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The proposed area of coverage come under the scope of the Journal for our next issue is given below:
Every member of the society is having the responsibility to help children with disability attain knowledge in the regular stream of an educational institution. But most of the teachers serving in school be it government or self-finance do not have adequate knowledge of dealing with special children. The teachers may not be aware of the methods of teaching the disabled. Each issue will include a paper on Special Education focusing on a particular trait of the M.R children.
Gone are the days of using the traditional method of teaching. The modern society lays stress on the introduction of innovative technology in teaching language or any subjects. The present issue covers the advantages of employing a collaborative technique in learning the subjects. Each issue will bear an article that employs innovative technology in the teaching-learning process.
Papers on psycho-social aspects
A research paper is dealing the relationship of Psycho/sociological trait (emotional intelligence, stress, job satisfaction, self-concept, self-esteem, leadership, anxiety, aspiration and frustration) with Academic achievement of students at Primary/Secondary/Territory level.
Models of Teaching / Learning Style /Strategy
Models such as Bruner’s Concept Attainment Model, Advanced Organizer Model, Metacognitive strategy, Self-regulatory learning, Collaborative learning, Co-operative learning, Suchman’s Inquiry Model and Jesuit Model.
Educational Tools for assessment
It is an ardent desire of the members of the Editorial Board to publish two tools of research for the benefit of the research scholars. The tools have been standardized by the authors with a higher degree of reliability and validity. The tools may be used by any research scholars with acknowledgement.
The Journal comes forward to accept articles on Environment Education, Education for sustainable development, Women empowerment, leadership qualities, behaviour modifications and guidance and counselling to quote a few.