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Result Oriented Teaching

Muhammad Masaud Asdaque


Abdul Ghaffar Tahir
Agenda
 Objective
 ROCI
 Teacher
 Education & Training
 Needs of learner
 New Taxonomy
Objective
 qualities and skills in students
,which To enable each teacher to
achieve success not only in
academic and competitive
examination but also to develop
those would ensure a ground
successful.
 After joining ’your school’ a
student start working in your
guidance his/her whole personality
will change dynamically and
he/she will feel himself/herself
altogether a different person with
all the basic ingredient of success
deeply embedded in his/her mind.
Result Oriented cycle of Inquiry
(ROCI)
 We implement a research based
strategic and learning called the
Result Oriented cycle of Inquiry
ROCI
Adjust Goal Set Goal

reflect plan

Collect Data act


T E A C H E R
Trainer
Enthusiastic
Achiever
Confidant
Honest
Evaluator
Reader
A good teacher
is kind tells you how you are doing
is generous allows you to have you say
listen to you doesn’t give up on you
encourages you cares for your opinion
has faith in you makes you feel cleaver
keep confidences treats people equally
likes teaching children stands up for you
likes teaching their subject makes happy
takes time to explain things tells the truth
helps you when you’re stuck is forgiving
Appreciate mutual feedback makes confident
7 teaching skills
1. High expectation
2. Planning
3. Methods and strategies
4. Pupil management, discipline
5. Time and resource management
6. Assessment
7. Homework
Phase of Teacher
 The mediocre teacher tells.
 The good teacher explains.
 The superior teacher
demonstrates.
 The great teacher inspires.

William Arthur ward


Education and Training
 Education focuses on broader objectives
where as training has more narrowly defined
objectives
 Education open up career opportunities
where as training helps improve job
performance
 Education mostly deals with cognitive where
as training concentrates skill
Objective of Education
Successful person

Life skill Educational skill Social skill

Cleanliness
Thinking Greeting
Creativities Reading Thanks
Communication Writing Punctuality
Information gathering mathematically Tolerance
empathy Forgiveness
Importance of Education
 Without education and training
individuals have higher chance of
living in poverty and higher of
unemployment
New trend in Education &
Training
 Education is a life long process
 Whole society is a learning society
 Education is for development
Some Educationist’s views
 Education is what remains, when
what has been learned has been
forgotten
B F Skinner
 Educating the mind without
educating the heart is no
education at all
Aristotle
 A good education should leave
much to be desired
Alan Gregg
Needs of learner
 Cognitive Development
 Linguistics Development
 Psychomotor Development
 Moral/Affective Development
Bloom’s Taxonomy of
Education(1956)

 Cognitive Domain
 Affective Domain
 Psychomotor Domain
Cognitive Domain (Bloom, 1956)

 Knowledge
 Comprehension
 Application
 Analysis
 Synthesis
 Evaluation
Knowledge Remembering
Comprehension Understanding
Application Applying
Analysis Analyzing
Synthesis Creativity
Evaluation Evaluating
Affective Domain
(krathowhl,1964)

 Receiving
 Responding
 Valuing
 Organization
 Value Complex
Psychomotor Domain
(simpson,1972)

 Perception
 Set
 Guided Response
 Mechanism
 Complex Overt Response
 Adaptation
 Origination
Learning
 The Best learning happens in real
life with real problems & real
people and not in classroom
 Charles Handy
 Live as if you were to die
tomorrow, learn as if you were to
live forever.
M K Ganadhi
New taxonomy
SOLO Taxonomy

Structure of
Observed
Learning
Outcome
Level of SOLO
 Pre-Structure
 Uni-Structure
 Multi-Structure
 Relational
 Extendable
Purposes Of SOLO
 100% course cover
 Discourage selective study
 Discourage Rote learning
Uni-Structure Question
items
 Completion items
 Multiple choice items
 Short answer items
Uni-Structure Question
(examples)

 Quaid-e-Azam was born---------


 SI Unit of length is
A. Meter
B. Kilometer
C. Mile
D. Feet
Uni-Structure Answer
 Identify one thing
 To give one fact
 A single name
Multi-Structure Question
 Completion items
 Multiple choice items
 Short answer items
Multi-Structure Question
(examples)

 Point (-6,-8) lies in


 1st quadrant
 2nd quadrant
 3rd quadrant
 4th quadrant
Relational Question
 Multiple choice items
 Short answer items
 Subjective type items
Relational Question (examples)

 Daily routine of life


 I get up early in morning. I say my
prayer and recite a half chapter of
Holy Quran. I take my breakfast. At 7
:45 I go to school.
B O O K
Built in

Orderly
Organized

Knowledge
T E A M
Together

Each one

to Achieve
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