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Innovation and creativity in classroom teaching

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Innovation and creativity in classroom teaching

  1. 1. INNOVATION & CREATIVITY IN CLASSROOM TEACHING : PRIYA PRINJA
  2. 2. WHY INNOVATE?
  3. 3. TOOLS FOR ENHANCING INNOVATION & CREATIVITY IN TEACHING• ROLE PLAY • RADIOSHOW • DEMONSTRATIONS • MIND MAPPING/ CONCEPT MAPPING • STORYTELLING • FIELD TRIPS • GAMES • BROCHURE MAKING • USE OF GOOD SENSE OF HUMOUR • CREATIVE & INNOVATIVE EVALUATION • BE SIMPLE
  4. 4. MIND/CONCEPT MAPPING
  5. 5. LIFE CYCLES MIND MAP
  6. 6. SEASON MIND MAP
  7. 7. MIND MAP FOR SCALAR QUANTITIES
  8. 8. STORYTELLING
  9. 9. Alice Algae and Freddy Fungus • Long ago there was a fungus named Freddy. Now Freddy Fungus was very good at building houses, • but he wasn’t a very good cook. In fact, he couldn’t even make his own food; like all fungi, he had to find dead plants or animals to eat, and sometimes he couldn’t find much food. • One day, while Freddy Fungus was sitting on a tree stump, he looked over at a rain puddle and saw something green growing there. • The green thing looked up at him and smiled. • “What’s your name,” the green thing said. • “I ’m Freddy Fungus. What’s your name?” • “I ’m Alice Algae and I was just making some food out of sunshine. Are you hungry?” • Freddy Fungus blew right over there, and people say that Freddy Fungus and Alice Algae took a lichen (liking) to each other. They decided to get married. And from then on, Freddy Fungus would make a house and Alice Algae would make food and they could live wherever they wanted, as long as there was sunlight. • That’s why to this day, when we see a lichen plant, we tell the symbiotic story of a fungus and an alga that fell in love. Keep that in mind the next time you see lichen on a rock.
  10. 10. FIELD TRIPS • Field trips give students a chance to get out of the classroom and experience something new. • Enhances the Curriculum. • Team Building. • Teachers get to go into more detail while at the location, to directly point out certain points she may not have been able to make with words alone.
  11. 11. • Students are more engaged when learning through playing. • Games help students to learn social skills like sharing. • Games help in developing problem solving skills. • It is the perfect way to channelize energy of hyperactive kids.
  12. 12. Brochure making
  13. 13. TEACHING WITH GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR • Laughter is a natural & universal phenomenon with beneficial effects, both physical and psychological. • Everyone loves the teacher with infectious sense of humor. • Cordial relationship. • Ability to relax students & reduce tension. • Students enjoy humor in form of funny anecdotes.
  14. 14. • Newton's law: A Cow was walking. NEWTON stopped it. It stopped. He found his first law, ... "An object continues to move unless it's stopped". He gave a FORCE by kicking the Cow, it gave a Sound"MA"! He formulated the 2nd law, F=MA!! After sometime the Cow gave a kick to Newton, then he formulated the 3rd Law. i.e, 'EVERY ACTION HAS AN EQUAL & OPPOSITE REACTION'
  15. 15. • One day BHARTI said to TUNTUN, “I am very powerful and you are not”. • TUNTUN replied, “ Madam , you are mistaken. Let’s run to the second floor and find who is more powerful”. BHAR TI took 20 sec by using spiral stairs while TUNTUN took 15 sec using inclined plane Note:- Both have same mass and the height of second floor from the ground is 20m.
  16. 16. • They were confused, who is more powerful? • Then Mr. SIDHU suggested to compare the time taken. • TUNT UN B HAR TI • P 1 P 2 • Who is more powerful? • Ans:-… … … … … ..
  17. 17. Group discussion • Develops speaking skills. • Is used to balance as who is contributing & how much. • Provides immediate feedback both to teacher & students.
  18. 18. WORK POWER ENERGY 1.canbenegative 1. Watt 1. kWh 2.F xs 2.kgm2s-3 2.mgh+½ mv2 3.kgm2s-2 3.F xv 3.Calorie 4.kgm2s-2 WORK POWER ENERGY 1.canbenegative 1. Watt 1. kWh 2.F xs 2.kgm2s-3 2.mgh+½ mv2 3.kgm2s-2 3.F xv 3.Calorie 4.kgm2s-2
  19. 19. Iam a scientist . One day , my magnetic needle fell neara current carrying wire. Iobserved _______. Then Ireversed the direction of current in the wire and observed deflection in __________direction which resulted in the discovery of ______.Then my friend __________ proposed cork-screw rule to find out the direction of magnetic field. Anotherfriend of mine , ___________ thought in the opposite way that __________ can be produced with the help of magnets using a coil of large numberof turns called ________ and a galvanometerdue to relative motion between coil and magnet. He named the law as _________ which is the working principle of electric generator. Later on Mr. Fleming proposed _______ hand rule to find the direction of the induced current. Who am I? __________
  20. 20. I am a scientist . One day , my magnetic needle fell near a current carrying wire. I observed deflection Then I reversed the direction of current in the wire and observed deflection in opposite direction which resulted in the discovery of magnetic effects of current .Then my friend Maxwell proposed cork -screw rule to find out the direction of magnetic field. Another friend of mine , Faraday thought in the opposite way that current can be produced with the help of magnets using a coil of large number of turns called solenoid and a galvanometer due to relative motion between coil and magnet. He named the law as em induction which is the working principle of electric generator. Later on Mr. Fleming proposed right hand rule to find the direction of the induced current. Who am I? Oersted .
  21. 21. Statements 1 . Buyoant force depends on the volume of the body immersed. 2. A man first swims in sea water and then in river water. He finds it easier to swimin river water. 3. Density of the substance is the ratio of mass of body to its volume. 4. SI unit of upthrust is Pascal. 5. Foundation of damis made thinner as compared to the topic. 6. Upthrustis independent of density of the liquid in which the body is immersed. 7. An egg sinks in fresh water but floats in a strong salty water. 8. Archimedes’ principle states that whenever a body is fully or partially immersed in a fluid, the fluid exerts an upward force more than the weight of the fluid displaced by the body. 9. When W=U , the body floats. W>U , the body sinks. (where W- weight of body acting vertically downwards. U- upthrust acting vertically upwards. 1 0. The level of water remains unchanged ina beaker when whole of the ice melts. -
  22. 22. 1 The man finds it difficult to swimin the river water. 2 SI unit of up thrust is newton. 3 Foundation of damis made border than the top. 4 Up thrust depends upon the density of the fluid . 5 The fluid exert upward force equal to the weight of fluid displaced . 1 The man finds it difficult to swimin the river water. 2 SI unit of up thrust is newton. 3 Foundation of damis made border than the top. 4 Up thrust depends upon the density of the fluid . 5 The fluid exert upward force equal to the weight of fluid displaced . 1 3 7 9 1 0 1 3 7 9 1 0 2 4 5 6 8 2 4 5 6 8
  23. 23. Convex Lens A B E D C F P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Infinity F Between C& F At C Beyond C Infront of the Lens B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 Point sized Same Sized Enlarged Diminished Highl y magni fied Real Images Virtual Images Position of Objects A At Infinity B Beyond Centre of Curvature C At the Centre of Curvature D Between Centre of Curvature & Focus E At Focus F Between Focus & Optical centre
  24. 24. Position of Objects Positions of images Size of images Nature of images A At Infinity At Focus Point size Real & Inverted B Beyond Centre of Between Centre of Curvature diminished Real & inverted curvature & Focus C At centre of curvature At centre of curvature Same Real & inverted D Between Centre of Curvature & focus Beyond centre of curvature Enlarged Real & inverted E At focus At infinity Highly magnified Real & inverted F Between focus & Behind the lens Enlarged Virtual & erect optical centre ANSWER KEY
  25. 25. SIMPLE IS BEAUTIFUL.
  26. 26. Presented by: Manpreet Sappal & Priya Prinja

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