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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7551-7558


NEW TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND STYLES IN RESPONSE TO 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS

Sandip Sutradhar, Puja Sorong.


Abstract

With the changes of society, new methods of teaching and learning have emerged to cope with the situation for betterment of teaching and learning, and we have started to adopt new methods of teaching and learning in our teaching learning process. The 21st century is primarily an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) age in which we can obtain all information with the click of a single button; the entire world has become a global village to us. Education is very dynamic in nature, so with the time period, the teaching methodology and techniques of teaching should also be changed according to the needs of the students. Now the digital platform is one of the convenient, cost-effective mediums for learning and it makes our lives easier and learning takes place faster than before. This paper is written with the help of secondary data sources. For the purpose of this study, the researchers use literature review and content analysis. Throughout the paper, the researchers emphasised 21st century learners and new teaching methodology and styles in response to 21st century learners.

Key words: Teaching learning, 21st century, Teaching methodology, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Dynamic, Convenient, Cost-effective, Methods and techniques of teaching






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