The teaching methodology is the set of teaching methods, resources and forms that the teacher uses to carry out the development of the programmatic contents that lead the student towards the achievement of meaningful learning.
Currently, in Pakistan is necessary for the country’s educational institutions to develop basic skills in students. Since 2009, the Ministry of Education has proposed this teaching approach in schools.
It is up to the school to train the student in the maturity of their processes so that they build knowledge and transform their socio-cultural reality, solving their own problems and those of society.
In this sense, the teacher represents a very important figure since the responsibility of assuming the challenge falls on him. So you must use pedagogical tools, methodologies and processes that start from the central idea of the students, counting on their participation. Within this context, they must be a guide, guide, motivator and not a transmitter of knowledge.
Apply an active methodology from the moment of motivation. Get students to accept learning with interest and are more willing to learn.
The teaching methodology is the set of teaching methods, resources and forms that the teacher uses to carry out the development of the programmatic contents that lead the student towards the achievement of meaningful learning. Whereas this must be autonomous in their own learning and the teacher only a facilitator of learning processes that promotes the development of competencies, abilities, attitudes and skills.
It is important that it fits each child’s way of learning and responds to all their needs. It must be flexible and undergo continuous review to see if it is adequate for internalizing the learning and skills development objectives.
The basic competences are the conceptualization of “knowing how to do” that is applied to the development of the programmatic contents of the curriculum. They are those abilities and skills that the student must develop during the learning process, in such a way that at the end of the teaching they can achieve their personal fulfillment to function and enter society in a satisfactory way, capable of developing permanent learning throughout life.
I conclude by stating that, with competency-based teaching, the primary level student must develop critical attitudes with analytical judgments that allow them to take a position in the face of the challenges and problems that arise daily.
It is important that teachers take the challenge of preparing them more seriously, in order to avoid the high numbers of school failures that our country faces.