|ಪ್ರಾದೇಶಿಕ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಸಂಸ್ಥೆ, ಮೈಸೂರು
|ಪದವೀಪೂರ್ವ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಇಲಾಖೆಯ ಸಹಭಾಗಿತ್ವದೊಂದಿಗೆ
LET US BEGIN BY LISTENING TO A PRAYER WRITTEN BY RABINDRANATH TAGORE
WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake
ಪ್ರಾದೇಶಿಕ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಸಂಸ್ಥೆ. RIE Mysore
is a constituent of the NCERT, New Delhi and it is concerned with the school and teacher education in Southern India. Click here to know more about RIE Mysore 
ಪದವೀಪೂರ್ವ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣ ಇಲಾಖೆ Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka
is the organization for implementation of higher secondary education in the State of Karnataka. Click here to to know more about the Department 
This is a collaborative effort of the Regional Institute of Education, Mysore and the Department of Pre-University Education, Bangalore to provide in-service professional development inputs for the lecturers of the P U Colleges in Karnataka. This need was primarily felt by the department since the existing recruitment rules do not make a professional degree in teaching mandatory for becoming a lecturer. It is also true that the existing Bachelor of Education programme does not cater to the requirements of a P U lecturer since it is primarily aimed at preparation of secondary school teachers
It is felt that the lecturers at the +2 level have diverse needs for in-service professional development. Broadly they may be classified as 'Content Enrichment' and 'Training in Methodology of Teaching'. This programme is visualised as a generic training in methodology of teaching at P U level. However, where ever possible, illustrations would be provided from the subjects taught at the P U level.
What is an Induction Programme?
|In-service teacher education programmes are of various kinds. 'Induction programme', 'Orientation programme', 'Refresher programme', etc. An induction programme is that programme which provides inputs necessary for a person to start performing certain functions expected of him/her in a particular occupation. It may have awareness inputs, attitudinal inputs and competency development inputs.The induction programme for P U Lecturers, therefore, would provide inputs necessary for a person to perform functions expected of him/her in a pre-university college.
Who Needs an Induction Programme?
|An Induction Programme is needed for a person who is new to a nature of work. For example, a lecturer of P U College needs induction training if he has never worked in a P U College, is newly appointed and is not having a previous experience of performing those functions expected of a lecturer. In a way it is an initiation in to an occupation. Even though an induction programme is provided to a lecturer who is new to the P U College, a faculty member on transfer or promotion from some other level or sector may also benefit from induction training. In other words, it is not the age alone or recency of recruitment which decides who needs an induction programme.
The Modality Followed
The programme inputs for this induction programme are developed jointly by the faculty of the Regional Institute of Education, Mysore the staff of the Department of PU Education, Bangalore and other experts drawn from University IASE, and CTE. The first training is provided in a face-to-face modality to a batch of Master Trainers drawn from various P U Colleges who in turn are to provide training to the lecturers at the district level. The schedule of this training is provided below. The programme is coordinated by Professor Vasant D. Bhat of RIE, Mysore and Shri Mohan Kumar of the Department of P U Education. Information about the other team members can be found in the section The Facilitators .
The Modules of this training are arranged under the following three areas
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How to Proceed?
|The PU Lecturer is required to be either deputed or selected based on application to undergo the training.
- The Department of PU Education would organise an orientation programme to the participants on the training package, the pre-test, procedures to be followed, etc.
- The trainee lecturer is required to work online with the material, preferably area by area, and complete the activities/ tasks as per instructions provided.
- Each section has a suggested time for completion. Even though a participant is free to proceed at his/her own pace, the time frame may be kept in mind for maintaining efficiency and for enabling face-to-face programme to be scheduled.
- Reading material, supplementary material for classroom transaction have been prepared and incorporated in the training package.
- A Post Test will be conducted at the end of the programme for the award of grade and certificate.
|The programme inputs of this web based induction programme consists of
- Primary texts, pdf file attachments and AV clippings developed by the online facilitators,
- Pages from relevent internet sites under different sections,
- Video clippings on different topics and for different training objectives,
- The Book Shelf has a collection of relevent material and also consists of activities to be accomplished by you during the training,
- Web Resources provides you with connections to internet sites which could be of help to you
Some Features You May Like to Know
At the end of every page is a navigation help that allows you to go to any section of the package without having to go to the main page. You would need this help when you want to parallally refer to more than one section of the package.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE PACKAGE?
This Programme aims at creating an ICT platform to help the P U Lecturer in shaping up oneself continuously as a Teacher.
The Objectives of the Programme are
- To understand role implications of a junior college lecturer and the challenges before oneself.
- To develop an insight into teaching and the learner at the PU Level.
- To locate and use ICT for enrichment and effective functioning as a lecturer.
- To enhance functional capabilities as a lecturer.
What is Proposed in the Training?
- As stated earlier, the first training is at the state level and is organised for preparing the master trainers and they in turn would provide training to the lecturers at the district level under the guidance of the facilitators of the programme.
- The programme envisages that the verbal inputs in the form of modules will not be printed owing to the high cost of printing and the difficulties faced in correcting misstakes in print or revising the material on a regular basis.
- This programme will have its inputs available on the web and will be open soource along with the linkages to other authentic material available on the web.
Schedule for the 5-Day Training
|| Session I
|| Session II
|| Session III
|| Session IV
| Day 1
|| Registration and Inauguration
|| General orientation and Pre assessment
|| PU Education at a Glance (1,2,3,4,5)
|| Content Analysis and Contextuali –sation (9 and 10)
| Day 2
|| Teacher and Learner at PU Stage (4, 6, 7 and 8)
|| Approaches to Teaching at PU Stage (11, 12, 14)
|| Analysis and Discussion of Content Analysis
|| Designing Learning Experiences (13 and 15)
| Day 3
|| Learner at the PU Level – An Analysis (22,23,24)
|| Organising Learner Support at PU Level (25)
|| Demo and Practical on Teaching
|| Demo and Practical on Teaching
| Day 4
|| Learner Oriented Approaches (16,17)
|| Assessment and Evaluation of Learning (20,21)
|| Analysis and Discussion of Teaching
|| Analysis and Discussion of Teaching
| Day 5
|| Managing learning within and beyond classroom (18,19)
|| Adolescence Education and Value Development (26)
|| Display and Discussion on Learner Support and Evaluation
|| Consolidation, Post assessment and Valedictory Session
(Numbers within the brackets indicate the modules on which the transaction is based on)
Activities in the 5-Day Programme
'Participants of the programme would be required to bring a copy of the syllabus and reference book for the classes taught by the participant
Each participant will be required to do the following activities day wise, in that order.
- Select a topic from the syllabus and analyse its content. Also develop a concept map on the topic.
- Select a teaching point/ concept and prepare learning experience to teach it using ICT. Present the same to others within a time frame decided for the purpose.
- Prepare a Class Talk/ Career Talk or Material for Display
- Select a topic and Prepare items for evaluation (submission/display).
| THE e-MAIL IDs OF FACILITATORS: