• Dr. Meghana N. Vyas



A teaching technique is a tool used to successfully provide instruction to participants. It is made up of the ideas and methods of education. Class involvement, demonstration, recital, memory, case study, presentations, or a mix of these are common teaching approaches. The choice of teaching technique or methods to be employed is mostly determined by the material or skill being taught, and it may also be impacted by the students' ability and passion. Traditional teaching methods are employed in most of our country's educational institutions. In this manner, teachers demonstrate the concept of the lesson using chalk and a chalkboard, or by using assistance materials such as lessons printed on paper, power point presentations, case studies. Debates, field visits, Practical sessions etc. A typical classroom consists of a normal curriculum presented in person by a teacher. Standardized examinations are given to pupils at regular intervals to assess their comprehension. This paradigm maintains students' time, location, and speed of learning consistent. This study attempted to investigate the students' perceptions on traditional learning. A questionnaire was developed, and around 168 responses were gathered from Mumbai, Maharashtra. The acquired data was evaluated using the mean, frequency, percentage, and Standard deviation. According to the data, students believe that traditional learning is an active learning approach in which they prefer the Chalk and board method, practical sessions, and interactive sessions more and that it is more successful than any other way. It was suggested that there should be more emphasis on the present scenario in the curriculum rather than past learnings, that there should be a good understanding between teacher and student for more interactive sessions, that every module concept should be related to daily life examples, which will make that topic much easier to understand for all students.



2022-12-23 — Updated on 2022-12-23





How to Cite

TRADITIONAL LEARNING: STUDENTS INSIGHTS. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 3986-3995.