The Concept of Teaching and its Essential questions

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Nematolah Mousapour 1 , *

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How to Cite: Mousapour N. The Concept of Teaching and its Essential questions, Strides Dev Med Educ. 2004 ; 1(1):e57522.

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Strides in Development of Medical Education: 1 (1); e57522
Published Online: June 17, 2004
Article Type: Research Article
Received: July 04, 2017
Accepted: January 30, 2004

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Abstract

Teaching is an interpersonal activity, an interaction based on the verbal communication which is inclined to learning or change of behavioral methods in one or more students and it is considered as a Process.
Although, some essential specifications such as process, interaction, intention are involved, answering to the following three essential questions seems not to be easy:
1. What is Teaching?
2. Who are Participating in a Teaching Activity?
3. What is the role of each person in a Teaching Activity?
These questions have different answers though they would provide a base for gathering and inclining of researches and theories. The first question reveals the type of activity as either a Science or an Art. The second question is a discussion about teacher and student and description of both. Answering to the third question is pointing to the role of the Teacher and Student who are active or non active and different methods of teaching are based on it.

Keywords

Teaching, Teaching questions, participating in Teaching, Teaching Stage, Teacher, Student.

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