Keywords : Teachers

Footprints of Educational Technology in Higher Education

Hemalatha B D

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue ICITCA-2021 5S, Pages 21-26

Education is a powerful weapon which prepares the individual to face the difficulties of life, come out of poverty fear, and help to achieve status in society. At present scenario, continuous learning and updating is very essential for everyone. As per the frequent changes in technology people also should learn continuously. Maximum members of present generation are stepping into the higher education and are growing fast due to the availability of plenty of learning resources outside the classroom. Education becomes more global by the help of internet and technological devices, applications used by the institutions, teachers and the students are really appreciable in making each and every one smart enough to lead the life in modern era. To reach the fullest potential we should encourage the use of Technology in present education. In this paper author made an attempt of analysing overall outcome of technology in education fields.

Perception of Teachers on Implementation of CCE in the Upper Primary Schools of Delhi -NCR

Bimlesh Yadav; Harish Kumar Tyagi

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2020, Volume 2, Issue Special Issue ICARD 2020, Pages 170-173
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2020.114

Central Board of Secondary Education introduced Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in Indian School system, just to reduce the burden on the students (Examination) and move forward towards happy learning. Teachers are considered as pillars of Education system and ultimate agents in implementing the CCE system as they help in shaping pupils’ personality and nurture good habits among them. The present study attempts to find out perception of teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation. Samples of 100 school teachers were randomly selected from Delhi and Faridabad. Self-made Questionnaire consists of 10 items for teachers was prepared and distributed among them. The findings revealed that the perception of upper primary school teachers of Delhi is better than that of NCR towards CCE.

A Case Study on Cyber bullying

Shubhangi Taneja; Ruchi Pal; Shiwangi Vishwakarma; Rakesh Kumar

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2020, Volume 2, Issue 7, Pages 29-31
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2020.60

Cyber bullying is a threat to the persons who are very socially active in various social media platforms. So, in this paper we deal with what is cyber bullying and types of it. We also discuss about the cyber bullying taking place at various places like school, college, university etc.Even we conducted a small survey and unstructured interviews with the teachers, professionalisms about the cyber bullying. So in the results we discuss about the survey and interview results after properly analyzing it. We also give some of the way that how to stop cyber bullying and its limitations to fight with it easily