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TEACHING STYLES GRASHA'S 5 TEACHING STYLES

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Ader Tolentino

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of TEACHING STYLES GRASHA'S 5 TEACHING STYLES

Expert
Possesses knowledge and expertise that students need. Strives to maintain status as an expert among students by displaying detailed knowledge and by challenging students to enhance their competence. Concernedwith transmitting information and insuring that students are well prepared
Personal Model/Demonstrator
Believes in "teaching by personal example" and establishes a prototype for how to think and behave. Oversees, guides, and directs by showing how to do things, and encouraging students to observe and then to emulate the instructor's approach.
Facilitator
Emphasizes the personal nature of teacher-student interactions. Guides and directs students by askingquestions, exploring options, suggesting alternatives, and encouraging them to develop criteria to make informedchoices. Overall goal is to develop in students the capacity for independent action, initiative, and responsibility.Works with students on projects in a consultative fashion and tries to provide as much support andencouragement as possible
Formal Authority
Possesses status among students because of knowledge and role as a faculty member.Concerned with providing positive and negative feedback, establishing learning goals, expectations, and rules ofconduct for students. Concerned with the correct, acceptable, and standard ways to do things and with providingstudents with the structure they need to learn
Delegator
Concerned with developing students' capacity to function in an autonomous fashion. Students workindependently on projects or as part of autonomous teams. The teacher is available at the request of students as aresource person
TEACHING STYLES GRASHA'S 5 TEACHING STYLES
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