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Techniques of Classroom Motivation

One of the prime priorities of the teacher should be to motivate the learners. Once the learner is motivated, it is quite likely that it turns to intrinsic motivation and sustains the learning process. Some ways to motivate learners are described below by Pre Primary Teacher Training. However it much be remembered that techniques of Read more about Techniques of Classroom Motivation[…]

Strategies for problem solving

Education must help a learner be a problem solver. This can be done by integrating the following strategies in daily teaching Analogy: In reasoning by analogy, the problem solver uses his or her previous experiences in similar cases to solve the problem at hand. Thus familiarity with previous experiences is useful in present case. This Read more about Strategies for problem solving[…]

SOCIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES

A teacher cannot be isolated from society, he is a member of society & has developed in society, and he is involved in the task of preparing the future citizens & developing human resources. According to Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) the main roles of teachers are building a healthy democratic learning society. For Read more about SOCIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES[…]

Socialization

Concept Meaning of Socialization Socialization is the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating norms, customs and ideologies, providing an individual with the skills and habits necessary for participating within his or her own society. Socialization is thus the means by which social and cultural continuity is attained. Socialization the process by which individuals acquire the, Read more about Socialization[…]

Social Concept of Dharma

1) 4 Ashramas: – Brahmacharya, Gruhasta, Sanyasa & Vanaprastha. Dharma means performing all the assign duties of 4 Ashrams. 2) Justice: Dharma means social political economic & religious justice. 3) Code of conduct: – Dharma guided the principles or rules to act in society as a part of society. 4) Moral Values: – Like social Read more about Social Concept of Dharma[…]

Self Actualization

1. Self actualises are realistically oriented. They have a more efficient perception of reality, which is extended to all areas of life. They are not afraid of the unknown. They have a superior ability to reason, to see the truth. They are logical and efficient. 2. They accept themselves with their assets and liabilities. They Read more about Self Actualization[…]

SCOPE OF EDUCATION

Scope of education is very wide. As education is lifelong and continuous process and education touches all the aspects of life and society as well as education are both a science and an art. Scope of Education: – Educational process is not different from the process of life. Actually it is supplementary system. So the Read more about SCOPE OF EDUCATION[…]

SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

Education was never neglected in Ancient India, the ancient Universities like Nalanda, Takshasheela etc, gave enough evidences to prove the seriousness towards the education among ancient Indians, unfortunately it discontinued as the time passes. India is far away from attaining the goal of 100% literacy rate. Indian educationist & Indian Government alarmed with this situation Read more about SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN[…]

Important Tendencies and Limitation in Education

Teacher Training Courses in Mumbai advocated three important tendencies and limitation in education 1) Psychological tendency. 2) Sociological Tendency. 3) Scientific tendency. 1) Psychological tendency: – He emphasized on the following: a) Individual differences: – i) No two individuals are alike – every individual has his own qualities ii) Education should be individualistic as possible. Read more about Important Tendencies and Limitation in Education[…]

Role of the teacher

The teacher is more a guide rather than the sole source of all knowledge and direction. In the CL classroom the teacher assumes the role of class manager and knowledge facilitator. Teacher as a knowledge facilitator: the teacher determines the objectives of the lesson, clarifies assignments, provides materials, and evaluates student achievement and work. To Read more about Role of the teacher[…]