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teacher s competencies

TEACHER’S COMPETENCIES

S.G.ISAVE

Assistant Professor,

Tilak College of Education

Pune.

India.

history
History
  • Greece
  • China
  • India
  • Egypt
history4
History
  • Socrates
  • Aristotle
  • Pestalozzi
  • Herbert
  • Rousseau
  • John dewy
history5
History
  • 1685 – first teacher training institute at Remis- France.

‘Institute of Brothers of Christian School’

By St. John Baptist De La Salle.

1 content competence
1.CONTENT COMPETENCE
  • National Objectives
  • Curriculum
  • Syllabus
  • Textbooks
  • Units-Subunits
  • Principles, Rules, Facts, Concepts, Diagram etc.
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REFERENCES – Handbook, periodicals, encyclopedia, internet, C.D./D.V.D. etc.
  • Current issues.
2 teaching aids competency
2.TEACHING AIDS COMPETENCY
  • To make learning --

- simple,

- interesting,

- active.

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Dr. Edger Dale
  • Words are less effective than aids.
  • Eyes have maximum exposure for learning.
  • Learner’s active involvement plays important role.
types of teaching aids
Types of teaching aids
  • Printed
  • Audio
  • Visual
  • Audio-visual
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Audio

Radio

Cassette

C.D.-D.V.D.

Mobile etc.

Visual

Projective

Non-projective

audio visual aids
Audio-Visual aids
  • Television
  • Video
  • Movie
  • Computer
  • Simulator
activity based
Activity based
  • Puppet
  • W.E.
  • Sports
  • Art-craft
  • Scientific instruments
features of good aids
Features of good aids
  • Accuracy
  • Clarity
  • Durability
  • Practicability
  • Low costs
utilization
Utilization
  • Maintenance
  • Optimum utilization
  • Records
  • Security
4 curriculum transaction competency
4.CURRICULUM TRANSACTION COMPETENCY
  • Interactions………………………
  • Student - Teacher
  • Student – Student
  • Student – Learning material
  • Student – Surrounding
teacher student interaction
Teacher – student interaction
  • Respectful
  • Appreciative & Encouraging
  • Disciplined
  • Approachable
  • Comprehensive
classroom interaction
Classroom interaction
  • Variety in methods.
  • Maxims.
  • Models.
  • Principles.
  • Skills of teaching.

(Proper application of Pedagogy)

student student interaction
Student – Student interaction
  • Resource students
  • Challenged students
  • Special students
  • Individual differences
  • Motivation & Guidance by Teacher
student learning material interaction
Student – Learning materialinteraction
  • Providing self-learning material.
  • Giving opportunity to experience.
  • Encouraging to develop a material.
  • It increases confidence, concentration, joy of students.
student surrounding
Student – surrounding
  • Excursions
  • Visits
  • Interview
  • Collections
  • Notes, list
how to achieve
How to achieve …?
  • Role models
  • Observation
  • Feedback
  • Introspection
teacher s role
Teacher’s role
  • Formal
  • Non-formal
  • Informal
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“Thank you for giving your precious attention………!”

- S.G.Isave