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Demonstration

  1. 1. DEMONSTRATION DR. MAHESWARI JAIKUMAR maheswarijaikumar2103@gmail.com
  2. 2. DEMONSTRATION METHOD
  3. 3. DEMONSTRATION • Demonstration is method of presentation of skill in way which shows how a particular procedure is performed. • Demonstration increases interest of students and persuades them to adopt recommended practices.
  4. 4. • The demonstration method is based on the principle of " Learning by Doing". • The clinical teaching of procedures in a hospital is based on demonstration method.
  5. 5. PURPOSE • 1. To acquire knowledge and skill. • 2. To develop attitude. • 3. To retain and able to use the achieved skill.
  6. 6. TECHNIQUE OF DEMONSTRATION • Demonstration involves three steps as follows: • 1. PLANNING. • 2. PERFORMING. • 3. EVALUATION.
  7. 7. PLANNING DEMONSTRATION • The instructor preparers herself for : • 1. Articles and steps of demonstration. • 2. Conducive learning environment.
  8. 8. • 3. Plan objectives based on the need of the learner. • 4. Review of the related knowledge and skill of demonstration. • 5. Steps of demonstration on rational basis. • 6. Rehearsals to attain proficiency in doing procedure.
  9. 9. • 7. Learning environment such as facility to observe demonstration and do return demonstration. • 8. Student participation in demonstration of procedure. • 9. Assembling and good working condition on articles.
  10. 10. • 10. Free opportunity for students to practice skills. • 11. Checlist related to steps of demonstration,so that it can be checked that procedure is performed in a proper way.
  11. 11. PERFORMANCE • The teacher should proceed from whole to parts by briefly explaining the procedure, then to individual steps. • Explain about each article : name, purpose and how to use in the procedure.
  12. 12. • Make sure that each step is performed in understandable way & also explain the scientific principles associated with each step. • Ask questions in between demonstration procedure and encourage learners to seek clarification.
  13. 13. • On completing the procedure, talk about summary and then replace the articles, demonstrate after care and wash hands.
  14. 14. EVALUATION • The teacher should evaluate as to know if the students have learned the skills appropriately. • This is done by taking return demonstration and comparing the steps of procedures with the planned set criteria of procedure.
  15. 15. ADVANTAGES • Utilize several senses; students can see, hear, and possibly experience an actual event. • Stimulates interest among students to learn.
  16. 16. LEARNING PYRAMID
  17. 17. RETENTION OF SUBJECT
  18. 18. • Present ideas and concepts more clearly. • Provide direct experiences. • Reinforce learning. • Illustrates the co ordination and develops psychomotor skills.
  19. 19. • Return demonstration provides an opportunity to the teacher to evaluate the knowledge and skill acquired by the learner.
  20. 20. LIMITATIONS • May fail if it is not planned. • May limit participation of all the learners.
  21. 21. • May limit audience/client input. • Requires a meticulous pre-preparation.
  22. 22. • Only a small group may be involved in demonstration. • Involves a high cost. • Difficulty in repeated demonstration.
  23. 23. TIPS FOR A GOOD DEMONSTRATION • Know your audience. • Set your objectives. • Plan your preparation time
  24. 24. • Plan your recipes/activities. • Involve your audience/client. • Be prepared for various room arrangements.
  25. 25. • Help your audience/client to see what you are doing. • Provide handouts to support what you say. • Be organized. • Follow safety precautions.
  26. 26. THANK YOU

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