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CURRICULUM AND METHODS OF TEACHING

CURRICULUM AND METHODS OF TEACHING

H.S. SRIVASTAVA

Year : 2021 impression

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xii+332, reprint edition

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About the Book

Curriculum and Methods of Teaching has teachers and teacher educators as its main target groups, and all of them are likely to find it a dependable and a faithful armpit companion.
The fundamental concepts covered in Section I lay the foundation, for the theory and practice of teaching and learning, Section II, attempts to supplement the conventional methods of teaching with unconventional strategies and Section III, focuses on approaches for consolidation and internalisation of learning in different subjects. These are aimed at the realisation of the targets of pupil growth in the Cognitive, Affective and Psycho-motor sectors of personality.
As a bold attempt at translating theories into practice and imparting concrete shape to nebulous abstractions, the book paves the way for gratifying success of all its clients.

 

About Author

Prof. H.S. Srivastava is a living educational luminary who as a student of Dr. Benjamin S. Bloom carries his stamp and legacy.
Working in the areas of Curriculum, Evaluation and Talent Search, as Head of the Department and Dean at NCERT, he has made valuable contributions both nationally and internationally, witnessing his ideas implemented in his own lifetime.
He has been a UNESCO consultant at IIEP Paris and at UIE, Hamburg and a Professor at IDS, Brighton and University of Shanghai, Shanghai.
Prof. Srivastava is the author of numerous books and monographs. Some main of these are Examination Reforms in India (UNESCO, Paris 1979); Challenges in Educational Evaluation (Vikas, New Delhi 1989), Examination Manual (S. Chand, 2000); Manual for Schools (S. Chand 2002).
Prof. Srivastava has also been decorated by the Government of France with the title of 'Chevalier dans I'Ordre Palmes Acedemiques which is the French equivalent of the British Knighthood Sir.


Contents

Preface

PART I OUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

Education for the Twenty First Century (UNESCO Report-Learning the Treasure Within)
From the Local Community to A World Society
From Social Cohesion to Democratic Participation
From Economic Growth to Human Development
The Four Cornerstones of Education
Life-long Education
From Basic Education to University
Teachers in Search of New Perspectives
Choices for Education: The Political Factor

The Perspectives of Indian Education
The Change
The Changed Purpose of Education
New Directions in the Content of Education
Curriculum Transaction
Learning Materials and Aids
Evaluation of Student Growth
Globalisation of Indian Education
Let Us Continue To Be Givers
National Goals
Aims of Education

The Theory and Principles of Learning
A Macro Overview
Principles of Learning
Motivation in Learning
Maturation and Learning
Conditioned Learning
Trial and Error
Insightful Learning
Learning by Imitation
Remembering and Forgetting
Transfer of Training
Optimising Learning

Curriculum: The Foundation of Teaching and Learning
Introduction
Basic Considerations
Derivation and Statement of Objectives
CAP Classification of Educational Objectives
Pupil Growth
Identification of the Courses of Study
Developing Curriculum for the Different Courses
Developing Curriculum Materials
Developing Evaluation Procedures and Materials
Curriculum Implementation
Curriculum Evaluation
Conclusion

Theoretical Paradigms of Educational Objectives
The Purpose of Objectives
A Snag in the Classification of Objective
The Eight-year Study Model
Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
Objectives of the Cognitive Domain (Blooms Model)
Objectives of the Affective Domain-Krathwohls Model
Objectives of the Psycho-motor Domain (Daves Model)
Interrelationship of Different Domains of Objectives
The Authors Contribution to the Taxonomies

The Practical Dimensions of Educational Objectives
The Sources of Educational Objectives
The Levels of Educational Objectives
The Statements of Educational Objectives
The Definition of Objectives

Managing Student Groups
Characteristics of Student Groups
Desired Characteristics of Teachers
The Responsibility of the Institution
Maintaining Discipline
Rewards and Punishments
Mock Parliaments and Courts
Conclusion

Enriched Teaching for Improved Learning
The Fundamental Foundation
Principles of Objective-Based Instruction
Methods of Teaching
Planning Enriched Objective-based Instruction
Nature and Purpose of Instructional Material
A Suggestive Format of a Teaching Unit
Conclusion
Objective-based Instruction

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
Historical Overview
Dimensions of the Scheme
Operational Strategy
Salient Features of the Scheme
Evaluating Growth in Co-Scholastic Areas
Assessment in Scholastic Areas
Assessment of Health Status
Format of a CCE Certificate

Preparing Questions of Different Forms
Characteristics of Good Questions
Forms of Objective-Based Questions
Preparing Long Answer or Essay Type Questions
Preparing Short Answer Type Questions
Preparing Very Short Answer Type Questions
Preparing Objective Type (Multiple Choice) Questions

Setting Balanced Question Papers and Unit Tests
The Backdrop
Shortcomings of Traditional Question Papers and their Remediation
Steps of the Action Plan

Methods of Grading Pupil Performance
Emergence of the IDEA of Grading in India
Why Grading?
Grading and Concept of Pass and Fail and Award of Divisions
Methods of Awarding Grades
Grading in School Situations

Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness
The Need
Scope of Evaluation of Educational Practices
Purpose of Evaluating Educational Practices
Procedure of Evaluating Educational Practices
PREP Index and its Derivation
Use of Evaluation Data
Conclusion
Methodology of Evaluating Educational Practices (Graphical Presentation of steps)


PART II TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING

Some Conventional Teaching Techniques
Introduction
The Lecture Method
The Discussion Method
Demonstration
Observation
Problem-Solving Method
The Herbartian Steps
The Project Method
The Laboratory Method
Programmed Instruction
Assignments and Work at Home
Educational Aids (Supporting Teaching Material)
Edgar Dales Cone of Experience
Educational Field Trips and Excursions
Exhibitions

Some Unconventional Approaches to Teaching and Learning
Emancipation from Formal Education
Think-Tank Sessions
Seminars
Panel Discussions
Symposium
Library Research
Photo Language Session
Surveys
Participatory/Group/Team Learning
Action Research


PART III TEACHING OF SPECIFIC SUBJECTS

Teaching of the First Language
The Genesis of the First Language
Instructional Objectives of First Language and their Specifications
Approaches to the Teaching of First Language
Teaching of the Second Language
The Significant Significance of Second Language
Objectives of Teaching the Second Language

Teaching of Second Language
Teaching of Mathematics
Place of Mathematics in School Curriculum
Objectives of Teaching Mathematics at the Elementary Stage
Instructional Objectives of Mathematics at the Secondary and Senior Secondary Stages (Class IX and XII)
Methods of Teaching Mathematics at Different Stages
Senior Secondary Stage

Teaching of Environmental Studies
Concept of Environmental Studies
Content of Environmental Studies
Objectives of Teaching Environmental Studies
Objectives of Environmental Studies
Methods of Teaching Environmental Studies
Evaluation in Environmental Studies

Teaching of Social Studies
Place of Social Sciences in the School Curriculum
The Concept of Social Studies
Objectives of Teaching Social Studies
Methods of Teaching Social Studies

Teaching of History
The Genesis of History
Instructional Objectives of History
Methods of Teaching History

Teaching of Geography
The Concept and Scope of Geography
History of Geography
Instructional Objectives of Geography
Methods of Teaching Geography

Teaching of Civics/Citizenship Education
The Nature of Civics
The Spectrum of Courses in Civics
Instructional Objective of Civics
Methods of Teaching Civics
Practical Activities as the Soul of Civics Teaching

Teaching of Economics
The Importance of Economics
Instructional Objectives of Economics
Methods of Teaching Economics

Teaching of Integrated Science
The Nature and Scope of Integrated Science
Nature and Characteristics of Science
Correlational and Exact Sciences
Concept and Place of Science and Technology in School Curriculum
Methods of Teaching Integrated Science at Different Stages

Teaching of Physics
The Concept of Physics
Instructional Objectives of Physics
Methods of Teaching Physics

Teaching of Chemistry
The Concept of Chemistry
Instructional Objectives of Chemistry
The Focus in the Teaching of Chemistry
Methods of Teaching Chemistry

Teaching of Biology
The Nature of Biology
Instructional Objectives of Biology
Methods of Teaching Biology
The Focal Points in Teaching of Biology
Realising the Objectives of Teaching Biology
Ensuring Effective Communication of Subject-Matter
Use Appropriate Illustrations Appropriately

Teaching of Home Science
The Scope of Home Science
Instructional Objectives of Home Science
Methods of Teaching Home Science

Teaching of Art
Art in Life and in Education
Instructional Objectives of Drawing and Painting
Methods of Art Education

Teaching of Computer Science
Instructional Objectives of Computer Science
An Illustrative Outline of a Course on Computer Education
and Information Technology for the Secondary Stage
Methods of Teaching Computer Science

Using Questions for Teaching
Introduction
Some Examples

Methods of Teaching at the Senior Secondary Stage
National Curriculum Framework
National Curriculum Framework
Instructional Strategies at the Senior Secondary Stage

References
Index
 

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