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INCLUSIVE EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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The birth of a child is always time for great happiness and jubilation for the parents, immediate family and friends. The child becomes the central attraction. But if the child is born with a... More > disability the condition get changed. The child is greeted with disappointment, frustration and anger. The child is provided for but not encouraged to grow by doing little things around the house. Even the normal milestones of growing up often get delayed or missed out. After being excluded from mainstream opportunities of a normal childhood, normal schooling, and other growth opportunities, it is rather unfair to expect the disabled person to suddenly find a firm footing in the normal world. It is this exclusion, which begins almost from birth, that transforms the disability into a handicap, a social burden. The family, immediate relatives and the community force this exclusion upon the disabled person right from birth.< Less
Advanced Educational Psychology By T. Manichander
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If you were to trace the development of psychology from the beginning, you would need to start before the earliest pages of recorded history, beyond even the early Greek philosophers, such as... More > Aristotle and Plato. Psychology became distinct from philosophy when researchers began to use the scientific method to study behavior and mental processes. By the 1920s, the field’s earliest researchers had laid the foundations of the major schools of thought and psychological perspectives that exist in psychology today. As the field grew and research findings accumulated, specialty areas within the field began to follow distinctive pathways.< Less
Education and National Concerns By T. Manichander
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The progress of a country depends on its educational development. All levels of education have their own contribution in the national development of the country. But it is particularly secondary... More > education which acts as a milestone in the socio-economic, scientific and technological development of the nation. Secondary education is a vital input for human resource development and essential for economic growth of a country.< Less
EMERGING ISSUES IN EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching,... More > training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themselves in a process called autodidactic learning. Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. The nature of education, of research, and of knowledge itself is being questioned and reshaped to respond to the challenges of our technologically-enhanced and information-based society. Knowledge is the key to the universe, Knowledges is the key that opens doors to possibilities, Knowledge is the key that unlocks the mysteries of our world, and knowledge is the key that reveals as endless sea of discoveries. Knowledge serves as an essential component.< Less
EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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In a democratic country, there is need of democratization of education. In order to achieve education for all, so many initiatives and attempts have been made by the Government of India. Through... More > policy formulation, the government lays down directives for the future course of action towards realizing some perceived goals. In a democratic society, the goal lies in the various aspects of the welfare of the people. For the wellbeing of the Indian nation and the Indian society at the national and local level, definite thrust has been laid down on education. Even in early Indian history, education figured in the administrative policies of the government. The modern trend of development can be fruitfully traced to the British colonial government about which we have already discussed in the previous units. We have already come to know that such efforts and measures are being continued in the post independence time in India.< Less
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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In recent years there has been a groundswell of interest in how computers and the internet can best be harnessed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of education at all levels and in both... More > formal and non-formal settings. But ICTs are more than just these technologies; older technologies such as the telephone, radio and television, although now given less attention, have a longer and richer history as instructional tools. For instance, radio and television have for over forty years been used for open and distance learning, although print remains the cheapest, most accessible and therefore most dominant delivery mechanism in both developed and developing countries. The use of computers and the internet is still in its infancy in developing countries, if these are used at all, due to limited infrastructure and the attendant high costs of access.< Less
EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT By T. Manichander
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Educational Management: Meaning: While Education is the provision of a series of learning experiences to students in order to impart knowledge, values, attitudes and skills with the ultimate aim of... More > making them productive members of society, Educational Management is the process of planning, organizing, directing and controlling the activities of an institution by utilizing human and material resources so as to effectively and efficiently accomplish functions of teaching, extension work and research. Nature and Scope Educational Management: The National Policies on Education seek to bring about a social, economic and cultural development in society by focusing on human resource development through education. Education, therefore, must have more relevant curricula, be dynamic, and empower students to bring about desirable social changes while preserving the desirable aspects of our existing culture.< Less
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY By T. Manichander
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We are born, we grow up, we age, and then we die. Unless disease or trauma occurs, most humans go through the various stages of the life described above. Human Development is the process of growing... More > to maturity and mental ability. Traditionally, theories that explain senescence have generally been divided between the programmed and stochastic theories of aging. Programmed theories imply that aging is regulated by biological clocks operating throughout the life span. This regulation would depend on changes in gene expression that affect the systems responsible for maintenance, repair and defense responses. Stochastic theories blame environmental impacts on living organisms that induce cumulative damage at various levels as the cause of aging. Examples of range from damage to DNA, damage to tissues and cells by oxygen radicals (widely known as free radicals countered by the even more well known antioxidants), and cross-linking.< Less
Educational Psychology By T. Manichander
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Introduction: This unit deals with general nature of growth and development. An understanding of growth and development will helps us to plan educational growth and development of the child.... More > Human life starts from a single fertilized cell. This cell is under constant interaction with the environment in the mother’s womb and after birth with the outside world. This interaction leads to the Growth and Development of the child. The increasing of an organ or limb of the baby, in size and weight is Growth. Division of each cell and their growing into thousands in number, or their changing tissues, blood or bone, is part of the process of Development.< Less
Teacher Education By T. Manichander
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The history of teacher education in India is as old as the history of education and the history of Indian education is as old as the history of human civilization, hence it seems to be correct that... More > that concept of informal teacher education must have been born in India during early ancient Indian period i.e. in 2500 B.C. During ancient period itself India had developed a very sound educational system and was well recognised as the world leader in the field of knowledge. There are many examples to establish this fact in the history of human civilization in general and Indian history in particular.< Less

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