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PARTICIPATORY TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR YOUNG TEACHERS. Dr. A. Devaraj HETL Liaison of India Director, Training & Placement & Senior Faculty in English, Loyola College, Chennai 34. What is teaching?.

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Participatory teaching learning strategies for young teachers

PARTICIPATORY TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR YOUNG TEACHERS

Dr. A. Devaraj

HETL Liaison of India

Director, Training & Placement &

Senior Faculty in English, Loyola College, Chennai 34


What is teaching

What is teaching?

  • “A set of complex skills employed to realize a specified set of instructional objectives”

  • The complexity is based on: 1. Behavior,

    2. Attitude, 3. Learning, 4. Catholicity,

    5. Transparency & 6. Patience


Teaching skills

Teaching Skills

  • Analytical & reasoning skill

  • Ability to realize & correct mistakes

  • Turn taking ability

  • Comprehension

  • Questioning

  • Knowledge dissemination

  • Information transfer


Participatory teaching learning strategies for young teachers

T.S…

  • Cheerful & cooperative

  • Pacing the lessons

  • Moderation

  • Diagnostic skill

  • Remediation

  • Relational

  • Evaluation


What is learning

What is Learning?

  • A permanent change in behavior after undergoing a particular experience

    The kinds of learning:

  • Single loop learning

  • Double loop learning

  • Deutero learning


What is learning1

What is learning?

  • Knowledge acquisition:

    What is knowledge?

    To know that you know

    To know that you don’t know

    To know what you don’t know &

    To know that you should not know that


Wisdom

Wisdom

  • Wise is he who learns from books

  • Wiser is he who learns from experience &

  • Wisest is he who learns from others’ experience

  • We should be : wise

    wiser

    wisest


Curriculum content

Curriculum & Content

  • Internationalize your curriculum

  • Incorporate multinational experience & thought

  • Culturally inclusive

  • Include international issues

  • Kindle them to think nationally, internationally & globally


Staff

Staff

  • Have international links with your colleagues, former colleagues, etc

  • Get linked to LI’s HETL

  • Create links with international companies & institutions

  • Establish networks

  • Establish student, staff exchange


Students

Students

  • Encourage students to question

  • Allow them present their cases, projects, papers, etc

  • Teach & practise ‘research skills’

  • Fuel their imagination & creativity


Participatory teaching learning strategies

Participatory Teaching Learning Strategies

  • Brain storming

  • G.D.

  • Presentation

  • Socratic method

  • Case study method

  • Small scale research

  • Survey methods

  • Projects & term papers


Methods

Methods

  • PPTs

  • Role play

  • Turn taking

  • Hand outs for discussion

  • Quizzes

  • Zero hour

  • Mock press


Methods1

Methods…

  • Seminars

  • Term paper presentation

  • Brain storming

  • Brain writing

  • Panel discussion

  • Mock viva

  • Market survey


Participatory teaching learning cycle

Participatory Teaching - Learning Cycle


What are the ptl skills

What are the PTL Skills?

  • 1. Questioning: lead, probing, door openers, clarificatory, classificatory, etc

  • 2. Kindling interest

  • 3. Experience sharing

  • 4. Encouraging innovation

  • 5. Turn- taking

  • 6. Reinforcement skills


What are the ptl skills1

What are the PTL Skills?

  • 7. Silence

  • 8. Explaining & illustrating

  • 9. Example- giving

  • 10. Effective use of BB, PPT, etc

  • 11. Encouraging learners’ discussion

  • 12. Parliamentary methods/ words

  • 13. Cheerful & lively


Skills

Skills…

  • 14. Alfred Hitchcock formula

  • 15. Learning to question

  • 16. Responding to queries

  • 17. Moderation

  • 18. Behavior modification

  • 19. Synthesizing & winding up

  • 20. Effective classroom management


Benefits of ptl

Benefits of PTL

  • 1. Keen observation

  • 2. Active Listening

  • 3. Positive Interaction

  • 4. Recall of content/ Recollection of the process

  • 5. Defining the concept


Benefits

Benefits…

  • 6. Simulation

  • 7. Micro-teaching

  • 8. Appreciation of Teaching skills & techniques

  • 9. Immediate Evaluation

  • 10. Constructive criticism

  • 11. Transparency


Thanks a lot

Thanks a lot!


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