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Traditional VS Modern Methods of Teaching

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Lece Cruz

on 22 October 2012

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Transcript of Traditional VS Modern Methods of Teaching

Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach 1. This Method calls for teacher's monopoly of the teaching learning process. 1. The knowledge he/she has on the subject she teaches is only good until the time he/she graduated from college. He/ she does not strive to update his knowledge since then. Characteristics of Traditional Teachers Characteristics of Innovative Approach 1. free expression and strong views

2. fierce independence

3. emotional and intellectual openness

4. inclusion Characteristics of Today's Learners Traditional and Modern Methods Of Teaching Contents: Traditional Vs Modern Methods of Teaching

Characteristics of Traditional Teacher

Characteristics of Innovative Approach

Characteristics of Today's Learning 1. Allow greater student participation in the activity. Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach 2. Limits the class activity within the four walls of the classroom. 2. Explores different avenues for learning. Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach 3. It opts for conformity, thus expecting each student to come up w/ the predetermined learning results. Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach 6. Stresses the acquisition of knowledge among other things; hence, the instruction becomes subject matter oriented. Traditional Method Vs Modern/Innovative Approach 3. Provides students w/ certain degree of freedom, giving them chance to develop their creativity and resourcefulness. 4. Answer the "what" of learning, thus capitalizing on the use of memory work, question and answer method, etc. 4. Emphasizes the "why" and the "how" of learning, thus encouraging students to do investigatory and explanatory work. 5. Problems seem to be insurmountable causing the teacher to bog down in his teaching. 5. Requires teacher's ingenuity in confronting problems in teaching, involves the students and taps community resources as a solution to these problems. 6. Aims to develop the cognitive, the psychomotor and the effective domains of teaching; hence, instruction is child-centered and multi-faceted. 2. Threats and physical punishment are parts of disciplining her/his students. She/he may also use any of the following keeping a long stick to whip unruly students, pinching them for being unattentive, letting misbehaved students to squat and placing books on their hands, shouting on top of his voice, and other similar acts. 3. Threat students as if they are undergoing rigid military training. They have to sit up straight, minimize movements, talk only when ask.

4. He/she is self-centered, allowing no idea coming from students and no question arising from them either.

5. Opts for conformity, expecting each student to come up with preconceived learning results. 6. Blames his/her teaching inefficiency to a lot of things including his very own students; one thing for sure though is he does not and will never blame himself for it.

7. He/she is subject-centered expecting his students to conform w/ the lesson. 8. He/she lacks creativity and resourcefulness in solving common problems he encounters in his teaching.

9. When he is comfortable w/ one teaching method, he/she will stick to it and will never depart from it like an ever faithful and fanatic movie fan. 2. The teacher could shift from a linear type of learning to a hypermedia learning to consider students that prefer to use on-line services to search a topic instead of laborious learning through pages of book. 3. It is a learning centered education that begins w/ an evaluation of the abilities, learning style social context, and other important factors that affect learning. 4. Students are navigating to learn, they did not just simply answer and analyze but they can synthesize. They engage w/ information sources and other people and then build construct higher level structure and mental images. 5. Teachers of the clan makes learning fun and exciting. It keeps, holds or maintains in the mind of the learners for them to receive and to take into consideratio all the knowledge being imparted. Entertainment has always been a profound part of the learning process. Best teachers are entertainers. 5. inquisitiveness and curiosity

6. a sense of immediacy and urgency

7. acceptance of diversity

8. assertiveness and self-reliance

9. trustworthy 1. Believes in "The Scandal of Education" says Seymour Papert. That every time the teacher teach something she/he deprive a child of the pleasure and benefit of discovery. THE END
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