Who is Rabindranath Tagore?
– “The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.” These are one the finest thoughts of India’s eminent poet and educationist, Rabindranath Tagore. Rabindranath Tagore was an institution himself. As a distinguished scholar, poet, political thinker and educationist, Rabindranath Tagore was a personality with ideas of nationalism, democracy, freedom and rationalism. His contribution to the field of Indian education is not only great but also relevant to the present….
Discussing the Positive and Negative Aspects of Including Play in the Curriculum for Young Children
– … In contrary, there would be the other sides of the party in which will not support play to be including into the curriculum. In this assignment, the positive aspects of including play into the curriculum followed by the negative aspect of it will be explicitly discussed . These will be summarised by harmonizing into one aspect either the positive or the negative. 2.0 Positive aspects of including play There are many educationist whom had agreed that play should be part of the curriculum. A German Educationist, Friedrich Froebel said that ‘recognition of the importance of play as a central integrating element in a child’s development and learning’ (Scherle et al, 2014)…. ;
Rewriting Histories – A struggle for ‘Self Identity’ as a Human Being: Reading of Untouchable Spring and Outcaste: A Memoir
– Dalit literature contests written histories where the entire life and cultural heritage of these specific set of people have been neglected. Only a literature of their own can express the real life experiences and their history. The movement which began with Mahatma Jyotirao Phule and Dr. Ambedkar with the message, “Don’t let your pen be restricted to your own questions” (Nimbalkar 32 – 33) is genuinely carried out by Dalit writers, to awake, to emancipate and to make them realize that every human being is equal…. ;
Education Cannot Prepare Men and Women for Marriage
– “First come love, then comes marriage, then comes baby…”. A popular childhood jingle that suggests that before becoming married and having children, there should be that period of dating which will determine whether or not love is the feeling that is abound in a relationship. The two individuals having come to the realization that they love each other might then make the crucial decision that they should spend the rest of their lives together in holy matrimony. Having made the decision to tie the knot there is usually a period of counselling where the couple is ‘educated’ on the pros and cons of being in a long-term commitment such as marriage, but are they really being educated…. ;
Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom
– In 1995, Delpit published Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom. Although the excerpt analyzed in this paper is from a larger work, it was written by Delpit (1995) as a self-contained speech. This excerpt includes many of the concepts Delpit believes to be the basic cultural conflicts in the classroom, which are stereotyping, child-deficit assumptions and student isolation and invisibility. Delpit’s goal is to “remove the dynamic of oppression that are inherent in any classroom…that come together when (primarily white) teachers spend time with ‘other people’s children'” (Delpit, 1995, pg.69)….