Education

EFFECTS OF PICTURES IN TEXTBOOKS ON STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY

One essential key element of the curriculum is the textbook which provides a clear structure for teachers and students. This paper is study based on the literature and previous research papers to explain the importance of textbooks as well as effect of pictures in the textbooks on student’s creativity. Images in the textbooks influence the learning process. Students often see pictures before reading the text and these pictures can enhance the power of imagination of the students. The findings of this study show that the pictures in textbooks can increase students’ creativity.

VALUE EDUCATION – NEED OF THE MODERN TIME

Today’s modern time is the time of globalization. Aptitude of our youth is toward western life -style and culture is natural. This aptitude is not only limited to youth, almost everybody in country is running a blind race of cut throat competition to accumulate more money and things of leisure and pleasure. In recent years increase in percentage of crimes committed by youth especially adolescents has created a line of concern on the face of parents. Root cause of the problem lies in the quality of education we are providing to our child.

A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO CERTAIN VARIABLES

The present study was conducted to investigate the emotional intelligence of higher secondary school students of Anand district. A sample of 820 participants was selected from secondary school of Anand district using stratified random sampling method. Among them 471 were boys and 349 girls were selected. Emotional Intelligence scale constructed and standardized by Dr. Pallaviben Patel and Dr. Hiteshbhai Patel was used to measure Emotional intelligence of the students. The data were analyzed using t-test. The urban students were having high emotional intelligence than the rural students.

PEOPLE’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY: A STUDY IN SYLHET CITY

Now-a-days disability is a burning issue in the society. Children with disability (CWD) are the most vulnerable and underprivileged section of the population. The main objective of the study is to explore the attitude of the people towards CWD. The study is conducted on the basis of qualitative method. Both in-depth qualitative interviews and FGDs are arranged to collect authentic data. Ten children with disability and their parents are purposively selected for individual interviews.

An Experimental Study of the Effectiveness of the Website in Learning Science and Technology at Secondary Level

Investigator  observed during her teaching experiences at B. Ed. College that, B. Ed. Trainees use only Chalk and Talk method or charts, pictures and models while teaching in the classes. But at the same time, the students feel such teaching boring as well as uninterested.

A Study of the Opinions of Trainees about Internship Programme

The present study was conducted to know the Opinions of Trainees about Internship Programme. A total of 34 students were taken as a sample. A survey was carried out to find out the opinions. Opinionnaire was given to trainees to obtain their response regarding the quality of experience, interaction with the principal, professors, and support staff, working hours and the relevance of the college education. Data was in the form of opinions of the respondents on three point scale. Data was analysed using percentage, average weighted, rank and chi-square test.

A Study of Factors related to Stress during Teacher Training

The purpose of the present study was to identify the factors related to stress among teacher trainees. 35 teacher trainees, 35 parents of  teacher trainees’ and 16 teacher educators were involved as the respondents. The predetermined factors were physical, psychological, educational, environmental & socio cultural. The instrument used for data collection was  researcher made open ended questionnaire. The researcher used rating scale for selection of suitable/appropriate medium to alleviate stress among teacher trainees.

A Study of the Effectiveness of Panel Discussion in Economics

In the present study Researcher tried to find the Effectiveness of Panel Discussion Method in Economics. Random sampling technique was used for selecting the sample. The total sample was that of 64 students in which 32 students were selected in Control group and 32 students were selected in Experimental group.

A Study about the Awareness and Implementation of ‘Fundamental Duties of Indian Citizens’ in the Youth of Surat City

India is a Democratic Country and in every democratic country some rights are given to each citizen. These rights can be utilized only when the citizen obeys the related duties. Thus rights and duties are like the two sides of the same coin. If one is night, the another is day. They cannot exist without each other. Each citizen of India is supposed to have a better knowledge of his/her duties with his knowledge of rights. Fundamental rights are like special rights with a responsibility.

A STUDY OF AWARENESS ABOUT RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT-2005 AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF SURAT CITY

The Right to Information is implicitly guaranteed by the Constitution. However, with a view to set out a practical regime for securing information, the Indian Parliament enacted the Right to information Act, 2005 and thus gave a powerful tool to the citizens to get information from the Government as a matter of right. Right to Information can empower citizens to take charge by participating in decision-making and by challenging corrupt and arbitrary actions at all levels.