3 edition of Modular instruction in higher education found in the catalog.
Modular instruction in higher education
by United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education in [Washington (D.C.)]
Written in English
Microfiche reproduction of report originally published, Montreal: McGill University. Centre for Learning and Development, 1972.
|Statement||by Barbara Goldschmid & Marcel L. Goldschmid|
|Contributions||Goldschmid, Marcel L., United States. Office of Education., McGill University. Centre for Learning and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
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In principle, the recommendations for modular degrees are quite good. It reflects the situation in America, which allows students to pick and mix, to . Modular teaching is one of the most widespread and recognizes teaching learning techniques in United States, Australia and many other Western countries including Asian region. Modular is used in almost all subjects like natural science, especially in biology and medical education and even in social sciences as well as in computers Size: KB.
This section of "A Primer on Course Design" introduces a fundamental concept: modular course design or, put simply, building courses out of smaller, discrete units known as modules. Modules Defined. A module can be defined as a unit, chapter, topic, or segment of instruction. Technology Education instruction is in the process of changing from traditional lecture and demonstration to self-paced modular instruction. (Modular is computer-generated text, graphics, questions, etc.) This study served to determined whether there was any difference between the final.
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The principles and purposes of modular instruction (MI), its advantages for both students and instructors, and a comparison between the conventional and modular approach are presented.
Separate sections deal with implementation and management of MI and include a discussion of evaluation and cost. Several examples of modular formats in use at North American universities are Cited by: Modular Instruction in Higher Education: A Review.
Goldschmid, Barbara; Goldschmid, Marcel L. This paper reviews the principles, implementation, management, formats, problems, and research in modular instruction. A module is defined as a self-contained, independent unit of a planned series of learning activities designed to help the student Cited by: The paper presents the importance of using modules in the language classroom to effect autonomous learning among the language learners.
Modular instruction is an alternative instructional design that uses developed instructional materials which are based on the needs of the students.
Students are encouraged to work on various activities that are interesting and challenging to maintain Author: Ma. Theresa Bringas Nardo. Modular instruction may be defined as instruction which is either partly or entirely based on modules.
Current uses of modules range from one or a few modules inserted into a traditional course, through complete course that consist of a prescribed sequence of modules, to courses that offer the student the choice of a certain number of modules.
This book provides an overview of work in the area of modular instruction and offers practical information for individualized instruction through the implementation of the modular design.
Written for the classroom teacher, the book includes sample modules used at elementary, secondary, and college levels of.
MODULAR INSTRUCTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A REVIEW BARBARA GOLDSCHMID and MARCEL L. GOLDSCHMID Centre for Learning and Development, McGill University, Montreal, Q., Canada ABSTRACT The principles and purposes of modular instruction (MI), its advantages for both students and instructors, and a comparison between the conventional and modular.
Why modular instruction. Tne assumptions behind modular instruction are concerned with how students learn and what steps can be taken to aid this process.
Students do not achieve at the same rate and are not ready to learn at the same rate (Burns, '. Modular instruction allows. the student greater Teeway to proceed at his or her own rate. Effectiveness of Modular Instruction in Word Problem Solving of BEED Students Edgar Julius A.
Lim as with a book, computer program, or tape (Castillon – Boiser, ). As used in higher education, lecture strategy is a teaching procedure which involves classification,File Size: KB.
With this, the researcher adopts the use of an eclectic approach as learning theory to the use of the modular instruction so that pedagogical principles from different learning theory can support the methodology.
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Teaching the modular way. which should provide all those concerned with education (primarily learners and teachers, vocabulary, functions, skills, etc.). Modules, however, seem to be aiming higher – to enable learners to achieve a level of competence which should be described in terms other than just grammar, vocabulary or functions.
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Sir, In our present traditional subject-based curriculum for undergraduate medical students, most of the teaching is done by the lecture method which has its own disadvantages like passive learning, difficulty for slow learners, etc.(1,2) Teaching is a process which facilitates learning by encouraging learners to think, feel, and teacher has to be more of a facilitator and the students.
Much has been documented recently in regard to modular instruction and its role in technology education. The review of literature will attempt to examine both the positive and negative impacts of modular instruction on the students, teachers, and technology education curriculum.
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Options such as accreditation of prior and experiential learningCited by: 9. A modular system of higher education curriculum, according to Ali, Ghazi, Khan, Hussain, and Faitma (), is largely a response to the very growing sectors of business, industry, and consumers.
Jeffrey R. Young writes for The Chronicle of Higher Education about the final report released by the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education. Speaking of the Task Force’s recommendation to make education more modular, co-chair Sanjay Sarma says, “we see modularity becoming a key part of on-campus experiences as well.”.
Modular instruction in higher education: A review. Barbara Goldschmid, Marcel L. Goldschmid Pages OriginalPaper. PPBS in higher education planning and management: Part III, perspectives and applications of policy analysis. Book reviews. J. Heywood, E. T. Balten. Good () cited modular approach to be modernizing the teaching process suited to learners to advance at their own best rate through passing unnecessary instruction and satisfying their needs, thus in individual cases, will be able to earn their degree in considerably shorter period of s: Shelby GT Barn Find and Appraisal That Buyer Uses To Pay Widow - Price Revealed - Duration: Jerry Heasley Recommended for you.