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|1||Family Environment and Peer Group Influence as Predictors of Academic Stress among AdolescentsAbstract – The present study was attempted to find out the predictors of academic stress among adolescents. The study was conducted on a sample of 360 adolescents in Chandigarh. For the collection of data Scale of Academic Stress, Family Environment Scale and Peer Group Influence Inventory were used. For the analysis of data statistical techniques like t-test, Pearson’s product moment correlation and stepwise multiple regression were used. The results of the study showed that no significant gender difference was observed on academic stress. But on cohesion (the dimension of family environment) significant gender difference was observed. On peer group influence variable, significant gender differences were observed on health and outer appearance, aggression, substance use and sexual behaviour dimensions. Correlational analysis showed that academic stress was significantly and negatively correlated with cohesion, expressiveness, independence and organization dimensions of family environment. But positive and significant relationship of academic stress was observed with family involvement, health and outer appearance, aggression and sexual behaviour dimensions of peer group influence. Regression analysis demonstrated that cohesion (the dimension of family environment) and aggression (the dimension of peer group influence) were the significant predictors of academic stress and contributed to it independently as well as conjointly. The results indicated a clear role of family environment and peer group influence in the development of academic stress.||Vandana Sharma|
|2||A study of Guided Discovery Awareness of teacher-students of B.Ed. CollegeAbstract – Teacher education programme is the most effective and verities of experiences where, teacher education provide them continuous feedback to make their professional growth as well as teacher trainees are also notes their lessons and give them necessary practical continues changes for the best kind of teacher hood. The role of the teacher trines are most crucial because at this stage they have to learn and to follows to practice of the professional matter of commitment, directly or indirectly among the teacher trainee. From the above related literature it is also noted that the teacher commitment is the best predictor of job satisfaction among school teachers and stay-back is the factor which is most highly and significantly related to commitment. In the field of the education professional commitment should be the key point, which will be useful to predict about the feature performance of the teacher trainee with reference to teacher education. Hence, the present study was under taken to identify the responsible variables and factors regarding the guidance discovery Awareness of teacher trainees.||Dr. L. H. Patel|
|3||A Study of Correlation of Self-concept and I.Q. of H.S.C. StudentsAbstract – Present study focuses on the self-concept and I.Q. of Higher Secondary School Students of Gandhinagar city. In this study researcher selected a total of 300 students from the Gandhinagar city. After that the researcher applied self-concept inventory of Dr Pallaviben P. Patel and I.Q. scale of Dr. K. G. Desai to check correlation between self concept and I.Q.||Yogini S.Jani|
|4||Study of Job-Satisfaction of the Primary School TeachersAbstract – The present study was aimed to carry out to find the level of Job Satisfaction in the following aspect: Intrinsic aspect of Job, salary Promotional avenues and service condition aspect, Physical facilities aspect, institution plans and policy aspect, satisfaction with social status and family welfare, aspect rapport with students aspect and total components of job – satisfaction sample of 185 primary teachers was selected randomly.||Kusum C. Chandana|
|5||Study Effectiveness of Self-Regulated Learning of Secondary School StudentsAbstract – This article describes how self-regulated learning (SRL) has become a popular topic in research in educational psychology and how the research has been translated into classroom practices. Research during the past 30 years on students’ learning and achievement has progressively included emphases on cognitive strategies, metacognition, motivation, task engagement, and social supports in classrooms. SRL emerged as a construct that encompassed these various aspects of academic learning and provided more holistic views of the skills, knowledge, and motivation that students acquire. The complexity of SRL has been appealing to educational researchers who seek to provide effective interventions in schools that benefit teachers and students directly. Examples of SRL in classrooms are provided for three areas of research: strategies for reading and writing, cognitive engagement in tasks, and self-assessment. The pedagogical principles and underlying research are discussed for each area. Whether SRL is viewed as a set of skills that can be taught explicitly or as developmental processes of self-regulation that emerge from experience, teachers can provide information and opportunities to students of all ages that will help them become strategic, motivated, and independent learners.||Devyani K. Raval|
|6||Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Package for Teaching Reading Comprehension in EnglishAbstract – The present study was conducted to examine the effectiveness of computer in teaching reading comprehension in English language. Reading is one of the important aspects of education. The important factor of meaningful and cognitive development of the students is reading and reading comprehension. Therefore it is necessary for one to live well and let other live well. The researcher prepared a computer Assisted Language Learning Package for teaching of reading comprehension of English language to assess its effectiveness as compared with conventional classroom teaching.||Prof. Kamleshkumar N. Gohel|
|7||Competency Centered Teacher Training ProgrammeAbstract – The Constitution of India provides for free and compulsory training for all children upto the age of 14 years. Training reformers and researchers planned so many schemes to achieve the goal of Universal Primary Training. Besides this, Emergent and developed countries joined hands and pledged to have ‘Training for All’ in the 20th century. Yet, today in the 21st century which is called ‘Information Age’ much still remains to be done, particularly in rural parts of India. Literacy does not stop with acquiring three R’s but goes further in Emergent the innate talent of children. Both qualitative and quantitative aspects of training, especially in densely populated country like India, should get equal stress in all efforts. One cannot be compromised at the cost of other. The major focus in training for the masses needs to be done on the teacher and the taught. Children have to be moulded and guided for development of their innate talents and for that purpose, the teacher must possess the required competencies, skills and bent of mind which can be cultivated by promoting competency based teacher training programme at all the levels of teacher training.||Dr. C. K. Konkani|
|8||Inclusive Culture: A Benchmark of I.Q.A.C.Abstract – According to Daniels (1999) the term “inclusion” has become part of the terminology of special needs education. The basic premise behind inclusive education is that the higher education should needs education. The basic premise behind inclusive education is that the higher education should meet the education need of all students irrespective of their physical, intellectual, social, emotional, linguistic or other consideration interfering in learning. In recent time it is very commonly agreed view that disability should not be equated with inability, disability issue should be treated as development and human rights issue, inclusive education is not a separate but an integral part of general education and all teachers should be prepared to teach all students.||Dr. Asha Pandit|
|9||Teacher Education – Demand and Supply IssuesAbstract – The success of a student depends most of all on the quality of the teacher. The quality of teachers has become a major concern of policy-makers, college and university, especially at the colleges of teacher education, and the public in general. Quality teacher is the right of every child. In an era of increasing standards and accountability in education, teacher quality and teacher training will be more important than ever. The demand of teachers has been increased during past years, but that demand has been encountered with teachers having paper qualification. Quality teachers will be a major concern in coming years while facing numerous challenges to teacher education in the era of digital technology and globalization. This paper focuses on the challenges faced by teacher education in present era.||Dr. Divyesh M. Patel|
|10||ICT and Teacher Education CurriculumAbstract – “Curriculum development is essentially a process of permanent search for qualitative improvement in response to different changes in the society. As such it is not a static but a dynamic process and should stand on three pillars, relevance, equity and excellence.” Curriculum developers must increasingly be demand driven than supply driven. They must be diviners of the learning needs of their students for the future rather than the packagers of subject content in which they are experts. Within the education sector, institutions catering to Teacher education have generally been the slowest and most lukewarm in adapting to anything that is new and off the beaten track. This has severely affected the quality of education imparted in schools and colleges. The teachers in this era of globalization are confronted with varied problems that are anticipated in this new knowledge age. This necessitates redefining philosophy of education for the development of a holistic personality. The paper presents the emerging trends in instrumental technology and proposes a plan of action to overhaul. The B.Ed. curriculum within the parameters approved by the University so that implementation does not face many hurdles.||Dr. Hema P. Bhagwat|
|11||NAAC : Need of the HourAbstract – Our higher education system has to adopt such paths that ensure open, transparent and efficient education system that produces value added knowledgeable human power and this demands quality in functioning of educational institutions. Quality education is possible when it aims at full development of learner – mind, heart and ability to act that is thinking, feeling, doing. To assess and accredit institutions of higher education with an objective to improve quality of education NAAC a need of the hour.||Jatin G. Jayswal|
|12||Indian Education System- A Historical JourneyAbstract – The present paper discusses about the historic journey of Indian education system, which can be chronologically categorized into Ancient Vedic times, Medieval Buddhist period, Islamic period and modern pre and postcolonial era. Indian education system as well as the culture enjoyed its excellent status during ancient time. Education flourished at Nalanda, Takshashila, Ujjain, and Vikramshila Universities during medieval Buddhist period and earned prestige and reputation everywhere forever. With the advent of Mogul reign in India, the traditional methods of education increasingly came under Islamic influence; and Urdu, Farsi and Arabic languages replaced Sanskrit as a medium of instruction. Islamic institutions of education developed traditional Madresas and Maktabs and disapproved previous systems of education prevailed in India. The present educational system of India is nothing but a replica of British education system, introduced and founded by Macaulay in the 20th century. During 19th century in higher education, the British rule did not take adequate measures to help develop science and technology in India and instead focused more on arts and humanities. Though there are problems and disparities between the objectives and their implementation in education, the present education system in India has come a long way and will continue to improve in the future.||Dr. Rajashree N. Pandya|
|13||A Healing Tune of IT in EducationAbstract – A nation’s development potential depends upon its ability to continuously educate its population and its ability to create armies of skilled mind power. In particular, use of Information Technology (IT) in acquiring knowledge and skill has become an essential element in education and training. Authors believe that technology can be used as a supplement or replacement to a traditional lecture course. Information technologies are better than others and add more value to the instructional strategy. Here, the authors want to discuss the main avenues: web-based content, courseware and IT usage. In relation to this the use of IT in classroom some fundamental gains should be visualized such as practices of IT encourages teacher-students contact, cooperation among students, get prompt feedback, emphasizes time on task, communicates high expectations. Especially, a unified relationship of modern technology-IT and teacher students are depicted in this paper.||Dr. Minaxi M. Jariwala|
|14||A Study of factors affecting Teacher Educator’s Capability and its EffectivenessAbstract – The teacher-educator is the persons who bring great changes in the field of education. They are truly called angles of the revolution. It is said that if doctor mistakes, it buries in the grave, if in engineer mistakes, it hides in wall, if an advocate mistakes, it hides in the files, but if teacher is faulty, it is seen clearly in mirror of the nation. There are many factors effective on quality of teacher education colleges. The researcher had intended to find out effect of some factors responsible on capability of teacher educators.||Manishaben Simonbhai Parmar|
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