order
    • ANALYSIS
    • ARRIVING AT A CONCLUSION
    • PREPARING THE REPORT
  • 29. THE STRUCTURE OF PROJECT REPORT
    • COVER PAGE: It should contain the title of project, then by name of child and at the bottom the year
    • INTRODUCTION: Here the child should explain the problem
    • HYPOTHESIS (if any)
    • OBJECTIVES (AIMS)
    • METHOD OF STUDY
  • 30. THE STRUCTURE OF PROJECT REPORT
    • DATA
    • ANALYSIS
    • CONCLUSION ( if there is hypothesis, with respect to the hypothesis)
    • SUGGESTIONS (if any)
    • REFERENCE
    • ANNEXURE
  • 31. EVALUATION OF PROJECT
    • Planning:4/3/2/1
    • Data collection, classification of data, arranging data and their reliability: 4/3/2/1
    • Ability to analyse data, to reach inference, and to formulate suggestions: 4/3/2/1
  • 32. EVALUATION OF PROJECT
    • The report, its authenticity, structure, relation with project diary, and the formation of ideas from it: 4/3/2/1
    • Content awareness, and ability to explain whatever he has done: 4/3/2/1
  • 33. ASSIGNMENTS
    • Assignments are learning activities which are meant to achieve the curricular objectives. This should be finished in a time bound manner. Assignments can be written work or making of models or drawn ones. Even the made models or drawn ones must be supported by written short notes
  • 34. EVALUATION OF ASSIGNMENTS 1/2/3/4 TIME BOUND 5 1/2/3/4 OWN OBSERVATION, ASSESSMENTS 4 1/2/3/4 CREATIVITY 3 1/2/3/4 AUTHENTICITY OF CONTENT 2 1/2/3/4 CONTENT AWARENESS 1
  • 35. EVALUATION OF SEMINAR 1/2/3/4 PRESENTATION 5 1/2/3/4 EFFICIENCY IN PREPARATION OF SEMINAR 4 1/2/3/4 CONTENT AWARENESS 3 1/2/3/4 DATA COLLECTION 2 1/2/3/4 PLANNING AND ORGANISATION 1
  • 36. EVALUATION OF PRACTICALS 1/2/3/4 EXCELLENCE IN RECORD 5 1/2/3/4 DATA ANALYSIS, CONCLUSION 4 1/2/3/4 PRECISION, ACCURACY 3 1/2/3/4 SKILL IN HANDLING INSTRUMENTS 2 1/2/3/4 PLANNING 1
  • 37. THANK YOU
    • MY SINCERE THANKS FOR BEARING ME FOR SUCH A LONG TIME INSPITE OF YOUR BUSY WORKS
  • 38. EVALUATION OF COLLECTIONS/ RECORDS 1/2/3/4 TIME BOUND 5 1/2/3/4 STRUCTURE AND ATTRACTION 4 1/2/3/4 ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT 3 1/2/3/4 SKILL IN ACTIVITY, RELEVANCE 2 1/2/3/4 CONTENT AWARENESS 1
  • 39. WHO IS BETTER TEACHER?
    • Let there be four glasses of water. Each glass is having a doll. In the first, a sponge doll, an iron doll in the second, a gold doll in the third and a sandal wood doll. If the water is representing students and the sponge is teacher, then who is best