Concept of Mental Health Fostering Mental Health at Home and School

Mental health can and should be a lived experience for teachers and pupils. The teacher’s part is greater in mental health education than in physical health education because some of the mental health problems are caused by school situations and others are aggravated by school conditions. They can help to establish a therapeutic environment for Read more about Concept of Mental Health Fostering Mental Health at Home and School[…]

Approaches for fostering classroom dynamics

In this changing situation a teacher is not able to rally and control ‘the forces that produce activity’ to bring about the desired change of behaviour by the use of the old literature, exposition or demonstration methods. To maintain appropriate classroom dynamics new methods of teachings or rather new methods of causing learning and managing Read more about Approaches for fostering classroom dynamics[…]

Transactional Analysis – Ego States

Parent Ego State by early childhood courses: This is a set of feelings, thinking and behaviour that we have copied from our parents and significant others. As we grow up we take in ideas, beliefs, feelings and behaviours from our parents and caretakers. If we live in an extended family then there are more people Read more about Transactional Analysis – Ego States[…]

Interface between Individual and Group Counselling

Early Childhood Care and Education has given below several advantages of Group counselling : (a) It is economical in many ways. In group counselling a large number of individuals are helped at the same time by a counsellor. This saves money and time. (b) It helps individuals to socialise their attitudes, habits and judgements. (c) Read more about Interface between Individual and Group Counselling[…]

Role of Theories with Clients

This counsellor believes that blending Adlerian theory and behavioural theory will be a successful for her clients. An example given by Teacher Courses in Mumbai, a person who has suffered from depression their whole lives can find through Adlerian theory where her depression stems from and the behavioural theory can help the client to change Read more about Role of Theories with Clients[…]


Teacher Training has already discussed earlier the fundamental processes of sensation and perception through which we acquire the knowledge of the world. Besides these processes, there is another important process namely image formation and imagining. Imagination may be defined conveniently as mental manipulation. This process involves the recall of past experiences in the form of Read more about Imagination[…]

Case-Study helps the Counsellor to assess student

The case study method was originally used in medicine to examine the patient’s previous development his health and physical state from the beginning and many other factors in the past, besides making a case study of the patient’s present condition and symptoms. “Case history includes the past history of an individual as well as his Read more about Case-Study helps the Counsellor to assess student[…]

Various measures which can be taken in schools for the proper of children

1) School environment: Ravindranath had stated that school should be like home. School environment plays an important role in the development of the positive environment. The school environment should be free from caste, creed or religious feeling. It should provide feelings of security to each & every student irrespective of their religion or socio-economic conditions. Read more about Various measures which can be taken in schools for the proper of children[…]

Story-Telling Method

Telling a story, talking, making a speech is all included in story-telling method because in all these voice is used. In lower classes telling story is the best way of teaching. Even Plato has considered this method fruitful and appropriate for small children. Children by nature are story-loving. Their many naturalistic tendencies are developed in Read more about Story-Telling Method[…]

Role of a Teacher in Developing Convergent and Divergent Thinking

Thinking is an important part of teaching learning. The child’s ability to solve problems depends on his thinking. According to Teacher Training Institute the educational implications of the thinking process are: Adequacy of experience and knowledge: Convergent Thinking cannot occur in vacuum. It needs knowledge and experiences. Concepts play a major role in thinking. Care Read more about Role of a Teacher in Developing Convergent and Divergent Thinking[…]