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- Students learn by inquiring and arrive at an
understanding of concepts by themselves and
the responsibility for learning...
- Involves combining two different topics or
fields into one class.
- interdisciplinary education draws on multiple
discip...
- The student is at the center of learning.
- The student assumes the responsibility for
learning while the instructor is ...
- Communities bring people together for
shared learning, discovery, and the
generation of knowledge.
- Students explore ho...
-Lectures are the way most instructors today
learned in classes. However, with today’s
students, lecturing does not hold t...
• Grabbing and holding students’ attention.
• Use Classroom Response Systems, or
“Clickers.”
• Project your voice or use a...
-is any type of learning that happens when the
learner is not a fixed location.
-The majority of students already use thei...
-Online and Hybrid Courses require careful
planning and organization.
-Communication with students becomes
extremely impor...
-'hybrid' courses that are a mix of online and
traditional, face-to-face classroom instruction
with online technology.
-Th...
-is an instructional method that challenges
students to “learn to learn,” working in groups
to seek solutions to real worl...
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
Teaching strategies of sciences
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Teaching strategies of sciences

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Teaching strategies of sciences

  1. 1. - Students learn by inquiring and arrive at an understanding of concepts by themselves and the responsibility for learning rests with them. - This method encourages students to build research skills that can be used throughout their educational experiences. - Teachers use inquiry methods to promote learning through student investigation, following the same process used by scientists.
  2. 2. - Involves combining two different topics or fields into one class. - interdisciplinary education draws on multiple disciplines to acquire a deep and thorough understanding of complex issues and challenges students.
  3. 3. - The student is at the center of learning. - The student assumes the responsibility for learning while the instructor is responsible for facilitating the learning. - Students engage in most of the content to make it their own, students make meaning out of the content
  4. 4. - Communities bring people together for shared learning, discovery, and the generation of knowledge. - Students explore how what they learn in one course can help them more fully understand what they are learning in other courses
  5. 5. -Lectures are the way most instructors today learned in classes. However, with today’s students, lecturing does not hold their attention for very long, even though they are a means of conveying information to students.
  6. 6. • Grabbing and holding students’ attention. • Use Classroom Response Systems, or “Clickers.” • Project your voice or use a microphone. • Make eye contact with the students. • Use gestures hand gestures to your advantage.
  7. 7. -is any type of learning that happens when the learner is not a fixed location. -The majority of students already use their mobile devices to interact with and learn from the world around them.
  8. 8. -Online and Hybrid Courses require careful planning and organization. -Communication with students becomes extremely important.
  9. 9. -'hybrid' courses that are a mix of online and traditional, face-to-face classroom instruction with online technology. -These courses deliver a series of lessons to a web browser or mobile device, to be conveniently accessed anytime, anyplace. Students can take an online course anywhere they have access to the internet
  10. 10. -is an instructional method that challenges students to “learn to learn,” working in groups to seek solutions to real world problems. -It is learning that results from the process of working toward the understanding of the resolution of a problem.

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