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Publisher:Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd.
Published In:2001
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.10 lbs
Pages:pp. ix + 397, Illus., Index

The Title "Principles, Methods and Techniques of Teaching 2nd Revised Edition" is written by J.C. Aggarwal. This book was published in the year 2001. The ISBN number 8125910565|9788125910565 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book also comes in Hardback . The book displayed here is a 2nd Revised Edition edition. This book has total of pp. ix + 397 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd.. We have about 1780 other great books from this publisher. Principles, Methods and Techniques of Teaching 2nd Revised Edition is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

This Book... attempts to make a comprehensive and critical exposition of all the facets of teaching. It evaluates the comparative soundness of the Principles, Methods, Techniques and Devices of Teaching. The chief accent of the Book is on helping teachers to teach better. The objective is strictly utilitarian and is designed to serve as a reliable guide to the work in the classroom. The book also offers practical suggestions for making the teaching-learning process effective, inspirational and interesting. It incorporates the approaches recommended by eminent educational philosophers and practitioners. A detailed survey of the valuable teaching practices followed in India and abroad also find an important place in the book.

About the Author

J.C. Aggarwal started his career as a lecturer in a Teacher's Training College in 1954 and thereafter worked at different positions in the Delhi Administration. He retired as Deputy Director of Education/Executive Director of Delhi Bureau of Textbooks. He has authored, singly/jointly more than 150 books on Education, History and Current Affairs. His recent publications include-Essentials of Educational Psychology; Teaching of Social Studies : A Practical Approach; Teaching of Commerce : A practical Approach; Essentials of Educational Technology; Teacher and Education in a Developing Society; Education Policy in India 1992 : Retrospect and Prospect; Learning without Burden : An Analysis; Vedas for the Young; Dunkel Proposals; Teaching of History : A Practical Approach; Teaching of Civics; Theory and Principles of Education; Development and Planning of Modern Education; Landmarks in the History of Modern Indian Education ; School Administration; Educational Administration : Management and Supervision; Economic Reforms in India; Seven Indian Educationists; Documents on Secondary Education; Essentials of Examination System : Evaluation, Test and Measurement, etc.


Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
1. Pioneers in Education and Teaching
i. Significance, Definition, Meaning, Forms and Characteristics of Education
ii. Education and Auxiliary Terms
iii. The Genesis of Modern Teaching and its Pioneers
iv. Significant Trends in Modern Education and Teaching Review Problems and Questions

2. Teaching and Its Fundamental Basis
i. Teaching and Education
ii. Definition, Meaning, Nature, Characteristics and Functions of Teaching
iii. Marks and Quality of Good Teaching
iv. A to Z of Effective Teaching
v. Seven Wonders and Challenges of Teaching
vi. Analysis of the Concept of Teaching
vii. Modern and Traditional Teaching Technology

3. Anatomy or Structure of Teaching
i. Structure of Teaching
ii. Phases and Stages of Teaching

4. Learning and Motivation
i. Meaning, Principal Characteristics, Elements and Implications of Learning
ii. Learning Process and Classroom Learning Factors
iii. Motivation and Motivational Techniques in Learning

5. Teaching-Learning Process
i. Significance and Meaning of the Teaching-Learning Process
ii. Important Aspects of the Teaching-Learning Process
iii. Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
iv. Teaching-Learning and Improvement
v. Teaching Operations and Learning Operations
vi. Traditional Teaching-Learning Process and Modern Teaching-Learning Process

6. Principles and Maxims of Teaching
i. Child-Centred Approach to Teaching
ii. Psychological Principles of Teaching
iii. General Principles of Teaching

7. Methods of Teaching
i. Significance, Need and Meaning of Dynamic and Progressive Methods of Teaching
ii. Objective Methods of Teaching
iii. Great Educationists on Dynamic and Progressive Methods of Teaching
iv. Traditional, Dynamic and Progressive Methods of Teaching
v. Facilitating Factors of Dynamic and Progressive Methods
vi. Seven Fold Division of Methods
vii. Teaching and Learning in the Outdoors

8. Devices and Techniques of Teaching
i. Meaning and Significance of Devices of Teaching
ii. Assignments (including Home Work). Devices, Demonstration, Description, Discussion, Dramatization, Evaluation, Explanation, Exposition, Lecturing, Narration, Note Dictation, Observation, Questioning, Source Material, Story Telling, Study Habits, Supervised Study, Teacher's Diary, Textbooks.

9. Fixing Devices in Teaching
i. Importance and Nature of Fixing Devices
ii. Drill
iii. Review or Revision
iv. Questioning and Answering

10. Audio-Visual Aids in Education
i. Terminology, Significance, Characteristics, Principles and Classification
ii. Cone of Experience
iii. Description of Different Aids

11. Mass Media and Technological Media in Education
i. Overview of Mass Media and Technological Media in Education
ii. Radio's School Broadcasting Programmes
iii. Educational Television (ETV) or Instructional Television (ITV)
iv. Films in Education
v. Press as a Medium of Education

12. Play Way in Education
i. Origin, Definition, Meaning and Principles of Play-way
ii. Application of Play-way Attitude
iii. Play-way Spirit and Teaching of Various Subjects
iv. Play-way and Soft Pedagogy

13. Kindergarten Method
i. Founder of the Kindergarten
ii. Froebel's Philosophy of Education
iii. Froebel's Educational Principles
iv. Kindergarten and its Working
v. Froebel's Influence on Modern Education

14. Montessori Method
i. Founder of the Montessori Method
ii. Educational Principles Underlying Montessori's Philosophy
iii. Working of the Montessori Method
iv. Kindergarten Versus Montessori Method

15. The Project Method
i. Meaning and Definition of the Method
ii. Main Principles of the Project Method
iii. Essentials of A Good Project
iv. Various Steps in a Project
v. Evaluation of the Project Method
vi. Normal Classroom Teaching, the Teacher and the Project Method
vii. Illustrations of Projects

16. Problem Solving Method (Including Deductive and Inductive Methods)
i. Significance of Problem Solving
ii. Meaning and Definition of Problem Solving
iii. Essential Features of a Problem
iv. Steps in Problem Solving
v. Teacher's Role in Problem Solving
vi. Evaluation of the Problem Solving Method
vii. Inductive and Deductive Approaches/Methods

17. Dalton Plan and Heuristic Method
i. Origin of the Dalton Plan
ii. Chief Features of the Dalton Plan
iii. Principles Underlying the Dalton Plan
iv. Role of the Teacher in the Dalton Plan
v. Evaluation of the Dalton Plan
vi. The Heuristic Method

18. Basic Education
i. Basic Education and Gandhiji's Philosophy
ii. Main Features of the Basic System of Education
iii. Evaluation of Basic Education
iv. Concluding Observations : Future of Basic Education

19. Programmed Instruction/Programmed Learning
i. Programmed Learning as Technological Revolution in Education
ii. Definition, Meaning, Characteristics and Programmed Development
iii. Illustrative Programmes in School Subjects
iv. Evaluation of Programmed Learning
v. Types of Programming and their Working
vi. Programmed Instruction and Traditional Method
vii. Role of the Teacher in Programming
viii. Programmed Learning Approach in Normal Classroom Teaching
ix. Application of Programmed Instruction in India

20. Micro-Teaching
i. Significance, Meaning and Definition of Micro-Teaching
ii. Micro-Teaching at Work
iii. Phases, Activities and Components of Micro-Teaching
iv. Steps in Micro-Teaching
v. Evaluation of Micro-Teaching

21. Curriculum
i. Meaning, Functions, Principles and Issues Involved in Curriculum Construction
ii. Organisation of the Curriculum : Subject-Centred and Experienced-Centred Curriculum
iii. Curriculum and Syllabi
iv. Curriculum Reforms and National Policy on Education
v. Curriculum at the Secondary Stage
vi. Curriculum at the Senior Secondary Stage
vii. Framing of the Curriculum

22. Lesson Planning and Different Types of Lessons
i. Meaning, Significance, Questions Involved and Essentials of Lesson Planning
ii. Approaches to Lesson Planning
iii. Knowledge Lesson and Herbartian Approach
iv. Gloverian Approach
v. Skill Lesson
vi. Appreciation Lesson
vii. Teaching Competencies and Skills Needed or Effective Lessons
viii. Checklist for Evaluation of a Lesson
ix. Guidelines for Pupil Teachers

23. Examinations and Evaluation
i. Significance, Functions, Limitations and Suggestions Regarding Examinations
ii. Objective Type or New Type Tests and Comparison with Essay Type Examinations
iii. Evaluation : Purposes and Devices

24. Diverse Issues
i. Application and Expression Work
ii. Classroom Teaching, Individual Teaching and Group Teaching
iii. Computers in Education
iv. Language Laboratory
v. Quiz as a Device in Teaching-learning
vi. Simulated Teaching
vii. Socialized Classroom Techniques
viii. Teaching/Instructional Strategies
ix. Teaching Machines
x. Team Teaching
xi. Unit Approach or Unit Method of Teaching

25. Effective Teaching and Educational Practices at a Glance
i. A Supportive Classroom Climate
ii. Achievement Expectations
iii. Advance Organizers
iv. The Teaching of Learning Strategies
v. Mastery Learning
vi. Opportunity to Learn
vii. Curricular Alignment
viii. Coherent Content
ix. Establishing Learning Orientations
x. Thoughtful Discourse
xi. Co-operative Learning
xii. Scaffolding Students' Task Engagement
xiii. Aligned Time on Task
xiv. Strategy Teaching
xv. Direct Teaching
xvi. Adaptive Education
xvii. Practice and Application Activities
xviii. Tutoring
xix. Home Work
xx. Graded Home Work
xxi. Goal Oriented Assessment
xxii. School/Home Communication