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Authoritarian vs Non-authoritarian Teaching Philosophies
Transcript of Authoritarian vs Non-authoritarian Teaching Philosophies
Is characterized by the following:
Often viewed as a dictatorship
Teaching comes with a lot of rules
Students usually have no in class projects or engaging hands-on activities
Students have to sit and listen without the opportunity to engage in scholarly discussions
Students experience lack of motivation
Teachers who follow this method of teaching are characterized as being too strict and not likable
Teacher does not allow the students to express themselves during a lesson
Teaching Models Associated with Authoritative Philosophies
Lesson Based Learning
Students have to sit quietly while the teacher stands in front of the class delivering the lesson.
Very little, if any, teacher/ student interaction
Students tune out
Non- authoritarian Teaching
Is characterized by:
being learner centered
Teachers teach the content in engaging ways
do not focus on minor classroom things, but instead focus on teaching and the success of the students
are more encouraging
Students are allowed to do group work and have class discussions
are encouraged to be creative and ask questions
Teaching Models Associated with Non-Authoritative Philosophies
- belief that students should learn by doing
Project Based Learning
- students become problem solvers
- all work together for a goal
- teacher acts as facilitator