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|1||Hypotheses and its TestingAbstract – A statistical hypothesis test is a method of making decisions using data from a scientific study. In statistics, a result is called statistically significant if it has been predicted as unlikely to have occurred by chance alone, according to a pre-determined threshold probability, the significance level. The phrase “test of significance” was coined by statistician Ronald Fisher. These tests are used in determining what outcomes of a study would lead to a rejection of the null hypothesis for a pre-specified level of significance; this can help to decide whether results contain enough information to cast doubt on conventional wisdom, given that conventional wisdom has been used to establish the null hypothesis. The critical region of a hypothesis test is the set of all outcomes which cause the null hypothesis to be rejected in favor of the alternative hypothesis. Statistical hypothesis testing is sometimes called confirmatory data analysis, in contrast to exploratory data analysis, which may not have pre-specified hypotheses. Statistical hypothesis testing is a key technique of frequentist inference. Here the author of this article wants to introduce the testing of hypotheses.||Dr. Nilesh Gajjar|
|2||A Study of Effect of Gender on Learning by Traditional Method and Computerized Programmed Learning MaterialAbstract – Present study has been done to know the effect of Gender on Teaching by Conventional teaching method and Computerized Programmed Learning Material. For this Computerized Programmed Learning Material was prepared and applied on 220 students out of which 110 boys and 110 girls in 2 different Gujarati Medium schools of Ahmedabad. On the basis of the post data score mean and ‘F’ was calculated for data analysis.||Pri. Ravindra Mojidra|
|3||A Study of the Attitude of Faith in God in the Students from Uttar Buniyadi and Common SchoolsAbstract – Through holistic education, each person should know himself as possible, i.e. his body mind, knowledge, belief, consciousness. Each person should know how to adjust, how to solve problems, how to be confident? For these purpose same internal and external values are required. In the present paper, the researcher wants to know what the students of Uttar Buniyadi schools believed about Faith in God.||Prin. Chhaya Damor|
|4||A Study of the Effect of CAI and Traditional Method on the Educational Achievement of Students’ in Reference to Some Concepts of Social ScienceAbstract – PURPOSE: This study aimed to compare the effects of computer-assisted, text-based and computer-and-text learning conditions on the performances of 2 groups of 8th standard students, taking into account their academic achievement to date. A second group of students served as a control (no-study) group. METHOD: CAI programme was developed by the researcher to compare the effect on Achievement. Thus, by Simple equivalent group pre test-post test design experimental method was applied on the experimental group. EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATION: Teacher teaches the concepts through traditional method but they do not understand the problem of the student. We have number of techniques and method, teacher should use like CAI method for better teaching. Present study evident that the CAI method is better than traditional method so far social science is concern. RESULT: CAI is better method for teaching concepts of social science.||Prof. Amit Parmar|
|5||A Study of the Views of Teacher Educators about Education of Spirituality among B.Ed. TraineesAbstract – When we think of sustainable society, we think in terms of a culture of peace, economic justice, respect for nature, welfare of all, acceptance of divine brother hood. The limitations of the formal education system make us find out a vehicle to reach to destination and the vehicle is none other than spirituality. Spiritual intelligence gives us our integrity. It is the intelligence of deep self. It is the intelligence which asks fundamental questions and with the help of which we reframe our answers. Spiritual intelligence enables a person to understand the deeper meaning in life, the ultimate purpose of our existence. These questions are important as they determine our behaviour and our interactions with society. The B.Ed. trainees are the teachers of tomorrow. Do they need to be taught about spirituality? The researcher tried to find out the views of the teacher educators about the importance of education of spirituality among B.Ed. trainees. A self-made interview schedule was used. The items of the interview schedule included the questions on the concept of spirituality, why is the education of spirituality necessary among B.Ed. trainees, how will it be beneficial to society, etc. 15 teacher educators from Mehsana City were selected as sample. They were consulted and their responses were noted down. Qualitative analysis of the responses of was carried out and findings were drawn out. Most of the teacher educators were of the view that spiritual intelligence helps a person to understand his/her position as a relative being in the universe. It gives true meaning to life. Teachers are the makers of nation. So, they must be spiritually intelligent. If we want to create value based society, the trainees must have sound knowledge of spirituality. The spiritual teachers will be able to carry out their task in a far better way. In today’s materialistic world, spirituality gives peace of mind. To nourish values among students, it is inevitable that the B.Ed. trainees are taught some lessons of spirituality.||Dr. Ashok S. Thakkar|
|6||The Effect of Gender and Qualification of the Primary Teachers on their ReadinessAbstract – Readiness helps the working teachers at the primary fields. At present, they engage to do many activities in fixed time therefore they can’t have proper time to check it and not able to solve it. Now a day the readiness has played the vital role for the primary teachers. Hence the researcher has selected the problem as origin of a problem.||Mr. Jesal Patel|
|7||Redefining the Role of UGC Academic Staff Colleges in the Context of Global Competitiveness of Higher EducationAbstract – The NPE recognized the need for improving quality of teaching and proposed to provide opportunities for professional and career development. So that teachers may fulfill their role and responsibility of higher education. It was proposed to enhance their motivation skills and knowledge through systematic orientation in specific subject’s techniques and methodologies and thereby enucleate in them the right kind of values that would in turn encourage them to take initiatives for innovative and creative work.||Chandrakant G. Brahmbhatt|
|8||Social Interaction ModelAbstract – Models of Teaching have been defined in a number of ways. Some of the important definitions of teaching models are given here to have a wider perspective of this concept. Allen and Rayn (1969): Modeling is an individual demonstrating particular pattern which the trainee learns through imitation. Baundura (1969): Modeling demonstrates that virtually all learning phenomena resulting from direct experiences can occur on a vicarious basis through observation of other person’s behavior and its consequences for them B.K. Passi L.C. Singh and D.N. Sanasnwal (1991): A model of teaching consists of guidelines for designing educational activities and environments. Model of teaching is a plan that can also be utilized to shape courses of studies to design instructional material and to guide instruction. Educators and psychologist have designed several types of teaching models which provide suitable guidelines to the teachers for modifying the behavior of the learners.||Bhavin H. Patel|
|9||A Study of Risk Taking Behaviour of Adolescent Students in Relation to Emotional IntelligenceAbstract – The present study is conducted on risk taking behaviour of adolescent student in relation to emotional intelligence considering the assumption that emotional intelligence can help students to take risks that lead to intellectual growth. Two hundred students studying in senior secondary classes of Palanpur city constituted the sample for the study. Tool prepared by Dr. Y.K Gupta was used for measuring risk taking behaviour and emotional intelligence. Product moment coefficients of correlation were calculated to test the hypotheses. The results of the study reveal that there is positive relationship between emotional intelligence and risk taking behaviour of adolescent boys were as girls contradict that result. Result also shows that students having high emotional intelligence are high risk takers where as average and low emotionally intelligent students are showing no risk taking behaviour in learning environment.||Dr. Sureshchandra R. Joshi|
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