GETTING ATTENTION OF
STUDENTS
VINAYA RANSING
Teacher’s Training
INSTRUCTING TO SWIM


Can we learn swimming
by reading book?



We need to practice.
Can a Teacher make a difference?

 For

Ex.
 Two Teachers having
 classroom activity of
 Saraswati Puja
Student Says
I Have 5 senses to Reach


5 sense organs



Mind/brain



Activity/kinesthetics
SUB-SKILLS
Teacher Movement
Teacher Gesture
Centralization
Change in speech pattern
Change in Stimulus

Change in Interact...
SUB SKILLS

Centralization
SUB SKILLS

Change in speech
pattern

 Last

night I was at
station.

 Was

I at station last
night?
SUB SKILLS

Change in Stimulus
SUB SKILLS

Change in Interaction
SUB SKILLS

Verbal and Physical
participation of students
SUB SKILLS

Teacher Movement
Teacher Gesture
to use body language to express feelings.
CONE OF LEARNING


COMMUNICATION
One way communication
Two Way Communication
PAUSE MAKES A DIFFERENCE

 Woman

without her man, is nothing.
PAUSE MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Woman!

Without her,
Man is nothing
Illusion! Whose photo?
Illusion! How many legs?
ULTIMATE AIM


LEARNING OUTCOME

OBJECTIVES
EVALUATION
Remember teachers – just do your duties



Karmanye Vadhikaraste, Ma phaleshou kada
chana,
Ma Karma Phala Hetur Bhurmatey...
Any queries?
For interested teachers, how to get attention of students in classroom. how to get students involve. the trick is Stimulus...
For interested teachers, how to get attention of students in classroom. how to get students involve. the trick is Stimulus...
For interested teachers, how to get attention of students in classroom. how to get students involve. the trick is Stimulus...
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  1. 1. GETTING ATTENTION OF STUDENTS VINAYA RANSING
  2. 2. Teacher’s Training
  3. 3. INSTRUCTING TO SWIM  Can we learn swimming by reading book?  We need to practice.
  4. 4. Can a Teacher make a difference?  For Ex.  Two Teachers having  classroom activity of  Saraswati Puja
  5. 5. Student Says I Have 5 senses to Reach  5 sense organs  Mind/brain  Activity/kinesthetics
  6. 6. SUB-SKILLS Teacher Movement Teacher Gesture Centralization Change in speech pattern Change in Stimulus Change in Interaction Verbal and Physical participation of students TIME
  7. 7. SUB SKILLS Centralization
  8. 8. SUB SKILLS Change in speech pattern  Last night I was at station.  Was I at station last night?
  9. 9. SUB SKILLS Change in Stimulus
  10. 10. SUB SKILLS Change in Interaction
  11. 11. SUB SKILLS Verbal and Physical participation of students
  12. 12. SUB SKILLS Teacher Movement Teacher Gesture to use body language to express feelings.
  13. 13. CONE OF LEARNING
  14. 14.  COMMUNICATION
  15. 15. One way communication
  16. 16. Two Way Communication
  17. 17. PAUSE MAKES A DIFFERENCE  Woman without her man, is nothing.
  18. 18. PAUSE MAKES A DIFFERENCE Woman! Without her, Man is nothing
  19. 19. Illusion! Whose photo?
  20. 20. Illusion! How many legs?
  21. 21. ULTIMATE AIM  LEARNING OUTCOME OBJECTIVES EVALUATION
  22. 22. Remember teachers – just do your duties  Karmanye Vadhikaraste, Ma phaleshou kada chana, Ma Karma Phala Hetur Bhurmatey Sangostva Akarmani  You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of actions  Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.
  23. 23. Any queries?

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