Pppt 20 09-2005

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Teachers need to have a firm grasp on types of learners in order to deliver well.

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  • Pppt 20 09-2005

    1. 1. Poor SchoolPerformance Diagnosing the causes
    2. 2. Normal Hand Opposite Hand Comfortable  Uncomfortable Easy  Uneasy Neat  Untidy Fast  More Time taking Output as desired  Output not as desired Better Performance  Poor Performance
    3. 3. Are we all same?
    4. 4. Every individual isunique and has his/her own strengths and preferred learning style.
    5. 5. Underachievers at school are generally notPoor Performers in life.
    6. 6. It’s thecircumstances and opportunities thatmake the achieversand underachievers different.
    7. 7. It’s only that “EXTRA” which makesanything ordinary”EXTRAORDINARY”
    8. 8. Poor Performance is not a problem. Itmay be symptom ofa problem, cause of which has to be diagnosed.
    9. 9. Environmental Poor Causes IntelligenceEmotional Causes for UnderDisorders Achievement Physical Attention Learning Deficit Disorders Disorders
    10. 10. PHYSICAL PROBLEMS•Hearing Pr oblem•Shor t Sight, Other eye Pr oblems•Neur ological disor der like silent epilepsies Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 10
    11. 11. POOR INTELLIGENCE•Less than normal intelligence•Delayed milestone•Impaired cognitive development (Mental Retardation)•Slow Learners Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 11
    12. 12. LEARNING DISORDER(LD)•Reading Disorder•Writing Disorder•Spellings•Mathematics•Dyslexia Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 12
    13. 13. ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER(ADD)• Inborn brain disorder• Major problem in concentration• Cannot sit quietly and learn• Hyperactivity Disorder• ADD + HD Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 13
    14. 14. EMOTIONAL DISORDER•Emotional Problems•Conduct Problems•Fear of going to school•Unstable emotionally (Anxiety)•Defiant, disobedient Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 14
    15. 15. ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS• Deprived or discordant environment• Poor discipline at home or school• Broken homes or fighting parents• Punitive teachers , frightening friends• Frequent change of school or medium of instruction Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 15
    16. 16. Learning Disorders Potential of an LD child may lie in something else worthwhile, otherthan academic skills.
    17. 17. 10% ofall school children areaffected by LD.
    18. 18. Being anLD child doesn’t meanhe/she is a bum.
    19. 19. LAZY! STUPID! !Will labeling help…???
    20. 20. …or there’sa remedy to it…????
    21. 21. Need of the hour is toCreate Awareness among theteachers, parents,& school authorities
    22. 22. Tell me, I may forget show me, I may remember but involve me, and I will learn.
    23. 23. Knowyourchild’sbrain
    24. 24. Left orRight??
    25. 25. Left Brain Hemisphere Right Brain Hemisphere processes the world processes the world through through language, letters, the senses without wordswords taste, touch,numbers movement, colour, music/focusing on details soundmaking lists focusing on the whole(sequentially) picturestep-by-step global perception (mind maps)facts intuition & feelings
    26. 26. A child with Dyslexia May not Reading , Writing, Mathsbe good at Music, Dance , Sports Games, Sketching ,But may Painting, Art, Architectureexcel at Agriculture, Chess, Motors and Machines,
    27. 27. A teacher or parent through deliberate observation can recognize potential skills of a child withLearning Disorders so as to make him an achiever.
    28. 28. If I can not learn the way you teach, will you teachme the wayI can learn?
    29. 29. Learning should be fun… …not a burden !!!
    30. 30. Learning Styles: Multi-Sensory Learning
    31. 31. Visual
    32. 32. Auditory
    33. 33. Tactile
    34. 34. Kinesthetic
    35. 35. Kinesthetic
    36. 36. Learning by Doing
    37. 37. On an average normal learners retain…
    38. 38.  10 _____ % of what they read 20 _____ % of what they hear 30 _____ % of what they see 50 _____ % of what they see and hear 70 _____ % of what they discuss 80 _____ % of personal experiences 90 _____ % of what they do 95 _____ % of what they teach others
    39. 39. 10 % of what they read
    40. 40. 20 % of what they hear
    41. 41. 30 % of what they see
    42. 42. 50 % of whatthey see & hear
    43. 43. 70 % of what theydiscuss with others
    44. 44. 80 % of personal experiences
    45. 45. 90 % of what they do
    46. 46. 95 % of what they teach others
    47. 47. Research shows that when we teach something to others, we ourselves definitely become good at that...
    48. 48. Our students could be teachers…
    49. 49. Importance of REVIEWS
    50. 50. Without review, information isforgotten almost immediately
    51. 51. 54Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
    52. 52. Recall is dramatically improved withregular reviews
    53. 53. 56Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
    54. 54. We forget easily After 24 hours we only remember20- 30 % of what we have learnt without any review.
    55. 55. Good News !We remember 80% of what we have learnt after six months with regular short reviews.
    56. 56. 5-Minute Reviewing  At end of lesson  After 24 hours  1 week later  1 month later  3 months later
    57. 57. Quiz/ MindExplain to Games Map Partner Act REVIEW OutSong KEY POINTS Flow Chart Write in colour Illustrate Story/ Sentence s
    58. 58. Let them be themselves 61 Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
    59. 59. With love and positivereinforcement make them feel good about themselves.
    60. 60. Cheer them up withaffirmation, appreciation and celebration of their each little success
    61. 61. Motivating the learner I feel happy in this school It’s okay to I have set goals make mistakes. for my learning It’s okay to My teacherask questions. cares about me I know my I feel learning style valued & & how to learn respected It is not so I am involved in the difficult!! learning process Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 64
    62. 62. Informal LearningImportance of teachers’ communication skills and behaviour
    63. 63.  Respect for all students Respect for students’ ideas and opinions
    64. 64.  Smiling and warm Positive, caring tone of voice Positive non- threatening body language
    65. 65. Attn: Theparents, teachers, & school authorities…
    66. 66. Each childperforming poor has a NEED not a PROBLEM!!!
    67. 67. There’s just aneed to identify that NEED…
    68. 68. …and help himovercome thatneed with care and lot more love!!!
    69. 69. Schooling is not all an all in terms ofEducation, it is just a part of education 72 Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com

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