The teachers need to understand the instructional designs and how to apply these. In executing this effectively the learning process should expose the utilization of theoretical frameworks, student centered learning, collaboration, culturally fit (diversity), awareness of different learning styles and reflective practices (Tuitt, 2003, p.251- 253). With this we can be sure that every child can learn every child must learn with inclusive pedagogy through accessibility of
Within the context of your phase, explore a pedagogical strategy and its potential on pupil learning. Pedagogical strategies and approaches used by teachers in the classroom can dictate the learning process. Pedagogy refers to the interactions between teachers, students, and the learning environment and the learning tasks (Murphy 2008). This general definition explains how teachers and students relate to each other as well as the instructional approaches implemented in the classroom. According to Slavin (1996) a variety of pedagogical approaches are common in schools, but some strategies are more effective and appropriate than others.
Chapter- 4: Learning Process After reading this chapter, you should be able to: • Appreciate learning process • The basic concept of learning • Know principles and doctrines of learning • Theories of learning • Learning curve and virtuous learning circle Introduction Learning is a relatively permanent change in behavioural potentiality that occurs as a result of reinforced practice. Learning is indexed by a change in behaviour which must be translated into observable behaviour. After learning, learners are capable of performing something which they could not do earlier. It is neither transitory nor fixed. The change in behaviour need not occur immediately following the learning experience.
I know that the students in my class learned what I need them to learn from my writing lesson. Furthermore, the students learned what was intended and stated in the objectives. I was able to measure the student’s understanding using a rubric, the quality of the student’s writing, and from my small group observations. 2.Were the students productively engaged? How do I know?
Sometimes teacher will provide some challenging question to students, it is because the teacher in learner centered understand each student development progress. Teacher will be able to evaluate each students learning process, and it will help the teacher to scaffold each students to higher level. During the discussion, teacher also be able identify some of the students have learning difficulties, therefore teacher will be able to differentiate and created the better learning level or context to each student, and it can show how the student being support by their teacher. Through their understanding of each
Some researchers suggested that learners learn better if they are more interested about the subject and when they are directly involved in the learning process. In this way, information are easily retained in their mind and later on this information will then process into knowledge for a life- long learning. Project based learning focuses mainly on the performance task. Gone are the days in which the teacher focuses
should be coherent; furthermore, the different topical strands of mathematics are highly interconnected. Last, knowledge of instructional strategies are representations for teaching a concept or topic allows teachers to possess a collection of various explanations, metaphors, analogies, and activities. Similarly, Smith and Neale (1989) characterized pedagogical content knowledge as consisting of four components: knowledge of students’ concepts, including students typical errors and developmental paths; knowledge of strategies for teaching content that enable students to conceptually understand a concept by eliciting students’ preconceptions, asking for clarification and explanation, encouraging debate, and discussion, and clearly presenting
In an increasingly complex world, this is crucial that learners show mastery in the conceptual understanding which is significant in teaching science, thus this become a role in developing scientifically literate person that function in a society where science has a major role and effect on daily lives (Huppert et al., 2002). Technology advancement from computer technology to healthcare to food production to the different industry changed in ways that they should participated. According to some research study, there are questions presented in new technologies that may not answer to the needs of the learners. The students who have experienced in applying scientific inquiry and reasoning to real-world problems in the classroom will have an edge when faced with different types of learning opportunities. With the continuous changing of generation, it is important to identify a desired approach in teaching and learning process, there is a demand in acquiring technologies that will suit the needs of the learners especially when applied in their studies.
Every few years a new way of thinking about pedagogy is thrust upon teachers; ‘the next big thing in learning and development’. Think of Bloom's ‘Taxonomy’, de Bono's ‘Six Thinking Hats’ or Gardner's ‘Multiple Intelligence Approach’. These programs, and others, underpinned many hours of teacher training and development. This latest ‘big thing’ to catch the attention of educators, Productive Pedagogy, is not really all that new. It is a further refinement and repackaging of previous practices that have been successful.
1. Consider your strengths in general and refer to the group you had this year. First of all, I think that it is very important to establish a very good rapport with your students for successful learning classroom environment. So I tried to build a good rapport with them and I think I made it. Considering the groups I had this year, I was really patient in dealing with the students.