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Teaching is not a simple profession of just standing
in front of students and delivering a didactic lecture
from notes. Rather it is the most wonderful, exciting and
rewarding job in the world, but it takes time, skill and
dedication to do it right1. Just like all real life scenarios,
some teaching assignments are more cognitively
demanding than others and some learning is more
complex than other learning. In order to tackle these
problems, we as a teacher need to devise strategies
which help our students to learn these topics effectively
and can apply practically in future life. Deep learning
approach is an excellent tool to manage these difficult
tasks. Deep learning requires integrated strategies on
behalf of both teacher and students. At the same time,
subject content also needs rectification/modification for
students to enhance deep learning.
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