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Pedagogical theories and_pracrices


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Pedagogical theories and_pracrices

  1. 1. Name of Course: Pedagogical Theories and Practices Course Code: TT00303 Name(s) of academic staff: i. AP Dr Na’imah Yusoff Vanue: DKP6 Time: 4pm – 6pm (Wednesday)Synopsis:The course will introduce with general ideas/concepts and definitions of pedagogy, teaching, learning,and major components which are related to teaching and learning. The importance of pedagogy alsowill be discussed in this course. Teaching and learning process will touch on theory/approach,strategy, methods, techniques, and classroom management. Discussion also will be focused onapplication of ICT in classroom. Finally the discussion lead to application of basic skills, issues ofremedial class and enrichment.Learning outcomes:Students Should be able1. to clarify the concept and the importance of pedagogy2. to clarify the concept and principles of teaching and learning3. to identify an appropriate approach, strategy, method, and technique in teaching and learning4. to analyse effective strategy and method in teaching and learning process5. to clarify the concept and to practice classroom management6. to apply ICT in teaching and learning process7. to indentify effective teaching and learning characteristic8. to apply basic skills in teaching (questioning, clarification, illustration, etc.) Contents Outline of the CourseWeek Topic/Subtopic Remark1 Course Introduction • Outline of the course • Mode of delivery • Assessment methods • Attendance The Concept of Pedagogy2 • Introduction • Concept of Pedagogy, Teaching and Learning • Pedagogy or Andragogy • The Importance of Pedagogy in Teaching and Learning • Comparison of curriculum and co-curriculum3&4 Theory and Approaches of Teaching and Learning • Introduction • Approach and Strategy of Teaching • Behavioural Learning Theory • Cognitive Learning Theory • Social Learning Theory • Inductive and Deductive Approach • Constructivism Approach 1
  2. 2. 5&6&7 Teaching Methodology • Introduction • Definitions • Simulation and Role Play • Problem Solving and Problem Base Learning • Cooperative and Collaborative Learning • Discussion Group • Contextual Learning • Seminar and Tutorial • Using ICT/E-learning7 Mid – Semester Break 15 August – 23 August 20098&9 Effective Teaching and Basic Skills • Introduction • Effective Teaching • Basic Skills in Teaching • Lesson Plan Mid-Sem Test 26 August 200910 & 11 Classroom Management • Introduction • Routine • Classroom Control • Physical and Environment • Teaching Material12 Evaluation in Teaching and Learning • Introduction • Test, assessment, and measurement in general • The importance of evaluation in teaching and learning • Questioning13 Remedial and Enrichment • Introduction • Concept of remedial and enrichment • Role of the teacher and implementation14 Study Week 2
  3. 3. Main references supporting the course:Amir Awang. (2003). Teori-teori Pembelajaran. Kuala Lumpur: Fajar BaktiCruickshank, D.R., Jenkins, D.B., & Metcalf, K.K. (2006). The Act of Teaching. New York: McGraw HillHamilton, R. & Ghotala, E. (2001). Learning and Instruction. New York: McGraw Hill.Moore, K.D. (1999). Classroom Teaching Skills. New York: McGraw Hill.Joyce, B. (1992). Model of Teaching. Massachuset: Allyn and Bacon.Kauchak, D. & Eggan, P. (2008). Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Profrssional. New Jersy: Merrill Prentice Hall.Sharifah Alwiyah Alsagoff. (1986). Ilmu Pendidikan: Pedagogi. Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann (M) Sdn Bhd.Assessment Methods and Types:The assessment for this course will be based on the following:Component WeightAssigment and presentation 30%Mid Term Exam 20%Final Exam 50% Total 100% 3