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Learning Through Team Centric Exercise & Key Point Pedagogy- An Effective Learning Model for Slow Learners in Social Work Higher Education Training

M. D., Pradeep and Aithal, Sreeramana (2015): Learning Through Team Centric Exercise & Key Point Pedagogy- An Effective Learning Model for Slow Learners in Social Work Higher Education Training. Published in: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Development , Vol. 2, No. 9 (September 2015): pp. 265-270.

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Abstract

Information collected by the human mind will be correlated with the aware concepts and skills to satisfy the desired purpose. Knowledge guides to assume, use, adopt and control both physical and societal changes. Application of knowledge encourages critical or experimental understanding to constitute wisdom. The potentiality and usage of knowledge depend on upon the utilization of information. Higher education institutions have to ensure transmission and dissemination of information among students who aspires to take up social work as their career. The postgraduate students should be oriented towards theoretical, ideological, legal, ethical and practical implications of each subject prescribed under their curriculum. Labour Legislation is very important subject for the Human Resource and Industrial Relation specialization students, who are willing to become HR professionals in corporate sectors. The subject comprises legal intricacies’ of welfare, wage, industrial relation, social security and environmental speculations for the institutionalized labour force in India hence, the subject seems to be difficult for the students who perceived their under-graduation in other than English medium. The teacher should make the teaching effective and interesting by adopting innovative pedagogy to facilitate learning in this subject. ‘Team Centric Exercise & Key Point Pedagogy’ a new learning Model for the slow learners in social work subjects is developed and presented in this research paper, named as ‘Pradeep consistent learning Model' which inter-link learning environment, pedagogy, and interest of learners thereby improve learning abilities of the average and slow learners consistently.

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