VOL 5th Issue 1st , June 2016

Attitude of the school teachers towards the B.Ed. practice teaching program

Author: Dr. Vini Sebastian

The practice teaching component is the main aspect of any B.Ed. program. It is here where a teacher trainee is trained to give lessons as well as manage a classroom set up. The school extends its co operation in terms of resources as well as extends the expertise of its experienced lot of teachers. These teachers act as cognitive apprentices for the teacher trainees who can mold them in a proper direction. The study is intended to understand the minds of the school teachers in terms of the aspects of the practice teaching program as perceived by them and make positive recommendations.

Drinking Sensibly: A philosophical perspective on consumption of Alcohol

Author:Amit Ghadiyali

In this paper Alcohol's positive and negative effects are discussed. The safe limits of alcohol are already established and approved by various sources. The comparative study of alcohol's advantages and disadvantages reveals that if taken in moderate quantity alcohol has many benefits. The study also reveals that a high alcohol intake implies an increased risk of a large number of health hazards, such as dementia, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, cirrhosis, upper digestive tract cancer and also leads to alcohol dependency.

To study the Effect of Secondary Teachers' In-service training on Teaching, Learning and Students' Achievement

Author:Dr. Lalita Chandratre & Jayshri Deshmukh

The teacher in 21st century must be aware of speedily changing technology, knowledge and information as per changing scenario of the society. Today students are not only depending on teacher for knowledge and information. In this global and competitive world students can receive necessary knowledge and information sitting at home through sources like radio, television, internet, magazines, newspapers etc. and update themselves.

पाणी हेच जीवण

Author:डॉ. समृद्धी बाळासाहेब म्हात्रे

“शिक्षकांचे व्यावसायिक बांधिलकी एक अभ्यास”

Author:डॉ.सिबील थॉमस व कांबळे कविता रामचंद्र

भावनिक बुद्धिमत्ता विकासाची गरज आणि महत्त्व

Author:प्रणीता प्रसाद पाटील व डॉ. सुधा पिंगळ

Predicting Academic Achievement In Mathematics : Moderating Influence Of Implicit Theory Of Intelligence

Author:Dr. Shefali Pandya

The present paper seeks to compare student engagement, conceptions of mathematics,mathematics self-efficacy and academic achievement of students on the basis of entity and incremental theories of intelligence. It also seeks to ascertain the relationship of student engagement, conceptions of mathematics and mathematics self-efficacy with academic achievement of students on the basis of entity and incremental theories of intelligence. The study adopted the descriptive method with a sample of 427 students of standard ninth.

Self-Directed Learning: An Important Aspect ofAcademic Achievement

Author:Mrs. Anuja Shetty & Dr. Ashwini Karwande

The aim was to studythe Effect of Self-Directed Learning Programme on Secondary School Students' Academic Achievement. An experimental method of the pre-test and post-test non-equivalent group design was used. The sample selected consisted of standard IX students from Marathi medium (Semi-English) schools of Mumbai. The total sample was 52 students, 30 in the experimental group and 22 students in control group.

A Study of Conceptions of Teaching and Learning and Ontological Beliefs of Prospective Teachers

Author: Mr. Pandagle Viraj Vijay Sushma & Dr. Shefali Pandya

This paper aims to study the conceptions of teaching and learning and ontological beliefs for prospective teachers who intend to excel in their teaching career. Two major conceptions of teaching and learning (traditionalist and constructivist) have been delineated. Two components of ontological beliefs (ontological realist and ontological relativist) have been delineated. The purpose of this study was to determine number of prospective teachers in Colleges of Education, Greater Mumbai having constructivist conceptions of teaching and whether ontological beliefs and gender would influence their conceptions.