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EDUCATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS & PEACE EDUCATION By DR. VEENA JHA, DR. PREETI SHRIVASATAV
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According to Socialists, “Society is greater than an individual”. Man is a social being. He can neither live without society nor develop in isolation. Hence the individual should develop... More > his self in co-operation with the social norms and ideals of society. Payment aptly remarks “ An isolated individual is a figment of imagination.” So a balance has to be maintained between the individual and society. It is the education that promotes the progress and development of both the individual and the society. Education shapes the nature and form of society. Because the aims of education are integrally related to the aims of life, so the formulation of the aims of education is also the formulation of the aims of life. Now the question arises.< Less
EDUCATE A HUMAN BEING By Teresa deBarba-Miller
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At 90,a superager offers a frank appraisal of life. Keen mind, well read. Common-sense reactions to today’s problems/solutions: Deficit of education in public schools, the latest on brain... More > research, doctors, improving the economy, etc.< Less
EDUCATE A HUMAN BEING By Teresa deBarba-Miller
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At 90,a superager offers a frank appraisal of life. Keen mind, well read. Common-sense reactions to today’s problems/solutions: Deficit of education in public schools, the latest on brain... More > research, doctors, improving the economy, etc.< Less
Human Rights Education: A New Language For Revolution By SHIVAM GUPTA
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“Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding,... More > tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups….”< Less
Human Rights Education Kit: Using Art and Crafts By Lida Sherafatmand
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Teaching Human Rights using Art provides an enjoyable means of learning for children. Art can be a particularly effective means for teaching children who are in difficult social situations where... More > self-expression has been suppressed. Therefore, in this kit self- expression will help the child understand his or her existence as an individual and consequently the rights that belong to him or her within the human community. The articles taught in this kit are from the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948.< Less
The State of Humanity - Volume 1 - The State of Education By Glenn Perna
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Education is covered from a historical perspective from before the written word to modern, western civilization.
Training Humans for The Human Domain By Dr. Steve Tatham et al.
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In this timely monograph, British authors Mr. Keir Giles and Dr. Steve Tatham fuse key lessons from two disparate theaters to argue persuasively for greater education of Army personnel in human... More > terrain disciplines. Dr. Tatham, an expert in strategic communications and influence operations with extensive experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Mr. Giles, a long-term scholar of Russian military and political decisionmaking processes, both contribute a wealth of accessible examples and anecdotes to argue their case for greater investment in human domain skills, both as an insurance against future conflict and in order to prevail in that conflict should it be joined. Drawing on a range of sources across social science and linguistics, they make the crucial point that both commanders and junior personnel must be not only prepared but also educated to set aside their cultural, social, and even linguistic preconceptions in order to accurately assess the options open to an adversary.< 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
Special Education By T. Manichander
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The human body is composed of number of organ system. Damage in any one of them may give rise to problem in receiving education and undertaking of social activities, and then the person / child... More > treated as special child / person. The special child can be defined by the accumulation of the resultant effect of Impairment, Disability and Handicap. Now, having a physical disability or impairment, especially one that limits mobility is known as physically challenged children. Special Education is that component of education which employs special instructional methodology (Remedial Instruction), instructional materials, learning-teaching aids and equipment to meet educational needs of children with specific learning disabilities. Remedial instruction or Remediation aims at improving a skill or ability in a student. Techniques for remedial instruction may include providing more practice or more explanation, repeating information, and devoting more time to working on the skill.< Less
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