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A Study Of The Measures For Stress Free Examination And Its Impact On Class- IX Studens There Of

A Study Of The Measures For Stress Free Examination And Its Impact On Class- IX Studens There Of

Dr. Rajnish Pandey
Reader, Department of Education
MIT,Dhalwala

Abstract

We have developed a system of examination to provide information about the real learning outcomes.’  The end product thus leads to decision-making, placement and the job seeking opportunity for future accomplishment.  The examination can be defined as, ‘the assessment of a person’s performance or achievement with the series of questions, problems or tasks in order to ascertain the amount of knowledge that he has acquired and the extent to reach he is able to utilize it or the duality and effectiveness of skill he has developed’.

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LEARNING TO TEACH: PERCEPTIONS OF OFF-CAMPUS AND ON-CAMPUS TEACHER TRAINEES

Learning To Teach: Perceptions of Off-Campus and On-Campus Teacher Trainees

Dr Mamta Garg
Assistant Professor, Department of Education
University School of Open Learning
Panjab University, Chandigarh

Abstract

Teacher, the key factor in all educational development, needs to be professionally equipped with teaching competencies, commitment and determination to perform at their best. The quality of education is a direct consequence and outcome of the quality of teachers and teacher education system. Learning to teach is not merely the mastery of a list of competencies or teaching techniques but more a whole person development process. The present study has been conducted to know the perceptions of teacher trainees in distance and face-to-face mode assuming that they have to implement what they have learnt during teacher training programme so their perception may disclose the strengths and weakness of secondary teacher training programme and accordingly suggestions may be made for the improvement in the Teacher Education Curriculum. The findings of the study suggested that most of the trainees found that theoretical knowledge was not sufficient to handle specific classroom problems that are emerging in present time so they suggested that along with theory some they should be trained in some special techniques to teach children with special needs as well as for handling other classroom problems like indiscipline, aggressive behavior of students etc. The off-campus trainees differed significantly from on-campus teacher trainees on three aspects of teacher training programme i.e. relevance of course content of theory papers, development of teaching skills and attitude, and personality development.

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J. Krishnamurti’s Approach to Present day Educational Crisis: A Critical Inquiry

J. Krishnamurti’s Approach to Present day Educational Crisis:

A Critical Inquiry

Dr. Adarasupally Nataraju,
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Assam University
 

Abstract

The focus of this paper is to critically analyse the notion of ‘Integrated intelligence’ as expounded by Jiddu Krishnamurti.  We are aware of the contradicting claims as far as measuring intelligence is concerned. This paper presents a theoretical approach in understanding, from J. Krishnamurti’s perspective, the root cause of present day educational crisis and the ways and means to find a plausible answer to it. In this context, we would also look into the works of John Dewey, Paulo Freire, Gandhi, Radhakrishnan etc. An integrated approach for awakening intelligence presents hope to all thinking people who are concerned with the future of education system in India and elsewhere in the world. Can we develop a pedagogy based on Krishnamurti’s ideas on awakening intelligence remains a challenging task which we would try to take up in the following pages.

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