Teaching learning processTeaching
Definition of teaching;
idon and Hunter
eaching is an interactive process, primarily involving classroom talk, whichtakes place b/n teacher and pupil and occurs during certain definable activities.
oyce and Well-
eaching is a process by which teacher and students create a shared envt includingset of values and beliefs (a agreement about what is improvement)which in turn color their view of reality.
eaching is a form of interpersonal influence aimed at changing the b/r potential of another person.
eaching is the stimulation, guidance, direction and encouragement of learning.
eaching is an intimate contact b/n a more mature personality and less mature onewhich is designed to further the education of the latter.
eaching is an arrangement and manipulation of a situation in which there are gapsand obstructions which an individual will seek to overcome and from which he will learn in the courseof doing so.
eaching is an interaction process. Interaction means participation of both teacherand students and both are benefited by this.
he interaction takes place for achieving desiredobjectives.
eaching is means where by society trains the young in a selected envt asquickly as possible to adjust themselves to the world in which they live.Generally teaching is an interaction b/n a teacher and students under the teachers responsibility inorder to bring about expected b/r changes.
eaching is instructing i.e. to cause a learner to know a subject or to cause to know how to do something, aimed and beyond acquisition of specific task or duty like training.
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