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Instructional Strategies

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.Read More

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. Read More

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.Read More

Integrating Technology in Classroom

Integration of technology in education simply refers to the use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Utilizing different types of technology in the classroom, including a virtual classroom, creates learners who are actively engaged with learning objectives. The implementation of technology also creates pathways for differentiated instruction to meet the unique needs of students...Read More

Advantages of Instructional Simulation

1. Motivational Advantages: Games are engaging and motivating approach to students. It gets them involved and holds their attention longer. Children usually learn and retain more knowledge using role play. 2. Removal of Student – teacher Polarization:  Students actually engage in the learning process rather than passive receiver of knowledge. 3. Simulation as a Universal...Read More

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...Read More

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...Read More

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....Read More

Types of Projects

Definition of Project The term project is no longer reserved for the planned undertaking calling for the constructive thought and action. Project means almost any undertaking. It is activity oriented but it is more than the simple activity. In educational scenario, It advocates that the education should be related to the life situation. The main...Read More
Pedagogy VS Andragogy

Pedagogy vs Andragogy

Pedagogy As Elaine Biech, author of Training for Dummies (2005) points out, pedagogy is a traditional style of teaching based on a didactic model, or lecturing. Generally, this model is content-centred and instructor-led. Pedagogy literally means the art of teaching children. Whereas adults learn primarily because they want or need to, children’s formal learning is...Read More