Learning AND THE learners (SMART PEDAGOGYDirective strategy
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Smart pedagogy is the teaching and learning implemented in smart schools all over the country.
What is Smart Pedagogy?
An idea first generated in the year 1996
One of the seven flagship applications of Multimedia Super Corridor
Conceptualized in 1997
Appropriate mix of learning strategies Encouragement of learning activities to promote creativity and experimentation Students-centered learning activities Allows individual differences in learning styles
Characteristics of Smart Pedagogy
body and soul of the child is involved in the learning process.
Learning becomes more interesting. Basic skills for the future and greater challenges
Benefits of Smart Pedagogy
. and meaningful The mind. motivating. stimulating.
Elements of Smart Pedagogy
Inquiry/Outsid e Context Learning Sttrategies
and direct instruction.
.Drill. practice. mastery learning.
using cohesive markers and etc. pronunciation. listening and writing
examples: listening for gist.
Focus On Basic Skills
Focuses on reading. speaking.
Teacher As Learning Model
the teacher has to lay down rules and procedures for learning activities the teacher must also manage a classroom environment
the teacher gives new input to the students as much as he can
Teacher acts as a role model
audio – video facilities. email and groupware Computer laboratory – let the students to use the facilities provided by the school
Demonstration Of ICT Skills
Teacher uses multimedia courseware and classroom facilities: computers.
needed practice. and feedback individualized remediation and enrichment.
is an individualized instructional method that uses a structured curriculum divided into small sets of knowledge and skills to be learned
ensures that most students will reach mastery level because learning time is flexible and each student receives targeted instruction.
and successful completion of all objectives by all students. originally developed by Bloom (1976. structured time with the content.
Appropriate instruction and time are two key parts of mastery learning. diagnostic / prescriptive teaching .
Teachers diagnose the abilities of students and then prescribe appropriate individualized instructional activities. cited by Burden & Byrd) emphasizes flexible.
. Mastery learning.
The teacher presents information and skills according to the pattern. requires extensive and careful teacher planning. Alternative assignments and activities must be available or be developed by the teacher to meet individual students’ needs
. and provide extra enrichment for those who master the material quickly. organization. help students overcome difficulties through guidance and additional instruction or practice. inform the students of the progress. determine regularly how well each student is progressing. and diagnostic testing.
Orientation teacher activates students’ relevant prior knowledge experiences and help them to connect it to the new knowledge they will gain from the lesson
2. Presentation teacher identify a specific strategy for students Use a graphic organiser as part of modeling Teacher check frequently for understanding of all students and provide immediate corrective feedback when needed Verbal and visual explanation
Five stages for a teacher to scaffold instruction 1.
Structured practice Teacher begins the process of handing over to student the strategy or concept they have modeled. Teacher using new but related materials Students apply the knowledge learned 4.
3. Guided practice Help students move toward independence Teacher gives students increasing responsibility for applying a strategy/concept to more new material Teacher use structured response techniques
5. Independent practice Students independently practice work with a strategy/concept. applying their new knowledge in unfamiliar situations Students complete academically tasks on their own Teacher still monitor
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