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Title: Teaching Methods


1
Teaching Methods
  • EDU 412/413

2
Lecture
  • STRENGTHS
  • factual material presented in a direct, logical
    manner
  • expertise can inspire
  • stimulates thinking to open discussion
  • useful for large groups
  • LIMITATIONS
  • experts are not always good teachers
  • audience remains passive
  • learning is difficult to assess
  • one way communication

3
Lecture with Discussion
  • STRENGTHS
  • audience is involved, at least after the lecture
  • audience can question, clarify challenge
  • LIMITATIONS
  • discussion is limited by time constraints
  • teaching quality depends on the quality of
    questions and discussion

4
Panel of Experts
  • STRENGTHS
  • allows expertise from different opinions
  • can provoke better discussion than a one person
    lecture
  • frequent change of speaker keeps students
    attention
  • LIMITATIONS
  • experts may not be good speakers
  • personalities may overshadow content
  • content may not be presented in logical order

5
Brainstorming
  • STRENGTHS
  • allows for creative thinking and new ideas
  • encourages full participation because all ideas
    equally recorded
  • draws on everyones knowledge and experience
  • congeniality reigns
  • one idea can spark other ideas
  • LIMITATIONS
  • can be unfocused
  • needs to be limited
  • 5 - 7 minutes
  • people may have difficulty getting away from what
    is known
  • if not facilitated well, criticism may occur

6
Videotapes
  • STRENGTHS
  • entertaining way of presenting content and
    raising issues
  • keep group's attention
  • looks professional
  • stimulates discussion
  • LIMITATIONS
  • can raise too many issues to foster a focused
    discussion
  • discussion may not have full participation
  • only as effective as ensuing discussion

7
Class Discussion
  • STRENGTHS
  • pools ideas and experiences from full group
  • effective after a presentation, film or
    experience that needs to be analyzed
  • allows everyone to participate in an active
    process
  • LIMITATIONS
  • not practical with more that 20 people
  • can be dominated by a few people
  • others may not participate at all
  • time consuming
  • can get off focus

8
Small Group Discussion
  • STRENGTHS
  • allows participation of everyone
  • people often more comfortable in small groups
  • can reach group consensus
  • LIMITATIONS
  • needs careful thought to determine the groups
    purpose
  • group can get side tracked

9
Case Studies
  • STRENGTHS
  • develops critical thinking, analytic and problem
    solving skills
  • allows for exploration of solutions for complex
    issues
  • students can apply new knowledge and skills
  • LIMITATIONS
  • people may not see relevance to own experience
  • insufficient information can lead to
    inappropriate results

10
Role Playing
  • STRENGTHS
  • introduces problem situation dramatically
  • provides opportunity for multiple perspectives
    people assume varied roles
  • allows for exploration of solutions
  • provides opportunity to practice skills
  • LIMITATIONS
  • people may be too self-conscious for dramatic
    skits
  • not appropriate for large groups
  • people may feel threatened by roles

11
Report-Back Sessions
  • STRENGTHS
  • allows for large group discussion of role plays,
    case studies, and small group exercise
  • reflection on experience
  • each group takes responsibility for its task
  • LIMITATIONS
  • can be repetitive if each small group says the
    same thing

12
Worksheets / Surveys
  • STRENGTHS
  • allows people to think for themselves without
    being influenced by others
  • students are active in their learning
  • easy assessment
  • LIMITATIONS
  • can be used only for short period of time

13
Guest Speaker
  • STRENGTHS
  • personalizes topic
  • immediate expertise
  • breaks down audience's stereotypes
  • LIMITATIONS
  • may not be a good speaker
  • costly
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