On the completion of the B.Ed. (2 years) Programme, student teachers will be able to develop:
- acquire knowledge, core courses, elective courses, teaching methods, techniques, competencies, skills, learning experiences, assessment strategies, analyze content, textbooks, syllabus
- acquire relevant knowledge, core courses, elective courses, teaching methods, techniques, necessary competencies, skills, organizing learning experiences, assessment strategies, facilitating learning, analyze content, textbooks, syllabus
Pedagogical Competency and Skills:
- To prepare the content to be taught properly in class situations by translating teaching skills and strategies
- To innovate and experiment classroom practices.
- To master and implement classroom management and behavioral management skills. To develop inclusive teaching skills.
- To reflect on what is taught and planned.
- To develop competence in assessing and evaluating learning in different ways.
- PLOs, Program Learning Outcomes, are statements that describe the knowledge, skills, and abilities that students are expected to acquire during their time in Institute of Language Teaching.
- Content Knowledge: Graduates should demonstrate a deep understanding of the subject matter they will be teaching, including relevant theories, concepts, and best practices.
- Pedagogical Knowledge: Graduates should be well-versed in various teaching methods, strategies, and techniques to effectively facilitate learning in diverse classroom settings.
- Classroom Management: Graduates should be able to create and maintain a positive and inclusive classroom environment conducive to learning, including managing student behavior effectively.
- Assessment and Evaluation: Graduates should be proficient in designing and implementing assessment tools and strategies to measure student learning and adjust their teaching accordingly.
- Differentiation: Graduates should be able to adapt their teaching methods to accommodate the diverse needs and learning styles of students.
- Technology Integration: Graduates should be familiar with and proficient in using educational technology to enhance teaching and learning experiences.
- Ethical and Professional Conduct: Graduates should demonstrate professionalism, ethical behavior, and a commitment to upholding the highest standards of the teaching profession.
- Reflective Practice: Graduates should engage in ongoing self-reflection and continuous improvement of their teaching practices based on assessment data and feedback.
- Collaboration and Communication: Graduates should be able to collaborate effectively with colleagues, parents, and other stakeholders and communicate clearly and professionally.
- Cultural Competence: Graduates should have an understanding of diverse cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives and be able to create inclusive and culturally responsive classrooms.
- Leadership Skills: Graduates should be prepared to take on leadership roles within the educational community, whether as department heads, curriculum developers, or mentors to other educators.
- Research and Lifelong Learning: Graduates should value and engage in ongoing professional development and stay current with research and developments in the field of education.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs)
- To enable trainees to discover and appreciate their unique vocation in society.
- To provide a platform for trainees to create a learning environment which integrates theory and practice.
- To nurture the trainees to inculcate the values of peace, justice, equality, and fraternity.
- To enable trainees to understand and cater to the needs of a diverse student population and understand inclusive education.
- To encourage trainees to become catalysts of social transformation.
- To revitalize education through collaboration with different organization.
- Acquires the knowledge of facts and figures in various subjects of pure sciences and education and develops skills for reflecting and evaluating.
- Develops mastery of and ability to apply the knowledge of technology, subject, content and pedagogy in designing technology integrated learning experiences and teaching learning processes.
- Understands basic concepts, fundamental principles, scientific theories and laws related to various phenomena and applies the knowledge and understanding of facts, principles and laws in understanding the relevance of phenomenon in daily life.
- Understands basic concepts of educational psychology, educational sociology, educational philosophy and educational research and apply the same in improving the classroom teaching practices.
- Develop effective skills of listening, reading, and writing and utilizing the same in understanding language diversity and for effective communication in the classroom To revitalize education through collaboration with different organizations.
- Acquires skill of observation, drawing logical inferences of the scientific, psychological, philosophical, etc. experiments and phenomena observed. Acquires skills in handling scientific instruments, planning and performing lab experiments.
- Acquires skills of analysis, synthesis and problem solving for critically analyzing scientific data and developing the ability to draw objective conclusions.
- Develops skills of creative thinking to help understand the relations between objects and phenomena and develop ability to draw better solutions and ideas for day to day problems.