Instructional Strategies

Instructional strategies are techniques teachers use to help students become independent, strategic learners. These strategies become learning strategies when students independently select the appropriate ones and use them effectively to accomplish tasks or meet goals.

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education (ECE)

Early Childhood Education (ECE) is a term that refers to the period of time from a child’s birth to when they enter kindergarten. The period from birth to eight years old is remarkable for brain development of children and represents a crucial window of opportunity for education. UNESCO believes that Early Childhood Care and Education […]

CAI — Computer Assisted Instruction

CAI — Computer Assisted Instruction

Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) refers to an interactive form of teaching in which instructional material is presented by computer and the individual’s learning is tracked using a computer. In simple words, CAI is a program of instructional material presented by means of a computer or computer systems. In some other instances, It is a self-learning technique […]

CSCL — Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

CSCL — Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is considered as one of the most promising innovations to improve teaching and learning with the help of modern information and communication technology. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) refers to learning situations mediated by technologies where small groups of 3 to 5 students are exposed to interaction in order to solve […]

Phases of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)

Phases of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)

Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Developments in ICT offer increasing possibilities for collaborative learning. Technology based learning environments can provide advanced means for the production of knowledge and constructive communication, and interactive and collaborative learning in (and between) classrooms and between teachers and learners. CSCL is one such example. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) refers to the activity of […]

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.

Teaching Strategies for Teachers

Instructional Strategies for Teachers

An instructional strategy is a method you would use in your teaching (in the classroom, online, or in some other medium) to help activate students’ curiosity about a class topic, to engage the students in learning, to probe critical thinking skills, to keep them on task, to engender sustained and useful classroom interaction, and, in general, to enable and enhance their learning of course content.

Use of Technology in Classroom

Integrating Technology in Classroom

Utilizing different types of technology in classroom, including a virtual classroom, creates learners who are actively engaged with learning objectives.

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 […]