MILIKA ENVER NURKA
Authors country of origin: Albania
Institutional affiliation: University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali”, Department of Teaching and Albanian Education
Teaching methods in instruction developed as a replacement for “general pedagogical methods” since specific subjects require different approaches (e.g. the same teaching method cannot be efficiently applied to foreign language and physics classes). Teaching methods are a theoretical and practical system which in a scientifically established way describes and proscribes effective teaching methods of a specific subject or a group of related subjects.
Teaching methods (methodology) of a certain subject will use didactic knowledge about the individualization of the instructional process, teaching methods and didactic principles, the types of instruction and organization of instruction. In addition, the choice of appropriate teaching method and instruction in a specific situation will be influenced by the scientific and expert field of a certain subject, as well as the characteristics of the participants (their
psycho-social development, previous knowledge, interests etc).The basic question resulting from the previous definition of methodology or teaching methods is whether universal or general methodology in distance education is possible. In distance education general principles and different educational methods can be formulated, but every specific subject or area in distance education should use theoretical and practical principles of methodology developed especially for this subject or field. General didactic principles and available educational methods for online education should in practice always be adapted to specific methodical teaching approaches for a specific subject or field.
Volume 2.No.2(2019): December
ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)
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