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emejieo@isc.ebscoei

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Innovation in lesson plan
« on: January 17, 2022, 12:41:04 PM »
Science is an activity done in a systematic way. The paradigm shift in method of teaching especially that of science tilts towards activity-based, participatory and learner-centred approach. This is the secret of our graduates' and students' successes in the past few years since this strategy became our style of teaching and learning in Integrated Science Department,Ebonyi State College of Education, Ikwo. We use ASEI-PDSI (Activity, Students-centred, Experiment, Improvisation-Plan, Do, See and Improve) approach in teaching our  courses to greatly increase students' achievements in science.  The principles of the approach are awesome and will be treated here in detail in due course. We are capable of organising workshops for lecturers and teachers not yet abreast of the strategy. Yes, we have trained secondary and primary school teachers in the past through SMASE (strengthening mathematics and science education) Programme for  UBEB in Ebonyi  State since  2012. We can train lecturers in our College and other institutions how to make effective use of the approach in their lesson delivery both in science and other disciplines.
Some special features of ASEI -PDSI lesson plan vis--vis the lesson delivery is that it focuses on the rationale for teaching a particular topic and learning points at each stage of lesson development. See a sample ASEI lesson plan as attached.

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Re: Innovation in lesson plan
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2022, 04:13:15 PM »
Thank you, Mr. Emeje for the good work and for being among the first to register.
This is a very good post. It is very educative and t is a good resource to learn from. Keep.
The College needs more posts from you.
Remain blessed.

emejieo@isc.ebscoei

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Re: Innovation in lesson plan
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2022, 10:15:43 AM »
Thank you. I appreciate your commendation. More will come up soon.