As Robert Gavin noted in the2000 publication Academic Excellence:The Role of Research in the PhysicalSciences at Undergrad...
 WHOM WE LEARN FROM- ?  *Parents, * Society, * Schools, * Self  Expereance We Learn-? KNOLEDGE & SKILLS –  *Personal, *S...
   ROLE OF TEACHER IN LEARNING.       *Schools and teachers makes us learn    basic and extra skills to elivate the    qu...
A TEACHER:     *One who teaches, especially one hired to     teachSTUDENTS EXPECT:   * Person whose occupation            ...
* a good teacher likesteaching children, and their subjecttakes time to explain things,Helps when stuck,tells how you are ...
 A good teacher…knows the subject , their learners and resources  availabl... can plan and explain the subject... is enth...
 Enthusiasm   Students can feel the excitement   Students easily detect the teachers love for    job and subject Prepa...
 Support and concern for students   Lets students know that he/she cares about    their success   Takes time with stude...
 Politeness   Treats students with respect   Does not humiliate   Avoids embarrassing students in class Firmness and ...
 Is humble Is fair Uses variety   Uses a variety of learning activities   Experiments   Allows for spontaneity Has ...
 Use of text   Is not a slave to the text   Uses text as a road map Keeps within 1-2 days of the scheduled  course out...
 Interpersonal relationships with students   Does not allow students to call him/her    by first name   Does not try to...
 Provides personal help   Takes time to explain concept   Gives individual attention Accepts individual differences E...
 The effectiveness of any educational policy  or practice is directly related to the capacity  of that policy to increase...
How effectiveness is measured?       * IC: Intellectual Capital          * I&F: Infrastructure and Facilities          * P...
institute where do top recruiters go first?Institute which have the better placements?Institute with the best academic env...
Placements*. Importance is also given on industrial relations, opportunity towork on good projects and quality of faculty ...
For college-entering students to decide the best option available.For colleges to know what they need to improve and where...
ParametersIntellectual capital: Competence of faculty; faculty-to-student ratio; research output;number of patentsPedagogi...
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  1. 1. As Robert Gavin noted in the2000 publication Academic Excellence:The Role of Research in the PhysicalSciences at Undergraduate Institutions,“research activity plays a central role inkeeping the faculty up to date in thefield and improves their teaching.” Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 1
  2. 2.  WHOM WE LEARN FROM- ? *Parents, * Society, * Schools, * Self Expereance We Learn-? KNOLEDGE & SKILLS – *Personal, *Social, * Life, and *Professional HOW WE LEARN-? *Cognitive Learning – Theories, Concepts, Principles *Psychomotor Learning- Through practically doing Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 2
  3. 3.  ROLE OF TEACHER IN LEARNING. *Schools and teachers makes us learn basic and extra skills to elivate the quality of life. *Professional knoledge and skills Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 3
  4. 4. A TEACHER: *One who teaches, especially one hired to teachSTUDENTS EXPECT: * Person whose occupation is teaching From a good teacher . . . One who is kind, is generous, listens to them, encourages them has faith in them, keeps confidences Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 4
  5. 5. * a good teacher likesteaching children, and their subjecttakes time to explain things,Helps when stuck,tells how you are doingAllows to have your say,doesnt give up on you,cares for their opinion, Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 5
  6. 6.  A good teacher…knows the subject , their learners and resources availabl... can plan and explain the subject... is enthusiastic about teaching and learning... has a good rapport with their learners , motivates them... can present language in different ways         Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 6
  7. 7.  Enthusiasm  Students can feel the excitement  Students easily detect the teachers love for job and subject Preparation  Teacher knows the subject  Teacher plans and prepares lessons daily Punctuality  Always arrives on time  Begins and ends class on time  Expects and encourages students to arrive on time Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 7
  8. 8.  Support and concern for students  Lets students know that he/she cares about their success  Takes time with students  Allows for creativity  Is friendly and courteous  Is supportive and encouraging  Is smiling, caring and loving Consistency  Does not miss class  Is consistent in attitude and dealings with students  Is always well prepared to teach class Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 8
  9. 9.  Politeness  Treats students with respect  Does not humiliate  Avoids embarrassing students in class Firmness and control  Is firm in a kind manner  Avoids tangents in teaching Does not play favorites Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 9
  10. 10.  Is humble Is fair Uses variety  Uses a variety of learning activities  Experiments  Allows for spontaneity Has a sense of humor; is relaxed Use of engaged time  Sets a good pace and provides for a change of pace  Avoids engaging students in "busy work" Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 10
  11. 11.  Use of text  Is not a slave to the text  Uses text as a road map Keeps within 1-2 days of the scheduled course outline Field trips and other activities  Applies student experiences to class work Does not always teach from a sitting or leaning position Keeps accurate records of  Work completed  Attendance  Test results -- Grades Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 11
  12. 12.  Interpersonal relationships with students  Does not allow students to call him/her by first name  Does not try to win a popularity contest  Maintains a healthy teacher-student relationship  Respects students Does not allow one or two students to monopolize or dominate the class Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 12
  13. 13.  Provides personal help  Takes time to explain concept  Gives individual attention Accepts individual differences Employs an effective delivery  Clarifies for understanding  Creates a sense of fun with the learning task  Eliminates bad, irritating and/or distracting habits Does not make students lose face  Avoids criticizing students Has high expectations of class members Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 13
  14. 14.  The effectiveness of any educational policy or practice is directly related to the capacity of that policy to increase involvement in learning. In classes run by effective teachers, Some of the things that are challenges to them include the following: teachers speaking too quickly, especially at the end of class when class time is running out getting bored when a teacher is answering other students questions Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 14
  15. 15. How effectiveness is measured? * IC: Intellectual Capital * I&F: Infrastructure and Facilities * PS: Pedagogic systems (the art or science of teaching; instructional methods) * II: Industry Interface * P: Placements * T: Total Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 15
  16. 16. institute where do top recruiters go first?Institute which have the better placements?Institute with the best academic environment?Institute with the best corporate relations?……and so on……This ranking will be useful:For engineering aspirants to compare among the best options availableFor colleges to know where they stand & where to emphasize onimprovementFor industry in their campus recruitment decisionsFor students and alumni, for whom it is a matter of pride Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 16
  17. 17. Placements*. Importance is also given on industrial relations, opportunity towork on good projects and quality of faculty members.Quality of an institute can be judge by the perception of the students whoare studying there or by opinions of Alumni. We tried to link them with thisranking. So this ranking/survey results will be the outcome of what currentstudents & alumnus in engineering domain think about the institutes. * Our secondary research shows that students put placements in engineering colleges a way ahead than faculty - student ratio, infrastructure, intellectual capital etc. Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 17
  18. 18. For college-entering students to decide the best option available.For colleges to know what they need to improve and where they stand inthe pecking order.For recruiters and human resource managers to decide the college theywould visit for campus interviews and negotiate pay packages.For the teaching faculty to decide which colleges to aspire to teach in.For students and alumni, for whom it is a matter of pride. Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 18
  19. 19. ParametersIntellectual capital: Competence of faculty; faculty-to-student ratio; research output;number of patentsPedagogic systems and process: Admission process; teaching and evaluationmethodology; curriculum upgradingIndustry interface: Summer projects and internship; and number of research projectsundertaken with industryPlacements: Number and type of companies visiting for campus interviews;maximum; median and minimum salary offered for Indian and abroad jobs; numberof students who went to higher education in reputed Indian and foreign institutesInfrastructure and support systems: Campus area; total number of computers,number of books in library; number of faculty cabins to faculty strength ration;number of seminar halls; number of engineering drawing halls; number ofworkshops, number of machines in workshops, number of laboratories, budgetallocated for labs, residential facilities for students and faculty; facilities such asplaygrounds, gyms, etc., responsiveness of administration to student needs Vinay Chidri, Asso. Prof. & Head,Mech. Dept. MIT, Aurangabad 19
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