General Methods of Teaching

Teaching and assessments are connected; student learning is continuously measured during teacher instruction. Commonly used teaching methods may include class participation, demonstration, recitation, memorization, or combinations of these.

Selection of Teaching Method

Selection of Teaching Method

Teaching Method A teaching method refers to the set of step by step procedures used by the teacher in guiding the learners to achieve learning objectives. In other words, as applied to classroom setting, a teaching method is a series of related and progressive acts performed by the teacher and the learners to accomplish the […]

Teaching VS Instruction

Difference between Teaching and Instruction

Teaching and Instruction are being used interchangeably by many educators these days. Teachers are often called instructors supposing that their job is to instruct, to give knowledge or instructions. However, there is subtle difference between teaching and instruction. Teaching Teaching is more complex in nature. When we talk about teaching, we are dealing with different […]

Core Skills for Teachers

Core Teaching Skills

Core teaching skills are the essential skills that teachers need to be fully prepared for effective teaching and work in a productive teaching learning environment. Sometimes referred to as 21st century teaching skills, the Core Teaching Skills are the combination of the skills such as cognitive, delivering, learning and expressing in new and innovative ways.
Skill of Probing Questions, Explaining, Illustrating With Examples, Stimulus Variation, Reinforcement, Classroom Management, Using Blackboard, Introducing a Lesson.

Teaching Skills

Teaching Skills for 21st Century Teachers

* A teaching skill is that behavior of the teacher which facilitates pupils’ learning directly or indirectly.
* A teaching skill includes all arts and behavior of the teacher which maximizes pupils’ learning.
*A teaching skill is that art of the teacher which makes communication between the teacher and pupils sufficiently.

Benefits of Simulated Teaching

Advantages of Instructional Simulation

Instructional simulation is a teaching method that tests learners’ knowledge and skill levels by placing them in scenarios where they must actively solve problems. The instructor defines the parameters to create a safe environment for hands-on learning experiences. When participating in a scenario, students must quickly evaluate the situation, decide on the best course of […]

Phases of Simulated Teaching

Mechanism and Steps of Simulated Teaching

Definition of Simulated Teaching Simulated teaching is the technique of learning and training, which develops the ability in an individual regarding problem solving behavior. It has been defined as a role playing strongly in which learner performs the role in an artificially created environment. Saxena and Oberoi (1994) explained procedure of simulated teaching in their […]

Simulated Instructions

Simulation & Simulated Teaching

Introduction & Origin Simulation is an activity that can contribute to a successful and highly enjoyable experiences. It engages students by placing them directly into the conflict of the real situation. It comes alive as students interact with one another. Since a long time ago, simulation has been used by human and even animal to […]

Features of Project Method

Principles of Project Method

The project method is the embodiment of a new way of looking at the pupil and a new way of teaching him to live. It aims at bringing out what is in the child and at allowing him to develop himself. It gives an opportunity for self-expression, and for relating the self to the community. […]

Kinds of Projects

Types of Projects

According to Kilpatrick there are four types of projects. They are: Constructive Project, Aesthetic Project, Problematic Project, Drill Project

Montessori School System

Maria Montessori 1870-1952

Montessori System, Purpose and Method Maria Montessori was basically a doctor by profession. She was working with mentally handicapped children in Italy in a hospital where she developed a child-centered approach to teach such students. This approach was known as Montessori system of education. It was a system of education for young children that seek […]