28.07.2019-281 views -Situational Teaching Version
Situational Educating Model
Dr . El Ghrari Halima, Mohammed V University,
The presentation regarding " Situational teaching styles” can be detailed under the endeavors aiming at producing the Moroccan educational system through the rendering of more flexible and more adjustable teaching styles. The importance on this presentation lies in the fact which it summarizes the first publication in Morocco that techniques the issue of instructing styles by a management perspective and, at the same time, tries to go beyond the conventional issue that narrows the product range of teaching models down to two: the democratic and the authoritarian styles. Furthermore, the publication recommends different teaching models that change according to the teacher's situation. Of equal importance, the book asks many questions relevant to teaching styles and tries practical answers inspired by studies required for the field of Company Behavior and Situational Leadership (Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard Model)
The approach based on flexibility and adaptability. Hence, we delineate the most crucial characteristics and behavioral qualities of each teaching styles depending the students' readiness level. The aim of the book is the improvement of students' abilities so that the authoritative teaching design can be avoided, and replaced by a democratic teaching style based upon involvement and leaving you students to be responsible for their very own self learning and training and ready to overcome the challenges of the positive effect and fast change.
Moroccan College or university is having administrative and academic reforms aiming at the development of it is educational condition and improving the educating environment and creating encouraging work circumstances and proposing teaching variations that are way more versatile and flexible with different situations and new students' requirements. The school reform belong to the general context of modify Morocco happens to be undergoing in different fields in order to cope with the modern evolutions, meet up with new requirements of the positive effect and facing economic, cultural, scientific and political problems of 20 or so first century. The hope becomes influenced by education to pay the elevating emptiness in the spiritual and ethical ideals, to face the current and upcoming challenges, to consolidate the democratic guidelines, and to prepare students to overcome the faced complications and imposed challenged. The above mentioned statements demonstrate the enormous responsibility imposed upon teacher. The teachers become required to accomplish new and multiples jobs that go beyond his traditional role expertise transfer. The next roles seem likely to establish twenty initial century educator in The other agents: to provide democratic education depending on participation and dialogue, to encourage students' creation and innovation, to make sure effective communication, to make the proper decisions. But for succeed in the above roles educator must develop his/her leadership ability " the hierarchical bureaucratic organizational structures which may have defined schooling since the onslaught of scientific management cave in to devices that are even more organic, more decentralized, and even more professionally managed. Leadership is definitely dispersed and connected to competence for required tasks instead of to formal position. Self-reliance and solitude replaced simply by cooperative job. Further, the conventional structural alignment in educational institutions is outweighed by focus on the human component. The goal is no longer the maintenance of the company infrastructure but instead the development of human resources Developing learning climates, and organizational adaptivity replaces a lot more traditional focus on uncovering and applying the main one best model of performance. A premium is placed in organizational overall flexibility. The metaphors being developed for this new design intended for schools – for example , coming from " teacher as worker " to " tutor as leader” – effectively portray...