Use of Participatory Teaching Methods at University and College level is a Need of the Hour
Author(s):
Dr. Shrimant Tangade
Keywords:
Teaching Methods, Participatory Methods, Motivation, Evaluation, Facilitator.
Abstract
The participatory methods used represent an important tool for ensuring the educational process. The selection of appropriate method is determined by the aim of the subject. However, the use of a suitable combination of mutual educational methods should be conditional on the individual needs of students and teachers, social needs and trends. The selection should respond to the current global trends in technical, economic, and educational research and development. The implementation of appropriate method is determined by various factors. It is based on the number of students in a group, their present and desired level of knowledge, skills, motivation to learn functional position. The level of expertise, ability to understand the minds of the students and experience of teachers and spatial capabilities are also important. The main aim of this paper is to demonstrate how it is possible to increase the efficiency and attractiveness of the subject at university using participatory methods.
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Unique Paper ID: 150254

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 7

Page(s): 11 - 14
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