Teaching as Process in Curriculum

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Teaching as Process in Curriculum

  1. 1. What comes in your mind when you hear the word Teaching?  Teaching is a process of imparting knowledge and skills required to master a subject matter.  Teaching is showing, telling, giving instruction, making someone understand in order to learn.
  2. 2. Feed back and Reflection Teaching Process
  3. 3. Feed back and Reflection Teaching Process
  4. 4. Planning phase / Teaching Plans Planning phase includes decision about: a) The needs of the learners b) The achievable goals and objectives to meet the needs c) The selection of the content to be taught d) The motivation to carry out the goals e) The strategies most fit to carry out the goals f) The evaluation process to measure learning outcomes
  5. 5. Planning phase / Teaching Plans Teaching plans may be short term like the daily plan or long term plan like the unit plan or a yearly plan. In a plan, considerations should include the learner, availability of materials, time requirements of particular activities, the strategies needed to achieve the objectives and the teacher.
  6. 6. Implementation phase Requires the teacher to implement what has been planned. Means to put into action the different activities in order to achieve the objectives through the subject matter. The use of the different teaching styles and strategies should be included in this phase.
  7. 7. Evaluation phase Will answer the question if the plans and implementation have been successfully achieved.
  8. 8. Feed back and Reflections To give a feedback is to give information as to whether the three phases were appropriately done and gave good result. Reflection is a process embedded in teaching where the teacher inquires into his or her actions and provides deep and critical thinking.
  9. 9. On the basis of the diagram, basic assumptions can be made. These assumptions are: 1) That teaching is goal-oriented with the change of behavior as the ultimate end; 2) That teachers are the ones who shape actively their own actions; 3) That teaching is a rational and a reflective process; and 4) That teachers by their actions can influence learners to change their own thinking or desired behavior, thus teaching is a way of changing behavior through the intervention of the teacher.
  10. 10. To further clarify, what teaching is all about there are some indicators which you can use to guide in the process of good teaching. Good teaching is one that is well planned and where activities are interrelated to each other. Good teaching is one that provides learning experience or situations that will ensure understanding, application and critical thinking Good teaching is one where the learner is stimulated to think and reason. Good teaching utilize prior learning and its application to new situations Good teaching is governed by democratic principles Good teaching embeds a sound evaluation process

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