Qualitative Elementary Education: In the Context of MLL

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Qualitative Elementary Education: In the Context of MLL

  1. 1. Qualitative Elementary Education: In the Context of MLL Mr. Dori Lal Chaudhary Asstt.Professor, TT&NFE (IASE), Faculty of Education, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-25 E-Mail- dl.jamia@gmail.com
  2. 2. Minimum Level of Learning (MLL) • MLL's for primary level of education, applicable both in formal and non formal system of education. • MLL's on three subjects namely, Language(mother tongue), mathematics and environmental studies (science and social science). • MLL's for all the five classes of primary stage in order to ensure proper progression of competencies. • Learning competencies expected to be mastered by every child by the end of a particular class or stage of education.
  3. 3. Skills development in MLL • Reading & Writing • Fundamental Operation of Mathematics • Communication Skill • Life related Basic skills; Decision making, Problem solving, Discrimination power, Independent thinking,. • Attitude & Evaluation Skill for qualitative improvement of self and community life.
  4. 4. Features of MLL : 1.Achievability 80% or more students mastering 80% or more of the prescribed learning level. The goals may vary depending on the initial conditions of schools in different regions to start with. Later on by improving the inputs to the system all the schools should be brought to same level of achievement. This should result in reducing disparities and equalizing standards over entire country over shortest period of time. 2.Evaluability: Most of the states follow a no-detention or automatic promotion policy at the primary level. The MLL do not oppose to the idea in principle but this should not mean omission of an evaluation system. MLL defines clear cut goals in terms of learning abilities which should be mastered by all in each class. Achievement of these learning skills should be the criterion of evaluation.
  5. 5. Features of MLL (Contd.) 3.Learning continuum 4.Non-cognitive areas: MLL strongly recommends inclusion of subjects such as physical education, work experience, arts and crafts, music etc in the basic curriculum.
  6. 6. Resource Groups & Responsible Centers

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