Be a great Teacher: Glance through 100 Teaching Methods

100 Teaching Methods for School/College  

Some of the common methods for teaching are direct instruction and oral recitation of questions. Read on, to find out better methods to value-add to your teaching activities.
  1. Direct Instruction
  2. A Group discussion between teacher and students
  3. Oral Recitation of questions
  4. Student Reports
  5. Teacher Presentations  
  6. Teacher Demonstrations of an activity
  7. Selected chair persons conduct a discussion
  8. Student group reports
  9. Debate
  10. Student discussion
  11. Forum discussions
  12. Bulletin Boards
  13. Quizzes
  14. Journal making
  15. Diary Writing
  16. Vocabulary Lists
  17. Crossword Puzzles
  18. Debate (UN Model style)
  19. Food of places studied
  20. Biography
  21. Examinations
  22. Art and Painting ideas
  23. Mind maps
  24. Doodles
  25. Auto-writing
  26. Jigsaw puzzles
  27. Flags
  28. Book reviews
  29. Hall of fame
  30. Alogrithms
  31. Flashcard Software
  32. Flowcharts and Algorithms
  33. Notebooks and Note management software
  34. Open Textbook examinations
  35. Drama
  36. Role play
  37. Field Trips
  38. Songs
  39. Models
  40. Audio-Video tutorials
  41. Mobile App interaction
  42. Maps
  43. OHP
  44. Globes, Props
  45. LCD Projector
  46. Laboratory experiments
  47. Skits
  48. Posters
  49. Diagrams, charts or graphs
  50. Puppets
  51. Poets
  52. Chalk and board
  53. Slides
  54. Film projector
  55. Radio programs
  56. Phone Conversations
  57. Television
  58. Theater movies
  59. Sand tables
  60. School affiliations
  61. Coaching
  62. Word association activity
  63. Scrap books
  64. Time Lines
  65. Statistical data
  66. Sociometric analysis
  67. Captio writing
  68. Put Idea into picture
  69. Form filling
  70. Letter writing
  71. E-mail writing
  72. Blogging
  73. White board
  74. Community programs
  75. Social programs
  76. Cleaning programs
  77. Cultural exchanges
  78. Making announcements
  79. Exchanging things
  80. Attending meetings
  81. Visiting Government offices
  82. Old magazines
  83. News paper cut-outs
  84. Students exchange
  85. Campaignw ork
  86. Conduct a series
  87. Help Guide work
  88. Fund raising
  89. Critical thinking
  90. Detect Propaganda
  91. Visit Old age homes and orphanages
  92. Giant map of classroom
  93. Research local historical sites
  94. Brainstorming
  95. Prayer, Anthems
  96. Speech Contests, Story telling
  97. Viva Interviews
  98. Essay writing
  99. Making Computer Animations
  100. Objective Tests

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