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VALUE EDUCATION By Dr.T Manichander
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Value is an ambiguous term. Our sense of value is an essential attribute of the human consciousness. Value serves as the basis for judgment, reference, choice and action. The term ‘value’... More > itself came to ethics by way of economics. In Economics, it is used for (a) value in use that is, the capacity of object to satisfy a human need or desire and (b) value in exchange or the amount of one commodity that can be obtained in exchange for another. Generally, an object is said to have value, if it contributes to the satisfaction of a human need.< Less
Is College Worth It? The Economic Value of a College Education By Rachel Crown
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Cultural value and education: the thoughts of Matthew Arnold By Dr. Prohlad Roy
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The famous poet, ‘critic and essayist’ was born on 24 December, 1822. He was the son of Dr. Thomas Arnold, the famopur head-master of the Rugby School. He studied at Winchester and Rugby... More > School and then joined the Balliol College Oxford. At Oxford University. He won prizes for poetry, Greek and Latin. Then Arnold was fashionable in dress and careless in manner.< Less
Values Enforcement By Veredigno Atienza
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Values are not created in a vacuum. Neither are they fixed and unchanging. To stabilize the hierarchy of values in a person or in a society, the highest values must be sought. Enforcement in turn... More > depends on each individual, and on other people, the critical mass of people, the authenticity of their grit and the goodness in their hearts. This article was written for a book being published in commemoration of the centennial of a great educational institution and the 85th anniversary of a values-oriented fraternity.< Less
Values Enforcement By Veredigno Atienza
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Values are not created in a vacuum. Neither are they fixed and unchanging. To stabilize the hierarchy of values in a person or in a society, the highest values must be sought. Enforcement in turn... More > depends on each individual, and on other people, the critical mass of people, the authenticity of their grit and the goodness in their hearts. This article was written for a book being published in commemoration of the centennial of a great educational institution and the 85th anniversary of a values-oriented fraternity.< Less
AA~BA Partnerships: Creating New Value for Interpreter Education Programs By Linda Stauffer
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This publication follows the NCIEC 2008 publication Towards Effective Practices: A National Dialog on AA~BA Partnerships. In the 2008 publication, interpreter educators identified five partnership... More > models they believed held the most promise for application to our field. AA~BA Partnerships: Creating New Value for Interpreter Education Programs 2010 provides the reader with a greater understanding of the critical components necessary for successful partnership. This information along with interpreter education program survey findings, descriptions of the five partnership models, interviews with programs both inside and outside of the field of interpreter education and case studies that showcase “lessons learned” from both successful and unsuccessful ventures in two-year/four-year partnerships is presented in this volume.< Less
AA~BA Partnerships: Creating New Value for Interpreter Education Programs By Linda Stauffer
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This publication follows the NCIEC 2008 publication Towards Effective Practices: A National Dialog on AA~BA Partnerships. In the 2008 publication, interpreter educators identified five partnership... More > models they believed held the most promise for application to our field. AA~BA Partnerships: Creating New Value for Interpreter Education Programs 2010 provides the reader with a greater understanding of the critical components necessary for successful partnership. This information along with interpreter education program survey findings, descriptions of the five partnership models, interviews with programs both inside and outside of the field of interpreter education and case studies that showcase “lessons learned” from both successful and unsuccessful ventures in two-year/four-year partnerships is presented in this volume.< Less
SOCIOLOGY And EDUCATION IN 13 SALIENT UPANISHADS With Special Reference To Value System By Dr. Mrs. Rajlaxmi V. Barve
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Upanishads are the record of deepest spiritual experiences. They are the expressions of minds in which philosophy, religion and poetry are made one. They denote the infinite discovery... More > of the Self, the Atman, God, i.e. The Ultimate, Absolute Reality (Parabrahma). It is not just a structure of logical intelligence. It is the truth or the reality felt within, seen within and lived within by the most intellectual minds in ancient India.< 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
Schopenhauer As Educator By Friedrich Nietzsche
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Nietzsche's key ideas include the "death of God", the Übermensch, the eternal recurrence, the Apollonian and Dionysian dichotomy, perspectivism, and the will to power. Central to his... More > philosophy is the idea of "life-affirmation", which involves questioning of all doctrines that drain life's expansive energies, however socially prevalent and radical those views might be. His influence remains substantial within philosophy, notably in existentialism, post-modernism, and post-structuralism, as well as outside it. His radical questioning of the value and objectivity of truth has been the focus of extensive commentary, especially in the continental tradition.< Less