Effective teaching-learning Process: National and International Practices

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What is effective teaching ?: Teaching is effective when a learner gets maximum benefit from it and use the learning for the benefit of himself and for the community. It depends on who are teaching and whom. Teachers, Students, Administrators, Environment and Resources. Effective teaching produces effective learners. Effective learners become the useful citizen of the country.Everyone has the Right to Learn, to education, to use technology. Need to empower more the use of technology in the classroom. Effective teaching-learning Process:
  1. Designing Learning activity
  2. Class discussion
  3. Teaching to new places / topics
  4. Accessibility
  5. Role playing
  6. Student Council
  7. Panel of Experts
  8. Videotapes
  9. Collaborative work
  10. Integration of ICT tools

    01.Designing Learning activity: Strength: A)Learners can get specific effective lesson B)Class size is not an issue Limitation: A)Need to be more update B)Take more time to prepare it

    02.Class Discussion: •Strength: A)Information and ideas drawn from multiple people B)Student’s attention easily maintained •Limitation: A)Practical with small Classroom. B)Some students will monopolize the conversation while others will not engage in discussion

  11. Teaching to new places/topics: Strength: A) Every topic provide origin of interest. B) Students looking at the world in unique ways. . Limitation: A) Need to creative teaching, Critical thinking B) Someone may not familiar with the topics

  12. Accessibility: .Strength: A) Provide multiple ways to represent or share information in learning B) Provide multiple ways to engage students in learning . Limitation: A) May vary Idea about accessibility in teaching-learning B) Stimulating student’s imagination.

    05 Role Playing: .Strength: A) Can be very impacting B) Students are able to test the concepts and techniques presented in the class. . Limitation: A) Students may feel they are embarrassed B) Practical for small classrooms.

  13. Student Council: .Strength: A) Provides a real-life example in teaching- learning through practicing leadership skills B) Gives students contacts in the field Limitation: A) Quality of the monitoring may be poor B) Creates problems to the class/ institutions

    07 Panel of Experts: .Strength: A) Allows for multiple expert opinions and ideas on a topic B) May capture more students ‘ attention . Limitation: A) Experts may be poor quality B) Competition among experts

  14. Videotapes: .Strength: A) Allows for alternate means of representation B) Keeps students’ attention widely . Limitation: A) Students do not have to actively participate B) Unable to control what students learn from video

  15. Collaborative work: .Strength: A) Students can learn through activities with their Local and Global Partners B) Teachers can guide to collaborate with others through the lesson/subjects .Limitation: A) Facility for all schools may not equal B) Teachers-students may few conscious about their partners/activities

  16. Integration of ICT tools and New Technology : . Strength: A) Students can learn through ICT New Technology base resources B) Teachers can deliver effective lesson by using latest ICT tools . Limitation: A) Facility for all schools may not be available in the countries B) Teachers-students may few idea about ICT tools

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