Teaching & Learning Methods

Teaching and learning methods and strategies are chosen to improve the student’s skills such as self learning, life-long learning, observation, teaching others, presentation, critical thinking, teamworking and IT.

Also, to achieve a better learning with students having different learning styles, the program is supported by convenient methodologies given below*:

Teaching and Learning Methods

Major Learning Activities

Tools

Lecture

Listening and interpretation

Classware, multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector

Lecture with Discussion

Listening and interpretation, Observation/manipulation situations, critical thinking, question posing

Classware, multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector

Tutorial / Structured Exercise

Specific predetermined skill

 

Role Play

Specific predetermined skill

Classware, specific hardware

Problem Solving

Specific predetermined skill

 

Case Study

Specific predetermined skill

 

Brainstorming

Observation/manipulation situations, critical thinking, question posing, creative teamwork

 

Small Group Discussion

Listening and interpretation, Observation/manipulation situations, critical thinking, question posing

Classware, Multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector

Demonstration

Observation/manipulation situations

Tools that allow observation
followed by virtual application

Simulation

Observation/manipulation situations, IT Skills

Tools that allow observation
followed by virtual application

Seminars

Research skills, writing, reading, IT Skills, Listening and interpretation, Observation/manipulation situations, organizational skills

Classware, multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector, specific hardware

Group work

Research skills, writing, reading, IT Skills, critical thinking, question posing, organizational skills, teamwork

Web directories, database, e-mail, online discussion,
web-based discussion forums

Fieldwork

Observation/manipulation situations, Research skills, writing, reading

 

Laboratory

Observation/manipulation situations, IT Skills, organizational skills, teamwork

Specific hardware

Homework

Research skills, writing, reading, IT Skills

Web directories, database, e-mail

Recitation

Research skills, manipulation situations, question posing, interpretation, presentation

 

Worksheets/Surveys

Research skills, writing, reading

 

Panel of Experts

Listening and interpretation, Observation/manipulation situations

Classware, multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector, specific hardware

Guest Speaker

Listening and interpretation, Observation/manipulation situations

Classware, multimedia, data projector, computer, overhead projector, specific hardware

Student Club Activities / Projects

Observation/manipulation situations, critical thinking, question posing, creative team work, Research skills, organizational skills, writing, reading, specific predetermined skill

 


(*) Depending on the course specifications, one or more teaching and learning methods might be implemented.

(**) Teaching and assesment methods used in the courses are given in each course's syllabus page.