The Method Variable as a Facilitative Factor in the Teaching-Learning Process

From: Volume I, Issue 2: Spring 1981 Pages 21-28

Abstract

The author examines the role of method in the teaching-learning process. He lists principles of instruction or teacher behavior in the learning process and examines several learning principles which may be used as the basis of determining the teaching method. He also classifies teaching models as to their effectiveness in dealing with different subjects. He believes using alternate methods of instruction will upgrade the teaching-learning process.

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