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What is Teaching-Learning

Redesigning Teaching, Leadership, and Indigenous Education in the 21st Century
The process of knowledge dissemination and knowledge acquisition.
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Innovations in Teaching-Learning and Evaluation: An Overview of Processes Undertaken at CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Jyothi Kumar (CHRIST University (Deemed), India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5557-6.ch015
The term ‘teaching-learning' intrinsically expresses the ongoing learning process that every educator constantly experiences; to teach is to learn and to engage in knowledge updation continually. Indeed, it may be argued that the very basis of being a teacher is the facilitation of one's own learning opportunities and skill sets. In investigating the evolution of teaching-learning processes at CHRIST, one may define the university's growth using the key concept of ‘innovation'. Whether it be the humanities, social sciences, life sciences, or business studies, innovations in teaching-learning methods are imperative in any globally conscious education system today. Two of the key areas of focus in terms of innovations in the teaching learning process are the practical application of knowledge and learnt skills.
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Framework to Navigate the Virtual Classroom Space
The process of transmission of knowledge, imparting skills and formations of attitudes, values and behaviour between teacher and student.
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