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Reflection on Teacher Education Curriculum in Relation to Commitment and Competencies


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1 G.T.B. Khalsa College of Education, Dasuya (Hoshiarpur), India
 

The present day teacher faces more challenges that he faced in earlier times. Rapid explosion of knowledge, demands creation of qualitative teacher who in turn will help to strengthen a knowledge society to meet the challenges of globalization and mould the society keeping in view the values and traditions. Hence, there is a great need of committed and competent teachers to meet the ever changing demand of the present society. Teaching, for which teacher is recognized, is regarded as one of the noblest profession in the world and to prove it so forever, the teacher commitment and teaching competencies of the should be developed. Keeping this in view, the present topic tries to give a bird’s eye view of that if we want that Teacher Preparation Programme (TPP) generate committed, competence and performance based teacher trainees then competency, commitment and performance area, of the existing curriculum needs to be analysed.

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Teacher Education, Commitment, Competencies.
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Varinder Kaur
G.T.B. Khalsa College of Education, Dasuya (Hoshiarpur), India

Abstract


The present day teacher faces more challenges that he faced in earlier times. Rapid explosion of knowledge, demands creation of qualitative teacher who in turn will help to strengthen a knowledge society to meet the challenges of globalization and mould the society keeping in view the values and traditions. Hence, there is a great need of committed and competent teachers to meet the ever changing demand of the present society. Teaching, for which teacher is recognized, is regarded as one of the noblest profession in the world and to prove it so forever, the teacher commitment and teaching competencies of the should be developed. Keeping this in view, the present topic tries to give a bird’s eye view of that if we want that Teacher Preparation Programme (TPP) generate committed, competence and performance based teacher trainees then competency, commitment and performance area, of the existing curriculum needs to be analysed.

Keywords


Teacher Education, Commitment, Competencies.

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