20090615 Becoming A Better Teacher 42s Jntu Asc

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Academic Staff College of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad organized an Orientation Programme, for University Teachers, from the Information Technology area. A half-day session was allotted for two topics, viz. Becoming a Better Teacher and Values in Education. The facilitator, i.e. my self, feels that the inclusion of these is done with a view to motivate the teachers to teach with greater commitment. Teachers must be motivated to become better teachers, without which the quality of education cannot be improved for generations together. When the teachers realize the important role they are playing, it is hoped that they would raise to the occasion and add love to the responsible job they are doing, and create the necessary impact. It is better to view both the power point presentations. The live recording of the speech can be listened to / downloaded, by visiting www.archive.org and searching for Prof. V. Viswanadham, The two power point presentations can be viewed at www.scribd.com and search for Viswam.vangapally4581, and / or www.slideshare.net/viswanadham

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20090615 Becoming A Better Teacher 42s Jntu Asc

  1. 2. Prof. V. Viswanadham BECOMING A BETTER TEACHER
  2. 3. ? WHAT ? WHY ? HOW ? ? ? ?
  3. 4. YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A 2nd CHANCE TO CREATE A GOOD 1st IMPRESSION
  4. 5. BE COMMITTED TO BRINGING OUT YOUR BEST ~ ALWAYS, AND REMEMBER TO IMPOVE IT CONTINUOUSLY. SIMILARLY, BRING OUT THEIR BEST FROM EACH ONE OF YOUR STUDENTS
  5. 6. A BETTER TEACHER A BETTER PERSON WITHOUT BECOMING YOU CANNOT HOPE TO BECOME
  6. 7. EDUCATION IS THE CULTURAL REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF THE SOCIETY
  7. 8. QUALITY . . . INSTITUTIONS . . . OF THE SOCIETY . . . CITIZENS . . . EDUCATION . . . TEACHERS
  8. 9. THE QUALITY OF THE CITIZENS DEPENDS ON . . . . . . THE TRAINING GIVEN BY THE MOTHER, . . . THE EXAMPLE PROVIDED BY THE FATHER & . . . THE INSPIRATION OFFERED BY THE TEACHER MOTHER + FATHER + TEACHER
  9. 10. M + F + T = 1 WHICH IS THE DECIDING FACTOR ? 1
  10. 11. ACHARYA POORVA ROOPAM ANTHEVASYUTHHARA ROOPAM VIDYA SANDHIHI PRAVACHANAGUM SANDHANAM
  11. 12. Acharyath pada madhathe Padam sishya swamedhaya Padam sabramhacharibhya: Padam kalakramenacha
  12. 13. A TEACHER IS A LIFE - LONG LEARNER A TEACHER AFFECTS ETERNITY
  13. 14. ARE YOU HAPPY ? ARE OTHERS HAPPY WITH YOU ?
  14. 15. ARE YOU HAPPY AS A TEACHER ? ARE YOUR STUDENTS HAPPY WITH YOU ?
  15. 16. TO-DAY'S CHILDREN ARE TOMORROW'S CITIZENS.
  16. 17. FUTURE WE LIVE IN THE PRESENT WITH THE HOPE THAT THE FUTURE WILL BE BETTER AND BRIGHTER THEN, WHAT SHOULD BE OUR DUTY IN THE PRESENT ? EQUIP OURSELVES FOR THE FUTURE EQUIP YOUR STUDENTS ALSO FOR THE FUTURE
  17. 18. HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED SELF - MOTIVATION, SELF - ANYLYSIS, SELF - DISCIPLINE & SELF - EVALUATION AS THE KEYS THAT UNLOCK THE MYSTERIES OF INITIATING SELF - DEVELOPMENT ? M. A. D. E.
  18. 19. WHAT IS THE TASK OF A TEACHER ? WHAT IS THE TASK OF A LEARNER ?
  19. 20. THINKING IS FOR LEARNING
  20. 21. CREATE THE BEST POSSIBLE ENVIRONMENT FOR EARNING HOW ? INCREASED IMPORTANCE FOR PRACTICAL ORIENTATION ~ IN ALL SUBJECTS – LAB WORK / PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS MAKING THE STUDENTS TO THINK WHAT THEY ARE LEARNING, IMPROVING THE ABILITY TO ABSORB MAKING LEARNING AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE
  21. 22. LET THE STUDENTS THE ENTHUSIASM YOU HAVE FOR YOUR SUBJECT, YOUR LOVE FOR LEARNING & TEACHING, AND YOUR LOVE FOR MAKING THE STUDENTS LEARN. FEEL
  22. 23. IN SHORT, YOU MUST BE VERY COMMITTED, VERY AFFECTIONATE, VERY PATIENT & VERY SERIOUS ABOUT REALLY TEACHING THEM. ALL THIS TRANSLATES TO YOUR REALLY LOVING YOUR PROFESSION LEARN TO BE LIKE A . . . . . . ? C. A. P. S.
  23. 24. WHO ARE YOUR ROLE MODELS ? WHO ARE YOUR STUDENTS’ ROLE MODELS ? DON’T YOU WANT TO BECOME YOUR STUDENTS’ ROLE MODEL ? GET INSPIRED
  24. 25. TEACHING IS NOT A MERE PROFESSION IT IS A WAY OF LIFE BECOME A GOOD ROLE MODEL
  25. 26. " BE GOOD AND DO GOOD " GET INSPIRED - SWAMI VIVEKANANDA
  26. 27. CONDUCT BRAINSTORMING OR IDEA-GENERATING SESSIONS TO ACQUINT THE STUDENTS WITH ANALYTICAL THINKING, CREATIVE THINKING & POSITIVE THINKING. THINKING, WHILE THINKING . . . WHAT IS TO BE DONE ?
  27. 28. ENCOURAGE S.G.A. – “ SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY” MAKE TEAM WORK AN IMPORTANT PART OF LEARNING – ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO WORK TOGETHER TO LEARN FROM EACH OTHER TO GROW TOGETHER TO LIVE TOGETHER & TO EXCEL TOGETHER
  28. 29. TEACHING IS A MATTER OF FUNCTIONS THREE CONTENT COMMUNICATION & CLARITY ALSO CONCENTRATION COMMITMENT & CHARACTER IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY
  29. 30. C = R WORDS HAVE WONDERFUL POWER Y O U C A N ENCOURAGE OR DISCOURAGE INSPIRE OR INSTIGATE DO AND UNDO MAKE AND UNMAKE HARM AND HEAL SO, THINK AND SPEAK ? OR SPEAK AND THINK ?
  30. 31. DEVELOP : LEARNING SKILLS STUDY SKILLS NOTE - TAKING SKILLS NOTE - MAKING SKILLS MEMORY SKILLS COMMUNICATION SKILLS PRESENTATION SKILLS ANALYTICAL SKILLS PROBLEM - SOLVING & DECISION - MAKING SKILLS
  31. 32. DEVELOP : GOAL - SETTING SKILLS SELF - DEVELOPMENT SKILLS CREATIVE SKILLS INTER-PERSONAL SKILLS TEAM BUILDING SKILLS LEADERSHIP SKILLS, etc. AND WHAT ELSE ?
  32. 33. DEVELOP & PRACTICE VALUES
  33. 34. CONSIDER THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS BEFORE YOUR OWN FEELINGS; & THE FEELINGS OF OTHERS BEFORE YOUR OWN RIGHTS
  34. 35. MOTIVATION LEADS TO EXCELLENCE EXCELLENCE LEADS TO SUCCESS 5 Es ENTHUSIASM EXPERIMENT EXPERIENCE EXPERTISE EXCELLENCE
  35. 36. PLAN TO WRITE A GOOD TEXT BOOK
  36. 37. A TEACHER MUST HAVE . . . A SMILING FACE A SHINING HEART A SPARKLING HEAD A STERLING CHARACTER A SPIRITED PERSONALITY 5 Ss WHAT IS YOUR SCORE ?
  37. 38. In a completely rational society, the best of us would aspire to be Teachers and the rest of us would have to settle for something else, because passing Civilization along from one generation to the next ought to be the highest honour and the highest responsibility anyone could have.
  38. 39. THINK THINK AND GROW HELP STUDENTS TO GROW
  39. 40. Links to Prof. V. Viswanadham <ul><li>Link to Presentation slides </li></ul><ul><li>Link to Audio Files </li></ul><ul><li>Link to Blog </li></ul>Thank you once again
  40. 41. In case YOU liked this speech and presentation ~ for listening to more speeches and for viewing more presentations, Please Visit: Visit: http:// www.archive.org and Search for Prof. V. Viswanadham
  41. 42. In case YOU liked this presentation ~ for viewing more presentations, on various topics, Please Visit: www.scribd.com and search for Viswam.vangapally4581 and / or www.slideshare.net/viswanadham In case YOU want to give some feedback / contact me : [email_address] Prof. V. Viswanadham ~ [040 – 2722 3383] A BIG THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENT LISTENING

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