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  • Please watch this video carefully. After this I will ask you to describe Innovation in one word.
  • Let’s see how many of you have used these words.
  • Only change does not mean Innovative Teaching. It must be for the better and students centred.
  • What are Innovative Teaching practices?
  • Innovative teachers are not appreciated. Let’s check why?
  • These are some of the benefits of Innovative teaching.

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  • Developing Innovative Teaching Methods Satyendra Arora
  • If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday , We Rob Our Children Of Tomorrow. -John Dewey 2
  • What is innovation? 3
  • What is innovative teaching? New, Novel, Unusual, Unexpected, Out of Box, Fresh, Off beat, Unbeaten, Different, Creative, Ahead of the curve, Different, Creative, Original, Advanced, Uniq ue, Technology based, Imaginative, Inventive, Inspired, Ingenious, F ertile, Resourceful, Pioneering, state of the art, up 4
  • Innovative teaching Must be distinguished from : • Mere change • Innovation implies change for the better. • It is always students centred and improves the learning processes. 5
  • Innovative teaching Educational Innovation requires : 1. A clear rationale for change 2. A description of how change will be achieved 3. A clear analysis of enabling and disabling factors 4. A strategy for prompting ownership of change 5. An evaluation plan 6
  • Innovative teaching “Any kind of teaching which addresses creativity and applies it to methods and contents can be seen as innovative teaching.” 7
  • Innovative teaching These practices include, but not limited to : 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Centred classroom Project Based lessons Integrated Studies Use of technology to promote 21st Century Skills 8
  • Robert Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Gain attention Inform learners of objectives Stimulate recall of prior learning Present the content Provide “learning guidance” Elicit performance (practice). Provide feedback Assess performance Enhance retention and transfer to the job 9
  • Robert Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction • Since teaching in a class may be organised as sequence of steps, there is a scope for innovation in each of these steps. • If each of the 9 events in the list of events can be done in say 2 new ways, there would be >500 different ways of teaching any lesson innovatively. • With more imagination, there could be millions of ways of innovatively teaching the same lessons. 10
  • Do you teach or educate? 11
  • Not everyone appreciates Innovative Teaching • Innovative Teachers are considered distractors. • Innovative Teachers are considered disruptive. • Innovative Teachers are considered seeking cheap popularity among students, because students enjoy learning their way. 12
  • Benefits of Innovative Teaching • Develops Globally Competitive Learners. • Creates Life Long Learners. • Helps maintain the motivation to learn. • Encourages deeper learning compared to surface learning. 13
  • Innovative Teaching Techniques “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, may be we should teach the way they learn.” -Ignacio Nacho Estrada 14
  • Exploring Innovative Teaching Techniques • Group Work & Presentations • Mnemonics • Humour • Gamification of Learning • Mind Maps 15
  • Exploring Innovative Teaching Techniques • Problem Based Learning • The Z – A Approach • Flipped Classroom • Integrating Technology into Teaching 16
  • Mnemonics 17
  • Mnemonics Princess Never Uses Silver Jewellery Much in England, Venice & Malaysia Pandit Hari Badri Hari Prasad Bol 18
  • The Gamification of Learning 19
  • Flipped Classroom 20
  • Sir Kin Robinson : Changing Education Paradigms 21
  • What is ADHD? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 22
  • Sir Kin Robinson : How is Technology transforming Education? 23
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  • 101 Ideas for Innovative Teachers by Microsoft This booklet will be available in TRS-31 25
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  • What are 21st Century Skills ? 28