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Effect of Instructional Strategies on Learner Motivation in Briefing Stages of Micro Teaching Sessions with Special Reference to Motivational Multimedia


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The study investigated the effects of the three different instructional strategies used in briefing sessions of Microteaching Lesson about the skill of stimulus variation as it relates to the motivation of pupil teachers. Motivation of pupil teacher is assessed by ARCS model of John Keller in Indian conditions. Motivation scale was further standardized and adapted by the author by using factor analysis and alpha Cronbach's. The purpose of this investigation was to identify how different instructional strategies affected learner motivation in a workplace training situation. Three formats were selected for evaluation i.e. Power Point presentations that consisted of still slides with demonstrations of techniques discussed, lecture presentations by experts on the subjects that included use of overhead projector as well as demonstration of skills, and the motivational designed applications that utilized an interactive Motivational Multimedia Format. These three instructional methods are considered as the representative of methods frequently used in the workplace. The proposed study has its inbuilt significance as it will dwell upon the most effective instructional strategies which lead to enhancement of the motivation amongst the learners. The participants in the present research were 93 pupil teachers, including participating in control group, experimental group 1, and experimental group 2, enrolled in three different sections of B. Ed. at Department of Education, Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa during the winter 2012. The study adopted pre-test, post-test, control group, quasi-experimental designs with 2x3 factorial matrixes. Instruments used were practice teaching skill rating scales and learner motivation tool. Data was analyzed by using ANOVA, analysis of covariance, factorial designs etc. It has emerged that there is significant main effect of instructional strategies on motivation level of teacher trainees in briefmg session of micro teaching lesson about teaching skills.

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Microteaching, Practicum Sessions. Briefing And Debriefing Stage, Learner Motivation Based on ARCs Model
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Vandana Punia
Department of Education, Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa, Haryana, India

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The study investigated the effects of the three different instructional strategies used in briefing sessions of Microteaching Lesson about the skill of stimulus variation as it relates to the motivation of pupil teachers. Motivation of pupil teacher is assessed by ARCS model of John Keller in Indian conditions. Motivation scale was further standardized and adapted by the author by using factor analysis and alpha Cronbach's. The purpose of this investigation was to identify how different instructional strategies affected learner motivation in a workplace training situation. Three formats were selected for evaluation i.e. Power Point presentations that consisted of still slides with demonstrations of techniques discussed, lecture presentations by experts on the subjects that included use of overhead projector as well as demonstration of skills, and the motivational designed applications that utilized an interactive Motivational Multimedia Format. These three instructional methods are considered as the representative of methods frequently used in the workplace. The proposed study has its inbuilt significance as it will dwell upon the most effective instructional strategies which lead to enhancement of the motivation amongst the learners. The participants in the present research were 93 pupil teachers, including participating in control group, experimental group 1, and experimental group 2, enrolled in three different sections of B. Ed. at Department of Education, Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa during the winter 2012. The study adopted pre-test, post-test, control group, quasi-experimental designs with 2x3 factorial matrixes. Instruments used were practice teaching skill rating scales and learner motivation tool. Data was analyzed by using ANOVA, analysis of covariance, factorial designs etc. It has emerged that there is significant main effect of instructional strategies on motivation level of teacher trainees in briefmg session of micro teaching lesson about teaching skills.

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Microteaching, Practicum Sessions. Briefing And Debriefing Stage, Learner Motivation Based on ARCs Model