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|1||Opinions of Teacher Educators Regarding Practice Lessons of Student Teachers with Reference to types of CollegesAbstract – In 1948 after the independence of India the University Education Commission was set up under the presidency of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. Its report was submitted in 1949. That report focused on the real picture of teachers’ training at that time. The Commission noted that there was not much difference in the theoretical aspects of different universities but were clearly seen practical aspects. So the Commission recommended developing co ordination between theoretical aspects and practical aspects. So far as teacher education is concerned the commission gave more importance to the practical aspect.||Dr. Jayantibhai B. Parmar|
|2||Value Education and TeacherAbstract – Since, teacher is the most vital and appropriate person in the entire formal educational setting for inculcating values in young learners and so, from this point of view, it is extremely necessary to ensure that he plays his role as a model of character and good behavior and as an epitome of those values which the society wishes to inculcate in learners. It needs to be kept in mind that a teacher occupies a position of authority in the eyes of his students and they always tend to follow him. The teacher earns this position not only through his ability to satisfy his students learning needs but also on account of his other personal attributes. Although for a teacher to be effective in his teaching behavior is considered relevant, yet for acting as a role model and source of inspiration for his students to make them good human beings and men of character, his behavior as a teacher is all too important. We know that a teacher’s entire behavior, inside as well as outside the classroom and even outside the school, remains constantly under watch and close scrutiny not only by his students but also by their parents and they all have a very high expectation of his moral behavior in formal as well as informal settings.||Dr. Narvan C. Baraiya|
|3||Effectiveness of Computer Multimedia for Developing ‘Expressional Skills’ in EnglishAbstract – The twenty-first century brought in the movements of globalization and liberalization as issues of worldwide interest. A Major challenge before educational planners, administrators, researchers, teachers, and managers of education is thus, providing quality education on international standards. In ELT, computer can play very vital role as it can work with the imagination of students and teachers. Any poetry or story can be presented pictorially by giving different effects which can provide the live effects of words before students. Even the learning that takes place can have longer effect as it directly affects to the senses of students. Moreover, CALL can be used to develop Language Skills. By reviewing related past literature and studies and considering the importance of computer multimedia, the investigator had decided to investigate the effectiveness of computer multimedia strategy for developing Expressional Skills, i.e. Speaking Skill and Writing Skill in English. For the purpose, the investigator carried out this investigation by taking pre decided objectives and hypotheses related to the problem. Two schools from Surat District (one from urban and one from rural area) were selected by incidental sampling method. From those schools, Sample of 240 students were selected and distributed in four groups by random assignment method. ‘Solomon Four Group’ research design was used in the investigation. The investigator used three types of research instruments, viz. instruments for conducting the experiment, instruments for measuring the effectiveness of the experiment and standardized tests for covariates. The collected data were analyzed statistically by using appropriate statistical techniques viz. correlated t-test, analysis of co-variance, analysis of variance, chi-square by equal probability. At the end of the investigation, the investigator found that the experimental groups did a better performance over control groups on expressional skills’ criterion tests as well as Content criterion tests, multimedia animations can be used for teaching and developing Expressional Skills in English irrespective of Gender, Level of IQ of students and Area.||Riddhi Desai|
|4||The Present Position of Hindi Education in the Primary Schools of Bharuch DistrictAbstract – In the present time, there are more than two hundred twenty languages that have been existed in the written form. Indian constitution has also permitted sixteen dialects as a language. Hindi language has been considered as the national language among the sixteen languages at 14th September, 1949. Gandhiji has told about the national language as “I come to this decision after thinking much, to administrate the national business and for the transformation of thought, there isn’t any language can be the medium of it as Hindi language.”
Because of that it seems that in the coming year the national language may be disappeared. Today this is the matter of worries overall. So the investigator selected the present investigation in a reference to the Present Position of Hindi Education in the Primary Schools of Bharuch District.
To carry out this investigation, the investigator constructed various objectives and questions. He developed tools for data collection on the basis of decided objectives. He got findings under various labels.
|Dr. Nirmal K. Patel|
|5||A Study of Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment of 9th Standard StudentsAbstract – Present research investigated emotional intelligence and adjustment of 9th Standard students’ in context to their Gender and Area. Six hypotheses established with the help of the objectives and variables for the study. 345 boys and 247 girls’ total 592 students of std-9th selected by stratified random sampling. Emotional Intelligence Scale and Adjustment Inventory used for the data collection Mean S.D and t-value calculated for the testing hypothesis.||Dr. Hetal T. Patel|
|6||Effect of Education on Age at Marriage in Ankleshwar CityAbstract – This paper attempts the effect of education on age at marriage in Ankleshwar city using primary data through questionnaires. This can observe questionnaire was filled up by 75 couples who have married recently. From this study we observe that there is positive relation between education and age at marriage. But in Ankleshwar, education level is not high both in (men and women) and especially in women because many women have studied not only up to SSC level so that in men and women’s mean age at marriage is 23.80 and 20.92 respectively.||Prof. Umeshbhai B. Rana|
|7||Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)Abstract – Education for Sustainable Development means including key sustainable development issues into teaching and learning; for example, climate change, disaster risk reduction, biodiversity, poverty reduction, and sustainable consumption. It also requires participatory teaching and learning methods that motivate and empower learners to change their behaviour and take action for sustainable development. Education for Sustainable Development consequently promotes competencies like critical thinking, imagining future scenarios and making decisions in a collaborative way.||Dr. Devat S. Rathod|
|8||Status and Co-scholastic Activities of Elementary School Education Status and Implementation of child Rights in the Curriculum in GujaratAbstract – NCERT, New Delhi has presented National Curriculum Frame work (NCF-2005) and recommended common core components for the school curriculum throughout the country. In Gujarat GCERT follow NCF-2005 and taken result oriented steps for curriculum reformation and renewal process at elementary level. The subject of social science is one of them. The curriculum reformation process was done by GCERT. SRGs, educationists, BRCs, CRCs, coordinators, Teachers, GCERT personal and text book boards are done the key role in this process. They had suggested including Child Rights and Human Rights in text book of social science at elementary level, to make aware the children, teachers and society. A tale conference was also arranged by GCERT for all related persons. All this rights are included in textbook and co-scholastic activity. Activities like women’s day, cultural programme ma-betty sammelan, BAL ramtotsav, maths-science day exhibition are the main co-curricular activities for the overall development of the child. A series of workshop are held for the text book writers and reviewers to prepare the curriculum and syllabus. An intensive teachers training was also given by the department of education and GCERT.||Dr. Bhavesh I. Raval|
|9||A Study of Educational Leadership in Relation to Graduate & Post Graduate Student of Arts, Commerce & ScienceAbstract – Secretary Bennett waged a war of words on colleges and universities that were considering broadening their required curriculum to include important works by non-western thinkers and writers. In defending the traditional curriculum, Bennett said that the west had set standards for the rest of the world. Faculty at institutions considering changes responded that the so-called great works represent only the views of white male authors. They argued that non-Western writers and thinkers have made significant contributions and should be studied to prepare students for an increasingly pluralistic society. Requiring students to read works by women, members of minority groups, and non Western writers would also help students from these groups develop a sense of their cultural heritage.
Archives consist of articles that originally in Collier’s Year Book (for events of 1997 and earlier) or as monthly updates in Encarta Yearbook (for events of 1998 and later). Because they were published shortly after events occurred, they reflect the information available at that time. Cross references refer to Archive articles of the same year.
This section on Professional and Leadership development will provide you guidance on identifying developing your leadership styles and responsibilities. In addition, it outlines the characteristics of successful professional development progammes and provides the tools and resources to reinforce your education change and technology implementation with the professional development programmers required for its ongoing success for Pluralistic Society.
|Dr. Dinubhai M. Chaudhari|
|10||Instructional Effects on B. Ed. Student’s Achievement in Relation to Particular VariablesAbstract – In America the Department of Education’s National Commission on Teaching challenges the nation to accomplish six goals by the year 2006: (1) for all children to be taught by teachers who have the knowledge, skills, and commitment to teach children well; (2) for all teacher education programmes to meet national professional standard, or else be closed; (3) for all teachers to have access to high quality professional development; (4) for teachers and principals to be hired and retained based on their knowledge and skills; (5) for teachers’ salaries to be based on their knowledge and skills; and (6) for high quality teaching to be central investment of schools, with most education funding directed towards classroom instruction. Investigator has selected the sixth point for B. Ed. Students.||Dr. Jayantibhai I. Patel|
|11||Demand of Higher Education; Change the Scenario of EducationAbstract – The system of higher education was formed before many of the technological developments that now permit global and continual connectivity. Changed information cycles, new opportunities for social cohesion unrestrained by geography, and distributed research labs offer a prospect for a new era of education. New approaches to research, teaching and learning, and accreditation are possible. The affordances of technology outpace the existing system of education.||Dr. Chandrakant J. Konkani|
|12||A Study of the Areas of the Interest of High school Students in the Context of Educational and Professional Degree of FatherAbstract – The best way of selecting career is that a person should select it according to his own areas of interest. A right career or subject can be selected if the student is made aware of his area of interest. Such practice can make the selection effective and fruitful to achieve the desired goal of life. It provides him platform for further progress in his or her life. Consequently, such selection will save time, money and energy of the students. This type of study will be useful to the parents too. The familiarity of the parents with the areas of interest can enable them to guide their children in the selection of the courses or careers. They can think of their children’s career well in advance and not just under the forces of others’ ideas. This study focuses on the significance of the Educational & Professional degrees of the father for their children areas of education.||Pri. H. B. Patel|
|13||The Impact of Indulgent Parenting Style on Educational Performance of Learners at High School LevelAbstract – Educational performance gets affected by a number of factors such as intelligence, achievement, motivation, home environment, school environment, interest and resources. The most significant influence on child is his or her parents. Psychologists and educationists are of the opinion that child rearing practices have the direct bearing on the educational performance of children. In this competitive era, where every parent expects that his child should do well at school, it is necessary to understand how different parenting styles determine the child’s educational performance at school.
In the twenty first century of competition, every student is expected to be higher achiever and up to the expectations of parents and teachers. At present, though we assume that the educational performance of students at high school level is influenced by varying degree by the parenting styles, there are a few empirical studies available in this regard to clearly establish to what extent the particular parenting style determines or influences the educational performance of a child at this level of learning. This study has tried to fill in this gap between Indulgent parenting style and their impact on educational performance of learners at high school level. It would be beyond the scope of this study to examine the impact of other parenting styles such as Authoritative, Authoritarian and Neglectful on educational performance of learners.
|Mrs. Monica R. Seth et al.|
|14||A Research of the Scientific Creativity Components of Higher Secondary School StudentsAbstract – The paper is a study of the scientific creativity of standard 11th and 12th students due to various components (fluency, flexibility, originality, sex (male and female), and area (rural and urban) in the five zone of Gujarat state from ten districts. Random sampling procedure was used to select the sample, out of the sample 1600 male students and female students 1600 from Higher Secondary school students of five zone of Gujarat state from ten districts. The scientific creativity test was administered to the sample. Data were analyzed by using‘t’ test of significance for mean.
The findings revealed that however scientific fluency and flexibility of higher secondary school students of total male was higher than the female, total urban students was higher than the rural students and standard 12th students was higher than the standard 11th students’ scientific fluency and flexibility of higher secondary school students.
The findings revealed that however scientific originality of higher secondary school students of total female was higher than the male, total urban students was higher than the rural students and standard 12th students was higher than the standard 11th students’ scientific originality of higher secondary school students.
|Ashaben M. Patel|
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