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Title      : BEd CC-04 Technology of Teaching
Subject      : B.Ed General
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 36/457
Total Price      : Rs.      : 343
 
 
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Concept of Technology and Technology of Teaching Total views (343)  
Technology has yielded many new machines, materials and media which have great potentiality for use in education. A judicious use of these together with new functions and roles of education personnel can bring about more efficient and effective learning. Technology has provided us with a method of storing information in a short space and its quick and efficient retrieval as and when necessary.
Pages: 9
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System-An Introduction Total views (343)  
System, as "an aggregation or assemblage of objects united by some form of regular interaction or inter dependence; a group of diverse units so combined by nature or art as to form an integrated whole which function.
Pages: 6
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Systems Approach and Systems Analysis Total views (340)  
The term systems approach came into existence in World War II. The idea of scientific approach to decision-making also emerged thereafter. During Second World War II, a team of scientists worked systematically for Great Britain and America to solve the problems faced by first Nazi bombings. Later this approach was introduced to industry and expanded to other non-military government agencies.
Pages: 8
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Instructional System Total views (337)  
The word 'instruction' is explained in number of ways. So call it as guidelines given in a home regarding its working and some others take it as the directions given by an army commander to his subordinates. With reference the education instruction means all the experiences that organized in such a way that which brings expected learning among the students.
Pages: 6
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Analysis of Course Context Total views (337)  
The steps in planning course includes more than one topic and covers wider period involving weeks or months. Essentially, courses are to be designed to enable the students to achieve components. The competencies must be related to vocation or specific intellectual skill, attitudinal, or value oriented goals. One should 'analyse' such competencies or goals rather than just depend on textbooks cour ......
Pages: 7
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Analysis of Unit Content Total views (338)  
The curriculum of the formal education has specific function to do that is arranging content. So that desired goals and objectives are most effectively achieved. The main task curriculum development is to determine what to teach, from the growing knowledge in the subject area and then organize it into logical sequences to serve all learners.
Pages: 7
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Aims and Objectives of Education Total views (337)  
Education is necessary for every human being and survival of the society. What is it that the education should be trying to do? What are its goals, aims and objectives? Without determining the aims of education it is not possible to plan the curriculum and the methods of imparting the education. Goals / aims are defined in very general, broad and abstract terms expressing noblest aspirations of m ......
Pages: 11
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Instructional Objectives Total views (336)  
Instructional objectives are statements of specific outcomes of instruction that intends to bring out desired behavior or performance among the students. They are related to goals but their specificity is needed to plan and evaluate instruction.
Pages: 8
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Classification of Instructional Objectives-I Total views (337)  
One of the most useful guides in identifying and defining instructional objectives is Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. The taxonomy provides a classification of educational objectives which is similar to classification scheme used for plants and animals. Taxonomy means the analysis of instructional objectives in terms of specific and precise teaching outcome or learning appropriate to classroo ......
Pages: 10
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Classification of Instructional Objectives-II Total views (338)  
The cognitive domain includes those objectives that emphasize intellectual outcomes, such as knowledge, understanding, thinking skills etc. Affective domain includes those objectives which emphasize emotion and feeling such as interests, attitudes, appreciation, adjustments.
Pages: 10
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Writing Instructional Objectives Total views (338)  
After studying this unit, you will be able to state the criteria of a well stated instructional objective and state the guidelines for writing instructional of knowledge, comprehension, application, skills etc. They will also be able to state the guidelines for writing instructional objectives for unit and write instructional objectives for lesson.
Pages: 9
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Analysis and Classification of Well Stated Instructional Objectives Total views (342)  
Objectives may be classified in variety of ways. The classification of objectives in a particular group emphasizes the dominance of objectives in that group. When stating specific instructional objectives the teachers must focus on the terminal behavior of students. This terminal behavior gives the idea to the teacher whether the stated objective was grouped under knowledge, understanding, skill ......
Pages: 5
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Planning for Teaching Total views (340)  
Planning is required in every activity, be it finance, education, defense, population, or industry etc. Without planning it is not possible to achieve our objectives in life, or any activity. Planning is the back bone of every human activity. Likewise school administration these are broader terms but we shall restrict our selves the meaning to teaching - learning process.
Pages: 8
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Programme Work/Year Plan Total views (341)  
Effective planning for the teacher makes his teaching more effective and also we have discussed about types of planning teacher can plan his work for the whole year. The meaning of year plan and its need and importance of the study are furnished in this unit along with the format used for the year plan. In the present chapter, we shall discuss about the "year plan" or the 'long range plan' for the ......
Pages: 8
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Unit Plan Total views (341)  
Good teaching does not just happen. It requires adequate and extensive planning so that the objectives, the specifications, teaching methods and evaluation procedure could be planned systematically. There are a number of types of planning. The unit plan also requires systematic approaches. The unit planning is likely to ensure more integrated, meaningful learning experience to the students. Uni ......
Pages: 12
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Lesson Plan Total views (341)  
Detailed planning of one lesson is called lesson planning which is the basic unit of planning for teaching, on which the success of teaching depends. A good lesson plan is a guide to the teacher. It is the outline in detail the various steps the teacher purposes to take in his class. In general a lesson plan indicates the aims to be realized by teaching a lesson, the methods to be employed and act ......
Pages: 9
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Resource Unit Total views (342)  
The resource unit is a reservoir out of which the teacher works cooperatively with the students from whom he may draw helpful suggestions for developing a learning unit in a classroom. Thus it is developed in advance of the day-to-day works of the classroom.
Pages: 9
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Planning for Teaching in the Indian Context Total views (342)  
Planning for a diverse group of students is not only a desirable skill for a new teacher but essential one because; there is diversity among the students. Naturally there are many other problems and constraints of teaching.
Pages: 8
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Teaching Strategy- An Introduction Total views (341)  
Teaching is a noble profession, and here we deal with students. You know that, child's mind is not like clay or wax, where you can mould it in to any type of sculpture or doll or idols that you want. In each and every moment, knowingly or unknowingly, the child will be interacting with the environment. This definitely will result in behavioral change. But you also know that, a teacher wants the d ......
Pages: 19
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Approaches to Teaching-1 Total views (337)  
Teaching approaches are classified into four categories, like, Teacher Centered, Learner Centered, Activity centered and Subject Approach; and here the classification was based on the interaction between either teacher and the classification was based on the interaction between either learners. This is a very broader type of classification. There is one more type of classification, which specific ......
Pages: 20
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Approaches to Teaching-2 Total views (336)  
Generalization means any statement of relationship which is of broad applicability. It includes theories, principles, laws, rules, inferences and even some times definitions if they express broad relationships. Generalizations are derived from unifying themes which in turn are made up of facts and concepts. Facts are the basic units. They are isolated pieces of information.
Pages: 17
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Methods of Teaching Total views (336)  
Lecture method is one of the popular methods of teaching. It may be because of its simplicity and less responsibility compared to other methods. Any common understanding about lecturing will be that, it is an oral discourse by a teacher resulting in the learning by the students. But we also know that the main purpose of the lecture is to teach and not just standing before a large group to speak- ......
Pages: 34
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Assignments Total views (354)  
Assignments or what is called Home Works is one of the integral parts in teaching learning process. Sometimes these will appear as the last part in a teaching session, but they cannot be considered as the least part. It is because of their significance! If the assignments are of monotonous type, then, they will lose their significance. Usually assignments are done without teacher's supervision. I ......
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5   
 
Designing a Teaching Strategy Total views (336)  
The term "Teaching Strategy" has originated from military science. So, it is a plan deliberately prepared to fight and defeat an enemy. In the field of education, "Ignorance" is our enemy. Hence here a teacher has to plan more deliberately to fight this "invisible enemy" For this you, as a would be teacher should know some of the theoretical aspects of constructing such teaching strategies.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   
 
Textbook as an Instructional Aid Total views (335)  
A textbook is considered as a synonym to syllabus. In any school system, you will come across three to four types of textbooks. That is to say, all the languages - whether it is first language, second language or third language will have their own specific textbooks. The students are supposed to study three languages through the three respective textbooks.
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5   
 
Other Instructional Aids Total views (335)  
A work book is a printed device, which is produced as a supportive material for the already established textbook. This implies that, it exactly follows the textbook information. Most of the time a work book is used as an instrument for evaluation. At its best appearance, a work book can become an academic record, a summerisation of learning, an exercise in organisation, a medium for self -expressi ......
Pages: 26
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Improvised Learning Aids Total views (338)  
After studying this Unit students will be able to explain the meaning of "Improvised Learning Aids",justify the need for developing skills in preparing Improvised Learning Aids and list out the merits and demerits of Improvised Aids.
Pages: 10
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Technology Dependent Instructional Aids Total views (337)  
Instructional aids are broadly classified into two types as, Technology dependent instructional aids and Instructional aids that do not depend upon technology in general and projectors in particular. So, Overhead projectors, slide projectors, and TV are obviously,technology dependent instructional aids.
Pages: 14
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Computers as Instructional Aids Total views (325)  
The quality of education is always determined by an efficient and effective set of learning outcomes. To achieve this goal the teaching process in general has undergone tremendous modifications. Here the quality of learning has become more important than the quantity of learning. It is more important to know how much a student has learnt than how many have learnt. This implies that, a teacher mus ......
Pages: 17
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Co-curricular Activities as Instructional Aids Total views (315)  
'Co-curricular activities', as the term itself suggests, are associated activities, accompanied with the regular curricular activities. This implies that Co-curricular activities are not one and the same as the curriculum, but are essential and integral part of it.
Pages: 11
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Monitoring the Progress Total views (316)  
Monitoring the progress is the utmost important aspect in an educational system. The term 'monitoring' refers to 'controlling' of the progress. Here the progress is an obvious resultant of teaching - learning interactions. Hence monitoring progress means, it is the controlling functions of the teacher on the process of teaching - learning. For this, teaching - learning process will have to be mana ......
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Follow up of Monitoring Total views (318)  
Follow-up activities are the most essential and integral part of monitoring the progress. These are the continued programme to check the effectiveness of the already established programme. For example, a teacher has taken an extra effort to help them in learning effectively or in overcoming their learning disabilities or learning difficulties. This has to be or ought to be followed by a follow-up ......
Pages: 17
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Diagnoses- Introduction Total views (317)  
'Diagnosis' is the term that belongs to the field of medicine. There doctors diagnose the diseases based on the symptoms. They give the medical prescription, a course of treatment based on the diagnosis. The same term "diagnosis' is also utilized in the field of education with a different context.
Pages: 11
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Diagnostic Testing-1 Total views (315)  
Basically diagnostic tests are of paper-pencil (pen) type tests that could be of one of the achievement tests. The process of diagnosis is a phased activity in which a teacher not only checks the achievement of student but also aims at the total improvement in the student's personality.
Pages: 10
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Diagnostic Testing - 2 Total views (314)  
In the recent days diagnostic tests are occupying a dominant role than any other form of evaluation. Definitely this speaks about its significance. The quality improvement and the diagnostic tests are inseparable, integral parts, - according to the new demand set by the society, now a days. You might have noticed that, the school system has been changed from annual examination pattern to trimester ......
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 16.5   
 
Remediation Total views (316)  
The analogy expressed between the teaching profession and the profession of medicine, is known to you. So as the doctors prescribe the medicines based on the symptoms, the teacher gives the curricular treatment by means of remediation. This unit especially deals with different varieties of remedial measures and also their respective significance.
Pages: 17
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