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induction training program for teachers 19 th nov to 23 rd nov 2012

Induction Training Program for Teachers - 19th Nov to 23rd Nov 2012

Faculty & Staff Development Training Centre, GEC Thrissur

about the program
About the program
  • Govt. of Kerala has selected CET & GEC Thrissur as Faculty & Staff Development Training Centres
  • Each FY planning to conduct 10 training programs for newly recruited faculty
  • Program funded by Govt. of Kerala
  • 5-Day session
inauguration dysp akbar
Inauguration – DySP Akbar
  • IAS training example – Never stop learning
  • Teachers should enlighten the life of their students and in turn brighten the future of our country
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Session 1Mouldingof Engineering College Teachers – Dr.M.RSreedharan Nair, Former Principal, GEC Thrissur
world ranking of universities
World Ranking Of Universities
  • California Institute of Technology
  • University of Oxford
  • Stanford University
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Princeton University
  • University of Cambridge
  • Imperial College of London
  • University of Chicago
  • University of California
world ranking of universities india
World Ranking Of Universities (India)

234. I.I.T. Kharagpur

  • I.I.T. Bombay

317. I.I.T Roorkee

  • Why ???
  • How can we improve our ranking???
suggestions
Suggestions
  • Enhance Industry-Institution Interaction
  • Develop expertise , consultancy will come to you.
transactional analysis
Transactional Analysis
  • By Dr. Eric Berne, more rational approach
  • Give & Take of emotions
  • Satisfy recognition hunger
  • Keep eye contact
  • Pre-suppositions
  • People are OK
  • People can think
  • People can take responsibility for their actions
ego states
Ego States
  • Child Ego State
  • Free Child
  • Adopted Child
  • Parent Ego State(Imitates Parent-formed in 5th year)
  • Set of values, principles
  • Code of conduct, Social life, Emotional Security
  • Critical parent Vs. Nurturing parent
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Adult Ego State(Here & Now Ego State)

  • Thinking, Logical, Rational
  • Aims at success in life
  • Can say ‘No’
  • No general rule on effectiveness of any ego state but Child to Child relation with adult awareness could be preferred.
  • Strokes: +ve, -ve, plastic, counterfeit
transactions
Transactions
  • Complementary
  • As conversation goes on friendship blooms
  • Closed
  • P  C
  • Ulterior(Jokes)
  • P  P, C  C
  • Analyzing transactions
  • 7% of Meaning in words spoken
  • 38% paralinguistic
  • 55% in body language
session 3 behavioural skills for teaching dr mary matilda principal maharajas college ernakulam
Session 3Behavioural Skills for Teaching – Dr. Mary Matilda, Principal, Maharajas College, Ernakulam
behavioural skills for teaching
Behavioural Skills for Teaching
  • Humans could be highest asset or liability in an organisation
  • Performance = Ability x Motivation
  • Motivation is the passion towards action
  • Calling Student by name is a +ve stroke
  • Behaviour can always be modified
  • Behaviour originates from attitude(+ve/-ve)
  • Attitude & Thoughts are correlated
  • Don’t say bad about students
behaviours
Behaviours

Passive

I am not OK

U are OK

Aggressive

I am not OK

U are not OK

Assertive

I am OK

U are OK

behavioural skills for teaching1
Behavioural Skills for Teaching
  • We should convince the young generation
  • We have options to our life, which can be switched
  • You have every right to make a request but the other person has also the right to say Yes or No
  • Practice negotiation skills
  • Don’t provoke students
  • Focus on problems not on students
  • Send ‘win’ script
  • Practice active listening(BRIEF)
counselling skills for effective teaching
Counselling Skills for Effective Teaching
  • Tell to write Strength & Weakness
  • Together enhance Strength & reduce weakness
  • Features of Counselling
  • Not advice giving
  • Needs a rapport between teacher & student
  • Helping to help themselves
  • For solving personal, emotional & social dilemmas
counselling skills for effective teaching1
Counselling Skills for Effective Teaching
  • Skills needed for counselling
  • Congruence (words & Practice should match)
  • Empathy (view the point from other side)
  • Unconditional +ve regard (as our own children)
  • Listening Skill
  • Formation of self concept (self esteem on them)
  • Motivation & +ve reinforcements
  • Professional ethics (integrity of teacher)
counselling skills for effective teaching2
Counselling Skills for Effective Teaching
  • Student-teacher relationship (Ancient Vs. Modern days)
  • Counselling is needed in every transitional stage
  • Don’t expose assumptions, take time & watch
  • Develop strong will power (don’t do anything if your mind is away from you)
  • Give proper socialisation
  • Knowledge on ethical, moral & human values
  • Introspection (daily self analysis)
  • Consistent & Impartial behaviour
session 5 ms excel for professionals dr p a soloman gec thrissur
Session 5MS Excel for Professionals – Dr. P.A. Soloman, GEC, Thrissur

Session 6Introduction to Data Sheet using Spread Sheet –

Prof. E.C. Ramakrishnan, GEC, Thrissur

Session 7Academic Leadership- a Psychological Perspective –

Dr. C.N.BalakrishnanNambiar, GEC, Thrissur

academic leadership a psychological perspective
Academic Leadership- a Psychological Perspective
  • Attitude: No I
  • Ur right to disagree with me will be protected even in the risk of my life
  • Students should not be afraid of teacher
  • Academic leadership
  • Inspiring
  • Motivating
  • Invigorating
  • Enhancing
  • Empowering
  • Modifying

Process

academic leadership a psychological perspective1
Academic Leadership- a Psychological Perspective
  • Main Problem: Students are not motivated
  • Being intelligent is not necessary to learn
  • Only with interest & motivation things can be learnt
  • Make them feel that you can
  • Good teacher should be a counsellor
  • Counselling is never an advice its motivation (Jambavan-Hanuman-Sugreevan story)
  • Good teacher should lead children rather than teaching
academic leadership a psychological perspective2
Academic Leadership- a Psychological Perspective
  • Good teacher (Acharya) never make a student obeys
  • Intrinsic motivation √
  • Extrisic motivation x (eg. Sessional Marks)
  • PPT (Power Point Torture !!!)
  • Our enthusiasm to learn subjects
  • How we liked or disliked a subject ???
  • Lecture on how to learn Swimming !!!
academic leadership a psychological perspective3
Academic Leadership- a Psychological Perspective
  • Academic leadership – not an occupation or vocation – is a profession with a vision, mission, and a passion
  • A good teacher will always be remembered otherwise not even in dust bin
  • Our students are “Potential Seeds”, don’t boil & Spoil them. Nurturing them make you win.
mind mechanics and stress management
Mind Mechanics and Stress Management
  • Failing to prepare is preparing to fail
  • Stress ?
  • Physical: Health, Fitness, Posture, Accident, Injury, etc
  • Psychological: Fear, Anxiety, Tension, Worry, Jealous, Hatred, Anger, Excitement, Emotional conflict, etc.
  • Stress harmful ???
mind mechanics and stress management1
Mind Mechanics and Stress Management
  • Eustress: Healthy stress
  • Distress: caused by continuous physical or mental strain, anger, frustration, etc.
  • Physiology of stress:
  • Stress end itself ???
  • By-product of stress ???
mind mechanics and stress management2
Mind Mechanics and Stress Management
  • By-product of stress:
  • Phase 1: Psychic
  • Phase 2: Psychosomatic (Hypertension, tremors, palpitation, etc.)
  • Phase 3: Somatic (Increased functions of all organs)
  • Phase 4: Organic (Gradually lesion settles down in the target organ with full-fledged changes)
  • Trip to happy place in the world ???

70-80% of diseases

mind mechanics and stress management3
Mind Mechanics and Stress Management
  • We can carry happiness to anywhere but there is no happy place
  • Mind:
  • Kshipta: Scattered or Wandering
  • Moodha: Sleeping
  • Vikshipta: Occasional control
  • Ekagra: One pointed control
  • Nirodha: Completely control
  • Use the power of subconscious mind
joy of teaching
Joy of Teaching
  • Elements of a successful teacher (KSA)
  • A teacher should be “Life Long Learner”
  • Engg. Students needs a facilitator rather than a teacher because they are ‘Adult Learners’.
  • Don’t expect 20 yr to behave as 10 yr or 30 yr
  • Never ever give notes
  • Use Simple language
  • Use Short sentences
  • Use Language properly
  • Don’t try artificial accents
joy of teaching1
Joy of Teaching
  • Always smile at students
  • Gestures are essential but avoid hamming
  • Manners:
  • Be polite to all
  • Criticism is only for active participation
  • React elegantly in undesired situations
  • Never enter a class which is handled by another
  • Remember to rub the board before you leave
  • Never keep false impression about others class & subjects
joy of teaching2
Joy of Teaching
  • Should have sense of humour
  • Never threaten/humiliate student for wrong answer
  • Keep proper dressing
  • Relationships:
  • Should be friend, philosopher & guide to the student
  • Respect student as a student
  • U can be strict without being cruel
joy of teaching3
Joy of Teaching
  • Maintain good relationship with colleagues
  • Avoid closed transactions
  • Feedback (Anonymous):

Planning

Teaching

Feedback

joy of teaching4
Joy of Teaching
  • Question Paper Setting
  • Never set very tough questions or very easy questions
  • Average Students: 45-60%(Score)
  • Good Students: 60-75%(Score)
  • Very Good Students: 75-90%(Score)
  • Excellent Students: >90%(score)
  • Involve in all activities of the institution
session 10 introduction to word processing dr shalij p r gec thrissur
Session 10Introduction to Word Processing– Dr. Shalij P.R, GEC, Thrissur

Session 11Micro Teaching –

Dr. N.R.Premkumar, GEC, Thrissur

Session 12Value Based Teaching –

Dr. N.Gopalakrishnan, Director, Indian Institute of Scientific Heritage, Thiruvananthapuram

value based teaching
Value Based Teaching
  • We are not permanent in this world
  • How long U lived  Not important
  • How U lived  Very important
  • Effort is less important than result and based on the result world remembers U
  • We are handling living files, so don’t be a burden to the institution.
  • Make Ur students:
  • Greater (Enough knowledge-Bricks)
  • Good (Value based knowledge-Cement)
value based teaching1
Value Based Teaching
  • Student should be informed that they won’t get every knowledge from class room, teacher, prescribed textbook & syllabus
  • 25% of information: from teacher
  • 25% of information: from self-study
  • 25% of information: from others(discussion)
  • 25% of information: throughout Ur life by Addition, Deletion, Modification & Correction
value based teaching2
Value Based Teaching
  • Value: Any knowledge which can create sustainable & permanent benefit for mind, body, family, society & nation
  • 3 points to provide value based education:
  • Give them messages
  • Collect as information as possible
  • Every line I quote will be re-quoted by our students somewhere else, so don’t take a class without enough preparation
value based teaching3
Value Based Teaching
  • Whenever taking a class try to be perfect as much as possible
  • If I am on the other side which way I expect my teacher to be
  • Teaching is the Noblest profession in the world
  • Higher Ur level, lower will be Ur freedom
value based teaching4
Value Based Teaching
  • Students should feel following 5 situations:
  • People who take food from the waste
  • Cancer affected infants below 1 yr
  • Sufferings of old aged people
  • Orphans and the reason
  • 1-hour in medical college mortuary and the situations there
  • Preparation for living is not life, experience on living is life…
life skill education training
Life Skill Education & Training
  • More than 4000 skills for an avg person
  • 10 important skills identified by WHO:
  • Self awareness
  • Empathy
  • Effective Communication
  • Coping with emotions
  • Coping with stress
  • Decision making
  • Problem solving
life skill education training1
Life Skill Education & Training
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Creative thinking
  • Critical thinking
  • Take feedback through introspection
  • Approx. 60,000 thoughts per daily, almost 96% of them are waste which consumes 800 Calories(i.e, 1/3rd of energy requirement)
  • Drink 2.5-3 ltrs of fluid per day
  • Have a system of family doctor
life skill education training2
Life Skill Education & Training
  • A +ve thought is the seed of a +ve result
  • You can’t change any one in the world but you can change your attitude:
  • Changing attitude is difficult
  • Thinking is required
  • Change perspective
  • Modify thoughts
  • Social learning
  • Start from family
life skill education training3
Life Skill Education & Training
  • Do something for others to help get Ur mind off yourself; don’t expect anything from them
session 14 evaluation of micro teaching dr n r premkumar dr p mhd rafeek gec thrissur
Session 14Evaluation of Micro Teaching– Dr. N.R. Premkumar, Dr. P. Mhd. Rafeek, GEC, Thrissur
evaluation of micro teaching
Evaluation of Micro Teaching
  • Title should be in caps, all things should be legible
  • Eye contact continuously only to 2 to 3 secs.
  • Maximum of 2 colour chokes
  • Write on board from RHS
  • Carry instructional aids if possible
  • Don’t hurt students after asking questions-treat them as humans
  • Better to have feedback in every 2-3 weeks
session 15 healthy living attitude for teachers dr jacob wadakanchery
Session 15Healthy Living Attitude for Teachers– Dr. Jacob Wadakanchery

Session 16Discussion & Conclusion/Valedictory Function–

Dr.M.RSreedharan Nair, Former Principal, GEC Thrissur