Guiding Principles in the Selection and Use of Teaching Strategies

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  1. 1. University of Santo Tomas College of Education Mini-Symposium Series PerformanceTask in Principles ofTeaching with the theme: Guiding Principles in the Selection and Use of Teaching Strategies September 07, 2012 8:00 9:00 a.m. Room 321 Albertus Magnus Building
  2. 2. Guiding Principles: Learning is an active process. The more senses that are involved in learning, the more and the better the learning. A non-threatening atmosphere enhances learning. Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  3. 3. Learning is an active process. Be actively engaged in the learning process. Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  4. 4. Learning as an active process. NOBODY can LEARN for us. Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  5. 5. As future teachers: We must actively engage the learners in learning activities. Give our students opportunities to participate in classroom activities. Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  6. 6. Learning by teaching others Learning by doing Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
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  8. 8. The more senses that are involved in learning, the more and the better the learning. Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  9. 9. The more senses that are involved in learning, the more and the better the learning. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Sight Hearing Touch Taste Smell The Contribution of the Senses to Learning 75% 13% 6% 3% 3% (Source: PhilipT.Torres, Learning Excellence,Training System Associates, Inc., 1994 p.9) Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  10. 10. Humans are intensely visual animals.The eyes contain nearly 70 percent of the bodys receptors and send millions of signals along the optic nerves to the visual processing centers of the brain We take in more information visually rather than through any of the other senses (Wolfe, 2001) Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  11. 11. Visual aids Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  12. 12. A non-threatening atmosphere enhances learning. Physical condition of the classroom Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  13. 13. Psychological climate prevails in the classroom Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  14. 14. How can we contribute to the creation of a positive classroom atmosphere? To cultivate a culture of respect Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  15. 15. Believe in our students capacity Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  16. 16. Make our students feel they belong to a community of learners Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  17. 17. Building comfort into learning is essential if we expect students to respond positively and constructively to their education. -Harvey F. Silver Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
  18. 18. Encourage collaboration and cooperation and less competition Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
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  20. 20. Give allowance for mistakes Prepared by: Gonzales, Ma. Irene Gabriel
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