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Teaching & Learning

Our Teaching /Learning Methods

1.Visualization

Bring dual academic  concepts to life with visual  and practical learning experiences, helping students to understand how their schooling applies
in the real-world. Examples include using the interactive   whiteboard to display photos, audio  clips  and  videos,  as well as encouraging your  students to get out of their seats with classroom experiments and local   field trips. 

2.Cooperative learning

Encourage students of mixed abilities to work together by promoting small group or whole class  activities. Through verbally expressing their ideas and responding to others your students will develop their self-confidence, as well as enhance their communication and critical thinking skills which are vital throughoumateria. Solving mathematical puzzles, conducting scientific experiments and acting out short drama sketches are just a few examples of how cooperative learning can be incorporated into classroom lessons.

3. Inquiry-based instruction

Encouraging students to ask questions and investigate their own ideas helps improve their problem-solving skills as well as gain a deeper understanding of academic concepts. Both of which are important

life skills. Inquiries can be science or math-based such as ‘why does my shadow change size?’ or ‘is the sum of two odd numbers always an even number?’. However, they can also be subjective and encourage students to express their unique views, e.g. ‘do poems have to rhyme?’ or ‘should all students wear uniform?’.

4.Technology Based Learning(TBL)

Learning can become more interactive
when technology is used as students can physically engage during lessons as well
as instantly research their ideas, which develops autonomy.

5.Project-Based Learning(PBL)

This  method  is  based  on  teaching  students  the different types of topics that are really useful for them personally and professionally. A teacher has to determine the objectives of learners to work on the cu rriculum. He or she can start with creating polls to find out what knowledge students need.The teacher has to design a project that’ll be the final result of the term or course. After that, students complete individual tasks for reaching the goal. Learner s should totally understand the evaluation criteria, so they know what to do to get the appropriate grade.

       6.Task-Based Learning(TBL):                             It’s one of the innovative teaching techniques that focuses on developing skills and competencies that students need in their every-day life. Teachers should understand the students’ objectives to build up the topics. This technique helps students succeed while completing the tasks they really need.

7. Creative Teaching Learning Approach (CTL Approach): This kind of teaching
methodologies helps to reveal the creative abilities of learners and encourage their creativity.
Teachers should find a way to include creative types of tasks in every common school subject.
It’ll make students want to explore the topic. Educators can use different games or visual
exercises to develop the creative thinking of learners.

8. Brainstorming session: Teachers can divide a class into groups, pairs or involve the
whole class into a discussion of a particular topic. Students feel free to voice their ideas.
Brainstorming learning technique helps to make everyone participate in classroom activities and
find out the solution to different cases together. It can also improve the communicative skills of
students.

9. Self-Learning: Students will only want to explore the topic by themselves if they’re truly
interested in it. A teacher can give learners the freedom to research the topic. A good way to self learning is by using mind maps. An educator can provide learners with the central node and let
them continue creating a mind map using their own ideas. Students communicate with each other
and get a better understanding of the topic.

10. Gamification: Learning through playing is one of the really effective approaches.
Gamification can help the students have fun and study at the same time. It can be used for
students of any age. Educators can create projects or quizzes and provide extra motivation to
encourage students. Competition makes learners perform better.

  1. Experimental Learning: Students learn by doing, so create experiences for them to see the concepts in action. Let them practice the concepts in a safe environment. Then, they should reflect on the experience and discuss what they learned from it. Classroom activities that you could do for experiential learning include fun games, experiments, or simulations.

12.Using VAK: Video, Audio and Kinaesthetic: To really master effective teaching, notice which type your students are. Visual is seeing the material, Audio is hearing the material, and Kinaesthetic is feeling the material.
Meaning, the optimal learning environment is NOT to sit passively waiting for a lecture to end. The IDEAL learning environment is when the student sees, hears, and feels the material themselves. That’s why making animated videos and presentations has become such a popular new medium of effective teaching recently. Animated videos hit the Audio and Visual, and when the student creates one themselves, it hits the Kinaesthetic type too.

  1. Learning by  Using  App/Software:  Using  our  smartphone  or  tablet  to learn from just makes sense. It’s a device that is almost always with  us  which means  we  can  take  our  learning  everywhere  and  there  are  a  metric  ton  of resources to learn what we need to know. Some learning apps are better than others but they all achieve the same goal of helping us to know something wedidn’t previously know. If we  want to fast track our progress and learn about just about anything, here are the best learning apps for Android!  For the example; Geogebra (Math app), MATLAB, Khan Academy, Udemy etc.
  1. Group Work: Incorporating collaborative assignments during class time can be an excellent way to help students develop and practice problem-solving skills, as well as teamwork and collaboration. Working in small groups can help students engage actively with course material.