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A STUDY OF THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF LEARNING MIX PROCESS “Today’s Scenario A Need of the Hour”

A STUDY OF THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF LEARNING MIX PROCESS
“Today’s Scenario A Need of the Hour”

Ghulam Syed Khanvri
Lecturer: Department of Management and Administrative Sciences
Jazan Community College, Post Box 544, Jazan University, (KSA)

Abstract

This paper is related with the learning methodology and its mixing to upgrade the learner’s capability. It shows the different components of the learning system. How these elements mix together and create a new look that is called Learning Mix. This paper focuses on the reasons why this blended learning has become the need of the hour. We hope this paper help to understand the methods and treatments of learning mix or blended learning in a global discipline of studies.

Key words: Learning Mix, Blended Learning, Components of Blended Learning

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Adjustment Of Secondary School Students Of Working Mothers Belonging To Joint And Nuclear Families

Adjustment Of Secondary School Students Of Working Mothers Belonging To Joint And Nuclear Families

Ajay Kumar
Assistant professor Moga College of Education
Ghall Kalan, Moga

Abstract

The present study aims at studying the levels of adjustment of secondary school Students of working mothers belonging to joint and nuclear families. The sample consists of 350 class X students of working mothers belonging to joint and nuclear families with 180 boys and 170 girls were drawn from the different schools of Ludhiana district. The investigator has used Adjustment Inventory for School Students (AISS) By A.K.P. Singh & R.P. Singh (1984) to collect the necessary data from the students. The conclusion of the study reveals that there is no significant difference between adjustment of students of working mothers belonging to joint and nuclear families. But on the other hand the mean score of social adjustment of boys of working mothers belonging nuclear families is higher than those from joint families, it can be stated that the boys from joint families are better socially adjusted as compared to the boys from nuclear families. Thus the joint family with grandparents and other adults plays a vital role in socialization of the adolescent boys and preparing them for their future responsibilities at a right time and in a better way than a nuclear family.

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ADULT EDUCATION – AN INSTRUMENT OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION

 

ADULT EDUCATION – AN INSTRUMENT OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION

Dr. S.K.PANNEER SELVAM
Asst. professor,
Department of Education,
Bharathidasan University,Tamil nadu
 

Introduction

Poverty can be defined as a social phenomenon in which a section of the society is unable to fulfil even its basic necessities of life. Poverty in India still remains unabated. The country has hardly been able to establish her identity free from the age old impression ‘India is a poor country’. Despite decades long effort most of our population are still struggling below poverty line. The Gandhiji’s dream to provide each and every Indian poor an access to basic needs of life is yet to be materialized. Although the planning commission of India has added qualitative parameters to the concept of basic needs, in terms of minimum food, clothing and shelter, our country has failed to provide the same to its citizens.

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A Study of Utility of Learning Social Science at Class-VI

A Study of Utility of Learning Social Science at Class-VI

Dr.Rajnish Pandey

Associate Professor

Department of Education

MIT Dhalwala Rishikesh


Introduction

In the age of science and technology new problems and avenues have been created. With rise and growth of industries it has brought about new changes in the patterns of the society viz., migration of population, family patterns, relationships, mores, customs, cultures  and life styles, to name a few.

To meet these challenges the children’s must be prepared right from the elementary stage of their learning by the school. Social studies being a subject taught deals with all the components of the society like history, geography, civics and economics which come to play a vital role in shaping the character of the children. The school as a social institution acquaint the children with all these challenges of the society.

Teaching of Social studies as a subject in the school helps to promote healthy attitude among the students. It arouses love, honour and devotion to national heritage and culture. In a broader sense it is responsible for promoting humane and national perspective, communal harmony and social cohesion.

The school is such a social institution through which man is acquainted with the challenges of the society; the school teaches him/her how to adjust with his social environment and is motivated to resolve his/her social problems. It would be no exaggeration to say that the school is an extremely important means in the socialisation of man.

By ‘Social Science or Social Studies’, it means, ‘the study of the society in context to human’. This is a subject in which different human relationships are discussed from different points of views. In ancient times, the structure of the society was simple and so its problems were simple as well. The individuals did not face any specific problems in his/her social adjustment. With the passages of time, the problem of the society became more complex. While science and technology offered unprecedented facilities to the individual and society, at the same time, several complex problems came to be faced. It was felt that in order to understand these problems from different viewpoints and to cooperate in their solution, the individual should be trained from his childhood itself, only then he/she could become a useful member of the society. This is the reason that the subject of social studies has been inducted in the school subjects. The social science may thus be defined as those mental or cultural sciences, which deals with the activities of the individual, as a member of a group.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: The Role of Storytelling in Fostering Pupils’ Participation in Classroom

Culturally Responsive Teaching: The Role of Storytelling in Fostering Pupils’ Participation in Classroom
Adejumo Gbadebo Olubunmi (Ph.D)
Department of Psychology, College of Development Studies,
Covenant University,
Tar Maryam
Department of Languages, College of Development Studies
Covenant University,

 

Abstract

This study examined role of storytelling in fostering pupils’ participation in classroom.  A stratified random sampling was used to select 426 males and 542 females with a range of 5-12years, mean of 7.8years and standard deviation of 2.4. Three instruments were used to collect data. The findings revealed significant a difference in the perceived use of storytelling in classroom teaching between pupils in lower and upper primary school at t observed =32.22, 966 degree of freedom and 0.05 significant level, a significant difference in classroom participation of pupils who reported exposure to storytelling during teaching and those who did not at t observed =46.82, 966 degree of freedom and 0.05 significant level, a significant difference in academic achievement of pupils who reported exposure to storytelling during teaching and those who did not at t observed = 28.14, 966 degree of freedom and 0.05 significant level and a significant difference in academic achievement of pupils with low and high classroom participation at t observed = 38.52, 966 degree of freedom and 0.05 significant level. It was concluded that learners should be motivated to participate in classroom activities.

Key Words: Culture, Teaching, Storytelling, Classroom Participation

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