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  • Impact of Globlization on Legal Education in India: Opportunity or Challenge?

    Impact of Globalization on Legal Education in India: Challenge or Opportunity? Dr. Chanderkanta Negi Assistant Professor Deptt.of law Gurunanak Dev Uni. Amritsar ,Punjab. Email.chanda.negi@gmail.com Contact no.9501049151, 8146399151 ...

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  • Curriculum Change

    Whatever happened to curriculum theory? Critical realism and curriculum change Mark Priestley* School of Education, University of Stirling, Stirling, UK In the face of what has been characterised by some as a ‘crisis’ in curriculum – an apparent decline of some aspects of curriculum studies combined with...

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  • Rains Study Guide

    have I read something that enriched, inspired and informed me with such sheer power and grace! And anyone looking to understand the roots of black education will be enormously rewarded by this read!” John S. Wilson, Office of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities ...

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  • dsdsds

    new concerns of school curriculum and the expected transactional modalities have been emphasized in designing this Framework for all stages of school education. Issues related to inclusive education, perspectives for equitable and sustainable development, gender perspectives, role of community knowledge...

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  • Bridging the Skill Gap

    as a result, operate in an environment that demands new and constantly developing skills to retain global competitiveness. Although India's higher education system contributes about 350,000 engineers and 2.5 million university graduates annually to our workforce, yet at any given time about 5 million graduates...

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  • Assessing the Quality of Early Years Learning Environments

    Assessing the Quality of Early Years Learning Environments Abstract This article describes a means of evaluating early years classrooms from the perspective of the child's experience. Nine key themes, such as motivation and independence, are identified as representing significant aspects of a high-quality...

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  • education

    UNIVERSALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN INDIA – VISION1 1.1 Introduction Secondary education serves as a link between the elementary and higher education, and plays a very important role in this respect. A child's future can depend a lot on the type of education she/he receives at the secondary...

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  • Human Resource Management

    Scope………………………………………………………………………………….1 1.4 Methodology…………………………………………………………….……………2 1.5 Limitations and Assumptions………………………………………………...……..2 2. Theoretical Perspective…………………………………………………..3-5 3. Analysis and Findings…………………………………….……….……6-18 3.1 The Faculty Promotion Process in NSU………………………..………….……6-14 Company...

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  • critical thinking

    thinking concepts. The Army knows that the most valuable lessons a student and future leaders can learn while attending a military professional higher education institution is how to apply critical thought into their decision making process. In today’s military leaders are asked to perform tasks and missions...

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  • Final

    years, both in the United States and in Western European countries. Many factors have contributed to this decline – including the difficulty of the curriculum, the attractiveness of alternate paths to good technical jobs, and the lack of attractiveness of projected employment paths for engineering graduates...

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  • Commerce Education and Employability

    COMMERCE EDUCATION AND EMPLOYABILITY It is commonly agreed that education should aim at ‘holistic development’ of the individual. Further, such development should be in harmony with the society and the nature. To quote the great Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo, education should aim at “all round...

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  • Internet

    National Council for Teacher Education Syllabus Diploma in Elementary Education Two –Year Elementary Teacher Education Programme NCTE 1 CONTENTS Course Title Curricula Areas: Two-Year DEd (ETE) Programme Proposed DEd Curriculum Structure Year I Childhood and the Development of Children...

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  • Orientalism

    faculty members and students each came to understand the interdisciplinary approach to education common to these programs, the panelists came to appreciate that the insights gained from viewing interdisciplinary education as an outcome of Apollonian-Dionysian tension are of more than passing or parochial...

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  • Talent Gap in It Industry

    employability skills. This paper has looked into efforts made by academia, industry as well as the government to improve the quality of engineering education and focus on developing employability skills in engineering graduates. It has also proposed an analytical framework that offers recommendations to...

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  • My Ideal Classroom

    through Turnitin plagiarism software | My Ideal Classroom within my Ideal School Student Name: Sumera Baakza PGCE International – Dubai 5 (Education) (UK) (12-13) Module 1 Assignment Tutor Name: Ms. Alison Day Table of Contents Introduction ...

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  • Chem

    METHODS: CHILE uses a socioecological approach to improve dietary intake and increase physical activity. The intervention includes: a classroom curriculum; teacher and food service training; family engagement; grocery store participation; and health care provider support. RESULTS: Lessons learned...

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  • Unit Plan of Food Science

    knowledge-based and technologically advanced world city. The goal of education is to help learners become informed citizens and life-long learners who can actively participate in the rapidly changing knowledge-based society (Education Commission, 2000; CDC, 2005). The reforms in school science also follow...

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  • Module

    Module 1 A curriculum is perspective, and is based on a more general syllabus which merely specifies what topics must be understood and to what level to achieve a particular grade or standards. Curriculum development should involve decision making about the structure of a curriculum which refers to...

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  • The Paper Is About the Changes Required in the Hospitality Education

    Hospitality Education - Keeping pace with the time Abstract It has been nearly one and half decade of the establishment of the National Council of Hotel Management and the direct control and governance of AICTE over the four year degree courses on Hotel Management being run by the various universities...

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  • National Curriculam Framework

    NATIONAL CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK 2005 December 2005 Agrahayana 1927 PD 5T SU ISBN 81-7450-467-2 © National Council of Educational Research and Training, 2005 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any...

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