Education

SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE OF TEACHER TRAINEES

This study was initiated to investigate the impact of spiritual intelligence on the Teacher trainees related to their gender, type of family and marital status. A sample of 33 M.Ed. teacher trainees’ was selected. A tool on Spiritual Intelligence devised by Prof. Roquiya Zainuddin and Ms. Anjum Ahmed was used for the present study. The data was analysed by using Mean, S.D. and t-test. The findings of the study revealed that there was a high Spiritual Intelligence in Teacher Trainees. There is no significant difference in the SI Scores of Male and female Teacher Trainees.

A STUDY OF AIDS AWARENESS OF STUDENTS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL OF MUNDRA CITY

This Study is based on the survey research for knowing awareness of students regarding Contagious disease AIDS. Researcher has attempted to check the effect of Gender, Cast and Area of location of secondary school students on Consciousness Standard of Students about AIDS Disease.

TEACHING THROUGH SYNECTICS: PAVING WAY TO INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

William J. J. Gordon and his associates designed Synectics, an interesting approach to the development of creativity. Analogies are the chief element of Synectics. In Synectics exercises students ‘play’ with analogies until they relax and begin to enjoy making more and more metaphoric comparisons. Then they use analogies to attack problems or ideas. It is designed to lead students into slightly illogical world to give us the opportunity to invent new ways of seeing things, expressing ourselves and approaching problems. There are two strategies based on Synectics procedure.

ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TOWARDS LEARNING NATURAL SCIENCE SUBJECTS IN ETHIOPIA PRIMARY SCHOOLS

This study examines attitudes to school science classes amongst primary school students based on the assumption that these will influence their attitudes and choices later in life. 980 primary school students in grades 4-6 were given a Likert-type questionnaire and asked to provide verbal explanations for their agreement/disagreement with each item.

DEVELOPMENT OF CAI PACKAGE AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS ON GEOMETRY TEACHING AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

The present study concentrates on the effectiveness of cai package on teaching geometry among high school students. The main objective of the study is to find out the effectiveness of cai  package on geometry teaching among standard ix students. It was proved using Pretest-posttest Equivalent group design – an experiment study. The result of this study reveals that the students of the experimental group show greater achievement not only in the gain scores but also in the attainment of knowledge, understanding and application level.

AN EXPLORATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 'COMPREHENSIONAL SKILLS' IN ENGLISH THROUGH MULTIMEDIA STRATEGY

Global trend obviously is the increasing use of modern scientific and communication technology in education. The area of curriculum construction, selection of audio-visual material, determination of educational objectives and area of feed-back will become more effective and the process will be faster too with the use of Information Technology. Nowadays, Information Technology and computers have enriched the teaching-learning process. They have a great potential for teaching at all levels. They have brought a sea change and innovativeness in teaching and learning.

JOB SATISFACTION OF TEACHER EDUCATORS AT THE D.T.ED. LEVEL : ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH ORGANISATIONAL HEALTH

The present study is an attempt to find out whether the job satisfaction of  teacher educators is related to the organizational health as it is expected that a teacher educator who is satisfied in his job will have better teacher performance.  For this purpose, organizational health is conceptualised as having seven dimensions, namely, institutional integrity, principal influence, consideration, initiating structure, resource support, morale and academic emphasis. The sample was selected from 14 D.T.Ed colleges situated in Greater Mumbai including 90 teacher educators.

A STUDY OF RESPONSES OF STUDENT-TEACHERS ON BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAMME AT SARDAR PATEL UNIVERSITY

The quality of an education system depends to a large measure on securing a fair number of well qualified and educated, well-equipped, contented and updated teachers. For creating effective teacher, we need an effective teacher training programme. The entire emphasis should be on preparing good, knowledgeable and trained teachers for schools. The B.Ed. programme is a professional course and this course includes different types of curricular and co-curricular activities. The purpose of this programme is to prepare effective and trained teachers for the school system. B. Ed.

RABINRANATH TAGORE'S CHANDALIKA: A THEMATIC STUDY

The Tagore family was a leading follower of Brahma Samaj, a new religious sector in the 19th century. Rabindranath Tagore develop an early love for literature, and had begun reading biographies, poems, history, Sanskrit and several others by the age of 12. Tagore is essentially a river-poet so far as his love for nature is concerned. The theme of the play Chandalika is the realization by a chandal girl that she is a human being like others, and that it is a mistaken on her part to think herself beneath the notice of human beings who belong to upper castes.

STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF COBALT DOPED TIO2 PREPARED BY SOLID STATE REACTION METHOD

Cobalt doped Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) were synthesized by a standard solid-state reaction method. The formation of the single-phase compound and its structural parameters were investigated by X-Ray diffraction (XRD) followed by refinement using Xpowder and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) techniques. A better agreement between the observed and calculated XRD patterns was obtained by performing the refinement with a structural model using the space group I 41/amd. SEM image shows a spherical uniform shape of the particles.