• Comparative Effects of Innovative and Traditional Strategies in Teaching Physics on the Achievement and Attitude of Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education Freshmen, Naval Institute of Technology, Naval, Biliran:
    model employing a laboratory method together with a combination of several teaching strategies such as predict-observe-explain (POE), concept mapping, and mathematical problem solving in teaching Physics (collectively called innovative strategies) following the learning cycle system model. The...
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  • Traditional and Alternative Teaching
    modern methods of teaching. Specifically, aimed to: 1. To describe and analyze the difference between the old way and the new way of teaching . And; 2. To develop the holistic approach of the educators to their students. Hypothesis There is no significant differences between on the...
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  • Title
    ? As a would-be educator, I already have ideas of what method am I going use in the near future. I encountered a lot of teachers and I can say that they have their own techniques, strategies and methods in teaching. Each of them is different from anyone and I can say that they are all good teachers. I...
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  • Thesis
    teaching competencies of their teacher. A competent teacher learns to build effective learning situation and to select teaching methods/strategies to guarantee 9 maximum retention and application of the learning that are achieved. According to what we read in the Educator’s Speak, strategy refers...
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  • Teachers and Substitutes
    intervention as well. Substitutes are not able to utilize those resources, which makes their scope extremely limited. Finally, there are countless similarities and differences between teachers and substitutes regarding teaching strategies in the classroom. Some of the similarities amongst teachers...
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  • The Effect of using Suggested programme of Educational activities through multiple intelligences theory on geography achievement to secondary school first Graders
    the first year secondary stage students. It takes the form of instructional activities to be prepared based on Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Objectives are specified, appropriate strategies, teaching methods, instructional aids, and evaluation techniques are also specified so that...
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  • The Use of Scientific Games in Teaching Science
    teaching competencies of their teacher. A competent teacher learns to build effective learning situation and to select teaching methods/strategies to guarantee maximum retention and application of the earning that are achieved. According to Wikipedia, strategy refers to all techniques by which the...
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  • Problem Representation in Teaching
    solution methods derived from features that trigger both implicit and explicit knowledge of the subject. While those who have examined differences between expert and novice teachers have not explicitly addressed mental representations, the questions posed and the methods used in data collection are...
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  • Effects of Analogy Approach in Teaching
    science using analogy and traditional method will be used. Traditional Method is a method of teaching science using the normal way of teaching or using the ordinary teaching strategies. Mean Gain Score. It refers to the difference in scores of the pre-test and post test of the pupils...
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  • Documentary
    maturity and efficiency attributes of cognitive, motivational, affective and volitional, strategies and learning style. Although there are substantial differences between the claims, methods and results of different studies, all have in common a dichotomy between deep and superficial approach to...
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  • Action Research in Science Grade 6
    phenomena, activate their interest, and help them become aware of the conflicts between their thinking and accepted scientific concepts. When determining the order in which to introduce science concepts in a given domain, consider the ways those concepts are interdependent. Use teaching strategies that...
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  • Morpho-Comprehensive Report
    definition of important terms like approach, method, strategy, and technique. II. WHAT CAN YOU GAIN FROM THE LECTURE? After the lecture and class discussion, you are expected to be able to: a. Differentiate approach, method, strategy, and technique; b. Identify the underlying principle between the...
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  • “the Effect of Integrating Creative Problem Solving Process on the Academic Performance of the 3rd Year Bscs Students of Capitol University in Probability and Statistics”
    had increased significantly so integrating creative problem solving process is an effecting teaching strategy. 2. There was a significant difference between the result of the pretest and posttest of the Control Group. This means that the performance of the students after two weeks of applying...
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  • Reading
    taught by means of both Jigsaw IV and traditional teaching methods and techniques to the control and experimental groups for six weeks three hours each. In order to determine whether there was a significant difference between the experimental (Jigsaw IV group) and control group’s academic...
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  • Project 1
    differentiate clearly between communication and learning strategies does nothing to simplify the decision regarding what should or should not be included in learning strategy taxonomies such as Rubin’s and others’, and leads to what Stern (1992, p.264) acknowledges is “a certain arbitrariness in the...
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  • types of reasoning in human learning
    sound, but not if preceded by a long vowel sound. Students will provide the teacher with examples that show their understanding of the rule. c. Teaching Procedures Step 1: The teacher started his lesson with a warm-up exercise to make students can recognize the difference between a short vowel sound...
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  • Teaching Cross Culturally
    cannot indicatively form an individual’s learning method, it provides a persuasive force (194). Educators must develop their knowledge about how people learn and recognize that learning styles depend upon the cultural context. For instance, differences often arise between members of individualistic...
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  • teaching strategies of clinical instructors of colegio san agustin - bacolod in the school year 2013 - 2014
    questions: 1. What are the most common teaching strategies used by the clinical instructors at Colegio San Agustin Bacolod? 2. Is there a significant difference between the teaching strategies of clinical instructors in Colegio San Agustin Bacolod when grouped according...
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  • The Effect of Using Kwl (Know, Want, Learned) Strategy on Efl Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement
    learning at SMP Negeri 4 Palembang should be modified and varied their teaching strategy to more current ways. Shayee (2000) has investigated that KWL strategy has significant improvement on secondary students’ reading comprehension compared to the traditional method. Based on the background...
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  • Researh Paper
    to apply strategies based on the school’s philosophical concept and each personal belief in teaching. What is more difficult is that besides the two concepts the teacher is into, a lot of considerations must be given to the individual styles of students’ learning. This dilemma when answered will help...
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