Quality Teaching & Learning


How does Create Quality Teaching & Learning


The teacher will be able to:

  • Understand the nature of quality teaching and learning and its ingredients, and to able to develop quality teaching resources.
  • The quality teaching and learning means to periodically showing students what they can do and what they need to learn. Tell students about the results of the unit High quality Teaching is about daily interactions in the classroom and the different pedagogical approaches used to engage, motivate and challenge students` learning. It’s about how teachers use assessment and feedback to identify gaps and help students progress in their learning. Or the activity is planned to be accomplished. Help students find out how they learn best.
  • Quality teaching and learning are about the values and roles adopted by the teacher to have strong impact on student`s learning and achievement.
  • Learning is a process and it takes time for children to learn. Teachers should create a safe and discreet learning environment where all children can learn. It requires instructional activities and strategies for the active participation of all students in the learning process. It requires teachers to keep up with the efforts of children and know their achievements. It is also the teacher’s responsibility to address student misbehavior during the learning process using timely and positive strategies. These teaching and learning resources are designed to help you be a good teacher.
  • Much of the teaching in our classes is done in a traditional monologue fashion. The children sat quietly in the desks in the classroom, the teacher made the whole discussion, and the students listened passively to the teacher. They only speak when asked and do as they are told. Studies have proven that when students are taught this way, they gain very little knowledge (about 5%). Studies also show that students’ learning improves when their active participation is secured.
  • In traditional classrooms, most students’ ability to learn is limited to copying what is written on the board, and they cannot actively process information through thought, comparison, and analysis. Because of this limited mental ability, students lose interest in learning. Another reason is that teachers do not change their teaching style according to the needs of the subject.
  • Students’ interest and active participation in learning can be increased by using various interactive activities in the classroom. Activities like these also allow students to create their own knowledge. When planning this activity, the teacher should ensure the participation of all students.
  • Research shows that:
  • Students learn and protect more when they are asked to do more than just learn information.
  • Students learn more by energetically partaking in perceiving, talking, writing, listening, thinking, drawing and doing during classroom activities. .
  • Learning increases when a student uses his knowledge to benefit him and others.
  • Children’s learning styles vary and teachers should plan activities and strategies accordingly.
  • To get knowledge about learning styles can help teachers plan lessons, assignments, and activities.
  • Quality teaching involves:
  • Quality teaching enables students to:
  • Learn in enjoyable way
  • Learn what they think is important (motivational factors)
  • Understand what they have learned:
  • Use what they have learned:
  • The use of teaching tools, techniques, and strategies to enhance the quality of learning.
  • And understanding of how students learn, how they process information, what motivates them to learn more, and what impedes the learning process.
  • Generating active learning situations where students are aggressively contributing and engaged with the material.
  • The use of different instructional strategies for the development of skills, values and psychological health.
  • Ingredients of Quality Teaching & Learning:
  • Making Lesson Plan Interactive: for making lesson interactive to prepare the effective lesson plan then, ask questions, encourage students to questions, engage students in individual, pair, or small-group discussion
  • Activity base teaching:
  • Discussion: discussion is an outstanding way to involve learners in thinking and examining and defending an issue regarding to quality of learning.. Students respond to one another better than interacting only with the teacher.
  • Interactive Demonstration: Interactive demonstrations develop an environment of fun and demonstration in classroom stimulates students` interest and curiosity.
  • Role play: In role play students learn by acting and observing. Some students act out a scenario and others watch and then discuss on it.
  • Cooperative Learning: In cooperative learning students work together in small groups. During this group work, students cooperate with each other. It maximizes their learning and they get the learning objectives through interactive dialogues.
  • Inquiry –based teaching:It enables the student to frame questions, gather information, analyze it and draw conclusion.
  • Active participation of the students in the classroom activities such as;
  • Reading and interactive writing,
  • Team work and discussions,
  • Peer work and assessment,
  • Student-led exercise solving,
  • Physical demonstration by students,
  • Any hands on work
  • Examination to be held for assesses the learning of the students. These assessments are a reflection of teaching in the classroom.





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