150 teaching methods and its development

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Developing 150 teaching methods in education today varied, each has advantages and disadvantages. The education activists can not favor one method of teaching and underestimate the other methods, such as learning and teaching methods to each other mutual support and can be used in appropriate circumstances.

In reality there is no method of teaching that can stand alone, but in practice, a teacher must be good and careful look at the situation and condition of pupils, the environment and character of the subject matter he teaches, so carefully and precisely he will use the learning method that can achieve the goals of learning effectively and efficiently.

Keep your students interested and engaged in the lesson by making them interactive is not an easy job, but need a workable tricks. While the class will be a little noisy and may even seem irregular, if you do not know how to manage teaching techniques. One of the steps you must take is to use the appropriate method. If you carefully select one or more than 150 teaching methods, you will see a better participation in class. In addition, students can discover that learning is more fun than they previously thought.

      Here are 150 teaching methods commonly used in the process of learning and training in various parts of the world, and has received recognition from education experts. Of the 150 teaching methods, a teacher might use three or four methods that reinforce each other and in accordance with the character of the lesson material.   150 teaching methods that I mean is:

  1. Lecture by teacher

  2. Class discussion conducted by teacher

  3. Recitation oral questions by teacher answered orally by students

  4. Discussion groups conducted by selected student chairpersons

  5. Lecture-demonstration by teacher

  6. Lecture-demonstration by another instructor(s) from a special field (guest speaker)

  7. Presentation by a panel of instructors or students

  8. Presentations by student panels from the class: class invited to participate

  9. Student reports by individuals

  10. Student-group reports by committees from the class

  11. Debate (informal) on current issues by students from class

  12. Class discussions conducted by a student or student committee

  13. Forums

  14. Bulletin boards

  15. Small groups such as task oriented, discussion, Socratic

  16. Choral speaking

  17. Collecting

  18. Textbook assignments

  19. Reading assignments in journals, monographs, etc.

  20. Reading assignments in supplementary books

  21. Assignment to outline portions of the textbook

  22. Assignment to outline certain supplementary readings

  23. Debates (formal)

  24. Crossword puzzles

  25. Cooking foods of places studied

  26. Construction of vocabulary lists

  27. Vocabulary drills

  28. Diaries

  29. Dances of places or periods studied

  30. Construction of summaries by students

  31. Dressing dolls

  32. Required term paper

  33. Panel discussion

  34. Biographical reports given by students

  35. Reports on published research studies and experiments by students

  36. Library research on topics or problems

  37. Written book reports by students

  38. Flags

  39. Jigsaw puzzle maps

  40. Hall of Fame by topic or era (military or political leaders, heroes)

  41. Flannel boards

  42. Use of pretest

  43. Gaming and simulation

  44. Flash cards

  45. Flowcharts

  46. Interviews

  47. Maps, transparencies, globes

  48. Mobiles

  49. Audio-tutorial lessons (individualized instruction)

  50. Models

  51. Music

  52. Field trips

  53. Drama, role playing

  54. Open textbook study

  55. Committee projects-small groups

  56. Notebook

  57. Murals and montages

  58. Class projects

  59. Individual projects

  60. Quiz-down gaming

  61. Modeling in various media

  62. Pen pals

  63. Photographs

  64. Laboratory experiments performed by more than two students working together

  65. Use of dramatization, skits, plays

  66. Student construction of diagrams, charts, or graphs

  67. Making of posters by students

  68. Students drawing pictures or cartoons vividly portray principles or facts

  69. Problem solving or case studies

  70. Puppets

  71. Use of chalkboard by instructor as aid in teaching

  72. Use of diagrams, tables, graphs, and charts by instructor in teaching

  73. Use of exhibits and displays by instructor

  74. Reproductions

  75. Construction of exhibits and displays by students

  76. Use of slides

  77. Use of filmstrips

  78. Use of motion pictures, educational films, videotapes

  79. Use of theater motion pictures

  80. Use of recordings

  81. Use of radio programs

  82. Use of television

  83. Role playing

  84. Sand tables

  85. School affiliations

  86. Verbal illustrations: use of anecdotes and parables to illustrate

  87. Service projects

  88. Stamps, coins, and other hobbies

  89. Use of community or local resources

  90. Story telling

  91. Surveys

  92. Tutorial: students assigned to other students for assistance, peer teaching

  93. Coaching: special assistance provided for students having difficulty in the course

  94. Oral reports

  95. Word association activity

  96. Workbooks

  97. Using case studies reported in literature to illustrate psychological principles and facts

  98. Construction of scrapbooks

  99. Applying simple statistical techniques to class data

  100. Time lines

  101. Group dynamics techniques

  102. Units of instruction organized by topics

  103. Non directive techniques applied to the classroom

  104. Supervised study during class period

  105. Use of socio metric text to make socio metric analysis of class

  106. Use of technology and instructional resources

  107. Open textbook tests, take home tests

  108. Put idea into picture

  109. Write a caption for chart, picture, or cartoon

  110. Reading aloud

  111. Differentiated assignment and homework

  112. Telling about a trip

  113. Mock convention

  114. Filling out forms (income tax, checks)

  115. Prepare editorial for school paper

  116. Attend council meeting, school boar meeting

  117. Exchanging things

  118. Making announcements

  119. Taking part (community elections)

  120. Playing music from other countries or times

  121. Studying local history

  122. Compile list of older citizens as resource people

  123. Students from abroad (exchange students)

  124. Obtain free and low cost materials

  125. Collect old magazines

  126. Collect colored slides

  127. Visit an ethnic restaurant

  128. Specialize in one country

  129. Follow a world leader (in the media)

  130. Visit an employment agency

  131. Start a campaign

  132. Conduct a series

  133. Investigate a life

  134. Assist an immigrant

  135. Volunteer (tutoring, hospital)

  136. Prepare an exhibit

  137. Detect propaganda

  138. Join an organization

  139. Collect money for a cause

  140. Elect a Hall of Fame for males

  141. Elect a Hall of Fame for females

  142. Construct a salt map

  143. Construct a drama

  144. Prepare presentation for senior citizen group

  145. Invite senior citizen(s) to present local history to class including displaying artifacts

  146. Prepare mock newspaper on specific topic or era

  147. Draw a giant map on floor of classroom

  148. Research local archaeological site

  149. Exchange program with schools from different parts of the state

  150. In brainstorming small group, students identify a list of techniques and strategies that best fit their class.

150 teaching methods are the results of studies and research experts in the period long enough and have been tested in various educational institutions of various levels. But it does not mean that 150 teaching methods is best, because there are many other factors must be considered a teacher in the activity.  Perhaps a more appropriate method to be used in addition to 150 teaching methods.

150 teaching methods above will be able to expedite the process of teaching and learning, when teachers understand and master it in depth. Failure to educate teachers in the learning process purely caused by the weakness of the teacher in selecting and using appropriate methods. The majority of them do not understand the role and function of 150 teaching methods are not well aware of the characteristics of teaching materials and students.

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