• Dr. Arvind Kr. Gill Assistant Professor, Maharaja Surajmal Institute
  • Dr. Kusum Assistant Professor, Maharaja Surajmal Institute


PBL, culture specific pedagogy, concept mapping, community resources, Individualized instruction, Digital Devices


Teaching in class room using chalk and talk is one way flow of information. Teachers often continuously talk for an hour without knowing students response and feedback. The emphasis in most schools is on exam oriented “learning”. The prevalent ‘direct teaching’ method also known as “factory approach” discourages student curiosity, questioning, innovation and feedback. So there is requirement of innovative methodology for quality assurance in education. For this purpose teacher can use different innovative methods in teaching learning process like student centered pedagogy, extending learning beyond classroom, use of ICT in teaching learning process, project based learning etc.


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How to Cite

Dr. Arvind Kr. Gill, & Dr. Kusum. (2017). INNOVATIVE TEACHING METHODOLOGY: STEPS TOWARDS QUALITY ASSURANCE. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(5). Retrieved from