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TeachingApproaches
and Methods
Approach
 aset of assumptions thatdefine
beliefs andtheories aboutthe
nature ofthe learner andthe
process of learning
Techniques
Method
 overall plan for
systematic presentation
of a lesson basedupon a
selected approach
 specificactivitie...
Inclusive
Learner-
centered
 choiceof teaching method and
technique has the learneras the
primaryconsideration
 nostuden...
Developmentally appropriate
 task required of students are
within their developmental
stages
Responsive and relevant
 ma...
Culture - sensitive
Research - based
 more interesting, updated, more
convincing and persuasiveif it is
informed by resea...
Contextualized and global
Collaborative
 exerting effort toextend learning
beyond the classroom into relevant
contexts in...
Constructivist
 believe that students learn by
building upon their prior
knowledge
 connect lessons to
their prior
knowl...
Inquiry - based and reflective
 core of the learning process is to
elicit student-generated questions
 reflective teachi...
Integrative
 intradisciplinary
- integration is within
one discipline
 interdisciplinary
-bring together
concepts and me...
MTB - MLE - based
 develop the same concepts fromone
grade level to the next inincreasing
complexity
Spiral progression a...
Prepared by:
Erika R.
Villalon
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Principles.teaching approaches, methods and techniques

  1. 1. TeachingApproaches and Methods
  2. 2. Approach  aset of assumptions thatdefine beliefs andtheories aboutthe nature ofthe learner andthe process of learning
  3. 3. Techniques Method  overall plan for systematic presentation of a lesson basedupon a selected approach  specificactivities manifestedin the classroom that are consistent with a method and therefore in harmony with an approachas well
  4. 4. Inclusive Learner- centered  choiceof teaching method and technique has the learneras the primaryconsideration  nostudent is excluded from the circleof learners
  5. 5. Developmentally appropriate  task required of students are within their developmental stages Responsive and relevant  making your teaching meaningful
  6. 6. Culture - sensitive Research - based  more interesting, updated, more convincing and persuasiveif it is informed by research  mindful of the diversityof cultures in your  viewall learners as unique individuals
  7. 7. Contextualized and global Collaborative  exerting effort toextend learning beyond the classroom into relevant contexts in the real world  groups of students or teachers and students working together to learn together
  8. 8. Constructivist  believe that students learn by building upon their prior knowledge  connect lessons to their prior knowledge
  9. 9. Inquiry - based and reflective  core of the learning process is to elicit student-generated questions  reflective teaching is thinking over your teaching practice
  10. 10. Integrative  intradisciplinary - integration is within one discipline  interdisciplinary -bring together concepts and methods fromtwo or more disciplines  transdisciplinary - integrating your lessonswith real life
  11. 11. MTB - MLE - based  develop the same concepts fromone grade level to the next inincreasing complexity Spiral progression approach (Mother Tongue-based MultilingualEducation)  teaching is done inmorethan onelanguage beginning withthe Mother Tongue
  12. 12. Prepared by: Erika R. Villalon

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