Inservice Secondary Teachers Training Through Distance Education In Haryana
Hemant Sharma, Dharmender Singh, Directorate of Distance Education, M. D. University, Rohtak, India
Indian Journal of Open Learning Volume 10, Number 2, ISSN 0971-2690 Publisher: Indira Gandhi National Open University
Abstract: The present study was conducted on 50 B.Ed. (DE) trainees of Directorate of Distance Education, M.D. University, Rohtak who were undergoing inselvice distance teacher training in the state of Havana with regard to their reactions towards different components of B.Ed. (DE) programme. The findings of the study revealed favourable reactions towards admission procedures, compulsov personal contact programmes and printed study mateiial. However, it was suggested that language of study material should be made easy to learners and marks obtained in assignments should be credited towards the final examination. Further, it was opined that during forty days teaching practice, trainees involvement in administrative and cultural activities should be made mandatory. Project work, the study shows, should become an integral part of every paper.
Sharma, H. & Singh, D. (2001). Inservice Secondary Teachers Training Through Distance Education In Haryana. Indian Journal of Open Learning, 10(2), 203-209. Indira Gandhi National Open University.