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ETHNO-PEDAGOGY

ETHNO-PEDAGOGY

EDUCATION OF TRIBES, TEACHERS' TRAINING AND JUXTAPOSITION OF STATUS

RAJARSHI ROY (ED.)

Year : 2007

Bibliography : xii+251pp, 2009 imp.

ISBN : 8175413182(HB), Price : $49.50 Add To Cart

ISBN : 9788175413191(PB), Price : $16.00Add To Cart

About the Book

The book is an interesting and a serious attempt to explore the problem of tribal-education in India. It attempts to juxtapose two different and too different well-defined and recognized dimensions of education viz. Teacher Education and Tribal Education within a common frame.
The volume is based on an axiom evolved way back to 1971 which holds that tribal education is best possible and can be a successful venture provided the tribe students be taught by the teachers from their own denomination. Fact reveals status of tribe teachers in Indian scenario is till unknown. An attempt to conglomerate achieved status and ascribed status of tribe teachers through ethno-pedagogic model is observed in the volume which may appear somewhat uncommon to the reader. The work recognizes the need to integrate anthropology especially the social-anthropology with that of education for better achievement of educational goals as emitted by a welfare nation-state like ours.
A thorough survey of tribal education scenario in the country is made analyzed the problems rigorously critically reviewed the recommendations of the various commissions and committees on the subject and finally enumerated the results of field based study.

About Author

Dr. Rajarshi Roy (b.1972) is Assistant Professor in National Institute of Technical Teacher Training and Research [NITTTR] Kolkata. He also served as a member of faculty in the P.G. Department of Education in a central university in Northeast India.
Being a postgraduate in Sociology and Education his area of interest is zoomed over social anthropology of education. He aims to explore the developmental strategies of vulnerable groups and is much focused over indigenous technology for their life improvement.
Dr. Roy has to his credit more than three dozens of papers in various national and international journals of repute. He was also associated to the Department of Continuing Education and presently associated with Curriculum Development Center of his present Institute.

Contents

Preface
Introduction
PART I
Tribe Teacher and Education
Education of the Tribes: A Glimpse
Educational Research: An Anthropological Approach
Research Trends in Tribal Education
Method to Study the Teachers from Tribal Denomination
PART II
Status of Tribe Teachers
Empirical Observations
Profession Experience and Job Satisfaction
Education Training and Constraints
Linguistic Religions and Family Status
Economic Status
Socio Political Status
Perception Towards Changing Cultural Pattern
Association among Status Components
Problems Faced by Tribe Teachers
PART III
Psychography of Tribe Teachers
Status of Tribe Teachers: The Socio-Economic Dimension
Psychographic Status of Tribe Teachers:
The Attitudinal Dimension
Comparative Status of Tribe Teachers in Terms of Level
of Creativity
PART IV
Post Script

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