Effective Teaching Learning Process - Prof. (Dr.) B. L. Handoo

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Effective Teaching Learning Process - Prof. (Dr.) B. L. Handoo

  1. 1. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING Prof. (Dr.) B.L.HANDOO EDUCATIONAL INNOVATOR
  2. 2. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING • Beranard’s Paradigm of Teaching and Learning Relationship Pupil Teacher Learning Learning Process Learning Process And Teacher Taught Interaction
  3. 3. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING • MAIN FOCUS OF TEACHING IS TO FACILITATE LEARNING. • WHEN THERE IS TEACHING, LEARNING MUST BE THERE.
  4. 4. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING TEACHING A SET OF ACTIONS TO INDUCE LEARNING.
  5. 5. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING LEARNING • A RELATIVELY PERMANENT CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR.
  6. 6. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING • “TEACHING ACTIVITIES NEED TO BE DESIGNED AND PERFORMED TO PRODUCE CHANGE IN STUDENT BEHAVIOUR”. CLARK
  7. 7. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING • TEACHING IS A SOCIAL ACTIVITY. • LEARNING IS AN INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY.
  8. 8. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING “THE PROCESS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING MUST BE ADAPTED TO EACH OTHER SO AS TO MAKE WHATEVER COMBINATION OF PROCEDURES PAY OFF BEST.” GAGNE
  9. 9. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING 11 109 1 2 5 6 8 7 4 312 11 Curriculum Educational Programme Learning (Student) Teaching (Teacher)
  10. 10. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING “TEACHING ACTIVITIES: LECTURE, QUESTION – ANSWERS, DISCUSSION, DISCOVERY AND ASSIGNMENTS AIM TO ACHIEVE COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE AND PSYCHOMOTOR GOALS”. B. S. BLOOM
  11. 11. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING • “THERE IS NO TEACHING WITHOUT LEARNING AND LEARNING MAY BE WITHOUT TEACHING”. THOMAS GREEN
  12. 12. STAGE-I Pre-Active Stage STAGE-2 Inter-Active Stage STAGE-3 Post-Active Stage TEACHING STAGE-I Pre-Active Stage Fixing up Goals & Content Decision about Strategies Diagnosis of the Learners Actions and Reactions Appropriate Testing Devices Feedback and Testing TEACHING PHASES OPERATIONS PHASES OF TEACHING ----- Philip. W. Jackson
  13. 13. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING Need of Relating Teaching to Learning:- • Teaching can be made effective by relating it to learning. • Teaching objectives can be identified in behavioural terms and appropriate learning situations created to realize these objectives.
  14. 14. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES LEARNING EXPERIENCES EVALUATION
  15. 15. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING “Teaching means arranging conditions of learning that are external to the learner. These conditions need to be constructed in a stage by stage; each stage is the just acquired capabilities of the learner, the requirement for retention for these capabilities” GAGNE
  16. 16. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING Eight different types of situations in which human learning conditions have been identified • Signal Learning • Stimulus – Response Learning. • Chain Learning. • Verbal Association Learning. • Discrimination Learning. • Concept Learning. • Rule Learning. • Problem Solving.
  17. 17. EFFECTIVE TEACHING - LEARNING Section 2 : Educational & Support Processes 2.2 Curriculum 2.2.1 Teaching Learning Process 2.2.2 Examination & assessment 2.2.3 Social & career development 2.2.4 Physical development 2.2.5 Ethical Values
  18. 18. If I can not learn the way you teach, will you teach me the way I can learn? If I can not learn the way you teach, will you teach me the way I can learn?

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