CTET 2015 EXAM NOTES

LEARNER-DIRECTED INSTRUCTIONAL INPUTS


Learner-directed instructional inputs refer to those methods, strategies or techniques in which learners organise the instructional environment with less intervention from the teacher.

According to Woolever and Scott (1988), "An activity is student-directed (or independent) when each student is left to work alone or with a small group of other students with a minimum of teacher supervision or interruption."

A student-centered approach is also associated with positive effects on student creativity, self-concept, attitude towards school, and curiosity (Walbergs 1979).

Although the learner assumes a significant role in learner-directed instructional inputs, the, teacher plans and designs the instructional activities. Learner-directed instructional inputs may  be  broadly  divided  into  individualised  instructional  inputs  and  group-directed instructional inputs.
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In subsequent sections, we will discuss these two categories of learner-directed instructional inputs.


LEARNER-DIRECTED INSTRUCTIONAL INPUTS

  1.  INDIVIDUALISED  INSTRUCTION

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