Ancient aspects of teaching
Before discussing the ancient and modern aspects of teaching, it is essential to understand that learning is a natural process. Every human being keeps trying to discover and learn something new due to his natural curiosity. This sense of curiosity is most prevalent in children. Therefore, in the case of young children. It is very simple and easy, like a natural process. However, when children grow up, it becomes challenging to teach them something. Learning in schools can be made easier and closer to nature only when education in schools is based on children’s life experiences.
Features of standard teaching
Alton Lee outlined some of the features of standardized teaching in 2003, including focusing on student achievement and influencing student learning.
Modern aspects of teaching
Long ago, the Russian psychologist LS Vogotsky influenced the understanding of the development of teaching and learning around the world. In contrast, many researchers from different nations have explained the concept of teaching in their own way. Much of the work focused on Khar and the teaching methods that take place in the community. After this, it has become a recognized fact that children can be taught vocabulary skills before entering school.
These skills are taught through goal-oriented activities in the day-to-day affairs of home life. According to modern teaching concepts, children need family and friends’ help to teach them things they cannot learn alone.
According to Vygotsky, better teaching is possible only when it stimulates the aspects of life that are part of the stages of maturity and are found in the zone of proxy mill development. Is. Students can be assisted in many ways when it comes to performance.
Innovative teaching aids
Patterning or modelling that is, presenting an attitude or role to imitate the teacher. Patternation provides information to the students and helps to memorize the form. This can greatly improve student performance
Providing feedback, i.e., informing students about their performance, provides an opportunity to standardize performance and correct their mistakes.
Management of incentives, i.e., application of the principle of punishment by the teacher. Through this process of punishment, it is possible to eliminate uncertainty in the teaching process. It discourages negative attitudes and promotes positive attitudes.
Guidance means directing the teacher to perform specific tasks; assigning the correct response helps direct. It clarifies information and promotes decision-making.
Arranging classroom activities thematically during teaching also improves students’ ability to learn. Many teaching methods such as lectures, practical demonstrations, participatory learning activities, and reading from textbooks also help in the learning process.