Models of Teaching

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  1. fliss456

    fliss456 New Member

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    Aug 9, 2006

    Can someone out there please help me? I am a final year teaching student and I am looking for ideas for a microteaching lesson. We have to use one of the different models of teaching available (eg: jurisprudential, inquiry, discussion etc). My major is Science. Any ideas would be most appreciated!
     
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    Aug 10, 2006

    Fliss456, I did a google search of "microteaching lessons" and found many websites that may help you.
     
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    Join the club Fliss. It seems to me that the the model is the important thing , not the content i.e. you are demonstrating the model. Add to this that you only have ten minutes to complete the excersise, so my advice would be to pick a model and then find a subject. Advance organiser would be grat for science (Scientists love to organise?) and this allows you the opportunity to present the content as you think best.
     

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