Methods of Teaching and their Impact on Learn

Elida Kurti

Abstract


This study highlights the role and importance of teaching where the student is in focus in our basic education, some of the phenomena that accompany the learning process and education, as well as expressing some inherent considerations about ways, techniques and the most effective forms of teaching-centered nowadays student. To achieve the main goal of this work and to achieve the objectives set, except for the use of an extensive literature contemporary in the field of teaching, I researched own material by interviewing students, parents and teachers as well as doing surveys with them. As primary sources were interviews, observations, questionnaires and surveys that are structured and semi-structured. Instruments of this survey are development of quantitative and qualitative measurement, in a word mixed methods. To understand better the functioning of teaching methods and their effect on the learning process was followed and observed classes in institutions designed to observe. The process of data and processing were conducted through three instruments: review of the literature, direct observation and questionnaires. The main object of this paper is to: - To make an interpretation of the method of student - centered teaching, which is the most efficient and most used by teachers. - To discern the current situation of these teaching methods, as aligned with European standards, which are the possible solutions to these schools and the premise to create a much more effective teaching. So I think that this paper is an attempt to distinguish some of the causes that lead to malfunctioning of our learning process in basic education, and to suggest some ways and forms a much more contemporary teaching.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n1p489


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