Teaching and Learning Process

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  • Content Background informationSummaryPersonal resources and goalsThe product or serviceThe marketSale and marketing planManagement & organisationDevelopment of the businessBudgetsFinancial requirementsAppendices
  • Teaching and Learning Process

    1. 1. Method of teachingTeaching andLearning Process
    2. 2. 1-Introduction.2- Definitions of items related to teaching learning process.3-Seven Principles of Effective Teaching& learning process.4-Principles of learning.5-Aspects of the teaching-learning process.6-Teaching –learning system.7-Model of teaching- learning system.8- Educational spiral.9- -comparisons between learning teaching process and nursing process10- Summary
    3. 3. Objectives1 -Define teaching, learning and teaching learning process. 2-Identify seven principles of effective education.3- List principles of learning.4- Identify teaching learning aspects.5- Recognize teaching learning system.6 -Discuss educational spiral.7- Compare between learning teaching process and nursingprocess
    4. 4. IntroductionThe old ways of learning & teaching is found •to be too rigid & too out-dated. But, nowTeaching learning process consists of fourbasic elements (a) Assessment. (b) Planning. (c) Implementation. (d)evaluation. It is a method for monitoring and judgingthe overall quality of learning or teachingbased on objective, data and scientificcriteria.
    5. 5. Definitions related to teaching learning processTeachinglearning Learning Teachingprocess Domains curriculum
    6. 6. It is deliberate intervention that involves the planning and implementation of instructional activities andTeaching experiences to meet intended learner outcomes according to a teaching plan It can be defined as the relatively permanent change in an- individuals behavior (knowledge, skill andLearning attitude) that can occur at any time or place as a result of consciouslyTeachinglearning It is the most powerful instrument of education to bring about desired changes in the students.process Refers to a course of study at school,curriculum university and the subjects making up a course. It is an area of control or sphere of Domains knowledge
    7. 7. SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS 1-Encourages Student-Faculty Contact 2-Encourages Cooperation among Students 3-Encourages Active Learning 4-Prompt Feedback 5-Emphasizes Time on Task 6-Communicates High Expectations 7- Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning
    8. 8. PRINCIPLES OF LEARNING
    9. 9. ASPECTS OF THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
    10. 10. Discussion Interaction Adaptation • between • between • of the Reflection: the teacher the learner world by on the IT and learner and some aspect of the teacher and action learners the world by the performanceCONSISTS defined by learner by both the teacher teacher andOF FOUR learner.PHASES
    11. 11. Teaching 1- The parts come together to form a whole. learning system 2- The parts are dependent on each other.•System is a purposeful,complex and composed of 3- The parts are interacting.interdependentinteracting parts
    12. 12. Model of teaching learning system*In this system, the relationship between learner and subject is close, all •of them are in dominant position. *The role of the teacher is simply to provide a service to the learnerswork with the subject.*This system is consistent with humanist approaches.
    13. 13. Assessment Educational Domains of objectives. learning Domain of Domain of Domain ofSpecific communica intellectual Intermediate General Practicalobjectives tion objectives objectives (psychomotor (Cognitive) (Affective) ) skills skills. skills
    14. 14. Domains of learningEach one of this categories listing from the simplest behavior to themost complex behavior consist ofDomain of Practical Domain of 1. Domain of IntellectualSkills(Psychomotor) Communication Skills Skills (Cognitive (Affective) Domain) Receiving Recall of fact Imitation Responding Interpretation Control Of Data Automatism Internalization Problem Solving
    15. 15. Educational spiral conPlanning for implementing& evaluating an educational program Implementing an educational programEvaluating the educational program certifying Formative (summative) (diagnostic) evaluation evaluation
    16. 16. COMPARISON BETWEEN EDUCATION PROCESS AND NURSING PROCESS Similarities1-They are consist of the four basic elements of(assessment, planning, implementation andevaluation).2. They are logical, scientifically-based frame worksfor nursing.3. They provide a rationale basis for nursingpractice rather than an intuitive (spontaneous)one.4. They are methods for monitoring and judging theoverall quality of educational process and nursinginterventions based on objective, data andscientific criteria.5. If the outcomes in either processes are notachieved, as determined by evaluation, thenursing process or the education process canand should begin again through reassessment,re-planning and reimplementation
    17. 17. COMPARISON BETWEEN EDUCATION PROCESS AND NURSING PROCESS Differences comparison betweenProcessElements:- Nursing education process Education Process and nursing process1-Assessment Appraise physical and Ascertain (determine) learning needs psychological needs. readiness (willing) to learn and learning styles.2-Planning Develop care plan based Develop teaching plan based on on mutually goal setting mutually predetermined behavioral to meet individual needs. outcomes to meet individual needs.3-Implementatio Carryout nursing care Perform the act of teaching using interventions using specific instructional methods and. standard procedures. tools4-Evaluation Determine physical and Determine behavioral changes psychological outcomes. (outcomes) in knowledge, attitude and practical skills.
    18. 18. Summary teachings Learning process principles of Learning & effective teaching Four aspect of the teaching-Learning process Teaching learning system The Educational spiral Components of specific educational objectives Comparison between education process and nursing process

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