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Diploma in Teaching Methodology

Diploma in Teaching Methodology

This course develops skills in teaching. At 160 hours of study, this course includes, but exceeds the scope of a typical Training Course. It shows you how to handle students more effectively; how to enthuse them and keep them committed to their studies. There is a special focus on how to diffuse problems that might undermine their ability to effectively learn.
 

MISSION
 

The Diploma in Teaching aims to motivate, educate and inspire teachers as it helps them achieve their potential & improve students’ performances.
 

DIPLOMA Focus
 

The Diploma in Teaching Methodology is intended to get its graduates up-and-running, ready to teach. The content is drawn from Educational Testing Service Praxis II Standards and INTASK studies of what pre-service teachers should know and be able to do, and National Board for Professional Teaching Standards of what
competent experienced teachers are like.

 

COURSEWORK
 

PART ONE: THE BACKDROP OF TEACHING

  • Chapter 1: Factors that Influence How We Teach

  • Chapter 2: Teaching in a Changing Society

  • Chapter 3: Teaching Diverse Students

  • Chapter 4: Three Schools of Thought about

  • Learning and Teaching

  • Chapter 5: Getting to Know Your Students and

  • Motivating Them to Learn

PART TWO: THE ACT OF TEACHING

  • Chapter 6: Planning Instruction

  • Chapter 7: Four Instructional Alternatives:
    Presentation, Discussion Independent Study Individualized Instruction

  • Chapter 8: Four More Instructional Alternatives: Cooperative Learning Discovery Learning

  • Constructivism Direct Instruction

  • Chapter 9: Evaluating Students’ Learning

PART THREE: THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER

  • Chapter 10: Personal Attributes and Characteristics of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 11: Professional Skills and Abilities of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 12: Classroom Management Skills of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 13: Problem-Solving Skills of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 14: Reflective Skills of Effective Teachers

PART FOUR: PRACTICE TEACHING MANUAL

  • Unit 1 Microteaching: Practicing Critical Teaching Skills

  • Unit 2 Reflective Teaching: Practicing Being a Thoughtful Practitioner

  • Unit 3 Classroom Simulation: Solving Classroom Problems
     

DIPLOMA Objectives
 

– Discuss theories of development and learning.
– Explain behavioural theories of learning
– Explain characteristics which in influence the effectiveness of education, including aspects of both learning and teaching. Describe processes involved in memory loss and retention
– Describe different methods of effective instruction to cater for individual needs.
– Explain the relevance of constructivist learning in education
– Differentiate definitions of motivation and the application of motivation to learning
– Determine the use of simple motivational skills in a training environment

 

Assessment & Certification
 

– Submitted tasks are marked and returned with any relevant suggestions ,comments and if necessary       ,extra reading .
– All attendance are eligible to a certificate of attendance at the end of the training period.
– On the satisfactory completion of the assignments & graduation project a certificate of the achievement    is issued.

 

 

This course is also offered through distance learning.

This course develops skills in teaching. At 160 hours of study, this course includes, but exceeds the scope of a typical Training Course. It shows you how to handle students more effectively; how to enthuse them and keep them committed to their studies. There is a special focus on how to diffuse problems that might undermine their ability to effectively learn.
 

MISSION
 

The Diploma in Teaching aims to motivate, educate and inspire teachers as it helps them achieve their potential & improve students’ performances.
 

DIPLOMA Focus
 

The Diploma in Teaching Methodology is intended to get its graduates up-and-running, ready to teach. The content is drawn from Educational Testing Service Praxis II Standards and INTASK studies of what pre-service teachers should know and be able to do, and National Board for Professional Teaching Standards of what
competent experienced teachers are like.

 

COURSEWORK
 

PART ONE: THE BACKDROP OF TEACHING

  • Chapter 1: Factors that Influence How We Teach

  • Chapter 2: Teaching in a Changing Society

  • Chapter 3: Teaching Diverse Students

  • Chapter 4: Three Schools of Thought about

  • Learning and Teaching

  • Chapter 5: Getting to Know Your Students and

  • Motivating Them to Learn

 

PART TWO: THE ACT OF TEACHING

  • Chapter 6: Planning Instruction

  • Chapter 7: Four Instructional Alternatives:
    Presentation, Discussion Independent Study Individualized Instruction

  • Chapter 8: Four More Instructional Alternatives: Cooperative Learning Discovery Learning

  • Constructivism Direct Instruction

  • Chapter 9: Evaluating Students’ Learning

 

PART THREE: THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER

  • Chapter 10: Personal Attributes and Characteristics of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 11: Professional Skills and Abilities of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 12: Classroom Management Skills of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 13: Problem-Solving Skills of Effective Teachers

  • Chapter 14: Reflective Skills of Effective Teachers

 

PART FOUR: PRACTICE TEACHING MANUAL

  • Unit 1 Microteaching: Practicing Critical Teaching Skills

  • Unit 2 Reflective Teaching: Practicing Being a Thoughtful Practitioner

  • Unit 3 Classroom Simulation: Solving Classroom Problems
     

DIPLOMA Objectives
 

– Discuss theories of development and learning.
– Explain behavioural theories of learning
– Explain characteristics which in influence the effectiveness of education, including aspects of both learning and teaching. Describe processes involved in memory loss and retention
– Describe different methods of effective instruction to cater for individual needs.
– Explain the relevance of constructivist learning in education
– Differentiate definitions of motivation and the application of motivation to learning
– Determine the use of simple motivational skills in a training environment

 

Assessment & Certification
 

– Submitted tasks are marked and returned with any relevant suggestions ,comments and if necessary       ,extra reading .
– All attendance are eligible to a certificate of attendance at the end of the training period.
– On the satisfactory completion of the assignments & graduation project a certificate of the achievement    is issued.

 

 

This course is also offered through distance learning.

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