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Flander’s Technique of Interaction

Flander’s Technique of Interaction Creating Confidence: Giving support to those who lack confidence, assuring the timid ones, not rejecting but redirecting an answer. Helping to locate answers, giving chance to elaborate ideas and to relate own experiences, etc. Enhancing Pupils Aspirations: Requiring only that of which a pupil is capable or just a little more Read more about Flander’s Technique of Interaction[…]

Kinds of Thinking

Kinds of Thinking Thinking may be of many kinds, such as, reveries, controlled association, reasoning, conceptual thinking, imagination, day-dreams, night-dreams, creative thought and so on. These various kinds of thinking are not separate and distinct but grade into one another. The material made use of in all types of thinking is of the same kind Read more about Kinds of Thinking[…]

Constructivist Learning

Introduction: Most of us teach our lessons just as planned, without adopting it to fit the needs of our students. When the inevitable confusion and inattention occurs, they tend to focus only on students who fulfil their expectations and try to ignore the students who don’t understand or are not paying attention. But now the Read more about Constructivist Learning[…]

Causes of Forgetfulness

Forgetting means failure at any time to recall an experience when attempting to do so or to perform an action previously learned. Forgetting is failing to retain or able to recall what has been acquired —James Dreyeunnr. Forgetting not bad as already discussed we come across various kinds of experiences every day. In fact every Read more about Causes of Forgetfulness[…]

How is Self-Confidence Initially Developed

How is Self-Confidence Initially Developed Many factors affect the development of self-confidence. Parents’ attitudes are crucial to children’s feelings about themselves, particularly in children’s early years. When parents provide acceptance, children receive a solid foundation for good feelings about themselves, if one or both parents are excessively critical or demanding, or if they are overprotective Read more about How is Self-Confidence Initially Developed[…]

Role of Guidance Counsellor

Role of Guidance Counsellor The meaning of counselling in the professional sense differs from the popular understanding of the term. For this purpose we shall analyse the various definitions of counselling. It will help us clarify the concept Rogers (1952) describes counselling as “The process by which the structure of the self is relaxed in Read more about Role of Guidance Counsellor[…]

Theory on Depression

Theory on Depression Depression can occur due to various issues in a clients life, including relationship issues, feeling little self worth due to not being able to find meaning in their life, or losing a loved one just to name a few. According to nursery teacher training courses other causes of depression may be “pessimistic thinking, Read more about Theory on Depression[…]

Different Kinds of Interview

An interview is a conversation with a purpose. There are different kinds of interviews. Interview situation should offer a good listening by one who has greater experiences and training. According to Early Childhood Care and Education the counsellor should feel the need of interview and counselling’s. They are as follows: An Employment Interview: Its purpose Read more about Different Kinds of Interview[…]

Role of the Professional School Counsellor

Professional school counsellors are educators with a minimum of a master’s degree in school counselling making them uniquely qualified to address all students’ academic, personal/social and career development needs by designing, implementing, evaluating and enhancing a comprehensive school counselling program that promotes and enhances student success. Professional school counsellors are employed in elementary, middle/junior high Read more about Role of the Professional School Counsellor[…]

Teaching of English Grammar

English grammar as it came down to us was mostly based on Latin, Greek and Sanskrit; all these classical languages were studied and analysed in great detail by scholars. English Grammar consisted of elaborate rules, definitions and exceptions about the structure of the language. It dealt mainly with the physical form of words, word endings, Read more about Teaching of English Grammar[…]