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Premium member Presentation Transcript INTERACTIVE TEACHING METHODOLOGIES: INTERACTIVE TEACHING METHODOLOGIESPresented By:: Presented By: Akhil Kaushik Assistant Professor, CSE Deptt ., T.I.T&S BhiwaniTALK FLOW: TALK FLOW Introduction Dale Carnegie's Approach Changing role of a Teacher Bloom's Taxonomy Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory Various Teaching Methodologies ConclusionTraditional Teaching Approach: Traditional Teaching Approach Teaching is still considered one of the noble professions. The traditional teaching technique used around the globe is “ Chalk & talk ”.HISTORY : HISTORY Knowledge flow from teacher to student. Earlier, teacher was the only source of knowledge. Students just acted as listeners.COOL CLASSROOM: COOL CLASSROOM Problems with Chalk-talk: Problems with Chalk-talk Shhh is most common word used by teachers in the world. Our students also keep shhh in the interview room.Dale Carnegie's Approach: Dale Carnegie's Approach Dale Carnegie (1888 –1955) - an American writer, lecturer and the developer of public speaking and interpersonal skills.Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Simplify complex information by “ Analogy ”. Communicate with greater impact. Respond to difficult classroom situations. Inspire peers & students to embrace change.Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Analogy – Methodology used to simplify complex information and explaining with help of real-life examples. Example: Ajay Mehra, #1437-a, Sector- 35 B, Chandigarh (U.T) is related to --- email@example.comDale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Communicate with greater impact : - Word Emphasis : stressing key words, phrases and ideas. Pauses : stop to aid understanding. Pacing : variations in speed of talk. Voice modulation : variations in voice tone. Body Gestures : movement of body relevant to message.Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. “If you believe in what you are doing, then let nothing hold you up in your work. Much of the best work of the world has been done against seeming impossibilities. The thing is to get the work done.”Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Handling difficult classroom situations:Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Wear a smile to the class. Relax and the listeners will relax with you. Great domain expertise. Communicate with competence and confidence. “ Respond ” rather than “ React ”.Dale Carnegie's Approach contd..: Dale Carnegie's Approach contd.. Inspire peers & students to embrace “ CHANGE ”Changing Role of Teacher: Changing Role of Teacher “What you can do for the students that Dr. Google cannot do ?”Slide 17: COORDINATOR IDEAS PERSON CONSCIENCE KEEPER PLANNER STRATEGIST MONITOR PROBLEM SOLVER EXPERIMENTER RESEARCHER NEGOTIATOR ROLE MODEL TREND SETTER GUIDE TRAFFIC COP DEVILS ADVOCATEChanging Role of Teacher: Changing Role of Teacher Teacher is not the only source of knowledge. “You need to earn the respect.” E-learning is here to stay.Bloom's Taxonomy: Bloom's Taxonomy Benjamin S. Bloom (1913 – 1999) - American educational psychologist renowned for educational objectives and the theory of mastery learning.Bloom's Taxonomy contd..: Bloom's Taxonomy contd .. Bloom's Taxonomy contd..: Bloom's Taxonomy contd .. Knowledge Exhibit memory of previously-learned materials by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers Questions like: What are the health benefits of eating apples? Comprehension Demonstrative understanding of facts and ideas by organizing, comparing, translating, interpreting, giving descriptions and stating main ideas Questions like: Compare the health benefits of eating apples vs. oranges. Bloom's Taxonomy contd..: Bloom's Taxonomy contd .. Application Using new knowledge. Solve problems to new situations by applying acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules in a different way Questions like: Which kinds of apples are best for baking a pie, and why? Analysis Examine and break information into parts by identifying motives or causes. Make inferences and find evidence to support generalizations Questions like: List four ways of serving foods made with apples and explain which ones have the highest health benefits.Slide 23: What is Intelligence ?Intelligence: Intelligence Dr. Rajendra Prasad Rabindra Nath Tagore Lata Mangeshkar Sachin Tendulkar Swami Vivekanand M.F. Hussain Vikram Seth Prabhu Deva Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory: Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory Howard Earl Gardner - an American developmental psychologist who is based at Harvard University.Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory contd..: Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory contd..Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory contd..: Math-logical Intelligence: How my students will think more logically & critically? Linguistic Intelligence: How can I make my students use spoken or written language to learn better? Interpersonal Intelligence: How to bring collaborative learning, peer discussions and interactions in class? Intrapersonal Intelligence: How can I provide my students to reflect about the subject? Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory contd..Various Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Chalk – Talk Teacher: lectures and explains. Students: listen and understand. Knowledge Comprehension Math-logicalVarious Teaching Methodologies : Various Teaching Methodologies Seminar Teacher: Explains & demonstrates. Students: Observe & understand. Knowledge Comprehension Math-logical LinguisticVarious Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Brainstorming Teacher: Guides & conducts. Students: Give ideas & participate. Apply Analyze Intrapersonal InterpersonalVarious Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Quiz Teacher: Questions & facilitates. Students: Answer & participate. Knowledge Understanding Linguistic InterpersonalVarious Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Group Discussion Teacher: Monitors & facilitates. Students: Discusses & participate. Apply Analyze Linguistic InterpersonalVarious Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Role Play Teacher: Facilitates & guides. Students: Participate & conducts. Apply Spatial/Visual Linguistic KinestheticVarious Teaching Methodologies: Various Teaching Methodologies Debate Teacher: Facilitates & conducts. Students: Discuss & give ideas. Comprehension Analyze Linguistic InterpersonalConclusion: Conclusion Understand changing role of teacher. Make class more interactive for students. Design session plans or lecture plans keeping Bloom's taxonomy & Gardner's multiple intelligence theory. Use interactive ways of teaching rather than just chalk & talk. Don't forgot curriculum in new ways of teaching.The Beginning: The Beginning Anyone who refuses to be a student, refuses to be a teacher!THANKS TO:: THANKS TO: GOD . The August Assembly including my friends , colleagues & associates for their benign presence. All of my students especially: Prakash . You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.