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TEACHER’S COMPETENCIES S.G.ISAVE Assistant Professor, Tilak College of Education Pune. India.

History :

History Greece China India Egypt

History :

History Socrates Aristotle Pestalozzi Herbert Rousseau John dewy

History :

History 1685 – first teacher training institute at Remis- France. ‘Institute of Brothers of Christian School’ By St. John Baptist De La Salle.

Teaching Competencies:

Teaching Competencies


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 To make learning -- - simple, - interesting, - active.

Dr. Edger Dale:

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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Teacher should be able to develop and to use variety of teaching aids….

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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 Maintenance Optimum utilization Records Security


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 material interaction 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

Integration of competencies is essential:

Integration of competencies is essential

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“Thank you for giving your precious attention………!” - S.G.Isave

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