Thursday, June 28, 2012
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
ØTo reflect on our own selves and our current
ØTo identify our strengths and weaknesses
ØTo get sensitized to the opportunities and
ØTo fine-tune ourselves to the new demands
ØTo get re-organized and re-vitalized
The present scenario…
qAge of commerce: Utilitarian values
qGlobalization : Transnationalization of
education - Open competition
q Information revolution: Cyber/virtual universities
qQuality revolution: Benchmarks for survival
Transformation of roles
Teachers as originators of knowledge
Teachers as masters/interpreters
Teachers as facilitators
Teachers as process managers/leaders
INPUTS PROCESS OUTPUTS
MONEY GRADUATES WITH
INFRASTRUCTURE TEACHING KNOWLEDGE
TECHNOLOGY LEARNING SKILLS
1. WORKING PRODUCTIVELY
2. LEARNING EFFECTIVELY
3. COMMUNICATING CLEARLY
4. WORKING COOPERATIVELY
5. ACTING RESPONSIBLY
6. VALUING SELF POSITIVELY
7. THINKING CRITICALLY AND CREATIVELY
Characteristics of Effective Behaviour Managers
1. Respect their own strengths and weaknesses as those of their students.
2. Understand that social-emotional growth is a never-ending process.
3. Clearly communicate rules, goals, and expectations.
4. Respond to behaviors consistently and predictably.
5. Discriminate between issues of responsibility and problem ownership.
6. Exhibit high degrees of empathy and self-efficacy
Roles to Perform
• Informational Roles
• Interpersonal Roles
• Decisional Roles
ØMonitor: scanning the environment for
new knowledge, trends, changes, etc.
ØDisseminator: imparting curriculum,
sharing insights and experiences
ØEvaluator: continuously evaluating the
learning process, giving objective feedback.
qOpenness to new ideas
AEC/Bhuvanagiri / 120628