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GOPINATH
TRAINING OFFICER

POT INTRODUCTION

The success of training depends on

recruitment of competent personnel as trainers.

First course for pedagogical training was

conducted for 21 days under the supervision of


British experts.
The

serious inadequancy of this short training

necessity to urgently modify the scheme and to

* Four more institutes for craft instructors


training programme were also
established at Chennai, Hyderabad,
Kanpur & Ludhiana.
* Fifth at New delhi exclusively for
women craft instructor training
programme was also established. Later
named this one as national vocational
training institute for women (NVTI)

Choice of profession is a very vital step in ones


career.

PROFESSION
It is a way of life choosen for earning our livelihood.
Eg: Doctor, Engineer, Lawyer, Teacher, etc.
Teaching Profession is divided into two ways,
(a) Teaching
(b) Instructing

Instructing

Teaching

Teaching is helping

It includes teaching & doing .

it includes both knowledge &


skill.

or guiding others to
learn and acquire

shows how to do, along with

knowledge.

Also leads to
the proper path of
learning.

Instructor tells what to do,

reasons & why to do.

Instructors imparts (06) Ws


+ (01) Hs. ( What, Why, Who,
Which, When + Where & How)

This is where the instructor goes


one step beyond or ahead of the
teacher.

Learning to be a good teacher


takes years of training &
experience and there is no
substitute for this experience.

PRINCIPLES

OF TEACHING
TRAINING METHODOLOGY
TRAINING PEDOGOGY

oThe study of POT will provide you grooming &

training to him.
oEvery person who intends to be a good teacher

or instructor.
oEvery one have certain inborn qualities.
oQualities can be acquired by proper systematic

training & grooming through experience.


oA well trained and experienced teacher is an

asset to the students as well as the institution

To develop the skills


To provide training
To promote a sense of
responsibilty
To understand ones deficiencies
To equip as an instructor
To promoting the appreciation
To develop types of test items

Developing the skills required to


analyse the trade syllabus, planning and
organising trade training in practical
skills and related instructions.

Providing training in the methods of


applications of instruction (pedagogical
knowledge) for effective learning of trade
skills together with techniques of
evaluating the work of trainees.

Promoting a sense of responsibility for

the proper upkeep of the equipment, tools,


machineries and other materials entrusted
to the care of the instructor and the ability
to maintain and operate the system of
record keeping in practice.

Understanding ones deficiencies in the

trade area (both practical & theoretical)


and over coming their shortcomings so
that full technological competance is
achieved.

Equipping the instructor with advanced


knowledge and skills of modern workshop
administration and management.

Promoting the appreciation for the


need to keep abreast with current
developments both technical and
pedogogical knowledge and skills.

Developing types of test items and


question banking.

- AROUSE INTEREST

N - NEEDS OF THE PARTICIPANT

- TITLE

- RANGE (DEPTH OF THE TOPIC) (STATE HOW

FAR)

O - OBJECTIVE

C CONTENT (STRUCTURED)

O ORDER / SEQUENCE

V VISUAL AIDS

E EYE CONTACT

R - REINFORCE

PEDAGOGY

Pedagogy is the art and


science of teaching children.

Andragogy is the art and science

of helping adults to learn.

It is an organized and sustained

effort to assist adults to learn in a


way that enhances their capability
to function as self directed learners.

PEDAGOGY

ANDRAGOGY

Teaching children

Helping adults to lear

Transmission of
knowledge what
& why

Knowledge and skill,


what, why, how,
when & where

Transmitting what
is known
Trainer centered

Discovering what is
unknown
Learner centered

PEDAGOGY

ANDRAGOGY

Passive
(Inactive)

Active

Dependence

Independence

Behave in a
few ways
Erratic shallow
interests

Capable of behaving in
many ways

Deeper and stronge


interests