Mohammad Amin Dar

Mahatama Gandhi

Mahatama Gandhi is known as Gandhiji out of reverence, ‘Bapu’ out of affection, ‘Mahatama’ on account of saintly nature and ‘father of the nation’ for his role in the freedom of India from British rule. He evolved the ideas of truth and non violence. The lecture explains the Gandhian philosophy and its relevance to the contemporary world.  It throws light on the educational concepts propagated by Gandhi.

Rabindharanath Tagore

As one of the earliest educators to think in terms of the global village, Rabindranath Tagore’s educational model has a unique sensitivity and aptness for education within multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-cultural situations, amidst conditions of acknowledged economic discrepancy and political imbalance. This lecture explains Rabindharanath Tagore's Educational Philosophy and principles of education.

Rousseau

Rousseau, an educationist was among the pioneers who brought extraordinary change in social and political structure of many countries through his sound educational ideas. In fact, his thought-provoking ideas such as liberty, equality and fraternity, leads to modification of political sociological tendency in education.

Process of Communication

Communication is a two way process involving the interaction between the two or more persons. It is a purposeful, interactive, intentional or unintentional process based upon symmetry and punctuation of a dialogue. There are basically two modes of communication one is verbal and other non-verbal.

Systems Approach

Systems approach is relatively a new concept borrowed from engineering sciences and cybernetics, which deals with the self-regulating and self-sustaining system. It's an integrated, programmed complex of instructional media, hardware and personnel whose components are structured as single unit. Usually it takes place in a school environment with classrooms of multiple students learning together with a trained teacher. In this lecture, the expert discusses various aspects of systems approach.

Team Teaching

The programme is about the concept of Team Teaching.

The expert in the beginning of the programme talks about the origin of Team Teaching. The expert discusses the various categories of Team Teaching with the help of relevant examples. Towards the end of the programme expert evaluates the Team Teaching in accordance with its merits and demerits.

REALISM AND ITS EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY SUBJECT: EDUCATION

Realism as a school of thought holds that reality is objective in nature. It believes that anything found to be true on the basis of observation or experimentation, only then it is taken to be true. Mind has actually no role to play in determining the realities of an object, i.e., objects are real independent of mental phenomenon.

Curriculum & its Relationship with Aims & Objectives

Curriculum is a dynamic process. Its objective is to meet the needs of the students. A well-conceived and well-designed curriculum has a strategic role to play in achieving the objectives of the school. It aims at developing the social, intellectual and moral attitudes which distinguish an educated person from others.

Curriculum is thus not confined to certain subjects taught by the teacher and learnt by the pupils during the years in a school. It is the sum total of all the means employed in the school to develop the personality of the pupils.

Curriculum & its Relationship with Aims & Objectives

Curriculum is a dynamic process. Its objective is to meet the needs of the students. A well-conceived and well-designed curriculum has a strategic role to play in achieving the objectives of the school. It aims at developing the social, intellectual and moral attitudes which distinguish an educated person from others.

Curriculum is thus not confined to certain subjects taught by the teacher and learnt by the pupils during the years in a school. It is the sum total of all the means employed in the school to develop the personality of the pupils.

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