Salt Christian College Of Teacher Education National Seminar on Recent Trends and Future Perspectives of Teacher Education in 2047

Salt Christian College Of Teacher Education National Seminar on Recent Trends and Future Perspectives of Teacher Education in 2047.

National Seminar

On Recent Trends and Future Perspectives of Teacher Education in 2047

4th & 5th August, 2022

Sponsored By

Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi

Organized by

Salt Christian College Of Teacher Education, Established, 1995

Department of Pedagogy of Science, Salt Christian College Of Teacher Education, Nagaland, India

Dimapur -797112

About Salt Christian College of Teacher Education

Salt Christian College of Teacher Education is a Christian Educational Institution in Dimapur, Nagaland, India. The College was established in 1995. The college is known for its lush green environment.

The college has been recognized by the University Grant Commission and National Council for Teacher Education. The college offers B.Ed., and D.El.Ed.. courses. The academic programmes are affiliated to Nagaland University and State Board of Teacher Education, SCERT respectively.

Concept Note

The quality of a nation depends on the quality of its citizens: quality of its citizens depends more than any other factors on the quality of their education. The quality of their education depends to a great extent upon the quality of their teachers.

Dr. Radhakrishnan, our former president and Chairman of the University Education Commission, (1949) rightly observed. “The Teacher’s Place in the society is of vital importance.

He acts as the pivot for the transmission of intellectual tradition and technical skills from generation to generation and helps to keep the lamp of civilization burning”. Teachers are therefore regarded as the custodians of the present as well as future.

They prepare the citizens to shape the destiny of the country. They are therefore called the architects of the society and the makers of mankind. They are actually the backbone of the educational system.

Teacher education in India can justly feel proud of its position, status and achievements in post-independence fifty years. It can with confidence and hope look forward to a bright, illuminating future, making solid contribution to the quality of education, particularly school education.

Development of teacher education is a success story. From the D-Day, several institutions worked vibrantly and produced good teachers for schools. The Education commission. 1964-66 therefore pointed out, “for the qualitative improvement of education a sound program of professional education of teachers is essential”.

It is essential for improving teacher education through a sound program of professional education. NCTE (1998, P23) has pointed out that Teacher Education program shall focus on competencies and commitment in much garner magnitude.

It calls for bringing out a transformation in teacher preparation strategies as well as in behavioral challenges in pupils under their charge.

All associated with teacher education have to be intellectually alive, socially sensitive and individually committed. Teacher education cannot survive if it is not constantly in communication with the fast changing knowledge spectrum, social dynamics, economic forces, political situations, cultural movements, ideological portions. technological advances in the local, national global world and their correlates, consequents and determinants for education and human development.

Thus, the relationship between the teacher education and society is mutual: sometimes the society influences changes in the teacher education system and vice versa / This upcoming seminar will try to develop an understanding of the teacher education system in India during this present scenario and future perspectives of teacher education in 2047.

So, the seminar will significantly contribute to the society at the same time will pave the path for the future endeavors.

OBJECTIVES:

• To develop new awareness thoughts in Teacher Education.

• To bridge the gap between contemporary research and teaching-learning process.

• To comprehend the potential opportunities and challenges facing Teacher Education.

• To discuss the need for curriculum change in Teacher Education to cater to the needs of 21 century.

•To discuss the necessary innovative Techno pedagogical skills required to be successful teachers in the technological world and bring about good academic progress.

• Disseminate knowledge about access on equity and quality in Teacher Education.

• To develop the knowledge about future perspectives of Teacher Education in 2047. To discuss about the NEP 2020 with reference to Teacher Education Particularly in Present and Future Curriculum.

SUB-THEMES

Teacher Education:

• Challenges of Teacher Education institutions to maintain quality.

• Recent trends of Teacher Education program in India.

• Reforms in Teacher Education: Past and Present.

• Future Perspectives of Teacher Education program in India-2047.

Special Education:

• Preparing prospective teachers for Inclusive Education.

• Role of teachers in helping exceptional children in the classroom.

• Understanding helping skills and instilling trust in teachers among CwSN.

• Role of teachers in research on Special and Inclusive Education.

Innovative Technological Strategies:

• Usage of ICT in Teacher Education.

• Digital technologies in innovation of Education.

• Benefits of technology in the creative classrooms.

• Innovative technological strategies in education for effective teaching and learning.

• Imperatives of innovations in education.

Future Perspectives of Pedagogical Excellence in 2047:

• Innovations in curriculum and pedagogy in Teacher Education.

• Innovative pedagogies for Effective teaching.

• Incorporating creativity into classroom practice across the curriculum.

• Emerging innovative trends in pedagogy of Higher Education.

• Managing diverse learners in innovative classroom.

Educational Policy:

• NEP 2020 with reference to Teacher Education.

• Government policies and Act with reference to Teacher Education.

• Challenges of Internship for Pre-Service program (D.El.Ed., B.Ed..)

• Coordination between B.Ed., and D.El.Ed. Program.

Target Participants

Teachers. Teacher Educators, Researchers,

Research Scholars, Administrators, and Policy Makers.

Important Dates

Last date for submission of Abstract : 20.07.2022

Last date for submission of full paper: 28.07.2022

Last date for Registration: 30.07.2022

Registration Fee

The Registration fee for each author and Co-author of the Paper presenters:

Working Professional Rs.600/

Research Scholar/Students: Rs.400/

Only Participations: Rs.100/

Publication

The Articles/Research Papers recommended by review committee will be published in edited volume of book bearing ISBN Number. The author(s) must self-certify that their Article/Research Paper in original and unpublished work and also plagiarism free.

Papers should be sent to: [email protected].

Accommodation and Travel Assistance

The outstation paper presenter will be provided travel assistance restricted to sleeper class train fare by shortest route. Accommodation will be provided to the outstation delegates in college hostel on prior request.

Chairman

Dr.M. PANGER LONGCHAR

Director

SCC of Arts&Teacher Education

Convener & Organizing Secretary

Dr. K. JAGADEESH

Principal (i/c)

Salt Christian College of Teacher Education

Mobile: 9884648359

E-mail: [email protected].

Organizing Committee Members

1. Mrs. Mani Bordolci – Assistant Professor 2. Mrs. Leena Mishra – Assistant Professor

3. Mrs. Nitomi Assumi – Assistant Professor

4. Ms. Neisetuo U Chadi – Assistant Professor

5. Mrs. Lovely Sarkar – Assistant Professor 6. Mr. S.N. Dutta – Assistant Professor

7. Mrs. Mhalo Kithan – Assistant Professor

8. Mrs. Marlila – Assistant Professor

9. Mrs. Punam Khan – Assistant Professor

10. Ms. Rongsenlemla Kichu – Assistant Professor 11. Ms. Sangwamenla – Assistant Professor

12. Ms. Lily Chishi Swu – Assistant Professor

13. Ms. Nyubenlesemp – Assistant Professor Account Details for the payment of Registration fees:

Account Holder Name: Mr. Kumar Jagadeesh

Bank: Central Bank of India

Account No: 5230405408

IFSC Code: CBIN0283121

Branch: Dimapur

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