ENCOURAGING STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION TO ADOPT A DEEP APPROACH TO LEARNING By Dr. Deepa Antony[1] and Murphin T Francis[2]

  Abstract                                Globalization has permitted technical progress in the field of communications which enable the users to access and exchange information at any time and from any place in the world, which has largely facilitated the speeding up of the Read More …

AGGRESSION OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS By Parthiban[1] and Dr. Doreen Gnanam[2]

Abstract             Aggression of higher secondary school students is an issue of concern among stakeholders in education essentially because a school is an institution designed for teaching and learning. Students enrolled in higher secondary classes face regularly, self-imposed stresses and Read More …

ATTITUDE OF PARENTS OF PERSONS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION TOWARDS COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION PROGRAMME By Simili P. Chacko[1] and P.S. Sukumaran[2]

Abstract The study intends to find out the attitude of parents of persons with mental retardation towards Community Based Rehabilitation programme (CBR). Descriptive survey method was adopted for the study.  Attitude scale and general data sheet was used for the Read More …

FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSION AS A METHOD OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH By Dr.Deepa Antony[1] and Murphin T Francis[2]

Abstract   The focus group taps into people’s underlying assumptions and theoretical frame works. These are unstructured group interviews in which group leader actively encourage discussion among participants who have personal or professional experience with the topic being studied. The size Read More …

DEVELOPING A TOOL TO MEASURE THE ICT ACCESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS By Suresan Kokkot and Dr. R. Krishnakumar

Abstract Information Communication Technology can affect the delivery of education and enable wider access to the same. In addition, it will increase flexibility so that learners can access the education regardless of time and geographical barriers. It can influence the Read More …

ECO CONSCIOUSNESS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE TEACHING:  THE ROLE OF FRAMING AN ECO-FRIENDLY CURRICULUM AND SETTING UP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE TOWARDS NATURE By Jusna Poongattil[1]

Abstract Language mediates between the self and the external world, allowing an individual to translate her/his thoughts into social action.  Firth and Wagner argues that the meaning production is not a brain-to-brain activity, but rather a social and negotiable product Read More …