Chapter 5

Teaching–Learning Process

1. INTRODUCTION

It is a well-established belief among educationists that learning is the outcome of teaching, and teaching is aimed to facilitate learning. Here, the questions arise that, whether teaching is mandatory for learning to take place? Is learning always dependent on the teaching? The answers to these questions lie in the fact that, teaching is not a must for learning to take place and, learning is not always dependent on the teaching. However, in the context of academic education, teaching is considered as a mandate to facilitate learning among students and learning is the direct outcome of teaching. Teaching and learning both go hand in hand, they are the two sides of the same coin. Teaching and ...

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