Merits of Part-Method

Merits of Part-Method It is very easy for a child to learn a small part at once because it requires less time and effort. Immediate success gives encouragement to the child and adds to his satisfaction.Now he feels pleasure in attempting the other parts and embracing the sure success. Merits of Part-Method A thing taken Read more about Merits of Part-Method[…]

Interaction in the classroom

Interaction in the classroom In the present day set up of the teaching-learning process the teacher talks, instructs, demonstrates and then the students react in response to her. They listen when the teacher speaks, carry out the instructions given to them, observe things when demonstrated and even draw inferences and conclusions when they are told Read more about Interaction in the classroom[…]

Concept of mental health – fostering mental health

Concept of mental health – fostering mental health In his book Mental Hygiene in Public Health. P.V. Lewan defines mentally healthy individual is one who is himself satisfied, lives peacefully with his neighbours, makes healthy citizenship role. “Mental health is the adjustment of human beings to the world and to each other with a maximum Read more about Concept of mental health – fostering mental health[…]

Essentials of an Effective Counsellor

Essentials of an Effective Counsellor: A counsellor is a person who provides counsel to a—other person who is   usually in some position of need or requires help. As a verb,   the   word counsel can mean: “to   give guidance” or “to   give   advice”. Most counsellors realize their role is less about giving advice, as advice tends Read more about Essentials of an Effective Counsellor[…]

Skills of Narration

Narration Narration is an intellectual activity; in teaching there are certain concepts, ideas or phenomenon which needs further clarification in a more detailed way. Knowledge of skill of narration is very important for a teacher so that he can narrate the ideas in a very systematic and meaningful manner. In subjects like history, literature, civics, Read more about Skills of Narration[…]

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[…]

Individualized Education Programme (IEP)

Individualized Education Programme refers to a carefully designed systematically implemented & objectively evaluated programme to meet the special education needs of an individual child. Individualized Education Programme is a complex process. It is not the responsibility of any single person it is a group work. The success of inclusion depends upon a number of persons Read more about Individualized Education Programme (IEP)[…]

Discipline in a Democratic Society

Discipline in a Democratic Society Narrow and Broader View Regarding Discipline The concept of discipline may be viewed from a narrow and old or, from a modern and broader point of view. From the narrow point of view discipline means subjection to authority, obedience to law and order and bringing the child under control. From Read more about Discipline in a Democratic Society[…]

Aim and Scope of Guidance Services

Guidance services have a much wider scope and function than merely that of assisting students in making educational and vocational choices. The aims of guidance are both adjustive and developmental; it helps the student in making the best possible adjustment to the situations in the educational institution and in the home and at the same Read more about Aim and Scope of Guidance Services[…]

Management of Things and Human Relations

Management of Things and Human Relations Prof. S. N. Mukerji thinks that “Education administration it concerned with the management of things as well as with human relationships, i.e., the better working together of people. In fact, it is more concerned with human beings and less with inanimate things. ‘It is, therefore, primarily a social enterprise.” Read more about Management of Things and Human Relations[…]