Principles of Teaching
Bloomsburg University
 

TOPICS

1. Learner Diversity:

2. Approaches to Teaching and Learning Strategies:

Developmental Learning - Piaget
Socially Meditated or Socio-Cultural Learning - Vygotsky
Behavioral learning - Skinner
Cognitive Learning
Constructivism
Motivation

3. Student-centered Strategies:

Homework
Inquiry
Problem Solving
Discovery Learning
Games
Peer Tutoring
Individualized Instruction
Independent Study
Mastery Learning
Debates
Journals
Student Notebooks
Student Portfolios
Learning Centers
Contracts
Simulations
Field Trips
Oral Reports
Individual or Group Presentations
Multimedia Projects
Role Playing
Constructivism
Online Learning
Concept Maps
Graphic and Advance Organizers
Metacognition
Teaching Study and Learning Skills

4. Teacher-centered Strategies:

Direct Instruction
Demonstrations
Questioning
Lectures
Drill and Practice
Guided Practice
Whole Group Instruction
Recitations
Lectures
Discussion
Reflection
Seating, Grouping, and Classroom Arrangement
Guided Practice
Presentations

5. Cooperative Learning:

6. Questioning:

7. Differentiated Instruction:

8. Technology and Instructional Materials:

9. Assessment:

10. Professionalism:

 

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