Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Usage and Effectiveness of Innovative Practices of Teaching-Learning in Higher Education
Dr. Mohammed Shafiuddin,Prof. Waleed Mahmoud Mohamed Hmedat , Dr. Osman Bin Salam , Mr. Bakhtawar Durrani , Ms. Ghada Mohammed Al Nassibi
Motivation of students in higher education has been practiced since the dawn of time. It is an effort that must be quantified (based on outcomes) for improved management/teaching techniques. Education was viewed as an instrument in the modern age that would lead to the growth and development of people and help them sustain their living conditions efficiently. Individuals who enroll in educational institutions and pursue education not only increase their knowledge, grasp of academic subjects, and lesson plans, but they also develop into moral and ethical human beings. It is vital to create an environment in educational institutions of all levels that allows members to feel comfortable and focus on their job obligations in a well- organized manner. It was ensured in the modern time that personsshould be well-equipped in terms of technology usage and use modern, scientific, technical, and pioneering approaches in the implementation of duties and activities. Individuals made significant contributions to the well-ordered and satisfactory completion of tasks and activities by employing these strategies. This paper is empirical. Primary data is collected through structured interview schedule. Five hundred teachers were chosen for this study working in colleges in Delhi. According to the findings, the employment of innovative approaches in educational institutions has thepotential to not only improve education, but also to empower people, strengthen governance, and galvanize the effort to fulfill the country's human development goal.
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