VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2 (2017, Apr/May/Jun)
ANVESHANA’S INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN PHARMACY AND LIFE SCIENCES
Anveshana’s International Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Life Sciences ( AIJRPLS ) - ISSN: 2456-3889 (Online)VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2 (2017, Apr/May/Jun)
TEACHING AS AN INTER-SYSTEM TRANSFER AND LEARNING AS AN INTRA-SYSTEM PROCESSING
Conventionally the Teaching and Learning process refers to the teacher and the taught (student) in a class room of schools or colleges. Essentially it involves interactions of human beings who have the attribute of intelligence with the objective of human resource development; knowledge is the principal monitored factor to be imparted and acquired in the process. Human conscious effort is involved in the overall increase in the body of knowledge. No particular conservation principle is applicable on the amount of knowledge. A teacher transfers information which the student acquires; and the knowledge content increase has no bounded limit. However, transfer of information is alluded to in communication systems with well specified transmitter and receiver and the systems do not seem to become knowledgeable. In the context of the topic of Artificial Intelligence, the term “teaching” seems to be more frequent than the term “learning”. In order to disentangle artificial and natural processes related to teaching and learning a concept diagrammatic approach could be better.