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|1||Obesity and Hispanic Children: the Influence of Culture on ObesityAbstract – In the United States, obesity has become a serious public health concern; it affects children of all ages. Obesity has become a focus of public health because it creates a burden for society as people are facing more health problems, which increases healthcare costs. There are many factors that contribute to obesity; one of the factors playing a great role in Hispanic childhood obesity is culture. In order to get the maximum outcome when trying to address health inequalities, the ultimate approach is introducing policies that will eliminate or reduce the factors that contribute or cause the disparity. In order to decrease childhood obesity in Hispanics, there should be an understanding on how culture influences diet.||Dominique Balan & Dr. Michael O. Akintayo|
|2||Stress Management of Teachers by Managing Causes Creating StressAbstract – It is essential for the teachers to make the classroom interaction more effective to bring excellence in the outcome of teaching process. During his course of time the teachers act with many people. In the interaction with various kind of positive and negative incidences also take place or they may be created by teachers own personal problems too. These incidents results some time in a form called stress which may directly or indirectly become obstacles in bringing excellence in teaching-learning process and hence overall outcome of the school. Stress is a common and personal mental phenomenon related to every life on this globe. Indeed, stress has come to characterize modern life and it has found a place in our modern lexicon as fast foods, junk bonds and software packages.
Responses taken from the teachers regarding teaching and other activities of the teachers also shows that they work under higher load and mental pressures. The teachers at all level have to work in the environment where there is directly or indirectly interaction has to take place between the teachers and students, principal, parents, society, non-teaching staff, government officers, nodal convener, CRC and BRC, of local management committee, etc. which may remain positive or negative. It is clear that for the teachers in the school and outside the school there are many sources which become cause to create stress in them due to one or the other reasons which become obstacle in cultivating excellent teaching environment.
|Dr. Girishkumar P. Raval|
|3||Benchmarking in Higher Education: Adapting Best Practices to Improve QualityAbstract – Increasing competition, demands for accountability, and higher volumes of available information are changing the methods of how institutions of higher education operate in the mid1990s. For higher education to enact substantial and sustainable changes in efficiency and productivity a new way of thinking or paradigm that builds efficiency and a desire for continual learning must be integrated into institutional structures.||Dr. Hardikbhai D. Mehta|
|4||Towards Gender Equality in EducationAbstract – Gender disparity has been a major issue in India‘s pursuit for achieving the goal of universal elementary education. In order to overcome the problems faced by girls, several measures have been initiated across the country. While female enrolment has increased rapidly since the 1990s, there still a substantial gap in upper primary and secondary schooling .Increased female enrolment is, however, compromised by persistently high rates of drop-out and poor attendance of girls relatives to boys. Girls also constitute a large proportion of out-of-school children. Gender inequalities interlock with other forms of social inequality, notably caste, ethnicity and religion, with girls from scheduled caste, scheduled tribes and Muslim minorities particularly, constituting the population out-school and drop-out children. The greatest surges in female enrolment have been achieved in the most educationally disadvantaged states such as Bihar and Rajasthan, these states still have a long way to go to catch up with the better performing states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Himachal Pradesh girls are over-represented in the public school and learning centres provided by government demonstrating continuing ‘son’ preference whirly boys are educated in school managed by non-state providers which are of better quality ,girls sent to public school of relatively poor quality. finally, the above factors point to a continuing failure of Indian educational innervations to take serious stock of gender inequality in education while DPEP was successful in merging supply and demand side interventions, leading to a surge in female enrolment, the lack of attention to gender-sensitive institutional reforms and quality education have resulted in difficulties in sustaining these high levels of demand for female education. Indian constitution directs the state to provide free and compulsory education for all children up to the age of 14.This goal has been pursued by the country for nearly six decades through successive development plans. The last two decades have witnessed significant improvements in children’s participation in schooling, accompanied by substantial increase in investments. The recent effort to raise recourses for the sector through imposition of an education cess is major effort in that direction. Even though school education has traditionally remained a subject for action by state government, government of India has, during the last two decades following the national policy on education-1986, begun to play a leading role. This culminated in the launching of the national programme of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in 2001. Despite all these efforts, the final goal of providing quality education for all has eluded the country. Urgency of reaching the goal has been heightened in recent years due to several national and international developments, including commitment made under the Dakar framework for action for providing quality education for all by 2015,which not only covers primary education but also focus on literacy goals, gender equality and quality concerns.||Mr. Sandeep Kumar Sharma|
|5||Effectiveness of Co-operative Learning Approach on Motivation, Learning Strategy, Utilization and Grammar Achievement of English Language LearnerAbstract – Although there is a large body of literature on the positive effects of cooperative learning for native speakers of English, there is a gap in the literature regarding the implementation of peertutoring cooperative methods on the college level in Baroda. Do the benefits of cooperative learning that are generally found on native English speakers also apply to EFL students in a English Learning college EFL class? Could cooperative learning provide a solution to English Learning EFL educators who are striving to figure out a way to help students who are bored and struggling in a whole-class setting? This study contributes to the body of knowledge by providing evidence that is needed to verify the existing studies so that English Learning EFL teachers can justifiably decide whether to use cooperative learning in their classrooms.||Mr. Dharmeshkumar Fatesinh Patel|
|6||A Study of Work Commitment and Work Environment among Secondary School TeachersAbstract – Work Commitment were concerns every worker in the entire world with the variable of job satisfaction of individual. Job satisfaction and employee motivation are topics of interest and research within the business or job world because satisfied and motivated employees are loyal to the organization and help production increase. In other words, human factors still play an important role along with technological, financial and time factors. The objective of the study is to determine whether there exist relations between the personal and organizational factors that may influence the Work Commitment were of the teachers teaching in Vadodara District. In this present research all the teachers teaching in schools in Vadodara District from Gujarat State was Considered as the population of the study, sample were selected randomly from a number of respondents from the selected school teachers from the eight Shala Vidya Shankul from Vadodara district. From each Shala Vidya Shankul 50 teachers were selected stratified random sampling and total 400 teachers were selected for the present study. Work Commitment Rating scale was used, from the present research it can be said that Gender-wise, habitat-wise and Experience-wise mean score of female, rural habitat and low-experienced teachers of secondary school are significantly higher than the mean score of male, urban habitat high-experienced teachers of secondary school on Work Commitment Rating Scale.||Mr. Mahipalsinh Vikramsinh Rathod|
|7||Role of ICT in Professional Development of Prospective Teachers: Possibilities & ChallengesAbstract – In recent years, ICT and the Internet have emerged as dependable media of interaction. Unlike the broadcast media, the Internet can facilitate the participation of the periphery in an eminently democratic discourse, which can be empowering (Bowes, 2003). And if properly deployed, quality concerns hitherto forced by economic and power considerations to be confined to the haves can now be within the reach of everyone (Collis & Jung, 2003). Although information and communication technology (ICT) is not a panacea for all educational problems, today’s technologies are essential tools for teaching and learning (Capper (Ed.), 2011). To use these tools effectively and efficiently, teachers need visions of the technologies’ potential, opportunities to apply them, training and just-in-time support, and time to experiment. Only then can teachers be informed and confident in their use of new technologies (Bowes, 2003).||Dr. Jitandera Kumar Snigh et al.|
|8||Ways to Improve Sanskrit Teaching Learning Process in the field of EducationAbstract – There is a scope for improving the method of teaching Sanskrit so as to make it both interesting and effective. Attempts should be made to make the learning of Sanskrit attractive by supplementing the teaching with dialogues, scenes ,scenes from drama, literature of the type of panchtantra, grammatical kavayas etc. Here, the writer wants to convey the innovative ways for Sanskrit teaching.||Dr. Ashokkumar L. Patel|
|9||A Study of Ideal and Real Leadership Behaviour of College Principal in Relation to Particular VariablesAbstract – Behaviors of leader’s far-reaching effects on the persons working in their organization. Question is not that of the status of a leader, but is that of the manifest action of ideal and real leadership Behavior towards effective achievement of the set goals this would involve questions such as how a college principal should behave to improve the standard of quality in his college through the improvement of organizational climate and development of the lecturer.||Dr. Vitthalbhai V. Chaudhari|
|10||The Role of Teacher’s Self Confidence and Teaching Ability with Different Component of TeachingAbstract – Having confidence will only improve a teacher’s worth and their overall effectiveness. It is a key component of being successful. Students in particular quickly pick up on a lack of self confidence and use that to tear a teacher down even further. Lack of self confidence will eventually force a teacher to find another career. Confidence is something that cannot be faked, but it is something that can be built. Building confidence is another component of a principal’s duties. It can make all the difference in the world in how effective a teacher is. There is no perfect formula because every person has their own unique level of confidence. Some teachers do not require their confidence to be boosted at all while others require lots of attention. Here in this paper author has tried to cover different aspect of teaching skill and teaching ability and tried to compare with knowledge, skill, awareness and attitude.||Ashokkumar B. Makwana|
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