Instructional effectiveness in the light of National Curriculum Frame work

Patra, Gokul ch.
September 2016
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies;Sep/Oct2016, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p46
Academic Journal
Effective teachers, and their relevance are the most relevant trends of educational research on teaching and learning are included in the present paper. Characteristics of effective teachers, and studies that go under the label of "process-product studies", are the most relevant trends of research on--teaching and classroom processes through over the world and NCF does not have any exception. Good instruction not only supports students in thinking and learning, but also motivates them and offers an emotionally sound context. Instruction motivates students if attention is aroused, the relevance of the contents is shown, the self-confidence is strengthened, and satisfaction with the results of learning is achieved.


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