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APPROCHES TO

TEACHING
BY: JOSE MARI BALBON ACABAL
TEACHING APPROACH

Set of principles, beliefs, or ideas


about the nature of learning
which is translated in the
classroom
PROCESS APPROACH
 Anapproach which provides students with an
abundance of projects, activities, and instructional
designs that allow them to make decisions and solve
problems.
 Students
get a sense that learning is much more than
the commission of facts to memory.
PROCESS APPROACH
 Implies
that students can manipulate, decide, solve,
predict, and structure the knowledge in ways that are
meaningful to them.
 When teachers and parents provide opportunities for
students to actively process information, then learning
becomes more child-centered. This results in attitudes,
perceptions, and beliefs that the natural world can be
actively explored and personally investigated – and that
the environment, both near and far, is full of incredible
learning possibilities…along with a whole lot of fun!
EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING

Process of making meaning from direct


experience.
Process of acquiring skills, knowledge and
understanding through experience rather
than through formal education or training.
EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING

This process of learning involves the student


in his/her learning to a much greater degree
than in traditional(pedagogical) learning
environments.
It addresses the needs and wants of the
learner and is seen to be equivalent to
personal change and growth.
INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
 Integrated learning incorporates multiple subjects,
which are usually taught separately, in an
interdisciplinary method of teaching.
 The integrated approach is one in which learners
learn by doing in a learner centered environment
in learner-interest contexts.
 The goal is to help pupils remain engaged and
draw from multiple sets of skills, experiences and
sources of aid and accelerate the learning
process
INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
 Learning through an integrated studies
approach is enhanced when studies are
actively engaged in meaningful and relative
topics.
 Learners construct and produce knowledge by
solving problems, conducting inquiry, engaging
in reflection and building a repertoire of
effective strategies.
INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
 Integrated studies help pupils to become life long
learners and allows efficient coverage and
delivery of curriculum in terms of expertise,
resources and time.
 It allows students to engage in purposeful,
relevant learning.
 It encourages students to see the
interconnectedness and interrelationships
between the curriculum areas.
INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
 Students are able to use their prior experiences to
construct learning.
 Because integrated units are child-centered,
they provide opportunities for cross-cultural
sharing.
 Opportunities for students to display competence
are given rather than relying on a written or oral
test.