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COMMUNICATION AND TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS

PRESENTED BY: AMANDEEP KAUR SIDHU MANJARI MUNDANAD

KATHAK MEHTA

INTRODUCTION
Teaching-learning process is the heart of education Teaching and learning are related terms (To teach, is to make someone learn)

Learning can be defined as the relatively permanent


change in an individual's behavior or behavior potential (or capability) as a result of experience or practice Teaching is the purposeful direction and management of the learning process

Teaching and Learning go together!

Learner Is the centre of teaching

Knowledge of the learner and his learning style should be considered

One cannot succeed without the support and success of the other

ASPECTS OF TEACHINGLEARNING PROCESS


(a) Discussion - between the teacher and learner (b) Interaction - between the learner and some aspect of the world defined by the teacher

(c) Adaptation - of the world


by the teacher and action by the learner (d) Reflection - on the learner's performance by both teacher and learner

FIG. ESSENTIAL ASPECTS OF THE IDEAL TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS

FIG. TEACHING - LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

LEARNING THEORIES
Behaviour learning

Social learning theory


Cognitive theories
Expansion of Social learning theory

Distributed learning

Present theories

TEACHING THEORIES
A distinction must be made between theories of learning and theories of teaching. While theories of learning deal with the ways in which an organism learns, theories of teaching deal with the ways in which a person influences a organism to learn (Gage, 1972)

PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING FROM THEORIES OF LEARNING (SUMMARY OF HILGARDS PRINCIPLES)


Principles emphasized in S-R theory Active learner Frequency of repetition Reinforcement Generalization and Discrimination Novelty Drive Conflicts and frustrations

How to do things with words: the discursive dimension of experimental learning in Entrepreneurial mentoring dyads.
Interpersonal Communication by Austin Experiential learning is knowledge that results from combination of grasping and transformation of experience As said by Kalbfleisch Communication is central to initiation, maintenance and repair of mentoring relationships Deep understanding ones own communication style as well as the mentees communication style. High quality teaching-learning process: relatedness, reciprocity, interdependency and mutuality : Reciprocal Altruism Communicational Strategies: Persuasion, Engagement, Criticism, Provocation

EGO STATES
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Reference: Revisiting Ginotts Congruent Communication

TEACHING BY DISCUSSION
Expand you Repertoire of ways to pose questions Begin the discussion with familiar experience and keep it on track Stretch your tolerance of Silence Exercise effective listening skills Facilitate dialogue among participants and foster an inquiry driven community Encourage students to explore their viewpoints

Clarification of thoughts
Linking Technique Individual participation styles

Cross cultural difference in communication

EVIDENCE BASED TEACHING


From the article on the Evidence based perspective the following could be considered: Inclusion of Scientific based methods in management studies. Moving from generalist to specialist

SCHULMANS FRAMEWORK
Novice v/s Expert teachers Framework: Content Knowledge Pedagogical Content Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge

Three Story Intellect

Skill acquisition Making Meaning Transfer and Application

Single Loop

Double Loop

CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES OF MANAGEMENT


Adult Learning: Lifelong learning Not in form of formal education Learning is planned, evaluated and controlled by adults rather than educator or trainer Based on the interests of the learner Learning in the organization and learning beyond the organization and the relation between these two learning

WHEN TEACHING MANAGERS AND LEADERS IN UNIVERSITIES AND CORPORATIONS, WE NEED TO

BE SURE THAT WE ARE TEACHING THE GLOBAL


VALUES THAT WILL SERVE LEADERS WELL IN OUR CONNECTED SOCIETY.