Innovative Teaching : Opportunities & Challenges in Management Education By
Sangeeta Jauhari (Senior Lecturer, Rai Business School Bhopal) Srishti Umekar (Visiting Lecturer, IIPM Bhopal)
India has made a huge progress in terms of increasing primary education attendance rate and expanding literacy with diversified area of interest, to approximately two thirds of the population. India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of the country. Much of the progress in education has been credited to various private institutions & continually increasing numbers of the management institutions showing their huge significant towards changing teaching techniques & methods.
"Necessity is the mother of invention." which contributes to improved results, generate potential in raw crops in the face of students, helps open up pupils’ minds and increases their self-belief, and allows schools to respond to world changes and to keep pace with the changing needs of their pupils. It has been observed that the Indian management institutions have made necessary amendments in their education system so as to create the effective managers who can fight with the current volatile business environment.
This paper deals with an overview of education system, which enables a person to become competitive in the present volatile environment. It encompasses the details of techniques which have been used so far by management institution for creating effective managers. The paper is based on empirical study and contains the extract of localized survey of students of some prominent B-schools, which in turn provide the results on the basis of which the efficiency of present education system can be evaluated.
Innovative teaching methods are needed that will achieve good learning outcomes on substantive content as well as developing generic skills. The educational model is derived from experiential learning theory, and based on the view that skills are most effectively learned when situated in a purposeful context. The paper explains the underlying rationale, and how use of the method can develop or enhance students’ generic skills. Both theoretical and practical perspectives are considered. The learning occurs in a purposeful context with immediate practical application. Any innovation is likely to meet resistance, especially where it challenges basic perceptions of what is appropriate, or in other words, shakes people out of their comfort zones. Education in India has a history stretching back to the ancient urban centres of learning at Taxila and Nalanda. Western education became ingrained into Indian society with the establishment of the British Raj. Much of the progress in education has been credited to various private institutions. Education in its broadest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual. In its technical sense education is the process by which society deliberately trans options are now available and continue to evolve.
The right to education has been established as a basic human right:mits its accumulated knowledge, skills and values from one generation to another. Teachers in educational institutions direct the education of students and might draw on many subjects, . Many non-traditional education options are now available and continue to evolve. Teachers need to understand a subject enough to convey its essence to students. While traditionally this has involved lecturing on the part of the teacher, new instructional strategies such as team-based learning put the teacher more into the role of course designer, discussion facilitator, and coach and the student more into the role of active learner, discovering the subject of the course. In any case, the goal is to establish a sound knowledge base and skill set on which students will be able to build as they are exposed...
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