ST.Ann's College for Women
Accredited with NAAC 'A' Grade
Malkapuram, Visakhaptnam.
ST.Ann's College for Women
Accredited with NAAC 'A' Grade
ST.Ann's College for Women
Accredited with NAAC 'A' Grade

Teaching and Learning Process


The college employs a student-centric teaching methodology, wherein faculty members utilize approved pedagogies to enhance learning experiences. These include:

1. Participatory Method: Students actively engage in preparing charts, models, paper presentations, and projects to facilitate experiential learning. They are encouraged to attend seminars, present papers, and participate in competitions to broaden their exposure and knowledge.

2. Experiential Method: Learning occurs through practical application. Science students focus on laboratory work, while humanities students undertake field visits, industrial tours, and extensive studies and surveys. This approach bridges the gap between theoretical concepts and real-world applications.

3. Problem-solving Method (POWER): This method emphasizes systematic problem-solving using the acronym “POWER”:
– P: Problem identification
– O: Option exploration
– W: Weightage assessment
– E: Electing a solution
– R: Reflection on outcomes

4. Resource Method: Students are organized into groups and assigned chapter-wise topics from the syllabus. Each group presents their topic using PowerPoint presentations, while others listen attentively. Following the presentations, interactive sessions among the groups facilitate deeper understanding and knowledge exchange.

These pedagogical approaches foster active learning, critical thinking, and collaboration among students, enabling them to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills relevant to their disciplines.

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