Date : 26 May 2020 | Category : News
A Faculty Development Program (FDP) was organized on ‘Effective Teaching-Learning Process’ on 29.2.2020, at RIET. As indicated by the title, the event was focused on the discussion related with the effective delivery of lectures and to relate the topic with the case studies. All the faculty members participated in the program. This FDP was second in the series of FDP’s to be scheduled on every Saturday. The Facuty members from the department of ECE, EE, EEE, ME and Civil Engg., delivered comprehensive lectures related to the subjects taken by them in the current semester. The event was chaired by Chairman RIET Prof. Anoop Singh Poonia and Principal RIET Dr. Saroj Hiranwal.
The Faculty Development Programme equipped the faculty members with innovative ideas and methodologies to make teaching informative and operative for the students. The participants on this occasion were the HODs and the entire RIET teaching staff from all the seven branches of the institution.
The Faculty members explained their subjects with the help of power point presentations. Through watching the methodology of delivering the lecture by senior faculties, all the other faculties is motivated to inculcate the same in their own ways of teaching.
The lectures were very communicative and thoughtful. It was conveyed that ‘Independent thinking’ makes lectures very effective. The idea of selecting the text wisely form internet resources was also discussed in this FDP.
Relevant lectures were imparted on teaching various topics and apart from that, discussion on ‘Rapport Building with students’ was also discussed in detail. It was focused to become mentors for the students rather than merely teaching them on blackboard.
It was also accentuated that there are some important factors that make the teaching-learning process more real. To know the student’s Personality, his/her knowledge Level, and most importantly the strategy to impart the lecture to the students. All these factors form the constellation for being a great teacher.
All the sessions were highly educational and edifying for the participants. On the conclusion of the FDP, it was decided that every Saturday will be devoted towards this activity so that the process of teaching and learning can be further refined and it should be an outcome based Pedagogic value of effective spread of education and knowledge.