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|1||Development and Tryout of Animation Programme for the unit of ‘The Golden Touch’ in EnglishAbstract – Twenty first century is recognised as an age of information and communication. In this age, the earth is considered as a global village with a unique international language, especially English. To face the global challenges and to meet with expectations of the present age, one cannot go on without learning English. Across the Earth, several hundred million people use one or other form of English language in their routines and personal life. Today, English language is a universal tool of communication; and plays a role of common language in the world of trade, science and technology. By reviewing related past literature and studies and considering the importance of computer multimedia and especially animations, the investigator decided to investigate into the development of animation programme for the unit “The Golden Touch” 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. A sample of 240 students was selected and distributed in four groups by random assignment method in each school. ‘Solomon Four Group’ research design was used. 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. At the end of the investigation, the investigator found that the experimental groups did a better performance over control groups on Content Criterion Test for the unit ‘The Golden Touch’, multimedia programme can be used for teaching English irrespective of Gender, Level of IQ of students.||Dr. Riddhi S. Desai|
|2||A Study of Enactment Management of Teacher Trainees of Education CollegeAbstract – Today’s teacher must be competent with modern teaching-learning processes, skills, using technologies and performing tasks related to teaching tasks. In this context, the teacher trainees should be competent with respect to their own work and managing factors related to their own performance. So, it is necessary to know about the level of Enactment Management of teacher trainees according to their perceptions of their ability for particular tasks. So, in the present research work an attempt has been made to find out the level of Enactment Management of teacher trainees of Educational Institutions.||Dr. Zeenat A. Khan|
|3||Using Self-assessment Checklists to Make English Language Learners Self-directedAbstract – Self-directed learning (SDL) has recently gathered momentum among EFL/ESL researchers. Within the SDL framework, learners are responsible to monitor and evaluate their own learning. Student selfassessment can play a crucial role in helping learners become more dedicated and motivated. This study aimed at examining the role of filling out self-assessment checklists by 115 Iranian EFL learners over three successive semesters with reference to the role of gender and level of proficiency. Three classes filled out a standard weekly self-evaluation checklist while three corresponding classes passed the same courses simultaneously without filling out any checklist. The result showed that there is not a significant difference between the final score of the control group and the treatment group as a whole. However, individual analysis of mean score of parallel classes showed that there is a significant difference between the mean score of learners in third semester as the group filling out the checklist scored significantly higher than those who did not. Individual analysis of mean score of third groups also showed a significant difference between the mean score of females and males as female learners earned higher scores; however, overall score of learners did not show any significant difference considering gender factor. In conclusion the implications of the present study are discussed.||Masoud Mahmoodi-Shahrebabaki|
|4||Research Based Learning: An Igniting MindAbstract – Globally there is an overwhelming concern over the quality and relevance of education. Undoubtedly, quality of education is direct consequence and outcome of the quality of teachers and teacher – education system. Now a day, Universities are introducing new pedagogies in response to changing social demands. These demands are encouraging universities to experiment with new ways of educating students. Studies have proven that Research-based learning (RBL) when implemented well, can increase retention of content and improve students’ attitudes towards learning, among other benefits. The goal of education at research-intensive universities is to provide students with the capacity for academic thinking.||Vandana Singh|
|5||The Implementation and Effectiveness of Geographic Information Systems Technology and Methods in High School EducationAbstract – Geographic information systems (GIS) technology and methods have transformed decision-making in universities, government, and industry by bringing digital spatial data sets and geographic analysis to the desktop computer. Some educators consider GIS to be one of the most promising means for implementing educational reform. However, GIS technology has been adopted by only 1% of India high schools. The reasons behind the interest in GIS technology and methods, their slow implementation, their extent in the curriculum, and their effectiveness in teaching and learning are unclear. To address these concerns, this research: (1) describes the geographic and curricular extent to which GIS technology and methods are being implemented in secondary education in the United States, (2) explains why and how GIS is being implemented, and (3) assesses the effects of inquiry-based lesson modules that use GIS technology on teaching and on the acquisition of standardsbased geographic content and skills.||Mehul P. Oza et al.|
|6||A New Success Formula: Social IntelligenceAbstract – When you are talking about intelligence, it features a lot of quick learning, immediate and accurate calculations and new solutions that come to mind. Socialisation is one of hard work on earth. However, all of us, we should prepare ourselves for the day. Almost all teens, or in fact all human beings, in a moment of your life when they feel lonely where everything seems strange and unfamiliar, are missing. Family members, friends, teachers’ role in person’s character formation. The period considered. Storm and stress of adolescence as a period to be mentioned Adolescence. This article reviews the types of social intelligence.||Piyuskumar K. Patel|
|7||The Impact of Authoritative & Neglectful Parenting Style on Educational Performance of Learners at High School LevelAbstract – In A.D. 175 the Greek physician Galen described a familiar approach to parenting as follows:”The normal child is healthy in every way. His manners need no correcting…So, when they cry or scream or are upset, we should understand that it means something is disturbing them, and we must try to discover what they need and give it to them”. One of the best known theories of parenting style was developed by Diana Baumrind. She proposed that parents fall into one of three categories: authoritarian (telling their children exactly what to do), Authoritative parenting (the parent is demanding and responsive), Indulgent (allowing their children to do whatever they wish). The theory was later extended to include Negligent parents (disregarding the children, and focusing on other interests. parenting styles play a decisive role in child’s emotional, intellectual, social, academic and spiritual development. It is a complex issue to explore and understand the impact of different parenting styles on different aspects of development. Various studies have attempted to establish and explore these linkages between parental style and child’s development in a specific domain. The scope of this study is limited to understand the link between neglectful and Indulgent parental style with child’s educational performance at high school level. This study has tried to fill in this gap between Authoritative and Neglectful 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 Authoritarian and Indulgent.||Dr. Monika J. Arora|
|8||Role of Career Decision-Making in the Development of Academic Stress among AdolescentsAbstract – The present study examined the role of career decision-making in the development of academic stress among adolescents. For the study, a sample of 360 adolescents was selected by using stratified random sampling technique. For the collection of data Scale of Academic Stress and Career Decision-Making Inventory were used. Various statistical techniques like t-test, one way analysis of variance and Pearson product moment correlation were used for the analysis of data. Results of the study showed that significant gender differences were observed on academic frustration and academic pressure dimensions of academic stress except academic conflict, academic anxiety and total academic stress. Boys and girls differed significantly only on career decidedness dimension of career decision-making. Also, significant stream differences were observed on the variables of academic frustration (dimension of academic stress) and career decision-making. Correlational analysis showed that academic stress and its dimensions were found to be negatively correlated with career decidedness and positively correlated with career indecision dimension of career decision-making. The results of the study indicated that career related decisions affect the academic environment of adolescents. High level of career decidedness decreases the level of academic stress but high level of career indecision increases the level of academic stress.||Dr. Vandana Sharma|
|9||A Study of the problems faced by teachers in Social Science MethodAbstract – The development of a nation depends upon its education systems. In our country primary education is given in to stage: pre-primary and primary education, whereas the secondary education is given in two parts: Secondary and higher Secondary education. Higher education is given in many disciplines such is the education system of Indian. Teaching work is done in different subject in primary, secondary and higher secondary level. At secondary level the teaching work of social science is done by including subjects like history, geography, civics and economics.||Kamlesh S. Taral|
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