B.Ed First Year Notes English Medium
Best B.Ed notes for B.Ed first year students of English medium. Better then any pdf and useful for education students
What is a checklist in education
A checklist is a type of informational job aid used to reduce failure by compensating for potential limits of human memory and attention. It helps to ensure consisting and completeness in carrying out a task.
What is projective techniques ?
First used by L. K. Frank, Projective technique requires the individual to interpret objects other than himself. These may be pictures, incomplete sentences or stories, drawings, etc. It induces the person to project himself into the test situations and this reveals his motives, ideas, thoughts, attitudes, etc.
Who was Mahatma Jyotiba Phule ?
Mahatma Jyotiba Phule was born on 11 April 1827 in Pune. His mother’s name was Chimnabai and father’s name was Govindrao. His family worked as a gardener several generations ago. They used to make flower gajras etc. by bringing flowers from Satara to Pune, hence their generation was known as ‘Phule’.
What is Inquiry Training Model ?
Though Inquiry Training Model is teacher determined, but is was originated with the belief in the development of independent learners and hence the students are active participants in the whole process of scientific inquiry.
Quantitative versus Qualitative evaluation
Quantitative evaluation is outcome-oriented. You will need to have predefined outcomes for your project. You will then test to see how your program is doing with respect to these outcomes using numerical data.
What is open book exam?
Open Book Exams allow student to take notes, texts or resource materials into an exam situation. They test ability to find and apply knowledge and information.
Types of open book exam
Standard scores: Z AND T
Definition of Z-scores:
Z-Scores are a transformation of raw scores into a standard form, where the transformation is based on knowledge about the population’s mean and standard deviation.
Correlation is a measure of relationship. It is a statistical procedure that helps us to examine the relationship of one variable with another. When the increase or decrease of one variable corresponds to the increase or decrease of another, the 2 variables are said to be correlated. The converse is also true.