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The Laboratory Method of Teaching<br />Reynel Dan L. Galicinao<br />Ruscelle Joy A. Tering<br />
Laboratory Method<br />Utilizes raw data or material things to produce better understanding of the subject matter or lesso...
Objectives<br />1. Make use of the power of observation and reasoning<br />2. Manipulate learning equipments<br />3. Make ...
Advantages<br />Students learn by doing and come in contact with raw data or material objects in the teaching-learning pro...
Advantages<br />3. Develops the scientific attitude. <br />4. Gives an understanding of what research is and how to apply ...
Advantages<br />5. Gives training in organizing data gathered from real material objects and how these objects are manipul...
Disadvantages <br />Uneconomical way of learning in time and material. <br />Does not give much training in verbal express...
Scientific Method<br />Define the question <br />Gather information and resources (observe) <br />Form hypothesis <br />Pe...
Preparation<br />Review of past lesson relevant to the present for apperception and motivation.<br />Raising and defining ...
Preparation<br />d. Planning. (individually or groups)<br />		- what is important is that everyone knows exactly what he i...
Actual Work Period<br />Students work under the supervision of the teacher. (Supervised study)<br />Students may work:<br ...
Actual Work Period<br />The work may last for a single study period or for days.<br />All works must be recorded for conti...
Culminating Activities<br />Reporting what is worked on by individuals or groups in plenary session of the class.<br />Aft...
Culminating Activity<br />Different reports may be consolidated  into one then photocopies will be given to each member of...
Sample of The Laboratory Method of Teaching<br />Vital Signs Taking<br />Preparation: <br />Review on Vital signs<br />Ste...
Actual Work Period<br />During this period, students will work under the supervision of the teacher.<br /><ul><li>Culminat...
Other Examples<br />COPAR<br />Actual exposure in the Clinical  Area<br />Suctioning<br />And in performing other nursing ...
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  1. 1. The Laboratory Method of Teaching<br />Reynel Dan L. Galicinao<br />Ruscelle Joy A. Tering<br />
  2. 2. Laboratory Method<br />Utilizes raw data or material things to produce better understanding of the subject matter or lesson<br />Learning by doing<br />Using reality instead of symbols.<br /> - reality has more vividness<br />Investigatory or experimental<br />
  3. 3. Objectives<br />1. Make use of the power of observation and reasoning<br />2. Manipulate learning equipments<br />3. Make use of reality to make learning easier and more permanent<br />4. Make use of the scientific attitudes<br />5. Use the laboratory method or procedure<br />
  4. 4. Advantages<br />Students learn by doing and come in contact with raw data or material objects in the teaching-learning process.<br />Develops the power of observation and reasoning.<br />
  5. 5. Advantages<br />3. Develops the scientific attitude. <br />4. Gives an understanding of what research is and how to apply the scientific method of research<br />
  6. 6. Advantages<br />5. Gives training in organizing data gathered from real material objects and how these objects are manipulated to attain the objectives.<br />6. Since students come in contact with real life situations, it can be a preparation for solving real life problems.<br />
  7. 7. Disadvantages <br />Uneconomical way of learning in time and material. <br />Does not give much training in verbal expression and when the same equipment is used most of the time, its use becomes mechanical i.e., used without much thinking anymore<br />
  8. 8. Scientific Method<br />Define the question <br />Gather information and resources (observe) <br />Form hypothesis <br />Perform experiment and collect data <br />Analyze data <br />Interpret data and draw conclusions that serve as a starting point for new hypothesis <br />
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  10. 10. Preparation<br />Review of past lesson relevant to the present for apperception and motivation.<br />Raising and defining the work to be done.<br />Expected learning outcomes.<br />
  11. 11. Preparation<br />d. Planning. (individually or groups)<br /> - what is important is that everyone knows exactly what he is going to do and to do it correctly and timely.<br />
  12. 12. Actual Work Period<br />Students work under the supervision of the teacher. (Supervised study)<br />Students may work:<br /> - individually attacking the same problem or different problems<br /> - in groups attacking the same problem <br /> - in groups with each group working on a portion, phase or stage of the problem<br />
  13. 13. Actual Work Period<br />The work may last for a single study period or for days.<br />All works must be recorded for continuity of the task.<br />Those who work fast may be given additional assignment for additional credits.<br />If the work is experimental, no-experimental variables must be constant.<br />
  14. 14. Culminating Activities<br />Reporting what is worked on by individuals or groups in plenary session of the class.<br />After each report, there is an open forum.<br />Questions, discussions, generalizations, conclusions are made.<br />
  15. 15. Culminating Activity<br />Different reports may be consolidated into one then photocopies will be given to each member of the class to review and get ready for a test for evaluation.<br />
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  18. 18. Sample of The Laboratory Method of Teaching<br />Vital Signs Taking<br />Preparation: <br />Review on Vital signs<br />Steps in performing vital signs taking<br />Expected Learning Outcomes<br />Planning <br />
  19. 19. Actual Work Period<br />During this period, students will work under the supervision of the teacher.<br /><ul><li>Culminating Activity</li></ul>Students will report the results of the activity.<br />
  20. 20. Other Examples<br />COPAR<br />Actual exposure in the Clinical Area<br />Suctioning<br />And in performing other nursing skills<br />

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