Herbartian model (1)

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Published on January 18, 2016

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1. JOHANN FRIEDRICH HERBART was born in 1776 in oldenburg,North Germany.

2. • Education is the method by which a society gets from one generation to the next. • Interest develops when already strong and vivid ideas are hospitable towards new ones, thus past occasions motivate apperception of current ones. • He believed that new ideas, when properly presented to the students become linked to existing ideas and form a system of associated ideas. • He is also known as father of scientific pedagogy.

3.  Did the student teacher prepare pupils to receive new knowledge?  Did the student teacher arose the previous knowledge of the pupils?  Did the student teacher introduce the topic briefly?  Did the student teacher stimulate the curiosity of the pupils?  Did the student teacher correlate the introduction with the lesson?

4.  Did the student teacher make the statement of the aim?  Did the student teacher make the statement of the aim in brief?  Did the student teacher state the statement of the aim clearly?  Did the student teacher write the title on the black-board?

5.  Did the student teacher use explanation/illustrations wherever necessary?  Did the student teacher use appropriate vocabulary?  Did the student teacher ask questions?  Did the teacher get appropriate response from pupils?  Did the student teacher make use of reinforcement?  Did the student teacher take pupils’ verbal/nonverbal participation?  Did the student teacher do the skillful arrangement /organization of material?  Did the student teacher use content and logic properly?  Did the student teacher make interlinking statements?  Did the student teacher associate new facts with old knowledge(compare and contrast)?  Did the student teacher make motivate the pupils for comparison and observation?  Did the student teacher lead the pupils to certain principles /conclusions /rules/ generalization?  Did the student teacher help pupils to complete and correct the generalization?  Did the student teacher provide opportunity for reflection on the new facts that have been collected?

6.  Did the student teacher remove writing from the blackboard before asking recapitulation question?  Did the student teacher evaluate the pupils’ performance?  Did the student teacher have revision of knowledge learnt in the lesson?  Did the student teacher make use of BB for writing summary and other purposes?

7.  Did the student teacher test the pupils orally or using test?  Did the student teacher ask the pupils to apply knowledge to practical work/aids/activity/experiment etc?  Did the student teacher ask for constructive and creative exercises?  Did the student teacher give home assignment?

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