The MEd programme refers to the Master of Education degree. It is a postgraduate academic degree that allows educators and professionals in the field of education to further enhance their knowledge, skills, and expertise in specific areas of education. The MEd programme is designed for individuals who already hold a Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree or a related field and want to pursue advanced studies in education.

Similar to the BEd programme, the MEd programme’s content and duration may vary based on the country and the educational institution offering it. Typically, the MEd programme takes one to two years to complete. The curriculum may include a combination of coursework, research, and practical experiences, depending on the focus and requirements of the specific programme.

1.M.Ed Degree Programme (Four-semesters) offered in St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women, Ernakulam is affiliated to M.G. University, Kottayam.

2.It is self- financing with an intake of 50 seats.

3.Admissions to the programme are done as per the norms of the affiliating university and the NCTE.

4.The institution offers a wide spectrum of optional subjects in M.Ed Programme like

  • English Education,
  • Malayalam Education,
  • Mathematics Education,
  • Science Education and
  • Social Science Education.

5.The Curriculum Design of Two Year M.E.d. Programme is in tune with the guidelines of NCFTE (2009), NCERT (2014),and NCERT.

6.The prospective Teacher Educator get’s the opportunity to excel in the field of education with multiple skills.

7.It prepares the individual to introspect into the nature of educational problems and generate diversified knowledge with dynamic educational plans and policies.

7.Institution offers the programme that is grounded in research, continuous assessment of learning, and evolve teacher educands as full-fledged teacher educators..

Programme Outcomes(PO)Of M.Ed(Master Of Education) Programme

The two year M.Ed programme in St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women, Ernakulam prepares the individual to introspect into the nature of educational problems and generate diversified knowledge with dynamic educational plans and policies. On successful completion of M.Ed programme the prospective Teacher Educator will excel in the field of education with multiple skills. They shall be dedicated and motivated towards continuous learning with a clear vision and mission. The teacher educands will also reflect the following:

PO1- Contextual Competencies—the student teachers will have a wider view of the development of education in society and teachers’ role in it .

PO2 Conceptual Competencies— teacher educands will have an understanding of concepts of psychological, and sociological aspects of education.

PO3- Curricular and Content Competencies—the teacher educandswill have the necessary Knowledge, skills and strategies to engage and interact with the content related to elementary,secondary and higher Secondary stageof teacher education in meaningful, flexible and criticalways.

PO4- Transactional Competencies— the student teachers will be able to effectively and meaningfully transact the content integrating values, to the students .

PO5 -Competencies in Other Educational Activities— the teacher educands will be capable of planning and organizing morning assembly, seminars, webinars, excursions, fieldtrips, observance of important days and events, responding to social issues etc.

PO6- Competencies Relatedto Teaching-Learning Materials—the teachereducands will develop Teaching-Learning materials,question banks, online learning materials and useavailable ICTresources for meaningful learning of content.

PO7- Evaluation Competencies—the teacher educands will be able to select, construct,and standardize as well as establish reliability and validity ofappropriate evaluation(research)tools- psychological tests, achievement tests, diagnostic tests, attitude scale etc. Other than these teacher educands will be able to construct, validate and use research/evaluation tools such as, check list, rating scale, questionnaire, inventory, sociogram, rubrics, e-tools etc. And analyse the gathered data statistically, finding the results and provide feedback.

PO8- Management Competencies— the student teachers with their skills for effective communication and interpersonal interactions will influence student behavior to create an environment conducive to learning by keeping students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on-task, and academically productive.

PO9.Advocates of nature-The teacher educands will be stewards of nature.

PO10.Social Resilience- The teacher educands will understand about social entities and tolerate, absorb and cope up with adverse conditions of life by leading a life imbued in faith.

PO11.Research related competencies- Teacher educands will be experienced with research related competencies to independently develop dissertation and research work.

PO12.Competency for critical analysis- Teacher educands will have the ability tounderstand and critical perspective about specific areas of Education..

PO13-Competency in academic writing- Teacher educands will have necessary knowledge and skills in writing researcharticles following APA guidelinesfor educational journals.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO) OF M.ED PROGRAMME

The Two Year M.Ed. Degree Programme is designed to mould teacher educands at par with global standards. After successful completion of the M.Ed. Programme, it is expected that teacher educands will:

PSO1-gain insight and reflect on the concept and the statusof pre-service and in-service teacher education.

PSO2- be acquainted with the content, and organisation of pre-service teacher education curriculum, infrastructure and resources needed, and the issues and problems related to teacher preparation.

PSO3- examine the existing pre-service and in-service teacher education programmes from the view point of policy and its relevance to the demands of present day school realities.

PSO4- involve in various activities and processes of a teacher education institution, in order to gain an insight in to the multiple roles of a teacher educator and understand the organisational culture.

PSO5- develop competence in organisation and evaluation of various components of a pre-service and in-service teacher education programmes.

PSO6- design in-service teacher professional development program/activities based on the needs of teachers.

PSO7- critically examine the role and contribution of variousagencies and regulating bodies in enhancing the quality of teacher education.

PSO8- understand and appreciate the research perspective on various practices in teacher education.

PSO9- develop professional attitudes, values and interests needed to function as an effective teacher educator.

SEMESTER I

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 901: PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

On completion of this Course the teacher educandswill be able to:

CO1- gain understanding of the philosophical origin/basis of education and its applicationfor the enhancement of educational quality..

CO2- be exposed to the concepts of philosophical inquiry and use them as a basis to all their educational endeavours.

CO3- understand the reality of ultimate human concerns and the contributions of philosophy in providing a base to them and develop capabilities for conceptual analysis of various issues in the society from philosophicalperspective.

CO4- develop a philosophical outlook for their personal life situations and in the handling of the problems related to educational issues.CO5- become aware of the contributions of the important philosophical schools to the theory and practice of education.

CO6- realize the value basis of education, human rights problems and concerns of lifeand implement it at life situations.

Co7- get acquainted with the process of validating information in different disciplines and learn to use the knowledge as application toeducation.

Co8- get acquainted with the process of validating information in different disciplines and learn to use the knowledge as application toeducation.

Co9- analyse critically postulates and vision of great thinkers and their educational implications.

Co10- develop a deeper understanding of the major modern movements in educational philosophies in the West and in India.

CO11 – develop the capacity to do independent thinking and a deeper insight into the philosophical roots and educational problems.

CO12-get stimulated to have their own independent and consistent view-point of a philosophy which enable them to make effective decisions on educational problems or issues.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 902 : ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY – LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.explore basic psychological concepts and approaches of educational psychology and research process inpsychology.

CO2.understand the basic concepts, principles and theories of educationalpsychology.

CO3.understandtheimplicationsofpsychologicaltheoriesand principlesinlearningandinstruction.

CO4.critically evaluate the relevance of varioustheories.

CO5.develop scientific attitude and researchcompetency.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 903: INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION STUDIES

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. to develop understanding about education as a discipline and field of study.

CO2. to analyse education in the context of social phenomena and a social practice.

CO3. to appreciate education as a discipline in terms of the theoretical, practical and application elements.

CO4. to examine the vision of education in India reflected in the policies and programmes of government.

CO5. to critically examine the role of different regulatory and monitoring agencies of education at national, state and regional levels.

CO6. to comprehend the performance appraisal of higher education Institutions and to conduct the quality analysis in the institution.

CO7. to critically examine the pivotal issues of contemporary India and to prepare action plans.

CO8. to comprehend the educational ideas of seminal thinkers with respect to the vision and mission of education.

CO9. to critically evaluate the problems and prospects of international initiatives and national policies in the present context.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 904 : INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. to understand the meaning of research and its application in the field of education.

CO2. to understand the types and methods of educational research.

CO3. to develop the skill in selecting a relevant research problem.

CO4. to prepare a research proposal.

CO5. to develop the ability to critically analyse the research studies.

CO6. to develop the ability to formulate hypothesis.

CO7. to understand and use descriptive statistical techniques in education.

CO8. to apprehend the relevance of statistics in data analysis for educational research.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 905 : THEORETICAL BASES OF TEACHER EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. concept of development of teacher education

CO2. develop an understanding of the concept of Pre-service teacher education

CO3. understand the concept of pre-service teacher education.

CO4. comprehend the agencies for imparting pre-service education

CO5. understand curricular aspects of teacher education

CO6. comprehend the concept of In-service education

CO7. comprehend the agencies for imparting in-service education

CO8. understand the provisions for In-service education

SEMESTER II

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 906 : SOCIOLOGY, HISTORY AND POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. to develop understanding about education as a social processes.

CO2. to analyse education in the context of creating the humane society.

CO3. to appreciate the role of education in modernisation, social reconstruction and sustainable development.

CO4. to critically examine the role of education in protecting human rights and combating social evils.

CO5. to comprehend the educational vision of the Constitution of India.

CO6. to critically examine the pivotal social, political and economic issues of contemporary India.

CO7. to develop abilities to make comparisons between the pre-independent and post-independent India education.

CO8. to encounter the challenges of addictions, consumerism, superstitions, abuses, discriminations inequalities in the society.

CO9. to develop an insight and prepare action plans to tackle the contemporary issues in Indian education.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 907: ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY – INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.understand the basic concepts, principles and their theories related to individual differences.

CO2.understand the implications of theories of personality and intelligence.

CO3.evaluate the relevance of various theories.

CO4.develop scientific attitude and research competency.

EDU 908: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSACTION

COMMON CORE COURSE

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:CO1. to understand the concepts of curriculum and its various determinantsCO2. to explore the process of curriculum developmentCO3. to analyse foundations of curriculum and different areas of curriculum.CO4. to check for the theoretical background of curriculum developmentCO5. to reflects on the models, approaches and issues in curriculum developmentCO6. to check for the critical evaluation on curriculum and curriculum developmentCO7. to make analysis on approaches to curriculum, influencing factors on the effectiveness of curriculum implementationCO8. to resolve the purpose of curriculum evaluation, evaluation of curriculum materials. CO9. to familiarize curriculum planning and organization – new trends, basis and steps in curriculum planningCO10. to understand how to select the materials and procedure for curriculum planning and organizationCO11. to understand the importance of values, individual capacities, economic growth, and problems in curriculum planning and organizationCO12. to understand curriculum transaction in relation to its requirements, material and process

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 909: ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.develop the ability to select appropriate design for a researchstudy.

CO2.understand the meaning and techniques ofsampling.

CO3.understandthecharacteristicsanduseofdifferenttoolsand techniquesfordatacollection.

CO4.develop the skill in selecting appropriate inferential statistics in educationalresearch.

CO5.understand normal probability distribution and itsuses.

CO6.develop skill in analysing and interpreting the data collected for educationalresearch.

CO7.draw generalizations on the basis of a researchstudy..

CO8.acquaint with the preparation ofdissertation.

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 910 : ICT AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. to understand ICT and to apply it in the educational settings.

CO2. to acquire the skill of using computer lab and smart classrooms.

CO3. to familiarise various web tools for class rooms.

CO4. to provide an opportunity for perspective teachers to learn communication skills and practice them in real settings.

CO5. to acquaint with relevant writing skills.

CO6. to understand the way of academic writing. 7. to acquaint with different skills for self development.

SEMESTER III

COMMON CORE COURSE

EDU 911: TEACHING, RESEARCH, INNOVATIONS AND ISSUES IN TEACHER EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. the existing teacher education system

CO2. national and State level policies on teacher education

CO3. management of teacher education

CO4. professional ethics and accountability of teacher educators

CO5. emerging trends in research in teacher education

CO6. problems, issues, and challenges in teacher education

CO7. quality assurance in teacher education.

SPECIALISATION COURSE

EDU 912: CONTEXT AND ISSUES OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.develop an understanding about elementary education and its alliedconcepts.

CO2. analyse the feeder programmes of elementary education in the context ofIndia.

CO3.examine the history, vision and development of elementary education in pre-independent and post-independentIndia.

CO4.critically examine the role of different regulatory and monitoring agencies of education at national, state and regionallevels.

CO5.comprehend the institutions, structures and initiatives for elementary education inIndia.

CO6.critically examine the pivotal issues of contemporary India with respect to elementary education and to prepare actionplans.

CO7.comprehend the curriculum and evaluation in elementary education.

CO8.critically evaluate the international trends, national initiatives and national policies in elementary education in the presentcontext.

EDU 913.2: EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.reflect upon the various forms of electronic and digital technology that can be employed in the teaching-learningprocess.

CO2.understandthe meaning,naturescopeand significanceofEducationalTechnologyandits important components in terms of hardware and software.

CO3.distinguish between communication and instruction.

CO4.get acquainted with modern instructionalpractices.

CO5.acquire proficiency in effective utilization ofeducation.

CO6.device appropriate ICT oriented assessment tools in the evaluation of learning in the educationalprocess.

CO7.develop learning packages based on Audio Visual Technology.

CO8.apply the principles of systems approach in teacher education, in classroom communication and in FIACS andVICS.

CO9. to understand basic theories of communication techniques in educational settings.

CO10. to analyze future trends in media and technology.

EDU 914.1: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.develop comprehensive concept about the scope and importance of environmental education.

CO2.acquaint with environmental issues andproblems.

CO3.be aware of the recent environmental hazards and the plan of action to overcome this in a broadperspective.

CO4.provide training in IT enabled strategies for imparting environmentaleducation.

CO5.carry out research projects for improving environmental quality and sustainable development.

CO6.conduct awareness program and develop an action plan for the public about sustainable development.

CO7.lead a nature friendly life and promote green living in the society.

CO8.develop an attitude to conserve the nature and natural resources.

SEMESTER IV

SPECIALISATION COURSE

EDU 916: CONTEXT AND ISSUES OF SECONDARY & SENIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.develop understanding about conceptual perspectives of secondary and senior secondary education.

CO2.examinethehistory,visionanddevelopmentof secondaryandseniorsecondaryeducation in the post- independentIndia.

CO3.critically examine the role of different regulatory and monitoring agencies of education at national, state and regionallevels.

CO4.comprehend the institutions, structures, and initiatives for secondary and seniorsecondary in India.

CO5.critically examine the issues of contemporary India with respect to secondary and senior secondary education and to prepare actionplans.

CO6. comprehend the curriculum and evaluation in secondary and senior secondaryeducation.

CO7.criticallyevaluatetheinternationaltrendsinsecondary andseniorsecondaryeducationand the national initiatives and policies in the presentcontext.

CO8.analyse the impact of quality enhancement programmes and initiatives at secondary and senior secondary levels and ICT implementation, teacher training and mediainfluence.

EDU 917.1: ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION – ENGLISH

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. gain an understanding of the nature of the language

CO2. become familiar with the linguistic, psychological and social processes underlying learning of language.

CO3. get an awareness about the various aspects and dimensions of teaching English as a Second Language in the schools and colleges in Kerala.

CO4. identify the theories of language acquisition.

CO5. Get an awareness about different approaches, methods and strategies for English language teaching.

CO6. internalize various sk8ills involved in teaching English.

CO7. apply the acquired skills in actual classroom situations.

CO8. understand the technique the teaching language and literature.

CO9. get an idea of the various traditional and technological various resources.

CO10. examine the various aspect related to assessment and evaluation.

CO11. survey the various accepts related to teacher empowerment. CO12. examine the various areas of research in language education. 13. gain an understanding of the nature, functions and implications of planning for teaching language.

EDU 917.6 : ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. appreciate the abstract nature of mathematics

CO2. distinguish between the roles of Pure and Applied Mathematician

CO3. develop the skill of solving real –life problems through mathematical modeling as an art

CO4. develop the skill of using various methods of teaching Mathematics

CO5. develop the an awareness towards the structure of Mathematics

CO6. develop the skill of constructing test items

CO7. adopt different strategies of evaluation

CO8. highlight the significance of Mathematics Laboratory & Mathematics Club

CO9. develop the skills required for Action Research in Mathematics

CO10. develops positive attitude towards profession

CO11. explores avenues of professional growth

EDU 917.7: ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF SCIENCE EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. understand the features of Science Education

CO2. explore the areas of paradigm shift in Science Education

CO3. describe various modes of curriculum development

CO4. explain various considerations for curriculum development

CO5. describe various guiding principles for selection and organisation of learning experiences.

CO6. discuss various issues in curriculum development

CO7. develop the skills needed for designing the science curriculum and for developing support materials for curriculum transaction

CO8. understand the need to evaluate curricula and evaluate the same on the basis of different validities;

CO9. know about and critically study innovative curricular efforts in India and abroad;

CO10. understand diversity of instructional materials, their role and the need for contextualization in science education;

CO11. appreciate the role of co-curricular activities in science education;

CO 12. understand the Constructivist approach to science instruction;

CO13. understand the role of assessment in the teaching –learning process in science;

CO14. familiarize with new, innovative trends in assessment;

CO15. analyze the issues in Science education pertaining to equity and access, gender, special groups and ethical aspects.

CO16. develop understanding of the process of In-service education,

CO17. use various methods and techniques for the identification of training needs,

CO18. use various techniques for the evaluation of In-service teacher education programmes,

CO19. reflect on issues, concerns and problems of teacher in- service education,

CO20. appreciate the use of ICT for the professional development of teachers.

CO21. appreciating the need for promoting inclusive practice and understanding the roles and responsibilities of all concerned,

CO22. preparing a conducive teaching learning environment in varied school settings,

CO23. identify and utilize existing resources for promoting inclusive practice

CO24. understand the research findings in science education for improving practices related to Science Education

EDU 917.8 : ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAOGICAL PRACTICES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to

CO1.develop an understanding of the meaning, nature, theoretical imperatives and componential convergence of the concept of social science in relation with education and curriculum.

CO2.understand the aims and objectives of teaching social science in the relevance of knowledge of objectives in formulating appropriate methodology ofteaching.

CO3.understand the principles and techniques of organization of social sciencecurriculum.

CO4.understand the nature and importance of inter- disciplinary approaches to teaching social science.

CO5.understand the psychological considerations of social scienceinstruction.

CO6.use modern instructional strategies and models in the teaching and learning of social science.

C07.understand the nature, scope and use of technology in Social Scienceeducation.

CO8.identifythevariousresourcesforlearningsocial scienceandusedifferentmedia,materials and resources for teaching SocialScience.

CO9.develop competence to construct and administer appropriate assessment tools of evaluation and interpretresults.

CO10.identify priority areas of research and experimentation in Social Scienceeducation.

CO11.develop competencies through practical experiences to become an effective teacher educator in socialscience.

Programme Outcomes(PO)Of M.Ed(Master Of Education) Programme

The two year M.Ed programme in St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women, Ernakulam prepares the individual to introspect into the nature of educational problems and generate diversified knowledge with dynamic educational plans and policies. On successful completion of M.Ed programme the prospective Teacher Educator will excel in the field of education with multiple skills. They shall be dedicated and motivated towards continuous learning with a clear vision and mission. The teacher educands will also reflect the following:

PO1- Contextual Competencies—the teacher educands will have a wider view of thedevelopment of education in society, and teachers’ role in it as well as teacher education.

Conceptual Competencies— teacher educandswill have an understanding of concepts of psychological, and sociological aspects of education.

PO3- Curricular and Content Competencies—the teachereducandswill have the necessary Knowledge, skills and strategies to engage and interact with the content related to elementary,secondary and higher Secondary stageof teacher education in meaningful, flexible and criticalways.

PO4- Transactional Competencies— the teacher educandswillbe able to effectively and meaningfully transact the content integrating values, to the student teachers.

PO5 -Competencies in Other Educational Activities— the student teachers will be capable of planning and organizing morning assembly, arts day, sports day, seminars, webinars, club activities, exhibitions, excursions, fieldtrips, camp, observance of important days and events, responding to social issues etc.

PO6- Competencies Related to Teaching Learning Materials— the student teachers will develop Teaching-Learning materials, models charts, work books, programmed learning materials, improvised aids, e-books, online learning materials and use available ICT resources for meaningful learning of content. ST JOSEPH COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION FOR WOMEN, ERNAKULAM

PO7- Evaluation Competencies—the student teachers will be able to prepare, select and use appropriate evaluation tools- psychological tests, achievement tests, diagnostic tests etc. and analyse the test results and provide feedback.

PO8- Management Competencies— the teacher educandswith their skills for effective communication and interpersonal interactions will influence primary and secondary student teachers’ behavior to create an environment conducive to learning by keeping student teachers organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on-task, and academically as well as professionally productive.

PO9.Advocates of nature-The teacher educandswill be stewards of nature.

PO10.Social Resilience – The teacher educandswillunderstand about social entities and tolerate, absorb and cope up with adverse conditions of life by leading a life imbued in faith.

PO11.Research related competencies- Teacher educandswill experienced with research related competencies to independently develop dissertation and research work.

PO12.Competency for critical analysis- Teacher educands have the ability tounderstand and critical perspective about specific areas of Education.

PO13-Competency in academic writing- Teacher educandswill have necessary knowledge and skills in writing researcharticles following APA guidelinesfor educational journals.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO) Of M.Ed Programme

The Two Year M.Ed. Degree Programme is designed to mould teacher educands at par with global standards. After successful completion of the M.Ed. Programme, it is expected that teacher educands will:

PSO1-Have crystal clear knowledge about the pedagogical sciences.

PSO2-Attain sound foundations of the multi-dimensional bases of teacher education.

PSO3-Be equipped with innovative talents in the art and science of teaching.

PSO4-Acquire specific skills related to lifelong learning, teaching, and research.

PSO5-Be fortified with abilities to transact soft skills and life skills in professional life.

PSO6-Be conversant with up-to-date information in the discipline of education.

PSO7-Harness ICT and technological developments for educational practice, professional empowerment and constructivelife.

PSO8- Be groomed as professionals in teacher education, as specialized personnel/leaders in different walks of life, and as social engineers.

PSO9-Be inspired to broaden their horizons and nurture social responsibility.

SEMESTER I

CORE COURSES

ED010101 – ADVANCED PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1. gain understanding of the philosophical origin/basis of education and itsapplicationfor the enhancement of educationalquality.

CO2.be exposed to the concepts of philosophical inquiry and use them as a basis to alltheir educational endeavours.

CO3.understand the reality of ultimate human concerns and the contributions of philosophy in providing a base to them and develop capabilities for conceptual analysis of various issues in the society from philosophicalperspective.

CO4.develop a philosophical outlook for their personal life situations and in the handling of the problems related to educationalissues.CO5.become aware of the contributions of the important philosophical schools to thetheory and practice of education.

CO6.realize the value basis of education, human rights problems and concerns of lifeand implement it at life situations.

CO7.get acquainted with the process of validating information in different disciplinesand learn to use the knowledge as application toeducation.

CO8.get acquainted with the major Philosophical systems/schools and use them torecognize issues that need understanding from ethical, epistemic, aesthetic and political perspectives and their implications for education.

CO9.analyse critically postulates and vision of great thinkers and theireducational implications.

CO10.develop a deeper understanding of the major modern movements ineducational philosophies in the West and inIndia..

CO11.develop the capacity to do independent thinking and a deeper insight intothe philosophical roots and educationalproblems.

CO12.get stimulated to have their own independent and consistent view-point of a philosophy which enable them to make effective decisions on educational problems orissues.

ED010102 – ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.explore basic psychological concepts and approaches of educational psychology and research process inpsychology.

CO2.understand the basic concepts, principles and theories of educationalpsychology.

CO3.understandtheimplicationsofpsychologicaltheoriesand principlesinlearningandinstruction.

CO4.critically evaluate the relevance of varioustheories.

CO5.develop scientific attitude and researchcompetency.

ED010103 – INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.understand the meaning of research and its application in the field ofeducation.

CO2.understand the types and methods of educationalresearch.

CO3.develop the skill in selecting a relevant researchproblem.

CO4. prepare a researchproposal.

CO5- know the recent innovations and future perspectives of Educational Technology.

CO6.develop the ability to formulatehypothesis.

CO7.understand and use descriptive statistical techniques in education.

ED010104 – TRENDS, ISSUES, INNOVATIONS ANDRESEARCH IN TEACHEREDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.understand the concept of development of teacher education.

CO2.understand the concept of pre-service teachereducation

CO3.comprehend the agencies for imparting pre-service

CO4.understand curricular aspects of teachereducation

CO5.comprehend the concept of In-serviceeducation

CO6.comprehend the agencies for imparting in-service education

CO7.understand the trends of research in teachereducation

ED010105 – ICT AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to:

CO1.understand ICT and to apply it in the educationalsettings.

CO2.acquire the skill of using computer lab and smart classrooms.

CO3.familiarise various web tools for classrooms.

CO4.provideanopportunityforprospectiveteacherstolearn communicationskillsandpracticethem in realsettings.

CO5. acquaint with relevant writingskills.

CO6.understand the way of academicwriting.

CO7.acquaint with different skills forself-development.

SEMESTER II

COMMON CORE COURSE

ED010201 – PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION STUDIES

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to

CO1.develop understanding about education as a discipline and field ofstudy.

CO2.analyse education in the context of social phenomena and socialpractice.

CO3.appreciate education as a discipline in terms of the theoretical, practical and application elements.

CO4.examine the vision of education in India reflected in the policies and programmes of government.

CO5.comprehend the performance appraisal of higher education institutions and the conductof quality analysis in educationalinstitutions.

CO6.critically examine the pivotal issues of contemporary India and to prepare actionplans.

CO7.comprehend the educational ideas of seminal thinkers with respect to the vision and mission ofeducation.

CO8.critically evaluate the problems and prospects of international initiatives and national policies in the presentcontext.

ED010202 – HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to

CO1.develop understanding about education as a socialprocess.

CO2.analyse education in the context of creating a humane society.

CO3.appreciate the role of education in modernisation, social reconstruction and sustainable development.

CO4.critically examine the role of education in protecting human rights and combating social evils.

CO5.Ccomprehend the educational vision of the Constitution of India.

CO6.critically examine the pivotal social, political and economic issues of contemporaryIndia.

CO7.develop abilities to make comparisons between the pre- independent and post-independent Indianeducation.

CO8.encounter the challenges of addictions, consumerism, superstitions, abuses,discriminations and inequalities insociety.

CO9.develop an insight and prepare action plans to tackle the contemporary issues in Indian education.

ED010203 – ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.understand the basic concepts, principles and their theories related to individual differences.

CO2.understand the implications of theories of personality and intelligence.

CO3.evaluate the relevance of various theories.

CO4.develop scientific attitude and research competency.

ED010204 – ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.develop the ability to select appropriate design for a researchstudy.

CO2.understand the meaning and techniques ofsampling.

CO3.understandthecharacteristicsanduseofdifferenttoolsand techniquesfordatacollection.

CO4.develop the skill in selecting appropriate inferential statistics in educationalresearch.

CO5.understand normal probability distribution and itsuses.

CO6.develop skill in analysing and interpreting the data collected for educationalresearch.

CO7.draw generalizations on the basis of a researchstudy.

CO8.acquaint with the preparation ofdissertation.

SPECIALISATION CORE COURSE

ED010205 – CONTEXT AND ISSUES OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.develop an understanding about elementary education and its alliedconcepts.

CO2. analyse the feeder programmes of elementary education in the context ofIndia.

CO3.examine the history, vision and development of elementary education in pre-independent and post-independentIndia.

CO4.critically examine the role of different regulatory and monitoring agencies of education at national, state and regionallevels.

CO5.comprehend the institutions, structures and initiatives for elementary education inIndia.

CO6.critically examine the pivotal issues of contemporary India with respect to elementary education and to prepare actionplans.

CO7.comprehend the curriculum and evaluation in elementary education.

CO8.critically evaluate the international trends, national initiatives and national policies in elementary education in the presentcontext.

SEMESTER III

SPECIALISATION ELECTIVE COURSE

ED800301 – EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1. familiarize the student with theoretical background of educationalevaluation.

CO2.make students aware about the various functions of evaluation.

CO3.help the students to understand the different models of evaluation.

CO4.make students familiar with tools and techniques of evaluation.

CO5.enable students to prepare quality testitems.

CO6.developcompetenceinconstructionandstandardizationof variousmeasuringinstruments.

CO7. nurture the skill in interpretation of data and testresults.

CO8.make the future educators aware about major innovations in educational testing and evaluation.

ED810301 – ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

CO1. familiarize the student with theoretical background of educationalevaluation.

CO1.develop comprehensive concept about the scope and importance of environmental education.

CO2.acquaint with environmental issues andproblems.

CO3.be aware of the recent environmental hazards and the plan of action to overcome this in a broadperspective.

CO4.provide training in IT enabled strategies for imparting environmentaleducation.

CO5.carry out research projects for improving environmental quality and sustainable development.

CO6.conduct awareness program and develop an action plan for the public about sustainable development.

CO7.lead a nature friendly life and promote green living in the society.

CO8.develop an attitude to conserve the nature and natural resources.

SEMESTER IV

COMMON CORE COURSE

ED010401 – CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSACTION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.understand the concept of curriculum and its various determinants explore the process of curriculumdevelopment

CO2.analyse foundations of curriculum and different areas of curriculum. check for the theoretical background of curriculumdevelopment

CO3.reflects on the models, approaches and issues in curriculum development check for the critical evaluation on curriculum and curriculumdevelopment

CO4.analyseonapproachestocurriculum,influencing factorsontheeffectivenessofcurriculum implementation

CO5.resolve the purpose of curriculum evaluation and evaluation of curriculummaterials.

CO6. familiarize curriculum planning and organization – new trends in curriculum planning understand how to select the materials and procedure for curriculum planning and organization

CO7.understandtheimportanceofvalues,individual capacities,economicgrowth,andproblems in curriculum planning andorganization

CO8.understand curriculum transaction in relation to its requirements, material andprocess

SPECIALISATION CORECOURSE

ED010402 – CONTEXT AND ISSUES OF SECONDARYAND SENIOR SECONDARYEDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.develop understanding about conceptual perspectives of secondary and senior secondary education.

CO2.examinethehistory,visionanddevelopmentof secondaryandseniorsecondaryeducation in the post- independentIndia.

CO3.critically examine the role of different regulatory and monitoring agencies of education at national, state and regionallevels.

CO4.comprehend the institutions, structures, and initiatives for secondary and seniorsecondary in India.

CO5.critically examine the issues of contemporary India with respect to secondary and senior secondary education and to prepare actionplans.

CO6. comprehend the curriculum and evaluation in secondary and senior secondaryeducation.

CO7.criticallyevaluatetheinternationaltrendsinsecondary andseniorsecondaryeducationand the national initiatives and policies in the presentcontext.

CO8.analyse the impact of quality enhancement programmes and initiatives at secondary and senior secondary levels and ICT implementation, teacher training and mediainfluence.

ED820401 – ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION – ENGLISH

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.understand the key ideologies in learning and teaching a language.

CO2.attain the skills of curriculum design and construction in languagelearning.

CO3. understand the psychology of languagelearning.

CO4.gain acquaintance with the modern languagepedagogy.

CO5. gainacquaintancewiththelatesttrendsinassessmentand evaluationoflanguagelearning.

CO6.be able to design and construct online and offlinetests.

CO7.gain acquaintance with the digital resources in language education.

CO8.develop researchattitude.

CO9.realise the need and importance of Continuing Professional Development.

ED820406 – ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.understand the key ideologies in learning and teaching Mathematics.

CO2. attain the skills of curriculum design and construction in Mathematicslearning.

CO3.understand the Psychology of Mathematicslearning.

CO4.gain acquaintance with the modern Mathematicspedagogy.

CO5. gain acquaintance with the latest trends in assessment and evaluation of Mathematics learning.

CO6.gain acquaintance with the digital resources in MathematicsEducation.

CO7.develop researchattitude.

CO8.develop positive attitude towards theprofession.

CO9.realise the need and importance of Continuing Professional Development.

CO10.explore avenues of ProfessionalGrowth.

ED820407 – ADVANCED METHODOLOY AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES OF SCIENCE EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1. understand the features of ScienceEducation.

CO2.explain various considerations for curriculumdevelopment.

CO3.describe various guiding principles for selection and organisation of learningexperiences.

CO4.discuss various issues in curriculumdevelopment.

CO5. develop the skills needed for designing the science curriculum and for developingsupport materials for curriculumtransaction.

CO6.understand the need to evaluate curricula and evaluate the same on the basis of different validities.

CO7.know about and critically analyse innovative curricular efforts in India andabroad.

CO8. understand the diversity of instructional materials, their role, and the need for contextualization in scienceeducation.

CO9.appreciate the role of co-curricular activities in science education.

CO10.understand the Constructivist approach to science instruction.

CO11.understand the role of assessment in the teaching- learning process inscience.

CO12.familiarize with new, innovative trends inassessment.

CO13.analyze the issues in Science education pertaining to equity and access, gender, special groups and ethicalaspects.

CO14.develop understanding of the process of In-service education.

CO15.use various methods and techniques for the identification of trainingneeds.

CO16.use various techniques for the evaluation of In-service teacher educationprogrammes.

CO17. reflect on issues, concerns and problems of teacher in- serviceeducation.

CO18.appreciate the use of ICT for the professional development ofteachers.

CO19.appreciate the need for promoting inclusive practice and understanding the roles and responsibilities of allconcerned.

CO20.prepare a conducive teaching learning environment in varied schoolsettings.

CO21.identify and utilize existing resources for promoting inclusivepractice.

CO22. understand the research findings in science education for improving practices related to Science Education.

ED820408 – ADVANCED METHODOLOGY AND PEDAGOGICAL P RACTICES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION

On completion of the course, the student teacher would be able to :-

CO1.develop an understanding of the meaning, nature, theoretical imperatives and componential convergence of the concept of social science in relation with education and curriculum.

CO2.understand the aims and objectives of teaching social science in the relevance of knowledge of objectives in formulating appropriate methodology ofteaching.

CO3.understand the principles and techniques of organization of social sciencecurriculum.

CO4.understand the nature and importance of inter- disciplinary approaches to teaching social science.

CO5.understand the psychological considerations of social scienceinstruction.

CO6.use modern instructional strategies and models in the teaching and learning of social science.

C07.understand the nature, scope and use of technology in Social Scienceeducation.

CO8.identifythevariousresourcesforlearningsocial scienceandusedifferentmedia,materials and resources for teaching SocialScience.

CO9.develop competence to construct and administer appropriate assessment tools of evaluation and interpretresults.

CO10.identify priority areas of research and experimentation in SocialScience education.

CO11.develop competencies through practical experiences to become an effective teacher educator in socialscience.