Children’s Literature

An important part of the curriculum consists of experiences with language as well as communication with others. The preschool teacher needs to talk with children and to give them opportunity to talk with her about their experiences. Children from culturally disadvantaged homes seem to be handicapped in school to a great extent because of their Read more about Children’s Literature[…]

Main Principles of Efficient Memorizing

Pre Primary Teacher Training has given below the four factors of memory and they are: Learning, Retention, Recall and Recognition If all these factors word factors properly, the memory will be quite up to the mark but even if one of the factors fails in. its function, memory is defective. All the four factors must be Read more about Main Principles of Efficient Memorizing[…]

Creative Imagination

According to Dreyer, this type of imagination is superior to imitative imagination. This is a type of imagination in which new combination of ideas take place, which is so essential for the progress of human race. According to Early Childhood Education Online creative thinking is the process of recombining facts, ideas and observations in such a Read more about Creative Imagination[…]


Pre Primary Teacher Training feels that an organised social group may have a definitive structure. There is a hierarchy of a positions and roles. The more organised the group, the greater is its degree of structure. Hence, the crowd being an unorganised group has no structure, but the family and the community being more organised, have Read more about CHARACTERISTICS OF A SOCIAL GROUP STRUCTURE[…]

Teacher Training Mumbai

Basic Skills and Personal Attributes to be Effective Counsellor

(1) Personal Attributes: Ask any counsellor about her choice of career and she will most likely say she wants to help people. Many student counsellors already possess a number of qualities needed to be effective, including a genuine warmth toward others, patience, understanding and tact. The client-therapist relationship is based on trust, so these qualifies Read more about Basic Skills and Personal Attributes to be Effective Counsellor[…]

Role of the Professional Counsellor in School Education

(1) Foundation: Professional school counselling theory and research/evidence-base Philosophy for all students to benefit from the school counselling program. Professional school counsellors act on these philosophies to guide the development, implementation and evaluation of a culturally relevant and comprehensive school counsellors create a mission statement support selling programs Professional school other individuals and or supporting Read more about Role of the Professional Counsellor in School Education[…]

School Guidance and Counselling

The guidance and counselling of student integral component of the educational mission of the school. Guidance and counselling services and programs promote the personal/social, educational, and career development of all students. Information for Schools, Students and Families: In the school setting, school counsellors, like all school stag have a set his responsibilities that define their Read more about School Guidance and Counselling[…]


Thinking is one of the important aspects of teaching-learning process. A child’s ability to learn and solve the problems depends upon his ability to think correctly. It helps him in adjustment and is necessary to successful living. The men, who can think distinctly, consecutively and carefully can only contribute something worthwhile to the society. But Read more about TRAINING IN THINKING (HOW TO THINK CORRECTLY)[…]

Techniques of Guidance

The aim of all guidance is to assist the learner to acquire sufficient understanding of himself herself of his environment to be able to utilise most intelligently the educational trained opportunity afforded by the school and community. Children come into world genetically endowed with all their human potential for growing, developing and learning. A child’s Read more about Techniques of Guidance[…]

The All India Council for Secondary Education

All India Council for Secondary Education: This council was established in 1955 for the specific purpose of providing a specialised institution for the development of secondary education in the country. The number of these members was 22 and its chairperson was the Educational Adviser of the government of India. At that time this council was Read more about The All India Council for Secondary Education[…]