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Approaches in Learning (in Hindi)
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This video covers approaches of learning- inductive method and deductive method and difference between inductive method and deductive method.

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  1. Approaches of Learning Inductive Method Deductive Method Particular General Particular General . Man is mortal . Ram is mortal . Ram is Mortal . Man is mortal By Heena Malhotra

  2. Inductive Method Inductive method uses the following maxims of teaching- . Particular to general Small to Large . Known to Unknown By Heena Malhotra

  3. Steps in Inductive Method Presentation of examples . Observation or analysis . Generalizations . Verification/testing. By Heena Malhotra

  4. Deductive Method Two Maxims of teaching are used- . General to particular Large to small By Heena Malhotra

  5. Steps in Deductive Method .Rule or definition Experiment/Example . Conclusion Verification By Heena Malhotra

  6. Difference Inductive Method Deductive Method From Particular to . From general to particular General . Laws are drawn out . Students himself . Laws are given . Student depends on others to be told laws Teacher oriented discover laws . Student-oriented o Time consuming Student is independent . Save time No freedom to learn. He does as he is told to learn By Heena Malhotra

  7. Difference Inductive Method Deductive Method Develop power of observation, judgment and experience . Learning by imitation . Unscientific o Fast speed but learning is . Scientific Slow speed but learning is permanent Interesting and simple for little students Teacher has to work hard to organize learning material temporary Useful for higher classes Teacher does not have to work hard as readymade content are available. o . . By Heena Malhotra