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Goa Vidyaprasarak Mandal's
Dr. DADA VAIDYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
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COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
EDU 01: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Understands how education derives its relevance from social, cultural, economic and political contexts.
Understands the role of various agencies in the Socialization of the child.
Realizes the importance of Right to Education and the provisions made for realizing it.
Examines the changing emphases on Education in the context of Globalization, Liberalization and Privatization.
Identifies the contribution to education of western and eastern thinkers.
Understands the relationship between education and development: at individual and national levels.
Understands the Rights of the Child.
Develops an insight into educational funding.
Identifies the various causes for inequality in schooling.
Develops the skills required to contribute towards a Knowledge Society.
Understands the importance of educational planning and administration.
Understands the importance of universalization of secondary education and the constitutional provisions for realizing it.
Understands the need and importance of education for Promoting Pluralism, Population education and understanding education of the marginalized and efforts towards it.
Explores the strategies for sensitizing the learners towards Secularism.
Understands the Role of Government of India in Education.
Understands the policies framed by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE)
Understands the need of updating the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) by NCERT.
Understands the Teacher’s Commitment to the learner, the society, the profession and the basic values.
EDU 02: Learner and Learning
Students will understand the growth and development of the learner through its principles, role of heredity and environment and its characteristics.
Students will be able to learn about adolescents- characteristics, contemporary concerns and the role of a teacher and parents in handling the adolescents.
Students will develop an understanding with the knowledge of individual difference, types and areas of individual difference among learners.
Students will be able to understand and apply the various cognitive development theories in real classroom practice.
Students will understand the concept and nature of learning process.
Students will be able to apply the learning laws and theories in the real classroom situation.
Students will understand the importance of Perception, gaining students’ attention, and the motivation.
Students will also gain knowledge of factors influencing learning such as transfer of learning, problem solving and the importance of Thinking in learning process.
Students will be able to apply the information processing model and its classroom implications.
Students will learn about memory process, types and various causes of forgetting and the role of a teacher to curb them.
Students will understand the role of guidance and counselling in shaping of an integrated personality.
EDU 03: Learning Resources
The students will be able to understand about the significance of communication in the teaching-learning process
The students will be able to differentiate between the facilitative and inhibitive factors and ways to enhance/overcome them
The students will be able to understand the role of audio, visual and audio-visual learning media
The students will be able to develop self-learning methods and to employ it.
The students will be able to identify the role of a teacher in designing learning materials based on curricular objectives
The students will be able recognize ICT as an integral part of modern day facilitative learning
The student will be able to use an appropriate technology to address the needs of children in the classroom.
The student will be able to adapt any technology to address the specific problems of children in the classroom.
The students will be able to identify new technologies which accelerate learning knowing that the modern learner is a ‘digital citizen’
The students will be able to manage the learning resources in a school to maintain and sustain learning
The students will be able to recognize the significance of hands-on learning to foster learning.
EDU 04: Teaching: Approaches and Strategies
On completion of the course
Students will be able to demonstrate his/her understanding of the changing concept of teaching
Students will understand the relationship between teaching and learning
Students will be able to use instructional skills/strategies effectively.
Students will be able to use reflective practices for improving teaching and learning
EDU 05: SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
On completion of the course
Students will be able to understand the use of management principles for improving quality of education at secondary level
Students will be able to understand the managerial practices in school- human and physical resources management.
Students will be able to understand importance of classroom management.
Students will be able to describe approaches to classroom management
Students will understand ways of preventing problems in managing a classroom
Students will be able to explain the role of teachers and the principal in ensuring a vibrant school and classroom climate
EDU 07-08: METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING ENGLISH
By the end of the course the student-teacher will be able to
Communicate effectively in other subject matter areas in general, and English Language and Literature in particular.
Equip themselves with the requisite linguistic skills for teaching the adolescent child in the secondary school context.
Develop thinking skills (analytical, synthetic,(critical, creative).
develop intercultural understanding and appreciation.
Promoting positive attitudes toward the target language and culture.
Plan and implement communicative activities for skill integration in ELT.
Use Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and the Language Laboratory.
Check on the efficacy of Audio-Visual Devices along with authentic learning materials for the language classroom.
Be able to conduct a Project on Spoken English
earn the stages of test construction and administration
LPlan and implement project work and write a project report.
construct and administer a Unit Test
Acquaint oneself with the skills of preparing rubrics and using portfolio assessment
Cope with the challenges of continuous comprehensive evaluation
Conduct intervention programmes for remediation and enrichment.
Consider strategies for their continuing professional growth.
Acquaint themselves with the rudiments of modern English Grammar.
Acquire a functional knowledge and use of the English language for communicative and academic purposes..
Speak and write grammatically correct English.
Learn proper pronunciation skills with the IEPA (International English Phonetic Alphabet)
EDU 07-08 METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS
On completion of the course the student will be able to:
Identify the aims and general objectives of teaching secondary school mathematics.
State specific objectives in behavioural terms with reference to concepts and generalizations.
Teach students different kinds of mathematical knowledge using the appropriate approach and strategy.
Evaluate learning of concepts and generalizations.
Identify difficulties in learning concepts and generalizations and provide suitable remedial instruction. .
Understand the importance of language in Mathematics.
Explain the methods for teaching mathematical proof in the context of secondary school mathematics.
Understand the nature, importance and strategies of problem-solving..
Teach proofs of theorems and application to solutions of problems based of these theorems.
Acquire and develop problem solving skills.
Evaluate understanding of proofs of theorems and problem-solving skills.
Understand the qualities of the mathematics teacher and apply the different approaches in the development of the curriculum.
Understand the correlation between:
i.The different branches of Mathematics
ii.Language and mathematics
iii.Science and mathematics
EDU 07-08 - METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING SCIENCE
Students will be able to describe the interdependence of scientific and technological literacy on our lives.
Students will be able to design activities to enhance scientific and technological literacy.
Students will be able to develop practices that are responsive to a diverse range of students.
Students will be able to identify appropriate objectives according to Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Students will able to design age appropriate lesson plans.
Students will be able to construct various support materials (charts,models,graphic organizers,worksheets,flannel board cuttings,magentic board).
Students will be able to construct web based teaching using web 2.0 tools.
Students will be able to employ information and communication technology to enhance science teaching.
Students will be able to appreciate the constructivist and objectivist approaches to science teaching.
Students will be able to employ Models of Teaching in the teaching of science.
Students will be able to design assessment tools ( checklist,rubrics, observation schedules,tests) for performance assessment and written assessment.
Students will be able to explain the basic skills and integrated process skills of science.
Students will be able to design strategies to develop scientific attitude.
Students will be able to locate science organizations, magazines and events for professional development.
Students will be able to organize activities to create motivation for learning science (science club, debates,projects,exhibitions,field trips,drama).
EDU 07-08: METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING HISTORY
Students will be able to –
Explain the changing concept of history.
Justify the place of history in school curriculum.
Write lesson plan and unit plan.
Integrate ICT and relevant instructional materials in teaching and learning of history.
write different types of test items.
Evaluate a given history question paper and history textbook.
Explain the need and means of professional development of history teacher.
Explain different techniques/strategies to develop historical understanding.
EDU 07-08: METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING GEOGRAPHY
The students will be able to define various definitions of Geography.
Students will be able to understand the concept of Geography in the context of Men-environment relationship.
The students will be able to develop an understanding to the nature of Geography and its importance in day today life.
The students will be able to define Geography as a basic discipline and the place of local Geography in Teaching.
Students will develop their understanding in learners centered approaches in teaching Geography.
Students will equip the knowledge of preparation of lesson plan, unit plan, and year plan.
Students will be able to learn various skills in preparing teaching aids in teaching Geography.
Students will be able to explain why there is a need of separate Geography room in schools, conducting Geography exhibition and use of community resources in the school.
Students will develop the skills of using different tools in teaching Geography.
Students will develop the skill and attitude necessary to make pupils appreciate the natural environment in which they live.
Students will develop the skill of evaluation in preparing blue print, designing a good question paper and other various tools of evaluation in Geography.
Students will come to know about natural environment, importance, and its types.
Students will develop an understanding of totality of environment, environmental degradation and spread awareness regarding these issues.
Students will develop an understanding to compare different major physical divisions, types of climate and different natural vegetation of India and Goa.
Students will learn about various resources and its conservation.
B.Ed Programme 2020-2021
PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES
Developing committed, technology savvy, value-based and research oriented teaching professionals.
Initiating them to lifelong learning and to innovative, interactive, activity-oriented and child-centred classroom teaching.
Training them to create an environment in educational and social milieus that would promote communication, cultural diversity and national integration.
Orienting them to the service of the community for its educational and socio-cultural resurgence.
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