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Teaching strategies

  1. 1. Traditional Teaching and Other Common Teaching Methods Presented by: Raissa Tutanes Guldam BSMT - IV
  2. 2. Other Common TeachingMethods The Internet Computer Managed Instruction Computer Technology and Learning Computer Teaching Strategies Self-learning Modules
  3. 3. The Internet Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet Protocol suite (IP) to serve billions of users worldwide. Educational material at all levels from pre-school to post-doctoral is available from websites in the internet. The Internet in general and the World Wide Web in particular are important enablers of both formal and informal education.
  4. 4. How? Used as a resource for problems, answers, ideas and more Can be used in a “how to research” lesson A group can cheaply communicate and discuss ideas via chatting and online conference (online class) Messages can be exchanged even more quickly and conveniently via email or online chat May allow files to be exchanged, drawings and images to be shared, or voice and video
  5. 5. Computer Managed Instruction an instructional strategy whereby the computer is used to provide learning objectives, learning resources, and assessment of learner performance aids the instructor in instructional management without actually doing the teaching a system in which a computer is used to manage several aspects of instruction, including learning assessment through administration of pretests and posttests; design and preparation of learning prescriptions; and calculation, analysis, and storage of student scores.
  6. 6.  A self-learning technique, usually offline/online, involving interaction of the student with programmed instructional materials. Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is an interactive instructional technique whereby a computer is used to present the instructional material and monitor the learning that takes place. CAI uses a combination of text, graphics, sound and video in enhancing the learning process.
  7. 7.  Typical CAI provides 1. text or multimedia content 2. multiple-choice questions 3. problems 4. immediate feedback 5. notes on incorrect responses 6. summarizes students performance 7. exercises for practice 8. Worksheets and tests.
  8. 8. Types of Computer Assisted Instruction 1. Drill-and-practice Drill and practice provide opportunities or students to repeatedly practice the skills that have previously been presented and that further practice is necessary for mastery. 2. Tutorial Tutorial activity includes both the presentation of information and its extension into different forms of work, including drill and practice, games and simulation. 3. Games Game software often creates a contest to achieve the highest score and either beat others or beat the computer.
  9. 9.  4. Simulation Simulation software can provide an approximation of reality that does not require the expense of real life or its risks. 5. Discovery Discovery approach provides a large database of information specific to a course or content area and challenges the learner to analyze, compare, infer and evaluate based on their explorations of the data. 6. Problem Solving This approach helps children develop specific problem solving skills and strategies.
  10. 10. Computer Technology andLearning How Does Technology Enhance Student Achievement?  Basic Skills Instruction  Advanced Skills Instruction  Assessment of Student Progress  Student Motivation
  11. 11. Computer Technology andLearning Basic Skills Instruction  Computer assisted instruction- to drill  Multi-media software - teach to a variety of learning styles  Videodiscs - strengthen basic skills  Video and audio technologies - bring material to life  Distance learning - at least as effective as traditional methods of instruction  All forms - develop new skills related to use of technology itself, necessary in workplace
  12. 12. Computer Technology andLearning Advanced Skills Instruction  Interactive educational technologies, including:  Computer-generated simulations  Videodiscs  Internet  CD-ROM  Students learn to: organize complex information, recognize patterns, draw inferences, communicate findings  Learn better organizational and problem- solving skills
  13. 13. Computer Technology andLearning Assessment of Student Progress  More comprehensive with multimedia  Assessments which require student’s active participation  Electronic portfolios
  14. 14. Computer Technology andLearning Student Motivation  They like it better  Increased family involvement  Improved teachers’ skills  Improved School Administration and Management
  15. 15. Computer Teaching Strategies Computed Assisted Instruction (CAI) The Internet Virtual Reality
  16. 16. Computer Teaching Strategies Virtual Reality  a computer- based, simulated three- dimensional environment in which the participant interacts with a virtual world.  only in virtual reality can the learner enter a virtual world and feel an object, move it, and measure its movement.
  17. 17. Self-learning Modules (SLM) are learning activities designed for participants to do independently when they are unable to attend individual or group education sessions

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