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TEACHING-LEARNING APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES IN PEACE EDUCATI
Transcript of TEACHING-LEARNING APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES IN PEACE EDUCATI
TEACHING-LEARNING APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES IN PEACE EDUCATION
Focus of learning is the transmission of concepts
Promote cognitive, affective and behavioral goals of learning
Allows learners to inquire, share and collaborate
Allows learners to engage in dialogue with the teacher or with their co-learners.
Teacher acts more as a facilitator rather than an authority figure.
Giving opportunities for participants to work together and learn, rather than compete with each other.
Improves relation among students; challenges individualism.
Lessen divisiveness and feelings of prejudice.
Reverse feelings of alienation and isolation.
Promote more positive attitude.
Learning through didactic means but through the processing of one’s experience from activities initiated in the classroom.
Build ideas and form their own concepts from the experience or activity they went through.
Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow
Emphasizes the social, personal and affective growth of the learners.
Individuals are accepted for what they are.
Develop the notions of the self to promote a sense of self-esteem.
Emphatic and Affirming
Encourage sensitivity to diversity in the classroom care.
Respect for each other.
CONSIDERING POSITION/ISSUE POLL
READING OR WRITING QUOTATION
USE OF FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHS
TELLING A STORIES, INCLUDING PERSONAL STORIES
JOURNAL WRITING/ INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION
USE OF GLOBES AND MAPS
USE OF CHARTS AND GRAPHS
SHOW AND TELL
Thank You :)
Prof. Celso Tagadiad
Donessa Mae Portes
Building of awareness
Building of concern and development
Call to action