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  Socratic method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Socratic method (or method of elenchos or Socratic debate) is a dialectic method of inquiry, largely applied to the examination of key moral concepts and first described by Plato in the Socratic Dialogues.
The method of Socrates is a search for the underlying hypotheses, assumptions, or axioms, which may subconsciously shape one's opinion, and to make them the subject of scrutiny, to determine their consistency with other beliefs.
For this method to work, the students are expected to be prepared for class in advance by reading the assigned materials (case opinions, notes, law review articles, etc.) and by familiarizing themselves with the general outlines of the subject matter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Socratic_method   (1715 words)

  
 Teaching method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For much of human history, educational method was largely unconscious and consisted of children imitating their elders.
With the beginning of conscious philosophy in ancient Greece, questions of educational method became part of the national discourse.
Shaikh Imran, the teaching methodology in Education is a new concept in the teaching learning process.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Teaching_method   (836 words)

  
 Teaching method   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Inner Flame Method Books, articles, and workshops teaching a method of reading cards for self-awareness and to find personal understanding of the self and life's purpose.
Graduated Teaching Method FORe Golf Describes background of learning method, staff profiles, tips, and research for new insights in the swing.
Aesthetic Realism Method in Kindergarten Article describes how the teaching method enables kindergarten students to learn mathematics, while at the same time putting an end to prejudice.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Teaching_method.html   (454 words)

  
 Second Language Teaching Methods - CAL Resource Guide Online
The method concept in language teaching—the notion of a systematic set of teaching practices based on a particular theory of language and language learning—is a powerful one, and the quest for better methods preoccupied teachers and applied linguists throughout the 20th century.
Within methodology a distinction is often made between methods and approaches, in which methods are held to be fixed teaching systems with prescribed techniques and practices, and approaches are language teaching philosophies that can be interpreted and applied in a variety of different ways in the classroom.
A chart outlines characteristics of these aspects of the methods: goals, teacher and student roles, the teaching/learning process, student-teacher and student-student interaction, dealing with feelings, view of language and culture, the aspects of language emphasized, the role of the students' native language, means for evaluation, and response to student errors.
www.cal.org /resources/faqs/RGOs/methods.html   (3235 words)

  
 Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method / The Teaching Method Based on the Philosophy of Eli Siegel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
After nine years of teaching, and winning a teaching award from the American Heart Association and a graduate fellowship from the New York State Department of Education, I was burning out.
When a teacher uses this method, students learn in a profound way because they see that the subject being taught has an aesthetic structure that can be understood and liked, and that this same structure is in themselves and in the world.
I am convinced that this is the teaching method that will enable students to learn in schools throughout this country.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Column/8491   (884 words)

  
 Reciprocal Teaching
Purpose: The purpose of reciprocal teaching is to facilitate a group effort between teacher and students as well as among students in the task of bringing meaning to the text.
When the students first begin the reciprocal teaching procedure, their efforts are generally focused at the sentence and paragraph levels.
When the same instructional procedure was implemented in larger classes with groups ranging in size from 8 to 18, 71 percent of the students achieved criterion performance as opposed to 19 percent of the control students who were involved in individualized skill instruction.
www.ncrel.org /sdrs/areas/issues/students/atrisk/at6lk38.htm   (864 words)

  
 TEACHING FOLK DANCE: PURPOSES INFORMING METHOD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A key tenet of TQM is ensuring that the methods employed serve the agreed upon purposes of the organization; purposes informing method.
A common teaching practice that most dance instructors choose to give structure to the class, help the beginner at mastering the steps and help the student remember the steps between dance class sessions is to teach dance routines that are comprised of a fixed progression of figures.
A now popular teaching method to help overcome the difficulties of learning style are master classes at dance seminars which tend to be given by dance instructors intimately familiar with the region from which the dances originate and are usually members of that ethnic community.
www.filetron.com /grkmanual/iofa93.html   (5469 words)

  
 Frequently Asked Questions about piano teaching method and software
In those days, the methods of teaching the Alphabet were often based on reading and memorization of large extracts from manuscripts, written in Latin.
Many of the teaching means used by the Soft Mozart method, like colors and shapes, the scheme of the piano key stickers, and sound, are designed to produce a subconscious impact on the student's mind to make the study more effective.
Methods that rely on the student's capability of catching the song by ear are efficient only for students with developed musical ear to discern every musical note in a simple melody, to say nothing about polyphony, and enough skills to easily find and reproduce each note on the musical instrument.
www.doremifasoft.com /faq.html   (9815 words)

  
 Teaching at Chicago   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It is often said that lecturing is a poor teaching method, a kind of last resort for instruction.
When I am teaching people who are new to the field, I have to be sharper, in some fundamental way, as a psychologist than I have to be at other times.
Teaching the introductory course is just one of the ways in which that calling is practiced.
teaching.uchicago.edu /handbook/tac06.html   (4341 words)

  
 Secure Seat(sm)
Although it initially appears that the method is slow, the students will have a correct, secure, harmonious seat much more quickly than with traditional methods which involve telling the student where to put his/her body parts in space, which always results in stiffness.
The Secure Seat(sm) method of teaching will not only result in a soft balanced seat but also in the seat least likely to be lost due to the sudden movement of the horse, hence the name “Secure Seat”(sm).
The Secure Seat(sm) method is so easy and reliable that it has been used successfully for several years at many children’s summer camps where the teaching situation is not always the best.
home.centurytel.net /jan_dawson/AAHS/secure.htm   (3803 words)

  
 MusicStaff Teacher Lounge Article 17
Coff began his teaching career at Boston's New England Conservatory Preparatory Department and was one of the first in America to use the Suzuki Method to provide training for young children.
Just as one would never teach young children to read before they have learned to speak, Suzuki violin teachers defer reading until there is a technical mastery of basic skills for playing and musical memory has been developed sufficiently.
While the Suzuki violin method may be the superior approach, within both the Suzuki method and the traditional schools of violin teaching, there are some good teachers, few excellent teachers, and too many teachers who are less than adequate.
www.musicstaff.com /lounge/article17.asp   (1686 words)

  
 Abstracts: THE ART OF INTERACTIVE TEACHING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The author's interactive-based self-assessment of teaching provides a framework for college teachers to: (1) reflect on their self-assessments, (2) account for discrepancies between their self-assessments and students' impressions of their teaching, (3) modify their self-evaluations and (4) modify their teaching and/or manner of relating to their students.
The usefulness of the method is open to question due to issues relating to the realism of cases and a diversity of academic views concerning the nature of the strategy process.
This paper discusses the rationale for the teaching note and contrary views with respect to: objectives, methods of analysis, classroom-tested cases, qualitative vs. quantitative emphasis, the epilogue, and teaching methods.
www.rh.edu /~chan7578/wacra/abstract_montreal_1994.html   (6550 words)

  
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The primary focus of effective case method teaching is not on the transmission of information; it is on the development of managerial perspectives and analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving skills.
The focus of effective case method teaching is not on finding the right answer; it is on thoroughly exploring a project or managerial situation and using the available facts and analytical skills to reach reasonable decisions on courses of action.
In institutions where the case method is well established, case teachers do not necessarily have to be case writers, because a sufficient corps of writers has grown up to ensure the existence of a sound body of basic cases, as well as the continuous creation of fresh cases to take account of changing conditions.
www.worldbank.org /wbi/review/review_work_Apr95.html   (2703 words)

  
 Other Methods
The term "reading method" is closely associated with the work of Micheal West (e.g., 1926, Learning to read a foreign language: an experimental study) and Coleman (1929, The teaching of modern foreign languages in the United States; referred as the Coleman Report in our textbook).
It represents a sharp contrast to the audiolingual method which relys on pattern drills as a means of teaching syntax, without explicit explanation of grammatical rules.
The Eclectic Approach was proposed as a reaction to the profusion of teaching methods in the 1970s and 1980s and the dogmatism often found in the application of these methods.
www.auburn.edu /~nunnath/engl6240/othermet.html   (960 words)

  
 A2Z Languages: The teaching methodology at the italian language school in Rome, Italy
The Teaching method takes full account of modern didactics and is oriented towards the "Foreign Language Concept of the Council of Europe" and the "Guidelines of the Accademia Italiana di Lingua (AIL)".
Our teaching staff consists of young teams of experienced language teachers, all of whom studied at University and who have been specially trained in teaching Italian to foreigners.
Most of the teaching material has been developed by our schools and is excellently suited to the needs and requirements of the students.
www.a2zlanguages.com /Italy/Rome/rome_teaching.htm   (294 words)

  
 Reading for Information: The Trash-N-Treasure Method of Teaching Note-Taking (Grades 3 - 12)
Teaching students to skim and scan a nonfiction or reference book will facilitate their search.
Teach students to read the first and last paragraph of sections for summaries of the content and the first and last sentences of paragraphs to gain an impression of the topic (Cheek and Collins, 1985).
After identifying appropriate sections in the source by scanning to locate keywords and related words in the table of contents, index, headings, subheadings, and captions, students are ready to begin extracting needed information.
www.big6.com /showarticle.php?id=45   (1411 words)

  
 Schwickerath: The Method of Teaching in Practice: § I. The Prelection
The method of explaining authors is sketched admirably in the 27th of the common rules.
This method of questioning the pupils about the contents, the ideas of a literary work, was also eminently fitted to stimulate in the pupils self-activity and independent thinking.
Here, however, another mistake must be avoided, which easily creeps into the teaching of the classics, a mistake which was not uncommon in the German schools before the recent reforms, namely, to make the authors the means of studying, repeating, or "drilling" the rules of grammar, etymology, and syntax.
www.slu.edu /colleges/AS/languages/classical/latin/tchmat/pedagogy/schw/schw2.html   (8745 words)

  
 The Montessori Method   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
She taught adults how to respect individual differences, and to emphasize social interaction and the education of the whole personality rather than the teaching of a specific body of knowledge.
They exhibit a desire to teach, help, and care for others and for their environment.
The Montessori method of education is a model which serves the needs of children of all levels of mental and physical ability as they live and learn in a natural, mixed-age group which is very much like the society they will live in as adults.
www.montessori.edu /method.html   (267 words)

  
 The Legacy of R. L. Moore - Comments on Moore-Method Teaching -- Mike Reed
Finally, I discovered that it was possible to have freedom in the teaching of either the very smart (i.e., honors programs) or the "considered-to-be" very dumb (i.e., education and business students).
My conclusions are that Moore-method teaching must be adapted to (1) the nature of the institution, (2) the culture of the students, and (3) the personality of the teacher.
The bottom line is that Moore-method teaching from Socrates to Moore to Fitzpatrick is about the ethical responsibility and the joy of intellectual individualism within a community of scholars.
www.discovery.utexas.edu /rlm/reference/reed.html   (1078 words)

  
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For example, teaching a topspin forehand is more likely when the student is aware of (the effectiveness of) the resultant high-bouncing shot--which the teacher demonstrates.
Teach Him How to Play Through drills and games (and over a long period of time), the student develops an awareness of his body, his position within the court, his opponent's position within the court, and of course, the ball.
Teach student how to produce a soft slice--with a short backswing, downward motion and short follow-through.
www.ectennis.com /method.html   (3522 words)

  
 Methods of Teaching Macbeth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The third teaching method, specifically the one I found to be used most often in American high schools, involved reading aloud in class and then following up this reading with discussions and questions.
When teaching with optimism and enthusiasm, as well as looking for these qualities in the responses of the students, the teacher ensures that the reading and the discussions will be lighthearted and fun for both the students and the teacher (206).
I think this method is most appropriate for my high school level students because it allows them to explore the text in class, and therefore any questions that arise, which I am sure there will be, can be answered at that time.
www.gardner-webb.edu /english/Best/Handzus.html   (1830 words)

  
 MONTESSORI TEACHING and TEACHER TRAINING
Rather than lecturing to large or small groups of children, the teacher is trained to teach one child at a time, and to oversee thirty or more children working on a broad array of tasks.
She is facile in the basic lessons of math, language, the arts and sciences, and in guiding a child's research and exploration, capitalizing on his interest in and excitement about a subject.
The Montessori method is philosophically and practically different from other educational methods, and also very different from the personal educational experience of most adults who become Montessori teachers.
www.montessori.edu /info.html   (1914 words)

  
 The Socratic Method
It is a very efficient teaching method, because the first time through tends to cover the topic very thoroughly, in terms of their understanding it.
Though, to repeat, this is teaching by stimulating students' thinking in certain focused areas, in order to draw ideas out of them; it is not "teaching" by pushing ideas into students that they may or may not be able to absorb or assimilate.
For the Socratic method to work as a teaching tool and not just as a magic trick to get kids to give right answers with no real understanding, it is crucial that the important questions in the sequence must be logically leading rather than psychologically leading.
www.garlikov.com /Soc_Meth.html   (4407 words)

  
 The Piano Education Page - Piano Teaching Methods
Our goal in pointing out both strong points and criticisms of teaching methods is to provide teachers and parents with an overview of a given method's strengths and weaknesses, so that the buyer knows what he's getting and how he might supplement or improve it by good teaching.
You should evaluate these methods in light of your own needs and choose a teacher whose personal choice of a method or methods is consistent with your needs, wishes, and the way in which you learn most efficiently.
Keep in mind that the best teachers will tailor their teaching to you or your child's individual needs, rather than being wedded in all respects to a single approach.
pianoeducation.org /pnomethd.html   (291 words)

  
 Piano teaching method for learning piano and learning how to read music notes
Created by a music teacher, this piano teaching method is successful with beginners and advanced students of all ages during the class and home practice.
The method is based on the original teaching technique developed by Hellene Hiner and has been successfully used to teach piano to children in the Ukraine and more recently - in the US.
The method succeeds to attract any student and to provide him with extensive music practice which is the key for a student's fast progress.
www.doremifasoft.com /sofmozsys.html   (420 words)

  
 Children Learn to Read through the Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel As Teaching Method
In it, teachers from elementary school through college—teaching in some of the hardest hit areas of the City, demonstrated through lessons in their classrooms, this urgent fact: The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method is the answer to the crisis in our nation's schools.
I teach in East Harlem in one of the poorest neighborhoods of New York City.
Many children did so well in their reading they were not only prepared for second grade, but, as their second grade teacher told me this year with pleasurable surprise, they knew a lot more than she had expected coming from what was called the lowest level first grade.
www.aestheticrealism.net /Eli_Siegel   (3021 words)

  
 HEFCE : Learning & teaching : Funding for learning and teaching : Teaching funding method review
We believe that it is good practice to review our funding methods to reflect changes in the higher education sector and to ensure that our methods remain relevant and robust.
To this end we are conducting a fundamental review of the method we use to allocate funds for teaching and learning.
The earliest that any alterations to method could be introduced would be for funding allocations for 2007-08.
www.hefce.ac.uk /learning/funding/review   (355 words)

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