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Chapter-05 Principles and Maxims of Teaching

BOOK TITLE: Nursing Education Made Easy

Author
1. Raj D Elakkuvana Bhaskara
ISBN
9789386261571
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/18055_6
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2018
Pages
8
Author Affiliations
1. Padmashree Institute of Nursing, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Indira Gandhi School and College of Nursing, Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, India
Chapter keywords
Teaching, psychological principle, general principle, child centeredness, remedial teaching, conductive environment, effective strategy, flexibility, self-education, stimulation

Abstract

This chapter describes the principles and maxims of teaching. The educators and philosophers have emphasized certain principles of teaching, which the teachers expected to bear in mind for making, their teaching effective, efficient and inspirational. Principles are classified as psychological and general principles. Psychological principles of teaching include principles of activity or learning by doing, principles of play way, principle of motivation, principle of self-education, principle of individual differences, principle of goal setting, principle of stimulation, principle of association, principle of readiness, principle of effect, principle of exercise or repetition, principle of change and rest, principle of feedback and reinforcement, principle of training of senses, principle of group dynamic, principle of creativity, and principle of correlation. General principles of teaching include principle of child centeredness, principle of individual differences, principle of linking with life, principle of correlation, principle of active involvement and participation of students, principle of cooperation, principle of remedial teaching, principle of creating conductive environment, principle of planning, principle of effective strategies, principle of flexibility, principle of variety, and principle of activity.

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