Wednesday, 16 September 2015
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak is one of the oldest state government universities of Haryana. It was incepted in 1976 with an object to provide quality education to the masses. University offers a wide array of courses in Management, Information Technology, Engineering, Paramedical, Medical, Pharmacy, Traditional, Education and Etc. University has maintained state of art infrastructure along with a huge pool of well qualified and trained faculty members.
Education Faculty of the University offers Education related courses of three different levels “ D.Ed., B.Ed., and M.Ed. Students with a background of secondary education can apply for D.Ed. which is of two years duration. Students with a background of graduation can apply for B.Ed. which is of One Years duration. Students with a background of B.Ed. can apply for M.Ed. which is of One Year duration.
Candidates aspiring to teach classes between 5th to 12th Class may opt for B.Ed. Program after completing their graduation or post graduation. Candidates applying for B.Ed. must have secured minimum 50% marks in their graduation or in post graduation.
Students aspiring to apply for B.Ed. program from Maharishi Dayanand University may apply through direct MDU B.Ed. online registration or may walk in to IIPS. Students may seek relevant guidance related MDU B.Ed. IIPS guides and facilitates students to complete registration for B.Ed online application 2015-16.
For completing MDU B.Ed online registration students are required to log on to University prescribed portal and fill in online application 2015 along with that relevant educational documents, photograph and signature.
For more details- Contact- IIPS
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Trying to engage a room of preschoolers is like herding cats. Every little one has his own idea of what fun looks like and it is usually different from yours! Try these quick tips for preschool classroom management and share own ideas.
1. Be extremely prepared. In preschool world, downtime is the enemy. While you pause to look for crayons your three-year olds may try to take over the world. Before class begins make sure that you have all of your materials ready and know your lesson inside and out. Whatever you do, don’t sit and read a lesson to a group of preschooler and expect to engage them. Those kids will be under the tables and eating the soap.
2. Use a consistent attention-getting cue. Train your class that we you use a certain cue, they are to prepare to listen. It may be counting to three or clapping in a pattern or repeating words after you. Preschoolers are pretty easily trained, you just have to be consistent. Do the same thing every time. Kids this age like routine and establishing cues like this can help your lesson run much more smoothly.
3. Teach with enthusiasm. If you watch a popular preschool show there are no monotone voices or bland personalities. You don’t have to be the Imagination Movers, but you have the opportunity to make the Bible come alive. You are telling the greatest story of all time. Take every op portunity to make the Word come alive as best as you can.
4. Involve the children. Kids will remember the story better if they are involved in your teaching. Have them make appropriate sound effects, repeat key phrases, or act out related motions. The more repetition you can include the better! The more kids are involved the less trouble they can cause, but more importantly the more the truth will stick in their heart.
5. Keep it short and use variety. Preschoolers have extremely short attention spans. Basically they can focus for one minute per year of their age. Expecting a four-year old to sit patiently for a fifteen minute lecture on the Old Testament. Less is more for little ones. Give them one short, amazing story with one simple point to remember.
Saturday, 20 September 2014
Children have a curiosity about words and letters and a drive to imitate what they see going on around them, so it is important to capitalise on that in a relaxed way when thinking about learning to read and write. Children are learning about reading and writing all the time by watching how the people that matter to them use written language. When you go into the street, notice how much writing there is on road signs, posters, shops, buses, as well as clothes. Context helps us recognise words and children come to connect and remember them. Pointing out familiar words in context will help children understand their meaning and make connections between the written symbols and what they stand for. Children come to recognise familiar words and captions on screen too and reading these together will help when they come to read in a more conventional sense.
There is evidence to show that understanding when and why we read and write is as important for young children’s literacy development as knowing how to do it. They will want to join in when they see important people in their lives read and write as part of everyday experience. For example, they will be curious if they see you writing a shopping list, sending a text message or sitting at the computer, and they will want to join in, so it’s important to talk about it. Showing them how to read to find out when Charlie and Lola is on TV next or how to get information about a recipe from a magazine or the internet will help them understand the value and purposes of reading and writing so they learn to use them for themselves in this way.
Writing down a story or message that children dictate will help them understand the link between what they say and the words on the page and will help them when they become more independent writers. Some parents write their children’s stories into folded paper books that can be illustrated and then read back as a story at bedtime.
Young children’s first marks and scribbles are an important part of their development. Giving praise and taking an interest in what they are doing will encourage them. Children as young as two can draw letter-like shapes which show that they are already taking in lots of information about written language. Children often show pride in ‘their’ name or letter. With encouragement, they often want to point out familiar words or letters. Magnetic alphabet letters or bricks can be a fun way of getting to know the letters of the alphabet and how they fit together to make familiar words, or there are numerous games and activities to be found online. Whatever you choose, it’s the talk that surrounds it that’s important, taking the lead from the child in a relaxed atmosphere.
Writing and talking about their own name and those of family members and friends is often a source of interest to children once they begin to see the link between the letters on the page and people and things that matter to them. Names also help them build on this understanding of the patterns of written language and understand that writing is consistent – the letters in their name will always be the same and appear in the same order. Names also demonstrate the symbolic nature of written language. They show that those letters, in that order, stand for and conjure up that person and everything about them, the way they look and sound, what they do and who they are.
Friday, 19 September 2014
nursery rhyme to your child.
Start off of that has a fun game as you bring a picture of an a number of identity through the nursery rhyme that you'll be instructing your kids. And then on the reverse in the papers a person create the expression which best describes the character or maybe can be a key credit in the identity. As an illustration should the photograph you bring can be involving Small Bo-Peep, ask your kids to call the character after which reveal your message that you have created on the reverse facet in the papers. That game will probably increase the girl recollection as well as affiliation ability.
Be Patient When you Teach the Kid to Read
You have to sit on a perusing session ordinary and urge the kid to peruse alongside you. Visit the youngsters' segment of the neighborhood library alongside your little child and request that he select a couple of books that he might want to peruse. Request that they read the books to you when you get back home.
Educate your kid to eloquent or voice the words with the assistance of nursery rhymes. The dreary nature of the nursery rhymes will support the advancement of the open workforce in a powerful way. Here for instance, take the nursery rhyme "Hey Diddle". In this rhyme the letter d is rehashed various times and it is certain to constrain your baby to buckle down on it and utilize their tongue to make a fitting clamor for the letter.
Make your voice fascinating and intelligent. Don't utilize a monotone. As the youngster takes after your rhymes, sway them to add some musicality to the lines with the assistance of their voice. The shine and merriment of your disposition ought to deliver the goods from your voice and make a point to include a decent lot of finger play to make the rhymes more fun. This is likewise an extraordinary approach to improve their cognitive capacities. This finger play all the while creates the dexterity of the minimal one and sways him to think as well.
Use Memory Skills
This is possible energetically by posing certain questions from the rhyme like 'where did the cat hop over?' or 'what instrument did the canine play?' urge him to reply without anyone else present by alluding to different examples from the rhymes and inside a brief time you will discover the memory working through essential affiliation.
Building squares, tabletop games, card diversions, mazes and riddles are incredible approach to show nursery rhymes to children. You just need to fuse the rhyme into the amusement and you will be astonished how well the staffs like affiliation, remembering, thinking and critical thinking create in the child. Make it a point to clarify what and why you are doing with a specific end goal to provide for him an acceptable understanding of the movement that is going on.
Nursery rhymes are produced in a manner that can adequately help your youngster create all the obliged cognitive aptitudes that can upgrade their creative energy and craving to learn. Distinguishing and comprehension a composed word is the first and an indispensable step towards fitting perusing aptitudes.