Teaching Methodology
(A) Novel methods of teaching adopted

(a) Preparing a lesson plan very effectively which consists of the following components:
  • Course objectives
  • Unit Plan
  • Unit Rationale
  • Session Objectives
  • Session Plan
  • Session Inputs
  • Summary
  • Assignments
  • References
(b) Novel teaching methods are
  • Problem solving
  • Model making
  • Simplification
  • Case study method
(B) Teaching aids / Materials used
(a) Aids
  • Chalk & Talk
  • OHP Projector
  • Power points slide through LCD Projectors
  • Audio – Video visuals
  • Demo models
(b) Methods
  • Field visits
  • Students’ seminars
  • External Expert seminars
  • Quiz
  • Demonstrations
  • Examples
  • Facts
  • Exhibits
  • Analogies
  • Testimonials
  • Statistics
(C) Innovative methods adopted for maximizing pass percentage / producing Distinction and University Ranks

(a) Improving the teaching – learning skills that includes
  • Remembering
  • Understanding
  • Applying
  • Analysing
  • Evaluating
  • Creating
(b) To give coaching to the learners towards
  • writing style specification
  • sentence formation
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Plagiarism etc.
(D) Innovative methods adopted to make the students knowledgeable and employable
  • Presenting complex information clearly
  • To develop flexibility in making complex material simple and understandable
  • Communicate information in an interesting manner
  • To develop emotional contacts
  • To improve the students’ competencies in following aspects
    • Adoptability
    • Communication
    • Change management
    • Stress management
    • Conflict resolution
    • Positive and perfect attitude
    • Result oriented thinking

(E) Innovative methods adopted to maintain students discipline
  • Plan and organize class room presentations
  • Create and maintain positive impression by presenting a pleasant appearance
  • Built positive rapport with the students
  • Communicate ideas and concepts with clarity and force
  • Being a catalyst to inspire the students by motivating a group to take specific action
  • To impart effective teaching and ensure active participation of learners in the classroom, the following methods are used
    • Brainstorming
    • Case Study discussion
    • Demonstration by students’ community itself
    • Games (allow students to participate and discover outcomes by giving a meaning to their experience)
    • Group discussion (verbal exchange of ideals)
    • Impersonation (Imitates the behavior of actions of someone)
    • Mnemonics (Memory enhancing instructional strategy)
    • Puzzle
    • Quiz
    • Role–Play (allow students to adopt different roles to highlight different perspectives of an issue)

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