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Not a stranger in the mirror the odyssey of an ordinary teacher-B.V.Raghunandan

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The qualities needed by a teachers and the self training that can be designed by the teacher during his or her life-time

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Not a stranger in the mirror the odyssey of an ordinary teacher-B.V.Raghunandan

  1. 1. Not a Stranger in the Mirror (The Farewell Bid by a Teacher) -B.V.Raghunandan, Faculty of Commerce SVS College, Bantwal February 1, 2014
  2. 2. Lecturing: The Ever-Evolving Art • Knowledge Transfer through Lecture Method • Oldest Method-As Old as The Teaching Profession • Motivation is Assumed to Exist • Suitable to All Occasions • More Suitable for Teaching Concepts • Quant Requires the Usage of a Black Board
  3. 3. 3-Dimensions of Teaching • Motivation • How to Teach? • What to Teach? Teach?
  4. 4. Motivation • Motivation of Teachers • Motivation of Students
  5. 5. Motivation of the Teacher • • • • • • Proud of being a Teacher Total Commitment Self –Supervision Self Target Quality Improvement Finding Pleasure in the Company of Students • Maximum Access to Students
  6. 6. Motivation of Students • • • • • • Curiosity Observation Alertness Competitiveness Collaborative Exponential Competence • Love for Class Room • Love for Reading • Extensive Reading
  7. 7. Learning Attitude • Knowledge accumulation • Knowledge sharing • Willingness to accept knowledge from any source • Listening ability • Unstructured and unbiased attitude
  8. 8. How to Teach? • Innate Qualities: Quality of sound, communication style, posture, language, and body language • Presentation: Black Board • Presentation: PPT-no text except definition, photos of authors, pictures of machines or instruments-upload to Slideshare.net • Presentation: Videos-Youtube Downloads, Videos on Management Topics, Movies or Movie Clipping
  9. 9. Sources of Knowledge: • Books • Guest Lectures • Observation • Newspapers & Magazines • TV Channels • Movies • Internet What to Teach?
  10. 10. Books • Books on Subjects: Authoritative, Semester Based, EDP Oriented Books • New Age Management Publications • Economic Development of Countries • Auto-Biographies and Biographies of Industrialists • Research Studies and Project Reports • Fiction • History of Product Development • Case Studies
  11. 11. Guest Lectures • Lectures that are Meaningful • Becoming Members of Organisations conducting the Guest Lectures • Conferences • Lectures Arranged for Students • Public Programmes
  12. 12. Observation • • • • • • An Informal Way of Gain9ng Knowledge Travelling or Waiting for a Bus Class Room Observation Helps in Understanding Human Behaviour Negotiation becomes Easy Understanding Gestures
  13. 13. • • • • • • • General Knowledge Helps in Achieving Maturity Programmes in the City Political Development Social Changes Business & Industry Helps in Investment Newspapers & Magazines
  14. 14. TV Channels • • • • • • Business Channels News Channels Knowledge Oriented Helps in Understanding Fast Delivery of a Talk Totally Avoid Serials (Idiot Box) Watching Good Movies
  15. 15. • • • • • • Movies of Social Relevance Knowledge of Different Cultures Geographical Knowledge Historical Movies Science & Technology Visual Effects Movies
  16. 16. • • • • • Downloading Latest News Strange News Storage of PPT Downloading PPT • Encyclopedia • Latest Definitions Internet
  17. 17. Value Addition: Formal Methods • Class Room preparation • Interaction with Colleagues • Attending subject related seminars/refresher courss • Class room discussion • Interaction during Central Valuation • Leisurely library work
  18. 18. Formal Methods…contd • • • • • • • Research Publications Consultancy Extension Curriculum Development Preparation of slides Creation of video content
  19. 19. Informal Methods • Personal library • Membership of professional bodies • General reading • Choosy TV Programmes • Visiting book exhibitions • Arranging conferences • Becoming resource persons
  20. 20. • Interaction with alumni • Helping colleagues including juniors academically • Wide and deep contacts with teachers in other institutions • Visiting other educational institutions at any available pretext More Informal Methods
  21. 21. Modern Teaching Aids • Usage of internet • Mobile access to internet • Recording TV Programmes • Obtaining visual content • Sharing the content with students and colleagues • Usage of slide projectors and LCD projectors
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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