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E-EDUCATION By Dr. T Manichander
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A virtual classroom is an instrument for conducting live classroom like sessions over the internet. In it, students and tutor(s) can communicate using voice, video, chat and whiteboard tools. They... More > also have facilities like application sharing, polling, breakout sessions and quizzes. It allows the tutor and students to participate in real time lessons and discussions.< Less
MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATION By Dr. T Manichander
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In this world of rapidly boosting competition, speedy changes of technology, falling quality, varying demographics, privatization and internalization in education have led to the use of the concept... More > of Quality Management in education. The prerequisite to change the current education system is highly needed. In pre independence period the Indian education system is suffering from many serious problems but after independence there is remarkable growth in the Indian education system with the establishment of several universities, technical institutes, research institutions, professional/ non-professional colleges all over the country to promote education and knowledge with a noble cause of providing easy access to education to the common Indian.< Less
PSYCHOLOGY OF THE LEARNER By Dr. T Manichander
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In education, even since the most ancient times, students have been differentiated on the basis of age as difference in age levels entitles the children to differing levels of education.
ASSESSMENT IN EDUCATION By Dr. T Manichander
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Measurement refers to the process by which the attributes or dimensions of some physical object are determined. One exception seems to be in the use of the word measure in determining the IQ of a... More > person. The phrase, "this test measures IQ" is commonly used. Measuring such things as attitudes or preferences also applies. However, when we measure, we generally use some standard instrument to determine how big, tall, heavy, voluminous, hot, cold, fast, or straight something actually is. Standard instruments refer to instruments such as rulers, scales, thermometers, pressure gauges, etc. We measure to obtain information about what is. Such information may or may not be useful, depending on the accuracy of the instruments we use, and our skill at using them. There are few such instruments in the social sciences that approach the validity and reliability of say a 12" ruler.< Less
PERSONALITY By Dr. T Manichander
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Personality is a result of the combination of four factors- physical environment, heredity, culture and particular experiences. Geographical environment sometimes determines cultural variability. Man... More > comes to form ideas and attitudes according to the physical environment he lives in. To the extent that the environment determines cultural development and to the extent that culture in turn determines personality a relationship between personality and environment becomes clear. Montesque in 18th century claimed that the bravery of those blessed by a cold climate enables them to maintain their liberties. Great heat enervates courage while cold causes certain vigor of body and mind. The people of mountain as well as deserts are usually bold, hard and powerful. However physical conditions are more permissive and limiting factors than causative factors. They set the limits within which personality can develop. Hereditary is another factor determining human personality.< Less

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