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[…]

Classroom dynamics

After discussing the classroom as a group, structure of a group and interaction in the classroom, we are now in a position to understand the term classroom dynamics. The word dynamics is borrowed from natural sciences. It is a branch of physics dealing with matter in motion. In terms of classroom interaction it can be Read more about Classroom dynamics[…]

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[…]

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[…]

Functions of Computer in Teaching Learning Process

The most effective device for presenting an instructional programme is the computer. With its speed, accuracy and storage capacity it can be made to handle a learning programme of any degree of complexity. The only limits to the branching it can accommodate are set the ingenuity of the programme writer. Again, a computer can respond Read more about Functions of Computer in Teaching Learning Process[…]

Characteristics of Good Questions

Clarity: The question must be dear. It must be free from any kind of ambiguity or vagueness; ft should be framed in such a way that every student in the class easily understands what is wanted even though he does not know the answer of the question. For example, “Who is the President of India?’ Read more about Characteristics of Good Questions[…]

Role of Headmaster

According to Early Childhood Program, in fact headmaster is the fountain head of all good discipline and character formation. He should adopt certain measure to inculcate god discipline in the school. For this he should take the following measures: Teaching methods Classroom methods should be directed towards producing well adjusted and self discipline individuals and Read more about Role of Headmaster[…]

Visual Impairment

Education of the physically handicaps: – Physically handicap children are now inferior in intelligence, IQ, or any grasping ability. But unfortunately in India there is a problematic condition in the education of handicaps. It is very difficult to provide them special school because of less quantity of these students. Education to all’ is the motto Read more about Visual Impairment[…]

Theories of Educational Administration

Several theories of administration have been developed, Educators of Teacher Training has reported eight of them, four general and four educational. These are summarised below: Barnard shows a deep insight into the nature of administration. Space forbids a detailed study of his theory, so we should be content with its more salient features. (1) Co-operation Read more about Theories of Educational Administration[…]

Personality

Introduction The word personality is derived from the Latin word ‘Persona’ means mask, used by the actors to change their appearance but in Roman period it was taken to mean the actor. The meaning of the word personality has changed little since classical times. We often say ‘fine personality’, `good personality’, ‘poor personality’ etc. on Read more about Personality[…]