TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES ON DYSGRAPHIA By N.Subbarayudu[1]and Dr. G.Radha Krishna[2]

Abstract A dual-task paradigm involving concurrent finger tapping and line orientation judgment was used to investigate brain processing differences in early adolescent good readers/poor spellers (dysgraphia), poor readers/poor spellers (dyslexia) and good readers/good spellers. Whereas all groups were similarly affected Read More …

IMPACT OF ROLE PLAY AS AN INSTRUCTIONAL INTERVENTION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS ROLE PLAY By Patricia[1] and R. Krishnakumar[2]

Abstract An attempt has been made in this paper to study the attitude of high school students towards role play as an instructional intervention.  Experimental method has been used in the present investigation.  Purposive sampling technique has been used in Read More …

A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR PARENTAL ENCOURAGEMENT By Pawan Kumar[1] and Ajender Negi[2]

Abstract                 The present study was conducted to study the academic achievement of high school students in relation to their parental encouragement. The study was conducted on 200 school students of 10th class of Kangra district of H.P. The study Read More …

SCHIZOPHRENIC FACTORS AMONG THE ADOLESCENCENTS IN RELATION TO SOCIO AND EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS By Dr. Omprakash H.M.[1]

Abstract:  Schizophrenia in Greek, “Split mind” a severe mental illness characterized by a variety of symptoms including but not limited to loss of contact with reality. Bizarre Behavior Disorganized Thinking Disorganized Speech Decreased emotional expressiveness Diminished or loss of contact Read More …

INFLUENCE OF INTERVENTION PROGRAMME ON SELF-ESTEEM OF SENSORY CHALLENGED AND NON-DISABLED CHILDREN IN AN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL By Asha.S.C[1] and Dr. Venkat Lakshmi. H[2]

Abstract Preliminary study was conducted to assess the influence of intervention programme on self esteem of sensory challenged and non-disabled children attending inclusive schools in Bangalore city. The sample consisted of 20 children (10 Sensory Challenged and 10 non-disabled children) Read More …