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PEDAGOGY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

PEDAGOGY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

PANKAJ ARORA

Year : 2018

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xiv+150 pp

ISBN : 9789386262660(HB), Price : $75.00 Add To Cart

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About the Book

Children should be encouraged and given the space to make connections between what they learn inside as well as outside the school. Their experiences outside the school also help in honing their capacities, learning abilities, and expanding their knowledge base which further enhances the learning process.

Political Science is a significant subject, which gives opportunity to the students to relate nation’s political system with that of what is written in theory. It enables them to become more active and responsible citizens. As we live in a diverse society, teaching-learning of Political Science helps students to understand that equality is a value and a right. It provides the opportunity to build in the students a critical and informed way of looking at their contemporary world.

If, what the teacher teaches is completely divorced from the learner’s socio- cultural context then the learner is not able to relate with what is being taught and is thereby not able to understand properly. Learners recognize meanings from their socio cultural contexts, develop attitudes, begin to understand and interpret phenomena in their own ways,based on personal experiences.

About Author

Dr. Pankaj Arora, Associate Professor, has been serving in the Department of Education [CIE], University of Delhi for 20 years now. Dr. Arora hasauthored numerous articles and presented research papers in various national and international conferences. He has to his credit three books—Sex Education in schools published in English, Hindi & Gujarati; Profiling the need of Sex and Safety Education: A Special case of working children;and Democratic Classroom: Need, Significance and Implications for Social Science.

His areas of specialization include Pedagogy of Political Science, Adolescence Education, Social Science Education, Education,Youth and Democracy, Citizenship Education.


Contents

Foreword

Preface

1. Exploring the Science of Society

Social Science under the Influence of Natural Science

Origin and Growth of Social Science

How Scientific the Social Science is?

Social Science in 20th Century

Behaviorism and Social Sciences

Social Sciences in India

2. Political Science as a Discipline of Knowledge

Meaning and Nature of Political Science

Science or Art

What is the true scope of Political Science?

New Meaning of Political Science

Interdisciplinary Nature of Political Science

Relationship of Political Science with other Social Science Subjects

Integrated Approach to Teach Political Science

Aims and Objectives of Teaching Political Science at Secondary/ Senior Secondary School Level in India

Objectives of Teaching various Streams of Political Science

Evolution and Growth of Political Science

Growth of Political Science in India

Political Science as a School Subject

Students’ Understanding of the Subject of Political Science

3. Teaching-Learning Approaches and Methods in Political Science

 

Teaching Approaches of Teaching-Learning Political Science

Inductive Approach  Deductive Approach Constructivist Approach  Interdisciplinary Approach

 

Methods and Techniques of Teaching Political Science

Traditional Methods

Lecture Method  Story-telling Method Question-Answer Method  Textbook Method

Contemporary Methods of Teaching-learning Political Science

Discussion Method  Debate as a Method of Teaching Panel Discussion  Project Method Field Research, Visits to Institution of Government Bodies Problem Solving Method  Source Method Dramatization Method  Mass Media Method Case Study Method  Community Resources Comparative Method  Reflective Enquiry Report Writing  Observation Method  Empirical Method

Unit Plan and Lesson Plan

4. Political Science and Teacher Education

Teaching of Political Science

Growth of a Reflective Political Science Teacher

Preparation/Teacher Education of Political Science Teacher

Views of Teachers

5. Critical Pedagogy, Inclusive and Democratic Classroom for Political Science

Implications of Critical Pedagogy for Political Science

Indigenous/Red Pedagogy

Democratic Classroom Environment

Encouraging Positive Adolescent Growth

6. Evaluation and Assessment in Political Science

Meaning, Nature and Need of Evaluation

Techniques of Evaluation in Social Science — Political Science

Evaluation and Assessment

Formative Assessment  Summative Assessment

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)

Assessment Modes

Self-Assessment  Peer Assessment  Learners’ Profile Open Text book Assessment (OTBA)

Annexure 1

Bibliography

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