School Discipline

  School discipline is the system of rules, punishment and behavioural strategies appropriate to the regulation of children and the maintenance of order in schools. Its aim is to control the students actions and behaviour The aim of discipline is to set limits restricting certain behaviour or attitudes that are seen as harmful or going Read more about School Discipline[…]

Programme to improve Teachers Mental Health

Mental Health – One of the most important aims of education is to help the individuals in making adjustment with the changing. It is mental hygiene which helps in having integrated & balanced personality & hence assists the individual in making adjustment. Mental Hygiene is a science which deals with the process of attaining mental Read more about Programme to improve Teachers Mental Health[…]

Organisational Culture and its Dimension

Introduction: The organisational culture is an organisations’ personality. The culture of an organization distinguishes it from others and shapes the actions of its members. “Culture is the soul of the organization, the belief and values and how they are manifested. I think of the structure as the skeleton and as the flesh and blood. And Read more about Organisational Culture and its Dimension[…]

International Understanding

Historically, India has believed in the philosophy of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, which means that the Planet Earth is a single living entity and all forms of life are an interlocking extended family. This philosophy coupled with concern for living a peaceful existence has informed the thinking of the Indian society. Education for international understanding can be Read more about International Understanding[…]

General Considerations Underlying Time-Table Construction

Type of School: The type of school i.e. a boy’s school –Or girl’s school, urban or rural, infant school or school for girls, public or ordinary, will determine the nature of activities of the school and accordingly time-table will be framed. The double shift will call for shortening the duration of the school hours. Similarly, Read more about General Considerations Underlying Time-Table Construction[…]

Discussion Method

According to the modern educational thought a child is not considered as a passive listener but the emphasis is given to make him active in the process of learning. A knowledge which is gained by doing is always permanent. Different teaching methods are used to make the child active. Discussion method is also one of Read more about Discussion Method[…]

Concept of Total Quality Management in Education

The Oxford dictionary defines the word ‘quality’ as ‘how good something is’ or ‘how well the standard of excellence’ is. According to early childhood education training, education is a behavioural science. It deals with humans and is directed towards producing quality products. This means the products of education must bear the stamp of social, moral, Read more about Concept of Total Quality Management in Education[…]

Characteristics of Computer Assisted Instruction

  Two way interaction: Computer-assisted instruction is an, instructional technique based on the two way interaction of a learner and a computer with the objective of human learning and retention. Stored instructional programme Computer- assisted instruction is an instructional technique in which the computer must actually instruct the student, and the computer contains a stored Read more about Characteristics of Computer Assisted Instruction[…]

Types of Conflicts

Latent Conflict: These are conflicts which exist in the organization in the form of potential causative conditions. Any of these conditions may produce conflict in individuals wording in them. It is not seen, but is there present in the latent form. There are innumerable such conditions and circumstances prevailing in our institutions which are conflict Read more about Types of Conflicts[…]

Sources and Dynamics of Conflicts

Conflicts emanate from a variety of sources. The most important sources are issues dealing with income and remunerations (material gains), power and authority sought, cultural values and beliefs, antagonistic attitudes toward particular persons or groups, control over resources, preferences and nuisances, nature of relationship between the parties. Montessori Teacher Training has classified causes of organizational Read more about Sources and Dynamics of Conflicts[…]