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  • 1.
    • Mahatma Gandhi(1869-1948)
    Contributions of Mahatma Gandhi to Educational Theory and Practice
  • 2.
    • Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbander, a small town on the western coast of India.
    • His father's name was Karamchand Gandhi. His mother's name was Putlibai .
    • He never ate non-vegetarian food because once when he ate mutton he felt like a real goat was bleating in his stomach.
    • He completed his high school in India .He studied in a college called Salmdas at Bhavnagar.
  • 3. CONT… ..
    • His father died in 1888.Then in 1888 he sailed from Bombay to England to study law.
    • He became a lawyer.
    • He went to south Africa to file a case . Out there he was ill-treated by the British . So he fought for the South Africans . When he came to India he fought for the Indians.
    • He told his people not to buy things made in foreign countries . He told them to buy things which were made in our country
  • 4. Gandhi’s Philosophy of Life of life
    • His belief in God.
    • Sense of Human Unity.
    • Truth.
    • Non-Violence(Ahinsa).
    • Love.
    • His belief in God.
  • 5. CONTI…..
    • Brotherhood of Man.
    • Satyagraha.
    • Service unto Humanity.
    • Spiritual Nature of individual.
    • Fearlessness
  • 6. Gandhi’s Educational Philosophy
    • Meaning of Education
    • Education is development
    • Education is not literacy
  • 7. Aims of Education
    • A) Immediate Aims
    • a)Vocational Aim:
    • b)Cultural Aims:
    • c) Character Aims:
    • d)Prefect Development Aim:
    • e) Dignity of Lab our:
    • f)Training for Leadership:
    • g) Individual and Social Aims
    • B) Ultimate Aims
    • a) Spiritual Development:
  • 8. Curriculum
  • 9. Methods of Teaching
  • 10. DISCIPLINE Discipline of mind ,thought and action Self Discipline Social Discipline
  • 11. Teacher
    • Dedication
    • Ready to serve the masses
    • Well Trained
    • Proficient
    • Men of Knowledge
    • Enthusiasm
    • Faith and Commitment in teaching