Though teaching and learning are two different strategies, both are interdependent & inseparable as one cannot be successful/meaningful without the other. Teaching takes a lot of preparatory work and it is an interesting and peculiar process as well.

To be clearer, “learning precedes teaching and the same way teaching is followed by learning”.

To do a successful teaching,
Learning, Relearning & Unlearning should be done first. This sequence has to be done in an unconditional way.

Similarly, for successful learning,
Teaching has to happen at various levels to fulfill the 100% learning curve. So, let us take a deep dive into the teaching-learning strategies.

What are the strategies in teaching? 
Teaching strategies are the methods & techniques used by teachers a teacher to enrich students through effective learning process. To be more effective, teachers should be much choosy in selecting the strategies to draw the attention span of the taught. 

Understanding the knowledge level of students and sourcing out ways to make them learn out of self-interest is the biggest challenge for any teacher. 

Working on plans to keep them in track & learning pace is the main strategy which every teacher must know.

Every teach & taught must be aware of the following
teaching -learning concept:

To teach a lesson, generally teachers might use one or more different
teaching strategies with different learning outcome.

How can a teacher be effective in her deliverables?
To keep teaching much effective in a learning place, teachers must be very proactive in planning, preparation & execution. They should set a clear standard & practical aspect of expectations with a positive attitude clubbed with patience & passion for making students accomplish 100% learning curve. 

This effectiveness can be gained on random & periodical continuous assessments on a regular note.

Learning Strategies:
It is actually a special way of organizing skillsets to complete tasks on time more effectively & in a proactive way. It focuses & facilitates self-regulated learning.

Top 10 effective teaching strategies:

  1. Understanding
  2. Visualization of concepts
  3. Articulation & Analysis
  4. Direct learning
  5. Group discussion
  6. Differentiation & Comparison
  7. Digital Learning
  8. High-order thinking skills
  9. Instructional Pacing
  10. Peer teaching

Top 10 Learning strategies:

  1. Comprehensions
  2. Memory techniques
  3. Notes taking
  4. Activities & assignments
  5. Problem solving
  6. Spiral learning
  7. Time management
  8. Organizing methods
  9. Error analysis
  10. Cooperative learning

Main Three learning styles include visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. When each classroom (old school of thoughts) is converted to Think rooms, the quantum of learning becomes unconditional and limitless.

Conclusion:

Creating classroom & field experience for students strengthens knowledge and builds both confidence and varied skillsets.

Thus, various strategies help students get to understand the process of learning and helps them to overcome their extents of strengths & weakness and thereby enables them to perform beyond their capacity.

This encourages flexible thinking and teach students the importance of transitional shift from their ordinary learning approaches to a deep dive learning & multitasking.