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Title: COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PRE SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME AT SECONDARY STAGE COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PRE SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME AT SECONDARY STAGE
Researcher: PRERNA MANDHYAN
Guide(s): Prof. USHA MISHRA
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University: University of Allahabad
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Abstract: Enlightened, emancipated and empowered teachers lead communities and newlinenations in their march towards better and higher quality of life. They reveal and newlineelaborate the secrets of attaining higher values in life and nurture empathy for the newlinefellow beings. Teachers are the torch bearers in creating social cohesion, national newlineintegration and a learning society. They not only disseminate knowledge but also newlinecreate and generate new knowledge. They are responsible for acculturating role of newlineeducation. No nation can even marginally slacken its efforts in giving necessary newlineprofessional inputs to its teachers and along with that due status to their stature and newlineprofession. newlineResearch suggests that pre-service teacher education often provides the first newlinestep in the professional development of teachers. It exposes pre-service teachers to newlinenew perspectives as well as prepares them in knowledge and skills (Wilke, 2004). It newlineequips them with knowledge of subject matter, and pedagogical content knowledge, newlineor knowledge of how to teach (Wilke, 2004; Shulman, 1987). The pre-service newlineteachers need to know how to organize and present the content in a way that makes it newlineaccessible for the students. They must be able to make decisions about choosing newlinematerials, instructional approaches, and assessment. In addition, teachers must newlinepossess general competencies in the areas of classroom management and discipline. In newlineaddition to equipping pre-service teachers in knowledge and skills (Wilke, 2004), the newlineteacher educators must also take into consideration the perception that the pre-service newlineteachers bring to and develop during their training (Pajares, 1992; Atwater, et al., newline1991). newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/118353
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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