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Methods of Teaching - 4(in Hindi)
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  4. Individualized Teaching Methods

  5. Assignments Assignments are given to students for a number of purposes, such as for acquiring additional information, surveying, application of knowledge, and solving numerical problems. Although the main role is of the learner, the teacher too has a crucial role. The teacher has to plan the assignments and guide the student regarding references for collecting relevant information. Assignments can be prepared on any type of topic, but the nature of assignment should be such that the students may not merely copy from the books. The assignments should be open ended and should promote creativity among the students.

  6. Case Study Unlike traditional lecture-based teaching where student participation in the classroom is minimal, the case method is an active learning method that requires participation and involvement from the student in the classroom

  7. A case is usually a "description of an actual situation, commonly involving a decision, a challenge, an opportunity, a problem, or an issue faced by a person or persons in a social set up such as an organization". . In learning with case studies, the student must deal with the situation described in the case, that is, in the role of a decision maker facing the situation. This method has applications across disciplines such as psychology, management, biology, law, sociology, history, etc., to name a few.

  8. Advantages 1. It provides opportunity to the participants to analyze, critically examine, evaluate, and express reasoned opinions. solving skills. lead to innovative solutions. 2. It enhances decision-making and problem * 3. It ensures active participation, which may

  9. Limitations 1. It requires training for the teachers to use this method. . 2. It is not useful for all subjects and situations.

  10. Programmed Instruction Programmed Instruction (PI) is a general term for a highly structured system of learning, which is based on logical sequence of self- paced, learning steps with feedback between each step. " The learner gets immediate feedback after each step.

  11. Limitation 1. Learner motivation may get diminished after sometime.

  12. PSI consists of five basic elements comprising . (i) mastery learning, . (ii) self-pacing, (iii) stress on written material, .(iv) proctors, and .(v) lectures. It is best suited for contents that are usually conveyed through written material.