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Learning skills prof satya 2019

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Learning skills prof satya 2019

  1. 1. COLLEGE IS THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE  It is time to be involved in everything your college or university will have to offer.  College is a time when: The “cool kids” disappear and There is no such thing as “un-cool”…. You are an adult…!!
  2. 2. COLLEGE IS POWER A C O L L E G E E D U C A T I O N O P E N S D O O R S T O S E T C A R E E R G O A L S A N D S U C C E S S
  3. 3. COLLEGE IS A PASSPORT TO THE FUTURE Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. – Malcolm X 17
  4. 4. Student Responsibility
  5. 5. High School College "teacher-supported” “ student-directed” Teachers: *Summarize main ideas *Outline notes *Provide study guides *Formulate questions. Successful students: *Use effective reading skills *Take notes and study them *Create their own study guides and references *Create questions and answers.
  6. 6. LEARNING
  7. 7. D R . V . S A T H Y A N A R A Y A N A N M . B . B . S . , M . D . , A C M E P R O F E S S O R O F P H A R M A C O L O G Y S R M M C H & R C , K A T T A N K U L A T H U R , C H E N N A I , I N D I A LEARNING PEDOGOGY AND ITS ROLE IN LEARNING SKILLS
  8. 8. SPECIFIC LEARNING OBJECTIVE  FC 4.13 Comprehend the learning pedagogy and its role in learning skills
  9. 9. An OED Definition of Learning • To acquire knowledge of a subject or a skill through education or experience, • To gain information about somebody or something, or • To memorize something, for example facts, a poem, or music. Shift from “recall” to “use” Simon (1996)
  10. 10. What is learning?  “Learning is …. A way of interacting with the world  is about conceptual change, not just the acquisition of information” (Biggs, 2002)
  11. 11. NEEDS OF A LEARNER
  12. 12. Maslow’s hierarchy of learning needs (1943).
  13. 13. How will you get there… …if you don’t know where you are going ? Learning to Learn
  14. 14. HOW DO WE LEARN ?
  15. 15. Learning through the Senses The eye’s have it!
  16. 16. Learners retain…… of what they read of what they hear of what they see of what they see & hear of what they say as they talk of what they say as they do a thing 10% 20% 90% 70% 50% 30%
  17. 17. Method & Recall
  18. 18. DOMAINS OF LEARNING
  19. 19. • Beyond Memorization • Bloom’s Taxonomy (1956) Levels of Understanding
  20. 20. What are Learning Styles? Information enters your brain three main ways: sight, hearing and touch, which one you use the most is called your Learning Style  Visual Learners learn by sight  Auditory Learners learn by hearing  Tactile Learners (kinesthetic) learn by touch
  21. 21. Learning Styles—an Overview  Visual – 40% of population.  Auditory – 30% of population.  Kinesthetic – 30% of population.  NOTE: 100% of population uses a combination of all three styles listed above. Most often one type is dominant.
  22. 22. Visual Learners  Prefer to see information such as pictures, diagrams, cartoons, demonstrations  Picture words and concepts they hear as images  Easily distracted in lecture with no visual aids  Overwhelmed with intense visuals accompanied by lecture  Benefit from using charts, maps, notes, and flash cards when studying
  23. 23. Auditory Learners  Prefer to hear information spoken  Can absorb a lecture with little effort  May not need careful notes to learn.  Often avoid eye contact in order to concentrate  May read aloud to themselves  Like background music when they study
  24. 24. Tactile or Kinesthetic Learners  Prefer touch as their primary mode for taking in information  In traditional lecture situations, they should write out important facts  Create study sheets connected to vivid examples  Role-playing can help them learn and remember important ideas Okay, I get it now.
  25. 25. Extraversion/Introversion (Social Orientation)  Extroverts  Like talking with others and taking action.  Prefer active learning and group projects.  Introverts  Prefer to have others do the talking.  Prefer lectures and structured tasks.
  26. 26. Thinking/Feeling (Decision Making)  Thinkers  Like to take an objective approach and emphasize logic and analysis in their decisions.  Prefer objective feedback, and thrive when there is pressure to succeed.  Feelers  Prefer emotion to logic.  Give greater weight to the impact of relationships in their decisions.  Prefer positive feedback and individual recognition.
  27. 27. Judging/Perceiving (Achieving Goals)  Judgers  Prefer clearly defined strategies to achieve goals.  May jump to closure too quickly.  Prefer orderliness, structure, and deadlines.  Perceivers  Like to consider all sides to a problem and may be at some risk for not completing their work.  Prefer spontaneity and flexibility. My mind is made up! Don’t confuse me with facts. Let’s think this through
  28. 28. Discovering Your Own Learning Style Take a Learning Styles test….
  29. 29. Using Knowledge of Your Learning Style Knowing your learning style, bothyour strengths and your weaknesses, can help you studymore effectively.
  30. 30. Remember! No matter what your Learning Style is it’s very important to-  Be involved in class – participate!  Link classroom experience to the outside world  Relate class concepts to your own life.  Ask questions and offer criticism.  Stimulate further relevant discussion.  Don’t get distracted – stay “on-task”  Keep an open mind: there are many ideas beyond your own.
  31. 31. What IS “Pedagogy ” ?  Def: the art, science or profession of teaching  Also may be defined as the exploration of effective teaching and learning strategies
  32. 32. PEDAGOGY vs ANDRAGOGY  Pedagogy is the science and art of education  Andragogy is the antonym of pedagogy.  In pedagogy, the concern is with transmitting the content,  while in andragogy, the concern is with facilitating the acquisition of the content.
  33. 33. Adult Learners… • learn best when they feel a “need to know” • learn best in a non-threatening & flexible learning environment • have life experiences & skills to draw upon • require a variety of teaching methods to meet learning needs • respond to learning when they feel acknowledged & respected
  34. 34. The Brain as a Dynamic Organ • Learning Changes Physical Structure of the Brain • Synapse Addition, Experience, and Environment • Structural Changes Alter Functional Organization • Learning Literally Involves “Re-Wiring the Brain” • “Novices” and “Experts” How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School NRC (2000)
  35. 35. Attention Listening understanding FOR BETTER LEARNING…
  36. 36. ATTENTION
  37. 37. What is Active Learning? Time of class (min) 10 20 30 40 60 %Retained 50 100 50 0 lecture active learning From: McKeachie, Teaching tips: Strategies, research and theory for for college and university teachers, Houghton-Mifflin (1998)
  38. 38. What is Active Learning? students solve problems, answer questions, formulate questions of their own, discuss, explain, debate, or brainstorm during class Active Learning Problem- Based Learning Cooperative Learning Learn By Doing Inquiry-based learning
  39. 39. What is the purpose?  Increase student participation  Increase student engagement  Increase student retention  More student ownership in course  Less lecturing by instructor  More exciting classroom experience  Higher level thinking
  40. 40. Active Techniques  Think-pair-share (pair-share)  Role playing, simulations  Muddiest point/clearest point  Group quizzing  Generate lists  Cooperative learning  Minute papers and writing assignments  PBL and case studies  Concept maps
  41. 41. Conditions for learning  Clear objectives: expressed as learning outcomes;  Students feel a need to achieve those objectives;  Motivation: a PRODUCT of good teaching;  Students engage with the material;  Students can work collaboratively in dialogue with others;  Students receive positive feedback.
  42. 42. THANK YOU…
  • mohitmathur13

    Nov. 26, 2019

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