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  1. 1. PANEL DISCUSSION Presented by- Ms. Nidhi Chauhan M.Sc nursing previous Batch- 2017 Govt. College of Nursing, Jodhpur
  2. 2. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
  3. 3. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES  Instructional strategies are techniques teachers use to help students to become independent and strategic learner.  These are the overall plan for the teaching learning experience that involves the use of one or several methods of instructions to achieve the desired learning outcomes.
  4. 4. FACTORS INFLUENCING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES  Audience characteristics  Educator’s expertise  Objectives of learning  Potential for achieving learning outcomes  Cost effectiveness  Instructional settings  Evolving settings
  5. 5. BENEFITS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES  Step by step instructions  A variety of instructions approaches and learning materials.  Appropriate support that includes modeling, guided practice and independent practice.  Opportunities to transfer skills and ideas.  Tools for reflecting on the assessing own learning.
  6. 6. PANEL DISCUSSION
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION  Panel is a discussion in which a few persons carry on a conversation in front of the audience.  The discussion provides the equal opportunities in the instructional situations to every participant.  Panel discussion is a specific format used in a meeting, conference or convention.
  8. 8. DEFINITIONS-  “Panel discussion is a discussion in which a few people carry on a conversation in front of the audience.” -R. Sudha  “ The panel method is a discussion in which 4-8 persons who are qualified to talk about the topic, sit and discuss a given problem or the topic, in front of large group or audience.” - Prof. Harry A Overstreet
  9. 9. PURPOSES  It stimulates thoughts and discussion and clarifies thinking.  It influences the facts, opinions and plans  It influences the audience to an open minded attitude and respect  It can be helpful to stimulate discussion and developing group opinions.
  10. 10. CHARACTERISTICS  To organize teaching at reflective level.  Develops the ability for problem solving.  Helps to understand the nature, problem and theme for discussion.  Develops ability of presentation of theme.  Helps in creative thinking.  Develops right type of attitude.
  11. 11. TYPES OF PANEL DISCUSSION Panel discussion Public panel Educational panel
  12. 12. PUBLIC PANEL DISCUSSION  It is used for common man.  It is used to provide factual information regarding current problem.  It determines social values of current issues. Example- Unemployment, Annual Budget, Job delinking, Increase in prize of things.
  13. 13. EDUCATIONAL PANEL DISCUSSION  It is used in educational institutions.  It is used to provide conceptual knowledge and clarification of certain theories and principles.  It provides solution of certain problems. Examples- Scope of educational technology in our country, examination reform, population education etc.
  14. 14. MEMBERS OF PANEL DISCUSSION
  15. 15. INSTRUCTOR  Plays an important role in panel discussion.  Plan how, when and where the panel discussion organized.  Prepare the schedule for panel discussion.  Rehearsals also planned.
  16. 16. MODERATOR  Keeps the interaction on theme and encourage interaction among members.  Summarizes and highlights the points.  Should have mastery over the theme or problem of the discussion.
  17. 17. PANELISTS  There are 4-10 panelists in the discussion.  Members sits in the semi circle shape infront of the audience.  The moderator sits in the middle of the panelists.  All the panelists should have mastery over the topic.
  18. 18. AUDIENCE  Audience are allowed to put questions and seek clarification.  They can put forward their point of view and their experience regarding the theme.  The panelists clarify the doubts.
  19. 19. PROCEDURE Part A- Putting a panel together Part B- Planning a panel discussion Part C- Moderating a panel discussion
  20. 20. PUTTING A PANEL TOGETHER PART -A
  21. 21. 1. SELECT A TOPIC
  22. 22. 2. RECRUIT VARIANT PARTICIPANTS
  23. 23. 3. INVITE A MODERATOR
  24. 24. 4. PLAN THE PHYSICAL SETUP
  25. 25. PLANNING A PANEL DISCUSSION PART -B
  26. 26. 1. FIGURE OUT THE GOALS OF THE PANEL
  27. 27. 2. DECIDE HOW LONG THE PANEL SHOULD LAST
  28. 28. 3. CONSIDER STARTING WITH INDIVIDUAL LECTURES
  29. 29. 4. TRY TO AVOID VISUAL PRESENTATIONS
  30. 30. 5. WRITE QUESTIONS FOR THE PANELISTS
  31. 31. 6. PLAN OUT THE REST OF THE PANEL
  32. 32. 7. INTRODUCE THE PANELISTS TO EACH OTHER IN ADVANCE
  33. 33. MODERATING A PANEL DISCUSSION PART-C
  34. 34. 1. CONVINCE PEOPLE TO SIT IN THE FRONT ROW
  35. 35. 2. BRIEFLY INTRODUCE THE PANEL AND EACH PARTICIPANT
  36. 36. 3. INVOLVE THE AUDIENCE EARLY
  37. 37. 4. ASK THE PANELISTS THE PREPARED QUESTIONS
  38. 38. 5. FOLLOW THROUGH WITH YOUR OWN QUESTIONS AS NECESSARY
  39. 39. 6. GET A TIMEKEEPER
  40. 40. 7. KEEP THE PANELISTS ON TASK
  41. 41. 8. COLLECT QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE
  42. 42. 9. THANK EVERYONE INVOLVED
  43. 43. ADVANTAGES OF PANEL DISCUSSION  Encourages social learning.  Higher cognitive and affective objectives are achieved.  Used to develop ability of problem solving and logical thinking.  Develops capacity to respect others ideas and feelings and ability to tolerate.  It provides opportunities to assimilation of theme and content.
  44. 44. DISADVANTAGES OF PANEL DISCUSSION  One member of the group can dominate the discussion.  There is the possibility to split the group in two subgroups.  There are chances to deviate from the theme of discussion.  If panelists belong to different groups, it may not create appropriate learning situation.
  45. 45. LIMITATIONS  Chances to deviate from theme at the time of discussion.  Some members dominate the discussion and do not provide the opportunities to participate others.  Possibility to split the group in two subgroups. i.e. for and against the theme.
  46. 46. SUMMERY
  47. 47. CONCLUSION

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