LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE SUPERFICIALLY UNDERSTOOD PROCEDURES, IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
The teaching methodology represents a concern of an important number of publications. This paper reiterates the issue from a curriculum point of view and with highlights of manners of implying the methodology of teaching into the nowadays educational and instructional process.
A brief presentation of the place and the role of teaching methodology within the learning situation context is the topic of the first part of the paper. A second part details some consideration about classical and modern in teaching methodology focused on learning. A special focused is given for the debates on the lights and shadows of the instruction with less of without guidance. This is based on a brief presentation of what the specialty literature presents.
Final considerations stemming from a long term practice in the educational field on all its levels highlight some ideas about the dangerous effects of exclusive methodological approaches in teaching. A personal opinion is presented. The paper intends to debate an important aspect of educational practice: the tendency to work according to what it is fashionable and not genuinely taking into consideration the real aim of the instructional process: developing effective competencies of the representatives of the new generation, aiming to build a more effective future of human society.
The day to day reality shows as being really important to be concern about the wrong focuses of the new educational practices.
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