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Demonstration of Models:

 

Demonstration of Models: 

 Demonstration of Models  is also known methods of instruction. One can imagine the caveman demonstrating to his son the procedure for making the club, and then have him make one.

Methodology:

  1. The demonstration-performance method can be broken down into five basic procedures. These procedures are:
    1. explanation;
    2. demonstration;
    3. student performance;
    4. instructor supervision; and
    5. Evaluation.

2.  EXPLANATION AND DEMONSTRATION

  1. The explanation and demonstration may be done at the same time, or the demonstration given first followed by an explanation, or vice versa. The skill you are required to teach might determine the best approach.
  2. Consider the following: You are teaching a student how to do a forced landing. Here are your options:
    1. Demonstrate a forced approach and simultaneously give an explanation of what you are doing and why you are doing it; or,
    2. Complete the demonstration with no explanation and then give a detailed explanation of what you have done; or
    3. Give an explanation of what you intend to do and then do it.
    4. You will find that different instructors will approach the teaching of this skill differently.

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Comments

  1. Nice approach for practical studies

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  2. Prof.Deva Barale, TSSMs BSCOER Narhe PuneNovember 13, 2023 at 12:17 PM

    Very nice initiative of Teachers and innovative practice of Teaching Learning Process

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  3. Prof. Amarnath D.Landge, Mechanical Engineering Faculty at Shree L.R. Tiwari College of Engineering, ThaneNovember 13, 2023 at 12:59 PM

    I express my sincere appreciation for your exceptional use of innovative teaching methods in the classroom. Your dedication to incorporating new and creative approaches to education has had a profound impact on learning experience of students, and I believe it deserves recognition.

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  4. Very nice initiative to gain practical knowledge

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  5. Prof. Jivan B. Patil, Assistant Professor,
    N.K. Orchid College of Engineering and Technology Solapur
    Efforts taken by faculty members to improve teaching learning process is really appreciable. Through project based learning, practical/project approach is need for the real engineers. Best wishes to you all for nice initiative.

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  6. Prof Anil U.Kale.Mechanical Engineering Faculty at VVPIT Solapur
    I express my sincere appreciation for your exceptional use of innovative teaching methods in the classroom. Your dedication to incorporating new and creative approaches to education has had a profound impact on learning experience of students, and I believe it deserves recognition.

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  7. Innovative pedagogy like experential learning, cooperative learning, collaborative learning will definitely help students to understand the things conceptually rather than rote learning.

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  9. Very nice initiative to acquire Practical knowledge

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