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This book is the necessity elementary in nature, being written for Teacher as well as students who are studying psychology for the first time. It is scientifically sound and can give a strong foundation for more advanced study.This book contains chapters as Psychology and nature of learner, Growth and Development, Developmental stage theories, Adolescence, Personality, Individual Differences, Exceptional children, Specific Learner centered techniques, Adjustment, Motivation, Guidance & Counseling. I hope at least some of our teachers develop a keen interest in stimulating subject and will do independent study, going in the end for beyond the scope and depth of this book; I have drawn the illustrations, pictures, diagrams and examples used in this book from daily life. An effort has been made to keep them simple, useful and similar to situations that every teacher will meet in their day to day work. From the point of view of language, the author has tried to make use of the technical vocabulary at the minimum. The bibliography contains a list of some very useful books which will help for further study.
With the growth of globalization, people and cultures are coming together like never before. As an international teacher, I am an example of this phenomenon. After six years abroad, the last three working at an international school in Mongolia, I returned to Canada noticeably changed and struggling to understand the impact of my experiences. Limited literature on international teacher experience led me to engage in this self-study in which I use methods of narrative inquiry to better understand my personal journey of learning and change over the three years that I lived and taught in Mongolia. As I unpack my journey, the artifacts that I remove from my backpack trigger memories of the moments that hold significance. I further ‘unpack’ my vignettes, drawing out the issues that have impacted my changing identity. As newly qualified teachers seek positions in the competitive job market, the international arena remains an appealing option. It is my hope that this book will serve to instigate self-analysis in the reader and serve as a focal point for discussion on issues that could arise while living and teaching overseas.
Teacher education is one of the most important factor in the colleges and university's which needs an immigrate attention. In teacher education we are training the teachers, who are teaching the students. And that is the student how is going to make the society. Now how can we perform well? when they learn well, so that is the teacher how is teaching them. Also a teacher is the biggest role model for every and all students. Lets train our teachers in a best way.
Response to Intervention is a system widely used by education professionals. ESL teachers' roles in this system is explored in this capstone through focus groups and questionnaires. Classroom, special education and support staff were included in this ethnographic research on the ESL teachers' role. The teacher perceptions are captured to help drive decisions on how to use a language expert to make accurate decisions for student achievement.
Teacher education is now at the center of educational priorities in Ethiopia. It is stated in the Ethiopian Educational and Training Policy (1994) for the introduction of far reaching changes in the system of education in the county for its qualitative improvement. Hence, one of the three areas of special attention and priority of action that the document has given is Teacher Education (focuses on teacher training and professional development of teachers). Based on this, the main objective of this study was to examine the influence of input and process related factors on the quality of Primary Teacher Education in Private Teacher Education Institutions. The finding of the study shows that primary teacher education faced serious problem of quality in Private Teacher Education Institutions.
As teachers we sometimes walk into a situation where no pre-designed super-syllabus works, and we have to redesign it or totally resign it. This manuscript is a rubric of extemporaneous utilization of learning chances procured by the teacher who is inspired by the wandering minutes in class. Teachers can only be distinguished for their impromptu decisions when triggered by the ecology of the classroom and the sociology of the learners. The first person that is bored by overplanning is the teacher and you know that tedium is as contagious as yawning. An improvising teacher is fresh with ideas initiated in situ. S/He is a porous persona ready to sponge in and out ideas. IMPROMPTUTORING is a legitimate child of an inter-marriage between ART and ELT. It is a multi-sensory approach to education that summons the mind, the heart, and the physique. The improvisational tasks liberate teachers to de-deskill themselves and breed creative learners who defy the stale concept of ‘horses for courses’. The underpinning idea beneath the book emanated from on-the-ground practice which sublimated into grounded theory. It is a voyage from the algebra of the book to the alchemy of the hook.
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This piece of work takes into account classroom climate as a factor effecting student’s performance and motivation for an efficient process of teaching / learning and a better school environment. Furthermore, it also talks about the fact that teachers need to be more aware of their students’ needs and concerns, as each student perceives the concept of education and is learning in a different way, in order to prevent school failure and leaving the school.
This book is the outcome of Ph.D work which contains the status and different strategy of in-service teacher education programmes in Odisha. It highlights concept,new vision, origin and historical development, need, objectives, organising agencies, strategies and problems of in-service teacher education in India and Odisha. It laid emphasis on the relevant research studies on in-service teacher education programme conducted in Abroad, India and Odisha. It discusses rationale, statement of the problem, operational difinition, objectives, research questions, method, sample, tools, procedure and techniques of data analysis. The details of analysis and interpretation,major findings, educational implications and suggestions for further study is reflected. The book would be useful for educational planners, policy makers, teacher educators, coordinators, teachers, researchers and students for effective organization and understanding of in-service teacher education programme. The book will undoubtedly, prove to be a source of reference for college teachers, who desirous to make their teaching very effective.
In this book, you will find teacher educators’ perceptions about teacher dispositions in terms of whether dispositions are teachable or not, importance of dispositions to be a teacher, and integration methods of dispositions in the teacher education programs. The reader will find the debate in teacher education about integration of teacher dispositions in the programs required to be a good teacher. From perspectives of teacher educators, this book presents the perceptions of 118 teacher educators in eleven NCATE accredited teacher education programs in Florida. This book presents helpful information for teacher educators, researchers, and policymakers about what are teacher dispositions, how can we integrate them in programs, and which dispositions are important to be a teacher.
This study sought to establish the philosophical background to affirmative action for women in tertiary institutions in Zimbabwe in general and at Marymount Teachers College in particular. The research strategy used was triangulation, using interviews, content analysis of written resources and statistical analysis of data. The conclusions drawn were that women are poorly represented both on the lecturing staff body and on the student body and that figures for girls get lower as the education ladder gets higher. The selection process was also noted to militate against the enrolment of females into tertiary institutions. The study thus recommended that girls education should be perceived as problematic and as worthy of attention and that affirmative action in the short term is the correct policy to re-dress historical imbalances in the education of girls.
Researches on education of pupils with learning disabilities reveal the importance of parental involvement in education as a remediation measure. Parents need to be in close contact with the school in order to complement teacher’s efforts when the children are at home. This support would yield consistency at home and in school practice that can have a strong facilitating effect on the learning of pupils with specific learning disabilities as well as others with Special Educational Needs. Research results show that teacher-parent collaboration in education of pupils with Learning Disability is faced with many challenges. For example, there are no guidelines from Ministry of Education; disability manifests itself in many ways some of which are not understood by parents and teachers since they are not trained in handling pupils with Learning Disabilities. Above all, it was confirmed that teachers were reluctant to work with parents in schools. As collaboration in provision of education of pupils with Learning Disabilities is an important resource, it was recommended that the Ministry of Education should provide guidelines on how to tackle this problem.
Teacher occupies pivotal position in educational edifice as they are main agent for implementation of all plans and policies of school education. The role of primary school teacher is of great significance as they start formal education for children. So need of the hour is effective and efficient teacher to teach in schools. One of key factor of good teaching is teachers attitude towards teaching as it motivate teachers to work effectively. This research work is based on attitude towards teaching of primary school teacher. This book consists of five chapters. The chapter-1 detailed about background of the problem with conceptualization of attitude towards teaching. The chapter-II gives a comprehensive review of previous research studies on attitude towards teaching and its correlates. The chapter-III explains the procedure adopted along with sample, tools and techniques of analysis used for this work. The chapter-IV presents result and discussion with help of table and graphs. The last chapter-V concludes by citing major findings, educational implications and suggestions for further study.This book will be of great use for reseachers working in area of primary education.