JAN-FEB,2016

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5
Imapct Factor: -
ISSN: 2454-5554
Date: 09-Mar-2016

An International Peer Reviewed

International Journal for Educational Research Studies


Sudhir Sudam Kaware

WE SHOULD FOCUS URGENTLY ON QUALITY EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 322/326

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In this 21st century, we have lots of opportunities and options to provide quality education to students. Many things are dominated education system. Administrative influences more on academics. Though, teachers played their role efficiently. They perform their duties regularly. For quality concern in education, we should focus urgently on quality education. So that this paper suggests focus areas for quality education. We just follow these areas such as Content knowledge, Skills/Pedagogy, Know learner’s psychology, use of ICT and Management of teaching learning. We will find quality will definitely come. Our students will do better in their life.

Keywords: Content knowledge, Skills/Pedagogy, Know learner’s psychology, use of ICT and Management of teaching learning

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Mangal, S. K. and Mangal, Uma (2012) Essentials of Educational Technology, PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi. Sampath K, Panneerselvam A and Santhanam S (2013) Introduction to Educational Technology, Sterling Publisher Pvt Ltd, New Deshi.

Mukund Pondhe

AUTONOMY AS A STRUCURAL SOLUTION FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 327/333

 For decades, there have been concerns that India’s Universities were being bogged down by the number of institutes they had to manage. Recently the University Grants Commission accepted in principle that autonomy must be green-lighted. But debates on the freedom of the institutions remain inconclusive. Though autonomy seems to be closer never than before, the debate is on the level of freedom. Worries that institutions may follow arbitrary employment policies and charge high fees from students, thereby putting higher education out of reach of the poor, persist. As a profession, we need to take a critical look at the structure and content of teacher training programs. In this sense, the paper focuses on autonomy, it‘s need and challenges before autonomous institutions.

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Tilak, J. (2001).The Challenging Concerns in Economics of Indian Education. Perspectives in Education New Delhi: NCERT Palamattan, V. (2006) Autonomy: A Structural Innovation in Higher Education. New Delhi: University News Current Problems in Teacher Education (2010).What are the current Problems of Teacher Education in India, an Article. Retrieved on January 22, 2013, from www.in.answers.yahoo.com › ... › Education & Reference › Teaching Current Problems in Teacher Education (2010).Quality Issues in Teacher Education 2006-2009, Ed. Chapter. Retrieved on January 22, 2013, from www.dspace.nehu.ac.in/bitstream/1/3351/1/QUALITY%20ISSUES.pdf

Shirke Nilesh Kishanrao & Shri Pathan Bilal Ebrahim

DNYANRACHANAVADI SHIKSHNAT GANIT SHIKSHKACHI BHUMIKA

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 334/337

 

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Shri.Mhaske .M.N & Shri Waghmare S.D

ROLL OF ICT IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 338/341

 ICT defined as information and communication technology (ICT) the hardware and software that enables data to be digitally processed, stored and communicated. ICT can be used to access, process, manage, and present information model and control events, construct, new construct new understanding and communicate with other. In the context of learning process. ICT may be referred as a necessary tool for any student who desires further learning shortly after the internet explosion of the 1990s. ICT was immediately integrated into educational field. Even though symbolized advancement in human knowledge was seen as a setback by many educational field. Even though symbolized advancement in human knowledge was seen as a setback by many educational field. Even though symbolized advancement in human knowledge was seen as a setback by many educator and instructors at the university, there are many advantages of using ICT as a tool for teaching and learning. The advantages such as ICT can be used at anytime, anywhere, access t remote learning restores and it help to prepare individual for the work place.

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Information communication Technology Dr. Kishor Chavan Insight publication, Nashik, first edition-feb 2006. Teacher Education, Dr. N.Venkantaiah, A.P.H. publishing Corporation, 2009. Alexander Aristovrik. The impact of ICT on educational performance and it’s efficiency selected EU and OECD countries; July 2012(2) Online references www.e-learning.com

Pramod Atmaram Ahire

BETI BACHOO BETI BACHAOO YOGANETUN MAHILA SABLIKARUN- EK ABHYAS

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 342/349

 

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Ravindra Maruti Chobhe

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS OF TEACHER EDUCATORS QUALITY ENHANCEMENT

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 350/354

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 Teacher education institutes are the institutes which play vital role in quality of secondary or primary education. The teacher who trained in these institutes are appointed in schools or colleges. If these teachers are trained properly then they will create new generations properly. For teacher education institutes ethical values play vital role. Professional ethics should be inculcated in teacher educators and student teachers also.  Present paper highlights professional ethics for teacher educators. We should mould ourselves as per changes in society. We must consider the right and wrong aspects for every event. Ethics are essential for service & for business also. Ethics  can be inculcated through education i.e. formal, informal or non – formal education. For  development, 3P strategy ( Preparation, Presentation and Perfection ) is useful. Activities i.e survey , PBL, Goal – setting, diary writing, designing apps, self analysis, flex teaching, moduler curriculum etc are useful for development. 

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Jagdish B. Rathod

EMERGING TRENDS IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 355/359

 a quality teachers education program is rational and streamlined to address somespecific  pedagogical issues  . basically it elucidates the idea about what good teaching  is all about and then how it organizes course work and all practical experiences around . The destiny of India being  shaped in its classroom . As the population in India is growing very rapidly day by day the need of well qualified and professionally trained teachers will also increase in the coming years. So lots of efforts should be made to improve teacher education. India is highly populated Country. In India if we try to go develop fast Education the e-learning is help for educational development. Uncontrolled population is a major constraint in the path of success due to overcrowding teachers as well as learners as well as learners feel not so good in classrooms consequently . This tradition believed in the concept that classroom teaching provides the basis of building repertoire and teachers education curriculum .  This concept focused on two crucical elements such as schooling and teacher education for social equal and empowered society  .

 Key words :- The idial  education reform teacher education strategy 

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http://www.e-learning .com http://www.e-learning.ly http://www.e-learning.uk http://psychologydiscussions.wordpress.com http://mhrd.gov.in/language-education http://www.nmrcjnu.org/nmrc-img http://www.writing enter.unc edu

Arpit Khurana

EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM: A STUDY OF BSNL

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 447/455

The present study investigates that the Performance Appraisal and Reward influencing Job Satisfaction with special reference to BSNL, Trichy SSA. Organizations use these processes to increase the likelihood of hiring individuals who possess the right skills and abilities to be successful at their jobs. To examine the level of Performance Appraisal and Reward associated with Job Satisfaction using by Job Descriptive Index (JDI) Scale among BSNL employees. The JDI scale included Work, Supervision, Pay, Promotions, and Co-worker. Job satisfaction may be defined as a pleasurable positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or job experiences. It is therefore important to have a good understanding of an individual’s total personality and value system in order to understand and describe his job satisfaction. Some important implications for future research are also derived from the study

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Keywords: Human Resource Management, Performance Evaluation of Employees, Employees Satisfaction, Descriptive Research Design 

Human Resource Management by K. Aswathappa. Human Resource Management by V.S.P Rao Annual Report of BSNL www.google.com www.bsnl.co.in www.newbsnl.co.in www.encyclopedia.com www.wikipedia.com

Khillare Sudhir Yashavanta

SHIKSHAK-SHIKSHANATIL VYAVSAIK NITIMATTA ANI VASTVIKATA

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 360/366

 

Khillare Sudhir Yashavanta

SHIKSHAK - SHIKSHANATIL BOKALALELA BHRASHTACHAR ANI SHIKSHKANCHI PILAVNUK

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 367/370

 

Kulkarni V.V.

QUALITY CONCERNS IN TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS OF TEACHER EDUCATORS

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 371/373

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Interaction of multiple factore, through we get good education. The most important of which is increasingly recognized to be the quality of teachers and Teaching, this is dependent on the quality of teacher education. So concern about the quality of teaching has focused on the quality  of teacher education. The society is changing rapidly. The rapid changes in society led to teacher facing new and complex issues, resulting in changes in the area of teacher education. Teacher preparation programmes work toward the preparation of teachers by providing pre-service candidates with the knowledge skill & disposition necessary to teach all the pupils effectively by devising learner centered method by designing pedagogical experiences for the learners. Teachers need a special blend of content pedalogy & evaluation techniques.  In the progress of society teachers are torch bearers in the process of teaching learning education has always been strongest medium in the hands of teacher to realize the social aspirations in effective and speedy manners. Curricular issues, pedagogical issues, inclusive education, information & communication Technology, project based approach evaluation and feedback strategies are such issues which need the serious deliberations over possibilities, opportunities and threats of teacher education for achieving quality concerns in teacher education.

Shreehari Dattatray Darade

SHIKSHAK SHIKSANATIL GUNVATTA

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 374/380

 

Omprakash Kshirsagar & Mr. Jagannath B. Darandale

COPING WITH THE STRESS OF TEACHER EDUCATORS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 381/384

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In the present scenario the teacher education is really the subject of concern and discussion. It has taken the wing to fly but it is still on the land. So the educationalist and all the government and non-governmental agencies must take the step to go forward. The teacher educators are working under tremendous stress in these conditions. Here the writer has suggested some ways to the teacher educators to cope with the stress.

Key Words: Stress, Teacher Educators, Health, Causes of Stress and Ways to Cope with Stress

Mr. Jitendra Subhash Shinde

EMPOWERMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 385/387

 

Mr. S.D.Suryavanshi & .Mr.Y.A.Jape

ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 388/390

 

Shri. Ingale Ganesh Popat

EMERGING TRENDS IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 391/396

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Stress or tension, has become an integral part of student life. A little bit of stress may be unavoidable and good too, for it would never allow us to be complacent in life. But too much of stress may be counterproductive and would in due course impair both our physical and mental health. And such stress stalks all the age-groups including the children and the youth. Education should be a joyous experience, but if too much pressure is put into it, children find the going a hard nut to crack. Too much of home work, home work during the long summer vacations and the tedious examination system, all have made both the wards and their parents edgy. There are hundreds of cases of youngsters taking their lives when they fail in the examination. Failure in an examination is not the end of the life. One can excel in any field if one chooses the right field for which one has the aptitude. It is the duty of parents, the schools, the colleges, the universities and the educational authorities to make education stress-free. They have to reorient education with the child or the youth as the centre, removing all the obstacles that come in the way of the development of an integrated personality. To a large extent, a part of the stress can be eased by promoting a harmonious relationship between the parents on one hand the children on the other and also between the wards and the educational institutions. The parents should take an immense interest in what their child learns at the school and should do their best in attending the periodical parent- teacher meetings. All efforts should be made to sustain the trilateral interaction among the three-the student, the teacher and the parents.

Rathod Gulabrav Shrirang

VIKASACHA AVKASH PRADESH SIDHANT LAVHEVIGOTSAKI

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 397/403

 

Ghavate Bharat Chandrakant

SHIKSHAK SHIKSHANACHI CHINTA VA KALAJI

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 404/407

 

Salve V.S.

SHIKSHAK SHIKSHANATIL NAVPRAVAH

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 408/412

 

Kamble Jyoti Ashok

SHIKSHAK SHIKSHANACHE VYAVSAIK NITITATVE

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 413/415

 

Ved Parkash

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHYSICAL HEALTH AWARENESS AMONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS.

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 416/424

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This study intended to explore the physical health awareness among elementary school students.  The sample of the study, which was selected through random sampling. The sample comprised of 200 Elementary school students from District Solan of Himachal Pradesh. The tool was developed by the investigator herself for the present study. The results of the study revealed that Government and private Elementary school students differ significantly on their physical Health awareness, Boys and girls of private Elementary schools do not differ significantly on their physical Health awareness and boys and girls of government Elementary schools differ significantly on their physical Health awareness.

Keywords: Physical Health, Awareness, elementary school students.

Kusum

AWARENESS OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AMONG PUPIL TEACHERS

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 425/435

 In this paper, an attempt has been made to study the Awareness Sof women empowerment among pupil teachers. Keeping in view the nature of the present study the investigator developed and standardized the awareness scale. For the present study 200 pupil teachers were selected randomly. The main findings of the study were that there is no significant difference between male and female pupil teacher with respect to awareness on women empowerment. There is no significant difference between rural and urban area pupil teacher with respect to awareness on women empowerment. There is significant difference between awareness of arts and science stream pupil teachers towards women empowerment.

Keywords: Women empowerment, pupil teachers and Awareness.

K.Vanajhaa & P.Pachaiyappan

SELF-ACCEPTANCE AND ADJUSTMENT AMONG THE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS-AN ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2016, Vol - 1/5, Page - 436/446

 The main objective of this study is to find out the level of self-acceptance and adjustment among secondary school students. Survey method was adopted to collect the relevant data for the present study. The 300 secondary school students were randomly selected in and around the Chennai and Thiruvannamalai districts of tamilnadu. Self-acceptance Scale Constructed and Standardized by Berger and Adjustment inventory Constructed and Standardized by Bhattacharya was used for collection of the data. To analyze the data mean, standard deviation, test-test and Correlation was used.The major findings of the study reveals that most of the secondary school students have moderate level of self-acceptance and adjustment. Self acceptance of girls has been found to be higher than that of boys. Self acceptance and adjustment of urban students has been found to be higher than that of rural students. The results reveal that the Government school students have higher self-acceptance compared to their counterparts and also the Private school students have higher adjustment compared to their counterparts.  The study reveals that the positive and significant relationship between self-acceptance and adjustment of secondary school students.

Key words: Self-acceptance, Adjustment, Secondary School Students, Dimensions of Adjustment and Self-acceptance, Social and School adjustment.