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Educational Studies: Four Courses3 Educational Society, Curriculum and Learners4 Towards Understanding the Self5 Teacher Identity and School Culture6 School Culture, Leadership and ChangeContemporary Studies: Two Courses7 Contemporary Indian Society8 Diversity, Gender and Inclusive EducationCurriculum and Pedagogic Studies: Ten Courses9 Proficiency in English10 Pedagogy across the Curriculum11 Understanding Language and Early Literacy12 Mathematics Education for the Primary School Child13 Pedagogy of Environmental Studies14 Pedagogy of English LanguageOptional Pedagogy Courses1 Social Science Education2 Language Education3 Mathematics Education4 Science EducationPracticum1 Creative Drama, Fine Arts and Education2 Children's Physical and Emotional Health, School Health and Education3 Work and EducationSchool InternshipTwoYear Elementary Teacher Education ProgrammeNCTEii
TwoYear Elementary Teacher Education ProgrammeNCTEiii
Childhood and the Development of ChildrenMaximum Marks: 100Theory: 70(External: 50 Internal: 20)Practicum: 30Student Contact Hours: 100 Total Number of Courses in this Area:Two: one in eachyearChildhood and the Development of ChildrenCognition, Learning and the Socio-Cultural ContextDesign of the CourseSeveral field-based units throughout the course.Practicum to go in tandem with the theory course so that field-based data forms thebasis of reflection on the theory. Readings for each task in the practicum are alsosuggested to facilitate theory-praxis linkages. The practicum tasks are suggestive andnot prescriptive. It is hoped that the teacher educators would frame tasks according tothe units of study.Specific readings suggested for use in discussion groups enabling reflective readingof each text.Rationale and AimThe two courses on Child Studies are visualized as the first systematic introduction of theETE student-teacher to the study of childhood and children. These courses are necessarilythe foundation upon which subsequent courses and practicum related to school internshipwould be based.The purpose of these courses is to equip the student-teacher with the backgroundknowledge that she needs to develop an understanding of the elementary school child andhis/her socio-cultural contexts. This background includes a critical engagement withtheories, as well as socio-cultural issues in the world of children and childhood. Buildingupon the above, the aim is to build sensitivity towards children‟s developmental needsand capabilities, within their socio-cultural context.Specific ObjectivesTo review general conceptions about child and childhood (specifically with referenceto the Indian social context); develop a sensitive and critical understanding of thedifferent social/educational/cultural realities at the core of the exploration intochildhood.

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Sociology, The Land, Speak, New Delhi, Teacher Education Programme

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