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Pedagogy vinita

  1. 1. A WAY TOINNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY Methodology of teaching ! By:- Vinita rikhi
  2. 2. Traditional Teaching Method In the pre-technology education context, the teacher was the sender the source, the educational material was the information or message, and the student was the receiver of the information. In terms of the delivery medium was through “chalk-and- talk” method
  3. 3. Comparative approachTRADITIONAL CLASSROOM 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM -Time –constant Time –Variable Teacher controlled classes -Driven by shared Teacher oriented curriculum -Global curriculum Teacher as a judge -Teacher as a facilitator Traditional ways of teaching -Multi faceted and holistic way scholastic and co-scholastic perspectives
  4. 4. PRACTICALDIMENSION ‘‘Ihear and I forget. I see and I believe. I do and I understand .’’ -ConfuciusLETS TRY TO UNDERSTAND FROM THESE LINES OF CONFUCIUS…………………………………
  5. 5. EXPERIMENTALTEACHINGScientific experiments commonly yield conflicting results, and part of a researchers job is to incorporate such findings into a coherent framework that sheds some light on the subject under investigation..SO TEACH SUBJECT IN AN EMPIRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WAY.
  6. 6. DYNAMISMCollaborative teaching, when done right, is a dynamic process that educators constantly reconfigure to fit their instructional plans and the learning needs of their students.SO ADOPT DISTINCTIVE WAYS TO MAKE SUBJECT INTERESTING.
  7. 7. COLLABORATIVE APPROACH Collaborative teaching, where two educators take responsibility for P lanning, teaching, and monitoring the success of all learners in a class, looks different from day to day and classroom to classroom.
  8. 8. E-LEARNING (ICT) E-learning comprises all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. ICT HELPS IN SEEKING THE CONTENT IN COGNITIVE WAY.
  9. 9. NETWORKING The Information and Communication Systems, whether networked learning or not, serve as specific media to implement the learning process.
  10. 10. EXPERIENCE &TECHNOLOGYThe term will still most likely be utilized to reference out-of-classroom and in-classroom educational experiences via technology, even as advances continue in regard to devices and curriculumLEARN AND ADOPT TECH BASED EDUCATION
  11. 11. CURRICULUMPLANNING Planning involves a series of organizational methods that are focused on achieving optimal student comprehension. Instructors might structure their curriculum around daily lesson plans, certain units within a class, or an entire educational program
  12. 12. CONSTRUCTIVISMThe characteristics of a constructivist classroom are as follows: The learners are actively involved The environment is democratic The activities are interactive and student-centered .
  13. 13. MIND MAP Students make notes that used only key words and images, but mind map can be used by teachers to explain concepts in an innovative way. They are much quicker to make and much easier to remember and review because of their visual quality. The nonlinear nature of mind maps makes it easy to link and cross-reference different elements of the ma
  14. 14. TEACHING WITH SENSE OFHUMOUR – Everyone loves a teacher with an infectious sense of humor. Looking at the lighter side of life fosters cordial relations between teachers and students
  15. 15. Z-A APPROACH The teacher should explain the application of a particular concept first and explain the effects of such applications START WITH APPLICATIONAL EXAMPLE AND THEN COME TO TEXT.
  16. 16. Comprehensiveapproachcomprehension is typicallydemonstrated in terms ofwhat the students havelearned and how they canapply that knowledge.
  17. 17. Inquiry based learning.Structured problem solving and the Socratic method are forms of inquiry based learning.
  18. 18. Cooperative learning Students work in collaborative groups to study content and complete projects. Self and peer assessment is a critical part of the process. The individual succeeds only when the group succeeds.
  19. 19. Inquiry-based learningStudents participate ina process of askingquestions to learnabout a problem ortopic.
  20. 20. Project-based learning Students work on complex, real-world projects that require interdisciplinary work and result in a product that is relevant for an authentic audience
  21. 21. Reciprocal learning Students individually master a concept or topic and then teach each other, with each “lesson” building on the preceding presentation and discussion.
  22. 22. Motivate students Motivate students to take ownership of their learning Provide equitable access to resources and learning
  23. 23. Consistency ofeducation Ensure consistency of education approach across schools, grade levels, and subjects
  24. 24. AccommodativeAccommodate varyinglevels of studentcompetency andindividual learningstyles
  25. 25. Teach studentshow to learn &create new aspectof learning !!! -Vinita rikhi