Organizational Climate

Organizational Climate Norris Haynes “Organizational Climate is the sum total of a dynamic interaction among the psycho social, academic and physical dimensions of the school environment.” G. Miskel Organisational Climate is the result of inter personal behaviour, attitude, perceptions and values of the individuals who are working in the organization.” Halpin “Climate is to an Read more about Organizational Climate[…]

Limitations of Dramatization

Limitations of Dramatization Lack of Knowledge in the Art of Dramatization – Dramatization requires some technical knowledge. Every teacher does not possess it. This technique should, therefore, be employed only by those who have some knowledge about it, Children have potentiality to act. They can imitate the actions when they see a play. Therefore they Read more about Limitations of Dramatization[…]

Importance of English in Multi – lingual Society

Importance of English in Multi – lingual Society Language is god’s special gift to man, Language is a means of communication. The verbal interaction among people is possible due to language. As the birds chirp & twitter, Lions roar, cat mew the human use words because humans are gifted with speech as they have developed Read more about Importance of English in Multi – lingual Society[…]

Educational Functions of Guidance at the Elementary and Middle School Stages

Educational Functions of Guidance at the Elementary and Middle School Stages Guidance in Schools’ (1978), a publication of NCERT has explained the role of guidance at this stage in these words. “Nothing gives a better realization of the close relationship between education and guidance than a study of its functions at the elementary stage. According Read more about Educational Functions of Guidance at the Elementary and Middle School Stages[…]

Corporal Punishment

Corporal Punishment Violent antagonistic views have been expressed regard this type of punishment in the old type of educational system, it occupied a very important place and was considered to be an indispensable weapon in the hands of a teacher to reform the child. ‘Spare the rod and spoil the child’ was their favourite slogan. Read more about Corporal Punishment[…]

Cognitive Perspectives of Learning

Cognitive Perspectives of Learning a) Thinking: Concept & Types (Convergent-Divergent Critical Reflective) Thinking, reasoning and problem solving are cognitive activities that distinguish human beings from other species. Rene Descartes said “I think therefore I am”. No task can be achieved without thinking. Lack of adequate thinking affects success of a task. It could be concrete Read more about Cognitive Perspectives of Learning[…]

Vocational Guidance and its Need

Vocational Guidance and its Need The General Conference of International Labour Organization in its vocational guidance recommendations described “Vocational Guidance” as “assistance given to an individual in solving problems related to occupational choice and progress with due regard for the individual’s characteristics and their relation to occupational opportunity.” In the definition adopted by the National Read more about Vocational Guidance and its Need[…]

The Counselee

The Counselee According to Ruth Strange the counselee is the centre of the counselling process. She writes. The person being counselled the counselee is of course, the centre of the counselling process. To him the counsellor is constantly sensitive. Basis to successful counselling in an understanding or the counselee’s concept of himself, his readiness for Read more about The Counselee[…]

Qualities of Extrovert & Ambivert

Qualities of Extrovert & Ambivert Qualities of extrovert: – Extroverts are people who are very social, adventurous, o-operative & bold. They are free from worries & have fluency in speech. Following are the qualities of extrovert that has been explained by Montessori Teacher Training. 1) Strong desire for activity:- The extroverts are always eager to Read more about Qualities of Extrovert & Ambivert[…]

Meaning and Nature of Conflicts

Meaning and Nature of Conflicts Conflict has been defined as “divergent and incompatible” views of interacting parties. According to Early Childhood Education Course, “Conflict is the pursuit of in-compatible or at least seemingly incompatible goals, such that gains to one side come out at the expense of the other.” It has been, thus, considered a Read more about Meaning and Nature of Conflicts[…]