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Transcript of Teaching Methods
What about retention of knowledge??
All learners will:
Evaluate four teaching methods and their purpose
Apply Minton Matrix of control to teaching methods
Create a lesson plan following Constructivist Theory
TEACHING OTHERS/ IMMEDIATE USE
Teach Others/Immediate Use
Task: In pairs discuss and decide upon student retention rates (%) for each of the teaching methods listed
Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience
Synthesise ways in which strategies and resources may be used in creative ways to motivate learners.
Evaluate the principles and practices of managing learning and development in groups.
Select teaching strategies and resources which can be used to motivate learners.
Describe and evaluate the principles and practices of managing learning and development in groups.
Many teachers say that Active Learning would be great if they had the time.
It may seem strange not to ‘tell’ the learners everything you know about a subject, but your expectations are too high and you know too much!
Do less, and let the learners doing more.
Learners create their own diagrammatic representation of what they are learning (Scaffolding/ Constructivism).
In Practical sessions and certainly during 1:1 support and demonstrations the coaching formula should always be used.
Spot the mistake
Identify and agree a solution
Demonstrate and Q&A in a closed environment
Allow them to practice the solution in the closed environment
Allow them to ‘Go Live’ until the completion of the task
Observe the learner showing corrected practice/ technique
People construct their own understanding and knowledge of the world, through using their own experiences or knowledge.
Constructivism engages with our need to make sense of the world around us.
Understanding (based on what we already know to be true)
Recall (it is what we already know that stops us from learning)
The acquisition of new knowledge (fitting it like a jigsaw onto the existing piece of knowledge)
Learning always builds upon knowledge that a student already knows; this prior knowledge is called a ‘schema’.
Learning is more effective when a student is actively engaged in the learning process rather than attempting to receive knowledge passively.
Most constructivist methods rely on some form of guided discovery where the teacher avoids direct instruction and attempts to lead the student to discover the new knowledge.
Tell them what you are going to teach them
Tell them what you taught them
Lesson Planning – 3 part lessons
Task: In small groups evaluate 4 teaching methods, with reference to Dale's Cone of experience and your own professional experience.
Discuss: How do planning stratergies, resources and creativity motivate learners?
TEACHING METHODS - 15.12.15