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St Joseph TTI For Women

Located at the heart of Ernakulam is St Joseph TTI for Women, an institution which has ventured into the field of teacher education since 2005. The institution is run by the Vimala Province of the congregation of Mother of Carmel. Ours is a self-financing institution which strives to mould professionally competent teachers at the upper primary level. A team of teacher educators under the competent guidance of our principal, Lincy A.P has been consistently endeavoring to raise the pedagogical and transactional skills of the teacher trainees. Providing exposure to the innovative ways of teaching is our forte.

The infrastructural facilities available in the college is outstanding. Students can avail the facilities of the state-of-the-art ICT lab, Library, Psychology lab, language lab, Science and Math’s lab throughout the day. Recreational facilities to ease off the hectic requirements of scholastic activities are made available.

The ambience of the college campus coupled with the expert guidance and facilities at stake has been instrumental in making St Joseph TTI for Women achieve a preeminent status. The exposure provided to our trainees in the curricular and non-curricular activities equip them to hold sway in any exacting situation in their professional life.

Subjects Offered: –

1.Educational Psychology

Educational psychology helps a teacher trainee to know that how learning takes place. It enables them to understand how to initiate learning how to motivate and how to memorize or learn. It helps to guide students in the right direction and channelize students’ abilities in right direction. It informs the teacher about the nature of the learners and his potentialities. It helps a teacher to adjust his or her methodologies of learning to the nature or demand of the learner. It enables a teacher to know the problems of individual differences and treat every student on his or her merit. It helps a teacher to solve the learning problems of a student. It helps it teacher t to evaluate students and check whether the objective of teaching and learning has been achieved.

Interaction With Counsellors

Curriculum objective achieved: The students able to identify the role of counselling in the schools in school scenario also got an exposure on counselling skills and qualities required for a counsellor. Date 2nd February 2020.

Guests: Mahitha teacher: Academic Counsellor Government Girls HSS Ernakulam
Suma Teacher: Academic counsellor SRV school Ernakulam.

Talk On Value Education

Objectives achieved:

In connection with the different dimensions of development in Psychology, students identified the importance of providing value education to the students and the trainees got an exposure on various modes of providing value education to our students.
Date: 10th January 2020
Guest: Rev. Father Thomas
Director Prathyasa Counselling Centre Angamaly.
Participants :D.El.Ed first year and Second year students.

Visit To St. Mary’s Kindergarten.

Curriculum objective achieved: Teacher trainees identified the nature of the learners in kindergarten classrooms and recognised common peculiarities. They also identified that children are interested in the Play way techniques of learning and also through the variety of activities as their span of attention is limited.

Outcome: Observation report on the learning environment provided in KG classrooms and also about the nature of learners and their interests.

Preparation Of Psychological Tools

Preparation of Observation schedule, sociometry, anecdotal records, cumulative records etc.Curriculum objectivesAchieved: Identify various tools and techniques which are used in the field of Educational Psychology.

Outcome: Prepared the format of each tool and technique used in Educational Psychology and administered this tools and test items and checked its practical possibilities in the classrooms during their internship.

Symposium

Factors that influence learning:
Curriculum objectives achieved: Acquainted with the factors that influence learning and thereby enhance the levels of learning by giving importance to all these factors.

Collection And Illustration Of Psychological Experiments

Compilation of experiments of Piaget, Thorndike, Skinner, Albert Bandura and other Psychologists with the help of ICT.

Demonstration Of Learning Theories

Curriculum objectives achieved: Demonstrated and explained the learning theories of different psychologists with the help of LCD projector.
Outcome: Album prepared showing the experiments of major psychologists.

2.Educational Philosophy

The educational process depends on four fundamental aspects: the education institution, teachers, curriculums, and the students. These four aspects correlate with each other strongly. In fact, all aspects are being integrated into the educational process in any educational institutions. Each one of those aspects is working side by side to support the other aspect accurately. It is well known that an educational philosophy reflects a social philosophy. A social philosophy is considered as a plan to guide the educational process. A relation between philosophy and education is unclear; however, there is acceptance for this relations existence. Some people believe that education is a result of philosophical doctrines, and educators are, in fact, philosophers. Moreover, education is a process of keeping and transferring social heritage throughout history.

Programs And Activities To Achieve The Objectives.

Webinar On Inclusive Education.

Curriculum objectives achieved: The webinar helped the trainees to identify the objectives of inclusive education which aims to universally include and provide equitable education to all students regardless of their ability.
Date: 20/08/2020
Guest: Neeraj George, also known as Neeraj George Baby, is an Indian mountaineer and Para-Badminton athlete from Aluva, Kerala. George climbed Kilimanjaro on crutches.
Participants: D.El.Ed 1st year students.

International Seminar On “Integrated Education” Organised By The “EBLITY “

Curriculum objectives achieved: It helped the trainees to identify the concepts related to integrated curriculum and promoted the educational provisions to meet the social and cultural needs of the children and to be independent in their daily living skills and abilities.
Date: 18/07/2020
Guest: Geetha Gopi N
Rehabilitation Practitioner & Psychologist,
Director: Sashsktikaran Trust.
Participants: Teacher trainees from various colleges in different parts of the world.

Symposium On History Of Education In India.

Curriculum objectives achieved. Recognise the History of Education in India which is of fundamental importance to a professional teacher.
Recognise the evolution of education system.
Outcomes: Symposium report along with the Seminar Papers.

Panel Discussion On The History Of Education In Kerala.

Curriculum objectives achieved: The study of history of education help teacher trainees to appreciate the various aspects of their past educational process so as to link them to the present. It gave teacher trainees a solid foundation to plan for our present and future educational development. It empowered them to know various milestones on the path of educational history of Kerala.
Outcome: Seminar papers were prepared by each Panel Experts and submitted detailed report on the conduct of Panel Discussion.

Preparation Of A Digital Album Containing The Profile And Brief Description Of Each Philosopher Both Western And Eastern Who Contributed Much To Educational Philosophy.

Curriculum objectives achieved.
This activity helped the students to examine and compare the goals, forms, methods, and meaning of education and able to identify both fundamental philosophical analysis of these themes and the description or analysis of particular pedagogical approaches.
Outcomes: Digital album

3. Malayalam

Mother tongue is an emotional and cultural entity of an individual. Carefully planned Mother tongue education enables the holistic development of the individual.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE

Reading Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Recognize the importance of reading and cultivate an interest in reading books of different genres.
Date: 19/6/2020
Participants: D.El. Ed IInd year Students

Onam Celebration

Curriculum Objective achieved: Recognizes the goals of celebrating exemplary cultural festivals in education institutions and organize them. Date: 29/8/2020
Guests: Prasanna K Varma
Participants: D.El. Ed IInd year students

Kerala Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: To gain an understanding of the history of Kerala and to plan and organize various events related to Kerala culture.
Date: 1/11/2020
Participants: D.El. Ed IInd year students

International Mother Language Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Identify the importance of mother tongue in personal life and education.
Date: 21/2/2021
Participants: D.El. Ed IIndyear students

Malayalam Expert Class

Curriculum Objective achieved: Develop teacher skills in teacher trainees by observing model classes by expert teachers. Date: 30/3/2021
Guest: Shaji Malippaara
Participants: D.El. Ed IInd year students

4. English

D.El. Ed Course envisages to develop linguistic competency in English along with a holistic perspective about theoretical aspects of language teaching. Focus is on developing and fine tuning the teaching skills required to transact English at the Lower primary and Upper primary level. Various activities that promote functional competency of language are envisaged. As language acquisition is the central focus, a plethora of activities intended to widen the perspective of students in using language in a meaningful way is aimed.
https://spark.adobe.com/page/cfWnsLe9yV4RA/

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE

Teacher’s Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: To develop awareness about Teacher’s Day and enhance functional competency in using language.
Date: September 5, 2020
Guests: Dr K.N Krishnakumar
(Deputy Director of Collegiate Education)
Dr Mary Joseph
(Educational Agency, Vimala Province & former principal St Joseph College of teacher Education for Women)
Participants: Teacher trainees of the college and Alumni

Reading Club:

Curriculum Objective achieved: To promote reading, conduct discussions on the read books and develop activities to promote reading in youngsters.
Date: Inaugurated on July 22, 2020
Guests: Dr P.B Chandramathy Amma
Participants: Students of teaching practice schools and teacher trainees.

English Fest

Curriculum Objective achieved: To gain practical knowledge of organising a fest virtually.
Developing competency in selecting and executing language games suited to the online mode.

https://pdfhost.io/v/TZnObZmXC_English_Fest.pdf
Date:9/6/2021
Guests: Dr Bindu Jamal
(Associate Professor and Head, Dept of English, MES College Marampally
Lincy A.P.
(Principal, St Joseph TTI for Women)
Participants: Students of the college

Blog:

Curriculum Objective achieved: To promote creative expression both linguistic and otherwise in teacher trainees.
Outcomes: ‘D.El. Ed Classroom’

https://ekmstjosephded.blogspot.com/

Digital Manuscript Magazine:

Curriculum Objective achieved: Encourage creative writing skills in trainees and develop competency to digitalise a manuscript magazine.
Outcomes: Manuscript magazine ‘Literary Strides’

https://online.fliphtml5.com/mryqs/nkml/?1609579152475#p=1

Compilation Of Reading Cards:

Curriculum Objective achieved: Develop competency to prepare reading cards digitally for primary learners and include pre, while and post reading questions.

Outcomes: https://online.fliphtml5.com/mryqs/usxt/#p=1

Digital Poster Designing Competition

Curriculum Objective achieved: Develop awareness of an issue and prepare posters suited for it. Outcomes: Digital posters on the theme
‘Online Teaching: Challenges’

5.Mathematics

Mathematics is an integral part of life. In our day-to-day activities, use of mathematics is inevitable. Children have some basic knowledge and understanding of mathematics even before they start school. They apply this knowledge in their own way in everyday life. A teacher needs to integrate the concept of mathematics with the experience of children. Also, frequent games and play which leads to joyful learning. The use of activity-based methods, which was mentioned in the curriculum shall make teaching of mathematics more interesting. The aim of mathematics curriculum is to prepare teachers to develop the necessary mathematics skills maintaining interest in mathematics.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE

GeoGebra Training Programme

Curriculum Objective achieved: Gain expertise in innovative techniques that will help future to teach mathematics in a fun and easy way.
Date: 25 July 2020
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year batch

Online Workshop On Teaching Aids Preparation

Curriculum Objective achieved: To familiarise and develop materials which enhance the teaching learning process.
Date: 22 August 2020
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year students

National Mathematics Day Celebration

Curriculum Objective achieved: To raise awareness about Mathematics and its history amongst students and to increase a positive attitude towards learning math’s. To honor the efforts of those who have contributed to the development of mathematics.
Date: 22 December 2020
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year students

Mathematics Magazine Competition

Curriculum Objective achieved: Gain the ability to self-identify math proficiency as a teacher student and present them creatively.
Date: 15- 22, February 2021
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year students

World Math’s Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Motivation to think more about mathematics, engage in more training and make new discoveries.
ate: 5 May 2021
Participants: D.EL. ED 1st year and 2nd year studentsht://youtu.be/dHgX_-J2DfY

6. Science

Science is a universal subject that spans the branch of knowledge that examines the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. Science also involves a lot of communication with other people and develops patience and perseverance in children. Beyond the potential scientific breakthroughs, there are individual benefits to learning science, such as developing our ability to ask questions, collect information, organize, and test our ideas, solve problems, and apply what we learn.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE

National Science Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Raised the awareness on the importance of science in promoting a better development of the nation. Recognizes the contributions made by various scientists across the world.
Date: 28/2/2020
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year Students

International Women’s Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Honoured the achievements made by women in all spheres of life. Helped to raise awareness about women’s equality and their rights.
Date: 8/3/2021
Guests: Mrs. Raji Menon, Vice Principal of Vijay Jyothi public school &Ex director of Pratheeksha Counselling Centre.
Participants: D.El. Ed-I st year, 2nd year students

World Water Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Enhanced the awareness of the importance of water. Understood various actions to tackle the global water crises.
Date: 22/8/2021
Participants: D.El. Ed-I st year, 2nd year students

World Health Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Raised the awareness about the overall health and well-being of people. Acquainted with different types of yoga asanas and exercises to keep our body fit and healthy.
Date: 7/4/2021
Guests: Participants: D.El. Ed -I st year, 2nd year students

Model Class By Expert

Curriculum Objective achieved: Acquired various teaching skills required for taking an effective class. Learned how to teach students by selecting proper A-V aids and other materials.
Date: 9/4/2021
Guests: Anil Kumar, Faculty – Victor’s channel
Participants: D.El. Ed -I st year, 2nd year students

World Earth Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Recognized the importance of Earth and its ecosystems in providing us with life and sustenance Promoted innovative thinking that can restore the world’s ecosystem.
Date: 22/4/2021
Guests: Participants: D.El. Ed -I st year, 2nd year students

World Environment Day

Curriculum Objective achieved: Gained knowledge regarding the protection of Environment. Created awareness about the threat to the environment due to rising pollution levels and climate change.
Date: 5/6/2021
Participants: D.El. Ed -I st year, 2nd year students
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n679eqWHB6k&ab_channel=StJosephTTIfor Women

Field Visit To Mangalavanam

Curriculum Objective achieved: Appreciated the biodiversity in Mangalavanam bird sanctuary. Came to know about the various types of herbs, shrubs and trees that were found.
Outcomes: Report on field visit

Field Visit To CMFRI

Curriculum Objective achieved: Acquainted with the names of many aquatic organisms and studied their peculiar features.
Outcomes: Report on field visit

7. Social Science

Social Science is a subject which acquires knowledge about human relations, establish knowledge of social and physical environment and transmitting about culture and civilizations thereby enabling an individual to adopt to his community effortlessly.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE

GLOBAL PARENTS DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved: To give appreciation, love, care, and respect to parents.
Date:1 st June 2020
Participants:2 nd year students

INDEPENDENCE DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved: To recall our great freedom fighters who sacrificed and struggled their lives to free our Motherland thereby fostering self-reliance in children.
Date:15 th August
Participants:2 nd year students

GANDHI JAYANTI

Curriculum Objective achieved: To inspire the young generation by telling them about the father of the nation.
Date:2 nd October
Participants:2 nd year student

REPUBLIC DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved: To honour the Constitution of independent India.
Date:26 th January 2021
Participants:2 nd year students

NATIONAL GIRL CHILD DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved: To promote an awareness about the rights of the girl child and importance of girl’s education, and their health and nutrition.
Outcomes: E magazine

GLOBAL HAND WASHING DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved: To foster and support a general culture of hand washing with soap in all societies.
Outcomes: Mask making, Awareness poster making

STUDENTS DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved:To ensure that every student has access to education across the globe irrespective to any factors or categories.
Outcomes: Video presentation

WOMEN’S DAY

Curriculum Objective achieved:To honour all the women and their achievements regardless of the divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic, or political and true value of women in society.
Outcomes: Video contest, ‘Women who have influenced you”

8. Information and Communication Technology

The strength of the modern educational process is the effective incorporation of rapidly changing technology. To mould the new generation of techno- savvy, it is necessary to ensure that the technology component is adequate at all levels of the educational process.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE:

Class On Augmented Reality, Audio- Video Editing, Screen Recording

Curriculum Objective achieved: Make classes fresh and attractive with IT- based innovations in primary classes.
Date: 22, 23 October 2020
Guests: Ajith Kumar S, K.S. Sajan
Participants: D.El. Ed 2nd year students

Workshop On Video Editing, Flip Book, WPS Office

Curriculum Objective achieved: Gain skills in utilizing the different possibilities of technology in teaching and other learning related activities. Date: 1,2,3 March 2021
Guests: Tomy Edakkara, Ramesh K.S (Team Learning Teachers)
Participants: D.El. Ed 1year and 2nd year students

YouTube Channel Creation And Management

Curriculum Objective achieved: Actively share knowledge and messages related to education with the community as a teacher student through social media.
Outcomes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ISEZnGne0Pk1dSFnxh27Q– Joseph TTIforWomen

Work Experience, Art Education, Health And Physical Education Are Also Subjects Transacted In D.El.Ed.

Program Outcomes (PO) Of D.El.Ed Programme

St Joseph TTI for Women a self-financing institution, ventured into the field of Elementary teacher education since 2005 and has been consistently endeavoring to raise the pedagogical and transactional skills of the teacher trainees. Providing exposure to the innovative ways of teaching is the forte. The exposure provided to our trainees in the curricular and non-curricular activities equip them to hold sway in any exacting situation in their professional life.

Subjects Offered: –

1. Educational Psychology

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • know that how learning takes place.
  • understand how to initiate learning how to motivate and how to memorize or learn.
  • be able to guide students in the right direction and channelize students’ abilities in right direction.
  • Know about the nature of the learners and his potentialities.
  • be able to adjust his or her methodologies of learning to the nature or demand of the learner.
  • know the problems of individual differences and treat every student on his or her merit.
  • solve the learning problems of a student.
  • be able to evaluate students and check whether the objective of teaching and learning has been achieved.

2. Educational Philosophy

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • be able to examine and compare the goals, forms, methods, and meaning of education
  • be able to identify the philosophy underlying various approaches to teaching
  • be able to identify the objectives of inclusive education
  • be able to identify the concepts related to integrated curriculum.
  • get familiarized with History of Education in India
  • recognise the evolution of education system.
  • appreciate the various aspects of their past educational process so as to link them to the present.
  • be able to plan for the present and future educational development.
  • become aware of the various milestones on the path of educational history of Kerala.

3. Malayalam

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • recognize the importance of reading and cultivate an interest in reading books of different genres
  • gain an understanding of the history of Kerala and to plan and organize various events related to Kerala culture
  • recognizes the goals of celebrating exemplary cultural festivals in education institutions and organize them
  • identify the importance of mother tongue in personal life and education.
  • develop teaching skills

4. English

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • have linguistic competency in English along with a holistic perspective about theoretical aspects of language teaching.
  • develop the teaching skills required to transact English at the Lower primary and Upper primary level.
  • have functional competency of English language.
  • develop competency in selecting and executing language games suited to the online mode.
  • develop blogs to give vent to creative expression both linguistic and otherwise
  • develop creative writing skills
  • develop competency to digitalise a manuscript magazine
  • develop competency to prepare reading cards digitally for primary learners and include pre, while and post reading questions

5. Mathematics

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • develop the necessary mathematics skills for maintaining the interest of students in learning of mathematics
  • be able to integrate the concept of mathematics with the experience of children
  • gain expertise in innovative techniques to teach mathematics in a fun and easy way
  • be able to develop materials which enhance the teaching learning process
  • recognize the efforts of those who have contributed to the development of mathematics.
  • gain the ability to self-identify math proficiency

6. Science

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • develop the necessary skills for maintaining the interest of students in learning of Science
  • be able to integrate the concept of Science with the experience of children
  • gain expertise in innovative techniques to teach Science in a fun and easy way
  • be able to develop materials which enhance the teaching learning process in Science
  • recognize the efforts of those who have contributed to the development of Science.

7. Social Science

On successful completion of the course a teacher trainee would:

  • develop the necessary skills for maintaining the interest of students in learning of Social Science
  • be able to integrate the concept of Social Science with the experience of children
  • gain expertise in innovative techniques to teach Social Science in a fun and easy way
  • be able to develop materials which enhance the teaching learning process in Social Science
  • acquires knowledge about human relations, culture and civilizations