USING SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH TO FORM PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES: EVIDENCE-BASED TEACHING STRATEGIES
- Ph.D. in Education Sciences, Associate Professor at Ovidius University of Constanta, Teacher Training Department.
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The modern trend in the field of education is to increase the active participation of learners during their learning process and to achieve this goal, it was necessary to seek the help of social sciences, especially since many of the fluctuations that occur in the individuals educational path are caused by external changes, such as those social and others. Discussing the evidence-based education tool through the social perspective is important in demonstrating more effective methods for its application, which results in the learners achieving more effective and beneficial learning outcomes inthe long term. Evidence-based teaching is essentially using instructional strategies and procedures that have been proven successful through social science and pedagogical research.It is easier for teachers to make decisions when creating instructional strategies to achieve better outcomes for learners given social and educational events when they incorporate effective teaching techniques backed by unequivocal scientific evidence.To gain a deeper understanding of how learners access education and discover the most effective teaching strategies, content design incorporates social science research and evidence-based learning by presenting different educational strategies, such as active learning, cooperative learning, and problem-based learning, in addition to the flipped learning strategy, technology integration, differentiated teaching, formative assessment, and classroom management from the perspective of evidence-based learning.These technologies have the potential to enable educators to create dynamic learning spaces that meet the unique needs of their students and enhance their academic and personal career advancement. Ultimately, these evidence-based practices are crucial in preparing learners for success in the digital age.
[Mona Badoi Hammami (2024); USING SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH TO FORM PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES: EVIDENCE-BASED TEACHING STRATEGIES Int. J. of Adv. Res. (Jan). 487-495] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/18145
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/18145
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