COMPUTER SELF-EFFICACY AMONG PROSPECTIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO GENDER AND ACADEMIC STREAM By Dr. Reena and Dr. Vishal Sood

Abstract The main aim of the present investigation was to study computer self-efficacy among prospective secondary school teachers with respect to gender and academic stream. For conducting this study, a sample of 850 prospective secondary school teachers from 38 B.Ed. Read More …

IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND RIGHTS THROUGH EDUCATION WITH CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT By Thallapelly Lingaiah

Abstract Education can play a vital role in the women Empowerment in this global era. Education is milestone of women empowerment because Women education is increased from 1901 to 2011 according to the Census of India report. If it enables Read More …

CONSTRUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION OF COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE TEST FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS By Suman Kumari and Dr. Vishal Sood

Abstract For measuring computer knowledge test of elementary school teachers, the present task was undertaken to construct and standardize computer knowledge test. For this, data were collected from elementary school teachers by adopting multistage and stratified random sampling technique. An Read More …

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE IN BIOLOGY By Dr. Vandana Aggarwal

Abstract Innovations in multimedia and computer-related technology offer exciting opportunities to impart quality education to students. One of the most powerful uses of technology in education has been to tailor instruction to students’ individual learning needs. Versatility of CAI to provide Read More …

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDYING STANDARD IX OF THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS LEARNING by Manimaran and Dr. G. Arumugam

Abstract This article aimed at the comparative analysis of government and private school students studying standard IX of attitude towards learning. It is focused on the demographic variables gender and locality of student resident and Type of Management. It is Read More …

TOWARDS BRIDGING THE THEORY-PRACTICE GAP IN TEACHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OF PRE-SERVICE EFL TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN YEMEN By Jameel A. Elayah and Dr. P. Susheela

Abstract It is important for student teachers to learn theories, but the most important for them is to know how to put these theories into practice and how to strengthen the theory-practice relationships. Since Practice Teaching (Practicum) is considered as Read More …

THE IMPACT OF MALL ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS by Aymen Al-Shaqatha

Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) is deemed one of the most effective tools in language learning. Therefore, the current paper will study its impact on the four major skills of English language; namely, listening, speaking, reading, and writing. In addition, the Read More …