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  1. 1. DIDACTICS Augustine SDB
  2. 2. A didactic method (Greek: didáskein, to teach) is a teaching method that follows a consistent scientific approach or educational style to engage the student’s mind.
  3. 3. Didactics is a theory of teaching, and in a wider sense, a theory and practical application of teaching and learning.
  4. 4. 1. MEANING AND DEFINITION OF EDUCATON 2. AIM OF EDUCATION 3. PILLARS OF EDUCATION 4. FUNCTIONS OF EDUCATION 5. AGENCIES OF EDUCATION 6. PHILOSOPHICAL BASES OF EDUCATION 7. GREAT WESTERN & INDIAN PHILOSOPHERS 8. INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSIONS 9. NEW TRENDS AND PRACTICES IN EDUCATION EDUCATION THEORY
  5. 5. 1. TEACHING SKILLS 2. LESSON PLANING PRACTICAL
  6. 6. 1. Education is a continuous process that starts with life and ends with death. 2. Education is the enrichment of human knowledge and experience by going through the process of thinking, experimentation and drawing conclusion. MEANING OF EDUCATION
  7. 7. ETYMOLOGICAL MEANING 1 EDUCATUM To train, Act of thinking 2 EDUCERE To lead out, to draw out 3 EDUCARE To bring up, to raise up, to educate
  8. 8. DEFINITIONS 1 Education is the natural, harmonious and progressive development of man’s innate powers. ( Pestalozzi )
  9. 9. 2 Education is the manifestaion of divine perfection already existing in man (Swami Vivekananda)
  10. 10. 3 By Educatin I mean an all round drawing out of the best in child and man, body, mind and spirit (Gandhiji)
  11. 11. Education is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body ( Aristotle) 4
  12. 12. NATURE OF EDUCATION 1.It is a life-long process 2.It is dynamic 3.It is a tri-polar process 4.It is a process of individual development 5.It is both theoretical and practical 6.It is a science as well as an art 7.It modifies the behaviour 8.It helps in btter ajustmet with the environment 9.It is not limited to knowledge imparted in the schools 10.It develops the innate power of the child
  13. 13. 6 Introductory Letter from the Rector Major AIMS OF EDUCATION 1. KNOWLEDGE AIM  Develops individuality  Attainment of peace and happiness  Development and progress peace and happiness
  14. 14. ☻ Inculcation of noble ideas, attitudes and patterns of behaviour 2. CULTURAL AIM 3. CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT AIM ☻ Plato and Aristotle have exhorted the development of moral qualities and strong charactor as the main aim of education
  15. 15. 3. VOCATIONAL AIM ☻ to prepare the individual to earn his livelihood and meet the necessities of life. 4. HARMONIOUS DEVELOPMENT AIM ☻ all aspects of a child’s personality namely physical , mental, emotional, spiritual,moral and aesthetic, should be developed equally.
  16. 16. 5. CITIZENSHIP AIM 6. THE COMPLETE LIVING AIM ☻ education for citizenship is essential for the success of democracy ☻ it emphasises the fulfillment of all the needs of life and necessities of smooth living.
  17. 17. 7. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AIM 8. LEISURE UTILIZATION AIM ☻ it develops a sound and handsome physique for all children ☻ it means when one is not engaged in any activity, concerning livlihood. ☻ develops artistical faculties of children
  18. 18. 9. ADJUSTMENT AIM 10. SELF EXPRESSION AIM ☻ capacity to adjust oneself to the ever changing environment. ☻ free and natural development according to one’s interests, inherent tendencies and capacities.
  19. 19. 10. SELF EXPRESSION AIM ☻ to understand nature, human being, God and their interrelationship.
  20. 20. Four pillars of education 1.Learning to know 2.Learning to do 3.Learning to live together 4.Learning to be (International commission on education)
  21. 21. FUNCTIONS OF EDUCATION 1. REALIZATION OF BRAHMA 2. PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF INNATE POWER 3. ALL-ROUND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY 4. CHARACTER FORMATION 5. PREPARATION FOR ADULT LIFE 6. INCULCATION OF SOCIAL FEELINGS 7. CREATION OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP 8. PRESERVATION OF CULTURE
  22. 22. AGENCIES OF EDUCATION
  23. 23. FORMAL EDUCATION 1. PRE-PLANNED 2. FIXED CURRICULUM & TIMETABLE 3. CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT 4. EXAMINATIONS ARE CONDUCTED 5. IT IS TIME BOUND Eg. School, Colleges
  24. 24. INFORMAL EDUCATION 1. IT IS FREE AND UNCONTROLLED 2. NO FIXED TIME OR LOCATION 3. IT IS LIFE LONG EDUCATION 4. NO CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA Eg. Family, Community, News paper
  25. 25. NON FORMAL EDUCATION 1. Flexibility is its key-word 2. Out of school institutions 3. It has a diversified and varied curriculum 4. Books are used with interest Eg. Continuing education, distance education, Extension education. Adult education, mass literacy programmes
  26. 26. Education Evangelisation takes place
  27. 27. Thanks

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