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MOHAMMAD YOUSIF
Education is vital to the pace of the social, 
political and economic development of any 
nation 
 Due to advancement of...
A tradition is a belief or 
behavior passed down within 
a group or society with 
symbolic meaning or special 
significan...
 Traditional teaching is concerned with the 
teacher being the controller of the learning 
environment 
 Power and respo...
 Traditional class requires a fixed place or environment 
for learning and teaching.
Traditional method of teaching is 
when a teacher directs students to 
learn through 
memorization 
Recitation 
 techn...
COMPUTER ASSISTED TEACHING 
Computer-assisted teaching usually 
includes multimedia instructional 
formats, such as anima...
Computer can play an important role in 
enhancing the efficiency of the teaching 
process. 
 making students more creati...
Computer assisted learning 
Computer assisted learning(CLA) to 
use computer aid to support learning 
process 
Computer...
CAL is individualized, that is each student is 
free to work at his own place, totally 
unaffected by the performance of ...
 CAL packages may not fulfill expectations 
of teachers. Objectives and methods 
decided by the CAL author and of a teach...
Gives the instructor the chance to expose 
students to unpublished or not readily 
available material. 
Complements cert...
Places students in a passive rather than an 
active role, which hinders learning. 
Requires the instructor to have or to...
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  1. 1. By MOHAMMAD YOUSIF
  2. 2. Education is vital to the pace of the social, political and economic development of any nation  Due to advancement of technology educational system have developed and created various educational methods.  In our day’s education can be acquired through several ways such as attending university, online learning, self-study, or hiring independent tutor.  Effective teaching is important because teaching is based on helping children progress.
  3. 3. A tradition is a belief or behavior passed down within a group or society with symbolic meaning or special significance with origins in the past.
  4. 4.  Traditional teaching is concerned with the teacher being the controller of the learning environment  Power and responsibility are held by the teacher. They regard students as having 'knowledge holes' that need to be filled with information.
  5. 5.  Traditional class requires a fixed place or environment for learning and teaching.
  6. 6. Traditional method of teaching is when a teacher directs students to learn through memorization Recitation  techniques thereby not developing their critical thinking problem solving and decision making skills.
  7. 7. COMPUTER ASSISTED TEACHING Computer-assisted teaching usually includes multimedia instructional formats, such as animation, video and simulation, and virtual learning environment such as WebCT and Blackboard.
  8. 8. Computer can play an important role in enhancing the efficiency of the teaching process.  making students more creative and providing them with an individualized learning environment.  Amongst all teaching strategies, Computer Assisted Teaching is perhaps the best because it offers individualized instruction.
  9. 9. Computer assisted learning Computer assisted learning(CLA) to use computer aid to support learning process Computer-aided- or computer-assisted- is a prefix that hints to the use of a computer as an indispensable tool in a certain field, usually derived from more traditional fields of science and engineering.
  10. 10. CAL is individualized, that is each student is free to work at his own place, totally unaffected by the performance of any other students.  Information is presented in a structured form. It proves useful in the study of a subject where there is hierarchy of facts and rules. CAL forces active participation on the part of the student, which contrasts with the more passive role in reading a book or attending a lecture.
  11. 11.  CAL packages may not fulfill expectations of teachers. Objectives and methods decided by the CAL author and of a teacher may differ.  Motivating and training teachers to make use of computers in education is a challenging task. They may have fear of this new device.
  12. 12. Gives the instructor the chance to expose students to unpublished or not readily available material. Complements certain individual learning preferences. Some students depend upon the structure provided by highly teacher-centered methods.
  13. 13. Places students in a passive rather than an active role, which hinders learning. Requires the instructor to have or to learn effective writing and speaking skills. Requires a considerable amount of unguided student time outside of the classroom to enable understanding and long-term retention of content
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