The learning process also involves social and cultural element which is embedded in the interaction between the new technician and the trainer and other team members. This learning process allow the technician learn from, learn with and learn through the trainer. Learning through the trainer allows the technician to acquire the tacit knowledge that the technician cannot learns through textbook, independently or online. It is one of the most powerful type of learning (Connor and Pokora,
1.5 Explain how to overcome barriers to learning in groups The trainer must be aware of the variety of learning styles that may be present in the group at any one time, the trainer must ensure that throughout the deliver each learning style is accommodated for such as – Kinaesthetic, visual and auditory. If appropriate the trainer can ask the group to complete the learning styles diagnosis test before delivery starts. A trainer must also be aware of other learning difficulties that a participant may have such as dyslexia, the trainer should, where possible, know about this before the session so that he/she can prepare correctly. Whilst group sessions are very popular and successful, it may be required to do some one-on-one training. The trainer may already be aware if one-to-one training is required and should plan a session in accordance with the learner’s styles.
They are promoting changes in the working conditions, handling and exchanging of information, teaching-learning approaches and so on. The impact of ICTs is so significant in education, this shows that ICTs are making major differences in the teaching approaches and the ways students are learning. ICTs-enhanced learning atmosphere promotes active, collaborative, creative, integrative and evaluative learning as a great advantage over the traditional method. Finally, the study concludes that despite some limitations and disadvantages of ICTs, it is still believed that ICTs are beneficial because there is a consensus that development of any country depends on the quality of education offered to its citizens. Computer and the internet are especially useful to promote student engagement in learning and positively impact students’ performance and achievement.
New programs being developed help students to learn skills they may use in the future; as well as, help students to find topics they may be interested in for future jobs. “Apprenticeships in IT as well as more females taking up careers in Information Technology and Engineering are also rising trends in the industry, providing a plethora of opportunities to
Besides, learner needs to know what kind of learner they are, whether a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner to ensure that the learning happen effectively. Besides, the role of instructor in this situation also needs to take an important action by knowing the learning styles of the learner. This is because, the role of instructor is to design the materials, activities and learning environment or space for the learner. By creating those elements based on the learner’s learning style, this will encourage them to have better learning experiences. Moreover, if the learner feels comfortable with the instructors approach based on their learning styles led them to have better attention and helps them to have better understand.
The main objective of this training is to give an idea to the employee about the particular work. It is concerned with orienting a new employee to a new environment. 2. On-the-job training: Here, the individual is placed on a regular job and taught the skills necessary to perform that job. The trainee learns under the supervision and guidance of a qualified worker or instructor.
Teachers need to develop a new mindset of teaching through technology which involves a big switch in teacher/student roles. Today’s students have access to far more knowledge than their parents once found in textbooks and on maps. With the click of a mouse, they can access the collective knowledge of all mankind, via the Internet. Teachers and students today need a firm grasp, not only of current technology, but of technologies to come. In schools students already use video and media creating programs for projects which helps develop creativity and problem solving skills.
These topics correspond to those key areas in language teaching permanently subject to detailed scrutiny by researchers in the field, and are all closely intertwined. Innovation cannot be detached from a specific methodological orientation and can only be validated if the evaluation tools are applied in a consistent way. On the other hand, methods and approaches that fail to prompt innovative practices within their didactic framework and do not promote the teacher’s creativity in the classroom and their ability to provide a creative learning environment are unable to keep up with the social, cultural and technological changes directly affecting the learners’ lives. In turn, teacher training plays a pivotal role in fostering a critical awareness of the potential, opportunities and challenges that all these aspects present to the
Teacher trainees should be asked to find out the problems of students they experience during their teaching work in schools and they should be asked to find out the most suitable solution for the same. Teacher trainees belonging to other medium and faculty of Arts should be given more extensive knowledge of pedagogy of education. To increase the competency in teaching of in-service teachers, it is important by education department to arrange orientation programme, seminar, symposium, workshop etc. for
1.The purpose of this research is to investigate whether using technology in the classroom can help students to learn more, effectively and with more depth and whether the teacher can support students more productively therefore enhancing children’s self–esteem and interest whilst increasing results. 2. By linking the more traditional teaching theories and ideologies with the latest computer technology can teachers help students access to learning materials and allow them to work more independently. By using technology, can the appropriate amount of teacher, peer and student feedback be given and will it help make students take more control of their learning? By connecting the both old and new approaches, reaching out to children and engaging them by use of an interactive, digital world from within the classroom, it is possible that good teaching practice can be