- Knowledge is like a garden: If it is not cultivated, it cannot be harvested.
- “Tell me and I will forget show me and I will remember do it with me and I will know
- This means knowledge is a result of telling, showing and doing “actively” with learners (trainees) in a teaching process
- Teaching focuses on three fundamental elements and processes
- The cognitive process is related to knowledge
- It appeals mainly to our mind or intellect.
- This knowledge affects our responses and reactions to situations
- New Ideas
- Organization of existing Knowledge/ideas
- Ability to identify facts which explain the existence or absence of particular matter.
- Ideas which can convince or persuade someone in an argument.
- Ability to determine the interconnection between two or more things.
- One’s ability to create alternative ways of doing something.
- One’s ability to organise ideas and thoughts when making a verbal or written presentation:-
- a) Ideas, facts, figures, numbers and symbols.
- b) Inter-relationship between such facts, ideas, figures, numbers, symbols e.t.c.
- Refers to skills acquired through the teaching/learning situation
- How we learn to co-ordinate and use our hands, heads, legs and other parts of our bodies
- Ability to play any or all ball games
- Soccer, Basketball, Netball, Rugby
- On becoming effective athletes and gymnastics.
- Undertaking any other trade, skill or craft.
- Feelings and attitudes
- Our feelings and attitudes reflect the values we are associated with
- Positive and negative Values
- teaching seeks to promote positive values and attitudes while at the same time gradually