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Competency Based Teacher Education and METHODS Assessing Teacher Competence.

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This presentation includes- what is competency, on the basis of which qualities a teacher can be judged, characteristics of Competent Teacher, why do we need teaching competencies, categories of teaching competency, components of teaching skills, METHODS assessing teacher competence.

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Competency Based Teacher Education and METHODS Assessing Teacher Competence.

  1. 1. AA PresentationPresentation byby Priyanka NainPriyanka Nain OnOn Competency BasedCompetency Based Teacher EducationTeacher Education Institute of Teacher Training and ResearchInstitute of Teacher Training and Research b.P.S. Women Universityb.P.S. Women University
  2. 2. That is basedThat is based OnOn competenciescompetencies Competency based Teacher educationEducation of a teacher
  3. 3. What is teaching competency ?What is teaching competency ? The teaching competency is an overallThe teaching competency is an overall assessment of the performance of theassessment of the performance of the teacher in classroom situation on theteacher in classroom situation on the criteria of:criteria of: Knowledge of subject matterKnowledge of subject matter
  4. 4. Methods and techniques of teachingMethods and techniques of teaching QuestioningQuestioning Use of teaching aidsUse of teaching aids Pupil’s participationPupil’s participation Teacher’s personalityTeacher’s personality Rapport with the classRapport with the class Classroom managementClassroom management Clarity of objectivesClarity of objectives
  5. 5. Characteristics of Competent TeacherCharacteristics of Competent Teacher o Pupil orientedPupil oriented o Must be able to develop and useMust be able to develop and use instructional material.instructional material. o Should be able to use a variety of effectiveShould be able to use a variety of effective teaching learning procedures.teaching learning procedures.
  6. 6. o Should be able to use variety of methods toShould be able to use variety of methods to evaluate pupil’s progress.evaluate pupil’s progress. o Should be capable of organizing,Should be capable of organizing, supervising and participating in co-supervising and participating in co- curricular activities.curricular activities.
  7. 7. Why do we NEED teachingWhy do we NEED teaching competency?competency? Because…Because… o Teaching competencies help to IMPROVETeaching competencies help to IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF TEACHING LEARNINGTHE QUALITY OF TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS (education).PROCESS (education).
  8. 8. o Help the students as well as teachers toHelp the students as well as teachers to ACHIEVE THE DESIRED OBJECTIVESACHIEVE THE DESIRED OBJECTIVES OF EDUCATION.OF EDUCATION. o Help to IMPROVE STATUS OF THEHelp to IMPROVE STATUS OF THE TEACHERS.TEACHERS. o Help in PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENTHelp in PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT OF PUPILS.OF PUPILS. o Help the teachers to ADOPT SUITABLEHelp the teachers to ADOPT SUITABLE METHODS AND MATERIALS OFMETHODS AND MATERIALS OF TEACHING.TEACHING.
  9. 9.  Categories of Teaching CompetencyCategories of Teaching Competency o Cognitive-based competenciesCognitive-based competencies o Performance-based competenciesPerformance-based competencies o Consequence-based competenciesConsequence-based competencies o Affective competencyAffective competency
  10. 10. o Exploratory competenciesExploratory competencies Components of Teaching SkillsComponents of Teaching Skills o PerceptionPerception o CognitionCognition o ActionAction
  11. 11. Methods Assessing TeacherMethods Assessing Teacher CompetenceCompetence o Telling Method:Telling Method: A brief oral presentation of a concept.A brief oral presentation of a concept. o The Lecture Method:The Lecture Method: A formal lecture planned by the teacher.A formal lecture planned by the teacher.
  12. 12. What is the difference between Telling Method and The Lecture Method ?
  13. 13. Telling MethodTelling Method Can be formal orCan be formal or InformalInformal Can be for primaryCan be for primary classesclasses Active andActive and interestinginteresting The Lecture MethodThe Lecture Method FormalFormal For secondaryFor secondary classes and aboveclasses and above Cold andCold and monotonousmonotonous
  14. 14. o Discussion Method:Discussion Method: Exchange of opinions for discussion.Exchange of opinions for discussion. o Demonstration Method:Demonstration Method: Presentation of pre-arranged series ofPresentation of pre-arranged series of events.events. o The Problem Method:The Problem Method: Afford training to the pupils in solving theAfford training to the pupils in solving the problems mentally.problems mentally.
  15. 15. Thank you allThank you all forfor listening melistening me withwith patience…!patience…!

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