Teaching Strategies


Every now and then, you may get a class that you just can’t seem to keep interested. No matter what you do, it seems like all of the students are bored out of their minds.

If students aren’t paying attention, and their minds are wandering, then they are not absorbing any of the information that you are giving them to pass your class. Here are Six teaching strategies that you can do to keep your class interested and engaged.


As a successful elementary teacher, explaining with clarity is the first and the foremost requirement. Clearly explaining the goals and purposes of any lesson; clarifying both during and before and after the lesson, is essential. Students tend to be inquisitive at this stage. Hence, students raising any kind of questions should be clearly answered by the teacher and this should be done with patience.

2.      Make it Interactive

A traditional classroom setting, where the teacher is standing in the front of the classroom lecturing to students as they take notes, is boring. If you want your students to be interested in what you are teaching them, you must make it interactive. Get them involved in everything that you are teaching. Try the jigsaw cooperative learning method, where students work together as a team to learn and complete a task. Each student is responsible for their own part, but must work as a group in order to complete the task. By involving students and making it hands-on, you are engaging them and making them interested in the content that they need to learn.

3.      Give Students Choices

Choice menus aren’t just for elementary and middle school students. High school students will be just as happy when they get the opportunity to choose what, and how they will learn content.  Choice board menu options are endless. You can create a menu for any subject, topic, or concept that you want. You can create different choice boards based on the student. Struggling students can work on one board while more advanced students can work on another. It’s not only a great way to differentiate learning, but it keeps students interested and engaged as well.

4.       Relate Material to Students’ Lives

Try and create a real-world connection to what students are learning, so that it will give them a better understanding of why they need to learn what you are teaching them. If your students are constantly asking you why they need to learn something, and you always are answering with “because” you will soon lose your credibility with your students. Instead, try giving them a real answer like “You are learning about money because in the real world you need to know how to use it if you want to survive. You need to know how to buy food and pay your bills.” By giving them a real answer you are helping them connect that they must learn what they are learning for their future.

5.      Use Technology

Technology is what students live and breathe every day. If you want to make your class the most interesting class that everyone loves to go to, then you must incorporate some kind of technology. Instead of lecturing and having students take notes, use a smartboard and have students come up to the board and interact. Instead of giving students a quiz on paper, use a computer or a tablet. Instead of having students work on a project together, have them video conference with another class from another country and work with them on the project. Utilize technology in your classroom and your students will be interested and engaged in what they are learning.

Overall, talk less and involve students more. The more you make your class interactive and the more that you utilize technology, the more your students will enjoy what they are learning.

6.      FEEDBACK

Feedback, both of the learning procedure and the teaching procedure, is essential and should be provided by every elementary teacher. Teachers should provide for both individual and whole group feedbacks on patterns that lead to, not only individual but collective growth of the class as a whole unit. Students should also be provided with an opportunity to give feedback with regard to the teaching procedure, so that as the teacher you can flexibly adjust your teaching process, the materials you provide and other instructions in accordance with the student’s need.

INDOSS provides you a Teaching Courses, The first of which you are taught Teaching Strategies.


B.Ed Admission 2014 from IGNOU

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi has invited applications for admission to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programme for the commencing session 2014-2015.

Duration:  2 years Maximum period allowed for completion of the programme will be 4 years Medium of Instruction: English and Hindi

Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates, who want to apply for admission to the B.Ed programme , should have a UGC recognised bachelor’s degree or a higher degree with 50 percent marks from a recognized university.

Serving teachers with two years full time teaching experience in a Government or Government Recognized Primary/Sec/Sr. Sec School with registration number can also apply. The requisite teaching experience of 2 years must be completed on or before the last date of submission of application as notified.

For more details on eligibility criteria, candidates are required to visit the official website of the university.

How to Apply:
Interested and eligible candidates can obtain the student handbook and prospectus from the Registrar (SRD), IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068 or from any Regional Centre of IGNOU by sending a sum of Rs 1,050 through a Demand Draft/IPO in favour of IGNOU, payable at New Delhi/city of Regional Centre concerned.

Candidates can also obtain the same by paying Rs 1,000 in cash at the respective sales counters.

Application form and prospectus can also be downloaded from the official website of IGNOU, i.e. http://www.ignou.ac.in and sent along with a DD/IPO for Rs 1,050 in favour of IGNOU, payable at New Delhi / city of Regional Centre.

Filled in applications must reach, the Registrar (SED), IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi – 110068, by registered post/speed post.

Selection Procedure:
Candidates will have to clear an entrance exam conducted by the university to get admission to the course.

Important Dates:
Last date for submission of application form: July 15, 2014.
Date of entrance exam: August 17, 2014.

Maharshi Dayanand B.Ed Admission for 2014-2015 Session

About MDU

Maharshi Dayanand University established as Rohtak University, Rohtak, came into existence by an Act No. 25 of 1975 of the Haryana Legislative Assembly in 1976 with the objective to promote inter-disciplinary higher education and research in the fields of environmental, ecological and life sciences. It was rechristened as Maharshi Dayanand University in 1977 after the name of a great visionary and social reformer, Maharshi Dayanand.  It had a unitary and residential character in its nascent stage, but became an affiliating University in November 1978. The University secured the recognition of University Grants Commission – the higher education regulatory body of India – for central Govt. grants in Feb. 1983.

The University is located at Rohtak in the state of Haryana – about 75 kms from Delhi on Delhi-Hisar National Highway (NH-10), and is about 240 kms from Chandigarh, the State Capital. It is well connected both by rail as well as road. Rohtak is the education hub of the State with excellent facilities for education in all fields of knowledge.

The University campus, spread over an area of over 665.44 acres, is well laid with state-of-the-art buildings and magnificent road network, and presents a spectacle of harmony in architecture and natural beauty. Educational and research programmes are offered through its 36 departments. There are as many as 10 Teaching Blocks, 10 Hostels with another 10 in the offing, an elegant Vivekananda Library with 6 off-shoots, the majestic Tagore Auditorium equipped with modern gadgetry and amenities, spectacular Students Activities Centre, Campus School, Health Centre, Faculty House, Sports Stadium, Swimming Pool, Multipurpose Gymnasium Hall, Community Centre, Printing Press, Canteens, Shopping Complex, and an Administrative Block. About 550  residential units are available for the faculty members and non-teaching staff. There is  a very robust Campus Wide Network – an amalgam of cable and wi-fi technologies, with 1 Gbps internet connectivity.  A serene ‘Yajanshala’ addresses  the spiritual and health needs of the campus community. Branches of State Bank of India and Central Co-operative Bank are the other facilities  available on the Campus.

Besides, the University runs some programmes through its Indira Gandhi P.G. Regional Centre, Meerpur (Rewari) and University Institute of Law & Management Studies (ULIMS), Gurgaon. The Regional Centre offers  nine P.G. Programmes, while UILMS offers two.

B.Ed Course from MDU

As far as the educational stream is concerned Haryana is doing extremely good. People from far off places attain their education from Haryana Bachelor of education which we also call B.ed is one of the best degree offered by Haryana’s goverment. B.ED is mandatory for teaching profession in higher primary and higher School. MDU B.Ed Admission Open for 2013-2014 Session. B.Ed is a course offered for those who are interested in pursuing career in teaching.

teachingStudent can also apply for Admission in JBT MDU Rohtak. Through Haryana’s government University duration of B.Ed is one year.In Haryana B.Ed is mainly offered by CDLU( Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa),MDU(Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak ) and KUK(Kurkshetra University). Kurukshetra University B.Ed, JBT Admission Process Done in last year but in 2013 B.Ed Admission Process of counseling will be taken by CDLU. Common application forms are provided for all three university i.e Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa (CDLU),MDU(Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak ) and KUK(Kurkshetra University) through which student can enroll themselves online.Every year MDU B.Ed Admission counselling task is done by either KUK university or MDU. But this year(2013-2014) task of counseling will be undertaken by Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa (CDLU).Earlier Procedure for counselling is handled by both the University on alternate year for example during year 2012 KUK University B.Ed Admission has got opportunity of handling counseling part and before that it was undertaken by MDU. But this year task of counseling will be undertaken by Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa (CDLU). Candidate has to fill this form online for enrollment purpose.

“Candidate has to go through with following procedure to get them enrolled in the University”

1)Online Form Filling

2)Submission of Counseling fee in bank

3)Choice filling of college

4) Getting Allotment letter

5)Depositing fee and documents in College

6)Commencement of classes

Candidate can enroll themselves by simply visiting website of MDU, KUK or CDLU. After filling form with required details, a control number and password will get generate. Information about only those candidates, whose admission status has seen reported online, will be forwarded to Registration Branch of respective Universities. Admission of candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from other university shall be provisional subject to verification of the eligibility by the Registration Branch of the university concerned. Once the student will get their control number and password they will get a registration number through which they need to pay approx Rs.1000 for challan in bank for the counseling.

Another step is to select college; for that choice of different college is given to the student from which student can select number of colleges. Basically colleges are allotted on the base of merit (marks). By Online process, Candidate got to know about the college where he has been enrolled. That online enrollment form helps students to attain admission in that particular college where they has enrolled by paying mentioned fees.

Then the final step through which student can educate them is by attending classes where well trained teachers are employed to train the student so that they can become good teachers and can make their dream come true by achieving their goals. In order to have complete details about course student can visit related sites also. Know more about

B.ED:- Objective : After doing this course a candidate can get the jobs in Government as well as Private sectors. A directly enrolled student will be awarded with Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.) degree in successfully completion of it.

Eligibility : A candidate seeking admission for B.Ed. Course must have three years Bachelor Degree (with minimum 50% marks) from a recognized university.

Duration : 1 Year Exam Schedule : June-July 2014(tentative)


Candidates with at least 50% marks either in the Bachelor Degree and /or in the Master’s Degree of Kurukshetra University, Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak, C.D.L.U, Sirsa or any other Qualification recognized as equivalent thereto are eligible for admission to the programme. . OR Shastri Degree 3-year (with or without English)/ Acharya Degree 2-year with 50% marks in aggregate from statutory university/ Institutions. Note: (i) There shall be no rounding off of percentage of marks of the qualifying examination from 0.5% and above to next higher number for determining the eligibility i.e. 49.5% and above will not be rounded off to 50%. (ii) 45% marks for SC/ST candidates. (iii) 45% marks for Blind /Physically Handicapped and visually/Hearing Impaired candidates.

(iv) In case a candidate has passed the Master Degree Examination also after Bachelor Degree, the higher percentage of marks obtained in either of the two will be taken into consideration while preparing the merit (v) Compartmental candidates will not be allowed admission in B.Ed.(Regular Course) in any Selection for Admission: Admission to B.Ed will be made strictly on the basis of merit of marks obtained in qualifying examination. No extra weightage of any kind will be given. In case two or more candidates in the merit list have equal percentage of marks, one who is senior in age will be considered for admission. If the age in such cases is also the same, the admission will be given to the candidate having consistently better academic record. The merit list of selected candidates group wise/category wise will be available at the enquiry counter of the Directorate and/or at website. If the reserved seats for any category remain vacant, the same will be filled up from the candidates of the same group in the waiting list. Candidates are advised to attach all the documents and testimonials along with their application form for determining their eligibility. The selected candidates will be required to produce their original documents at the time of admission within prescribed time for verification before they are allowed to deposit their dues. Admission will be refused if any documents submitted/produced by the candidates are/are found false/bogus or the information filled in the application form is found to be incorrect or the qualifying examination passed by him/her from the other university/board has not been recognised by the M.D. University, Rohtak.

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B.ED from Delhi University

About Delhi University (DU)


Central Institute of Education (CIE), now known also as the Department of Education of the University of Delhi, was perhaps the first major institute of professional learning and research in Education that was established since independence. The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his first Education Minister, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad took considerable interest in CIE’s establishment in 1947 and its activities and progress in those early years.  Maulana Azad visualized the function of CIE not merely to “turn out teachers who will be ‘model teachers’, but to evolve into a research centre for solving new educational problems of the country”.  Maulana prophesized that CIE would grow into “a beacon light for training institutions of the country”. Over these past decades, CIE has indeed grown into a pace-setting institution in Teacher Education and Educational Research. Recognized as the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education (IASE) and having launched the Maulana Azad Centre for Elementary and Social Education (MACESE), CIE has shaped its unique philosophy, which finds reflection in its academic programmes

DU B.Ed Admission 2014| Form |Process | Notice |DU Correspondence | Distance B.Ed Admission 2014 |Eligibility |Cut Off| Result |Last Date DU B.Ed Admission 2014-15

Applicants are invited by university of delhi (du),for admission to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed ) Course commencing in the session July 2014

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Programme of DU aims at developing the understanding and competencies required by practicing teachers for effective teaching and learning process at the secondary stage

Duration of the course: The minimum duration for the programme at DU is one year.

Admission: Admission in B.Ed at DU shall be done but the candidates will be required to submit the filled in application form with attested copy of documents’ as specified in entrance cum admission form

DU B.Ed Admission Eligibility:

Eligibility criteria (for graduates)

1 bachelor’s degree on any other qualification recognized equivalent there to from the University of Delhi or any other recognized university with minimum of 50% marks aggregate

2 The candidate should have studied two (teaching) subjects for at least 200 (hundred)marks each at graduate level, and should have obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks in each of the two subjects

Eligibility criteria (for Honors Graduates)

1 Honor’s degree from the university or any other qualification recognized equivalent there from any other recognized university, with a subject and with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.

2 Should have studied the honors graduation in one subject with a total marks than 400, and should have obtained at least 50% aggregate marks in the subject

Eligibility criteria (for Post Graduates)

1 A master’s degree or any other qualification recognized equivalent thereto in any one of the subjects from the university of delhi or any other recognized university, with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

2 If the candidate intends to teach a different subject (other than Masters Subject as a second subject). The candidate should have studied one subject for at least 200(two hundred) marks at the graduate level and obtained 50% aggregate.


1 A master’s degree or any other qualification recognized equivalent thereto from the university of delhi or any other recognized university, with at least 50% marks in aggregate in a subject not mentioned in list-I or List- II Such candidates should have studied two school (teaching)subjects for at lest 200(hundred)marks each at graduate level

2 The candidate would br required to select two teaching subjects, should have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in each of the two subjects studied

Subjects List :-

  • List-I : Art, Bangla, Biological Science, Chemistry, Economics, English, Geography, Hindi History, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil Urdu.
  • List-II : Commerce, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology.
  • List-III : Integrated Science, Social Science, Hindi (Level-C), Maths (Level-C)

Following Educational Qualification are not Eligible :- B.Tech, B.C.A, B.Com, B.B.E, B.B.S, M.B.A, B.A (Vocational Subjects)

How to apply for B.Ed at DU (Delhi University)

1 Visit the website @ http://www.du.ac.in.and please go through the Instructions for filling online B.Ed form given in Appendix-I of B.Ed Prospectus.

2 Check your eligibility according to the eligibility criteria

3 One will have to submit the entrance test fees before filling the online form fees payment gateway mode or by demand draft made in favor of Registrar University of Delhi payable at Delhi. After submitting the fees through one of the modes, applicants are required to note down details of fees the transaction ID if payment is made by payment gateway. If Demand draft, the DD number and other details need to be noted down

Important Dates :-

  • Online Registration Available Date : 20-03-2014 to 18-04-2014
  • Entrance Test Date : 01-01-2014 (Sunday)
  • First Counseling List : 23-06-2014
  • Second Counseling List : 04-07-2014
  • Third Counseling List : 14-07-2014

DU B.Ed Entrance Test: All candidates are required to appear in the Entrance Test. It consists of two parts and can be taken in either English or Hindi

1 Part A consist of General awareness, Reasoning and language comprehension (compulsory for all candidates)

2 Part B(i) and B(ii) of the entrance test will assess the candidates teaching aptitude and understanding on the stream of their chosen subjects up to class XII

3 Part C of the Entrance test is exactly attempted by Honors Graduates with English, Hindi & Sanskrit subjects along with Part-A ( which is compulsory for all steams)

The Entrance Test will be held on June, 2014 Hall tickets will be provided to the candidates before 10days of the Entrance Test. Incase of non-receipt of Hall Ticket 3 days before the date of entrance Test

Procedure for Selection: Preparation of Merit list based on Entrance Test Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the entrance test depending on their rank in the merit list of their respective category and stream. A list of candidates selected will be prepared strictly in order of merit, based on their performance in the Entrance Test and their preference of institutions during allotment Counseling. In the case of a tie, the candidate older in age shall rank higher.

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B.Ed Admission in delhi for 2013 – 2014 Session

Without Entrance B.Ed Admission -2013

Admission Open – 2013

One yr Program in Nursery Teacher Training
one yr Program in Primary Teacher training
without Entrance B.Ed Admission – 2013

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