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Mathematics is the study of patterns, numbers, and space, and is essential in many areas of science, technology, engineering, and business. It can be broadly defined as the study of quantities, structures, spaces, and changes. Some key aspects of mathematics outlined in the document are: - Mathematics follows a logical, systematic approach using principles like moving from specific examples to general patterns. - It is used in everyday activities like cooking, shopping, and finances, as well as in many academic subjects and careers. - Teaching mathematics develops important skills like reasoning, problem-solving, and critical thinking. - The values of teaching mathematics include intellectual, practical, vocational, and social benefits.

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Aims of teaching mathematics

This document discusses the need and significance of teaching mathematics. It outlines that mathematics is foundational to science and helps develop reasoning skills. The document then discusses the aims of teaching mathematics, including practical, social, disciplinary, and cultural aims. The practical aim is to develop basic math skills for everyday life. The social aim is to promote scientific knowledge and prepare students for technical careers. The disciplinary aim is to improve logical thinking and decision making. Finally, the cultural aim is to help students appreciate mathematics' role in history and develop broad-mindedness.

Mathematics : Meaning, Nature, and Definition

Mathematics is a science related to measurements, calculations, and discovering relationships. It reflects civilization and has its roots in ancient Vedic literature from India. Mathematics is defined as the result of human reasoning free from experiences and its accordance of truth by Einstein, and as a way to settle in mind a habit of reasoning by Locke. Mathematics is a science of discovery, an intuitive method, the art of drawing conclusions, a system of logical processes that deals with quantitative facts and relationships. It is important for its logical sequence, abstractness, applicability, precision, generalization, and as a path to independent thinking useful for everyone.

Western schools of philosophy

This document provides an overview of the philosophical school of idealism. It defines idealism as the belief that ideas or mind are the only true reality. The document outlines the key originators and forms of idealism in Western philosophy such as Plato, Socrates, Berkeley, Fichte, Hegel, and Kant. It discusses the metaphysical, epistemological, and axiological aspects of idealism and how it influences the aims, curriculum, methods, role of teachers and students, and implications for education. Idealism emphasizes spiritual development, intellectual enlightenment, and cultivating truth, goodness, and beauty in education.

Correlation in physical science

This document discusses the concept of correlation in education. It defines correlation as the relationship between different subjects in the curriculum. Correlation can be direct or reciprocal. There are three types of correlation: within a subject, between subjects, and between subjects and life/environment. Correlation between science and other subjects can be incidental or systematic. Incidental correlation occurs naturally through broad subject treatment, while systematic correlation requires careful curriculum organization and teacher cooperation. Examples are provided to illustrate incidental correlation in physics, chemistry, and biology lessons.

Nature ,Scope,Meaning and Definition of Mathematics pdf 4

Mathematics is an important subject that helps develop logical thinking and problem solving skills. It is the science of numbers, quantity, and space. Mathematics involves discovering relationships and expressing them symbolically through words, numbers, letters, diagrams, and graphs. While mathematics deals with abstract concepts that are precise and logical, it also has practical applications as a useful tool in many fields. Effective mathematics teaching focuses on developing students' intuition and ability to apply concepts to new situations through discovery learning and making connections between simple and complex ideas.

Meaning, Nature and Structure of Mathematics- Mathematics pedagogy

It includes etymology, definition, meaning, Nature, terminology,symbol and Structures of mathematics.

Values of teaching mathematics

This document outlines 5 types of values related to mathematics teaching: intellectual values which promote development through opportunities in mathematics; practical values which deal with relationships and daily activities; social values which involve using mathematics to maintain social and economic life; disciplinary values which build self-confidence and discipline through mathematical work; and cultural values where advances in mathematics led to cultural progress, as noted by Pythagoras relating mathematics to education.

Sankhya Philosophy_PPT.pptx

The document summarizes the theoretical aspects of the Sankhya philosophy and its implications for modern education. It discusses the key features of Sankhya philosophy, including its metaphysical beliefs in Prakriti and Purusa as the ultimate realities, and its views on epistemology and axiology. It then examines the educational implications, such as developing the innate potential of learners, a child-centered approach, and the importance of moral education. The ultimate aims of education according to Sankhya are seen as liberation, developing values and self-actualization. The document concludes that modern science, psychology and education can benefit from insights of Sankhya philosophy.

Pedagogy of Mathematics

Mathematics is defined as the science that deals with logic, quantity, and arrangement. It is described as both an abstract science of discovery and a practical tool. Mathematics can be divided into pure/basic mathematics, which focuses on theoretical principles without applications, and applied mathematics, which applies mathematical theories to real-world problems. Some key branches of pure mathematics include algebra, geometry, analysis, and modern mathematics involving set theory and topology. Applied mathematics informs fields like calculus, statistics, numerical analysis, optimization, automation, and information theory. The aims of teaching mathematics include developing problem-solving, reasoning, and foundation for further learning and careers, as well as cultivating habits of hard work, self-reliance, and a

Methods of teaching mathematics

The document discusses several teaching methods:
1. The inductive method proceeds from specific examples to generalizations. It involves presenting examples, making observations, and deriving general rules or formulas.
2. The deductive method proceeds from general rules to specific cases. The rule or formula is given first and then applied to solve problems.
3. The analytic method breaks down problems into known and unknown parts to derive solutions. It proceeds from unknown to known.
4. The synthetic method combines known elements to derive unknown parts. It proceeds from known to unknown.
5. The heuristic method emphasizes experimentation and discovery learning with the teacher as a facilitator rather than instructor. Students take an active role

Cultural & Aesthetic Values of Mathematics

This is a PPT showing the cultural and aesthetic values of mathematics . This is useful for B ed students

Existentialism

Meaning, Underlying assumptions in Existentialism, Aims of Education, Curriculum, Methods of Teaching, Discipline, Educational Implications, Contributions, Limitations

7 contributionsof indian mathematicians to mathematics

This document provides an overview of the history of mathematics, beginning with ancient Indian mathematicians like Aryabhata, Brahmagupta, Mahavira, and Varahamihira who made early contributions to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. It then discusses Greek mathematicians such as Euclid, Pythagoras, and Archimedes and their foundational work in geometry and number theory. The document highlights seminal European mathematicians like Euler, Gauss, Riemann, Hilbert and their advances in areas like analysis, algebra, geometry and topology. It concludes that the collective contributions of these mathematicians established the foundations of modern mathematics.

2. aims of mathematics

TNTEU - BEd New Syllabus - Semester 1 - BD1MA - Pedagogy of Mathematics - Unit I - Aims and Objectives of Teaching Mathematics - Aims of Mathematics

Harvard Project Physics Curriculum (HPP)

CONTENT OUTLINE
▰INTRODUCTION
▰MAIN OBJECTIVES
▰SALIENT FEATURES
▰MATERIAL’S PRODUCED
▰MERITS
▰DEMERITS
PHILOSOPHY BEHIND HPP
▰Physics is for everyone.
▰A coherent selection within physics is possible.
▰Doing physics goes beyond physics.
▰Individual require a flexible course.
▰A multimedia system simulates better learning.
▰The time has come to teach science as one of the humanities.
▰Physics course should be rewarding to take.
▰Physics course should be rewarding to teach.
COURSE OUTLINE OF HARVARD PROJECT PHYSICS
▰CONCEPTS OF MOTION
▰MOTION IN THE HEAVENS
▰THE TRIUMPH OF MECHANICS
▰LIGHT AND ELECTROMAGNETISM
▰MODELS OF THE ATOM
▰THE NUCLEUS
MATERIAL’S PRODUCED
▰Textbook (Project Physics Text)
▰Tests
▰Handbook
▰Students Guide
▰Brief film loops
▰Student laboratory manual
CONCLUSION
▰The Harvard Project Physics curriculum is a masterpiece. Although this
was created in the 1960's and mainly in use during the 1970’s.
▰The adaptability of the materials would allow teachers incorporate new
teaching idea while still using the framework of Project Physics.
▰With a great deal of hands on activities and a focus on literacy, the
curriculum would meet the goals set forth by most school districts today.
▰HPP is a course that altered how all future science curriculums would be
developed.

Nature of Mathematics and Pedagogical practices

I presented this paper in mathematics education and society conference 2019 (Jan 28 - Feb 2) at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India. Paper is available in the website of conference and the link given below.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331113612

Correlation of Mathematics with other subject

This document discusses the relationship between mathematics and other subjects. It begins by defining mathematics and correlation. It then explores how mathematics is connected to physical sciences, biological sciences, engineering, social sciences, language/literature, art/architecture, psychology, and astronomy. For each subject, it provides examples of how mathematical concepts, principles, equations, and tools are used. It concludes that mathematics forms the foundation and language for describing natural laws and phenomena across many disciplines.

Rakhi-Sawlani-B.Ed.-Action-Research.pptx

Action Research is done in the context of the classroom problems related to any aspect of classroom instruction, classroom method of teaching, classroom discipline, classroom management etc. whose solution is to be found out through Action Research.
In Action Research the emphasis is on getting solution of the problem.
Problem Solving Approach

Role and importance of language in science Teaching

In this ppt we will discuss about role and importance of language in Science and how language plays a crucial role in Science.

Textbook analysis: criteria and its application

Textbook analysis: criteria and its application,What is TLM ?,Meaning of Textbook,Need of
Textbook,Criteria,Physical Structure, General Content,Textual Structure,Virtual Content,Types of book,Digital book,Good Textbook

Aims of teaching mathematics

Aims of teaching mathematics

Mathematics : Meaning, Nature, and Definition

Mathematics : Meaning, Nature, and Definition

Western schools of philosophy

Western schools of philosophy

Correlation in physical science

Correlation in physical science

Nature ,Scope,Meaning and Definition of Mathematics pdf 4

Nature ,Scope,Meaning and Definition of Mathematics pdf 4

Meaning, Nature and Structure of Mathematics- Mathematics pedagogy

Meaning, Nature and Structure of Mathematics- Mathematics pedagogy

Values of teaching mathematics

Values of teaching mathematics

Sankhya Philosophy_PPT.pptx

Sankhya Philosophy_PPT.pptx

Pedagogy of Mathematics

Pedagogy of Mathematics

Methods of teaching mathematics

Methods of teaching mathematics

Cultural & Aesthetic Values of Mathematics

Cultural & Aesthetic Values of Mathematics

Existentialism

Existentialism

7 contributionsof indian mathematicians to mathematics

7 contributionsof indian mathematicians to mathematics

2. aims of mathematics

2. aims of mathematics

Harvard Project Physics Curriculum (HPP)

Harvard Project Physics Curriculum (HPP)

Nature of Mathematics and Pedagogical practices

Nature of Mathematics and Pedagogical practices

Correlation of Mathematics with other subject

Correlation of Mathematics with other subject

Rakhi-Sawlani-B.Ed.-Action-Research.pptx

Rakhi-Sawlani-B.Ed.-Action-Research.pptx

Role and importance of language in science Teaching

Role and importance of language in science Teaching

Textbook analysis: criteria and its application

Textbook analysis: criteria and its application

Values of learning mathematics & correlation of mathematics

Mathematics provides many valuable outcomes from learning. It has practical value for daily tasks like purchases, intellectual value by developing problem solving skills, and social value through encouraging cooperation. Mathematics also correlates with many other areas. It relates to other subjects like science, connects different math topics, and applies to various aspects of life from nature to technology. Overall, mathematics underlies much of our world and has wide-ranging benefits and interconnections.

Chapter 1 (part1)

This document provides information about a quantitative reasoning course. The course aims to help students gain a comprehensive understanding of mathematics and the ability to think critically and logically. It will cover topics like logical and quantitative thinking, arguments and reasoning, and the relationship between logic, science and mathematics. The course goals are to understand mathematics as a body of knowledge and a way of thinking, and to reason quantitatively on issues relevant to students and society. On completing the course, students should be able to analyze and evaluate arguments, understand mathematical concepts, and apply problem-solving skills to quantitative problems.

Research mathematics education new

Research in mathematics education primarily focuses on improving teaching and learning approaches in mathematics. The objectives of mathematics education research include teaching basic numeracy skills, practical mathematics applications, abstract concepts, problem solving strategies, and deductive reasoning. Continuing research is important to develop useful tools and concepts, train abstract thinking, and improve teacher understanding of how students learn. Current areas of focus include conceptual understanding, formative assessment, homework, helping struggling students, and algebraic reasoning. New areas of research thrusts relate to teacher education, using resources, language and communication, contextualized learning, reasoning skills, and integrating technology into mathematics instruction.

Instrumentation 1

The document discusses the development of teaching and learning mathematics globally and locally through history. It covers theories and principles of mathematics education like constructivism and cooperative learning. It also profiles various mathematicians and educators who contributed to advancing mathematics education, such as Euclid, Pólya, Freudenthal, and 10 famous Filipino mathematicians including Raymundo Favila, Bienvenido Nebres, and Jose Marasigan.

Ctetmathematicspadagogy 170822050112

The document discusses key topics in mathematics pedagogy for CTET exams, including:
- Defining pedagogy and mathematics.
- The nature of mathematics as both a science of discovery and logical processes.
- Guiding principles and vision for mathematics in the NCF-2005 curriculum.
- Strategies for teaching mathematics like written work, oral work, group work and homework.
- Reasons for keeping mathematics in school curriculums like its basis in other sciences and role in developing logical thinking.
- The language of mathematics including concepts, terminology, symbols and algorithms.
- Approaches like community mathematics and mathematical communication to engage students.

CTET Mathematics Pedagogy part -1

The document discusses key topics in mathematics pedagogy for CTET exams, including:
- Defining pedagogy and mathematics.
- The nature of mathematics as both a science of discovery and logical processes.
- Guiding principles and vision for mathematics in the NCF-2005 curriculum.
- Strategies for teaching mathematics like written work, oral work, group work and homework.
- Reasons for keeping mathematics in school curriculums like its basis in other sciences and role in developing logical thinking.
- The language of mathematics including concepts, terminology, symbols and algorithms.
- Approaches like community mathematics and mathematical communication to engage students.

Fundamental Numeracy....................

Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. It evolved from counting, calculation, measurement, and studying the shapes and motions of physical objects. Mathematics includes the study of numbers, structure, place, and change. It is useful for solving problems in everyday life, such as managing time and budgeting. The aims of teaching mathematics are to help students appreciate and understand how mathematics permeates the world, enjoy solving problems using mathematical reasoning and language, and be able to apply mathematics to analyze problems in school and real life.

Questioning the value of mathematics: Is mathematics harmful?

Questioning the Value of Mathematics
Is mathematics harmful? Can it be damaging to the human spirit? These may sound like strange and unprovoked questions. But let me explore these possibilities in the context of some of the acknowledged positive value of mathematics.
Mathematics is often claimed to have different types of value:
1. Extrinsic or social value because of all of its uses and applications in society, technology and other areas including the sciences;
2. Personal value because of its empowerment of individuals via their understanding and ability to use and apply mathematics, as well as enabling some to develop and express their creativity through mathematics;
3. Intrinsic value as a wonderful exploration of pure thought and ideas for its own sake.
But are these untrammelled goods? Does promoting these aspects of value lead to solely beneficial outcomes? What are the actual, including unintended, outcomes and the opportunity costs of privileging mathematics in education and society? Mathematics provides the foundation for banking, commerce and indeed money itself. But is mathematics implicated in the global disparities in wealth and life chances? Mathematics underpins instrumentalist thinking and governmentality, but is mathematics responsible for the growing dehumanization in the treatment of people in the modern world? Mathematics is a core subject in the school curriculum and virtually a sine qua non for university education. However, many school leavers have negative attitudes towards mathematics and feelings of inadequacy. Is overvaluing mathematical achievement to blame for this? In the presentation I explore some of the deeper reasons underpinning these problems.
By better understanding the limits to its value I believe we can be wiser in teaching, applying and creating mathematics. I conclude that although mathematics itself is neutral, it is its misapplications that are to blame for problems like those listed above. My recommendation is that to avoid such problems we need to teach philosophy and ethics to mathematics students at college, and also need to reform the school mathematics curriculum in an holistic way.
Here's the link in case you want to see the talk itself
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCngE2hZyMg

Authentic Tasks And Mathematical Problem Solving

This document discusses authentic tasks in mathematical problem solving and their role in developing mathematical literacy. It describes four key dimensions of authentic tasks: thinking and reasoning, discourse, mathematical tools, and attitudes and dispositions. Each of these dimensions supports meaningful learning and prepares students to solve everyday problems. The document provides examples of lessons and programs that incorporate these dimensions through real-world, problem-based activities.

Nature and Development of Mathematics.pptx

This document discusses the nature and development of mathematics. It begins by defining mathematics as both an art and a science that involves learning, numbers, space, and measurement. Several experts provide definitions of mathematics emphasizing its role in science, order, reasoning, and discovery. The document outlines the nature and scope of mathematics, including that it is an abstract, precise, logical science of structures, generalizations, and inductive and deductive reasoning. It concludes by discussing the inductive and deductive methods of teaching mathematics and their respective merits and demerits.

1 Teaching mathematics-introduction (meaning, nature & values)

1. Mathematics is defined as both the science of numbers and space, as well as the science of measurement, quantity and magnitude.
2. Mathematics has various values including utilitarian, cultural, social, recreational, disciplinary, intellectual, aesthetic, vocational, and moral values.
3. Key aims in teaching mathematics include enabling students to solve daily life problems, understand mathematics' role in culture and civilization, develop thinking and reasoning skills, and prepare students for further education and careers that involve mathematics.

Holistic and multti disciplinary edn. through nep2020

This document discusses holistic and multidisciplinary education. It defines holistic education as engaging all aspects of learning - physical, emotional, cognitive, language and spiritual. A holistic approach integrates these different domains of learning. The document advocates for holistic education because research shows the importance of developing a child's wellbeing, not just academics. It discusses types of collaboration like multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary. It also outlines how the New Education Policy promotes holistic and multidisciplinary learning through initiatives like multidisciplinary universities, liberal arts education, STEM skills, research opportunities, multiple exit/entry points and more.

Mathematics in the modern world

This course introduces students to the nature of mathematics by exploring how it describes patterns found in nature and its applications in daily life. Students will learn that mathematics is more than just formulas, but also a means of understanding aesthetics, logic, and science. The course will survey how mathematics provides tools for managing finances, making choices, appreciating designs, and dividing resources. Students will complete exercises applying mathematical concepts to gain a broader understanding of its dimensions and test their comprehension.

Online assignment

This document discusses approaches to mathematics curriculum as suggested by the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) and Kerala Curriculum Framework (KCF). It outlines three levels of mathematics taught in schools: daily life calculations, concepts for higher education, and more complex theoretical ideas. The document also examines why students find mathematics difficult and why it is important to learn. It proposes teaching mathematics in a way that makes it enjoyable and helps students think logically and communicate numerically. The goal is for students to understand fundamental concepts and have confidence in their mathematical abilities.

Presentation city college

a presentation during an interview for recruitment as a mathematic teacher.this presentation define how to communicate passion about mathematics to some reluctant student or adult learners who have got difficulties to have a good grade in previous class

Teaching mathematics introduction (meaning, nature & values)

Mathematics is defined as both the science of numbers and space, as well as the science of measurement, quantity and magnitude. It has its own language using signs, symbols and operations, and helps draw conclusions and interpret ideas and themes in a logical sequence. Mathematics has several values in its teaching. It has utilitarian value as its fundamental processes are used in daily life. It has cultural value as understanding mathematics is key to understanding civilization. It also has social value by enabling understanding of group and social interactions. Mathematics provides disciplinary and intellectual value by training the mind in logical reasoning and thinking.

B.Ed.106 Mathematics content.ppt

The document discusses mathematics as a subject and its importance in daily life. It notes that mathematics is essential for a wide range of professions and that mathematical patterns are present in nature. The document also outlines the objectives of the B.Ed. program to develop student teachers' subject knowledge, pedagogical skills, and values like national integration. It then provides details about the structure and content of mathematics, including the topics of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and applied mathematics. The assessment and instructional methods for mathematics are also summarized.

Nature of Mathematics.pptx

The document discusses the nature of mathematics and defines conceptual knowledge and procedural knowledge in mathematics. Conceptual knowledge refers to understanding mathematical concepts, while procedural knowledge involves being able to physically solve problems by applying mathematical skills and tools. The document states that conceptual understanding supports applying principles to new situations, while procedural knowledge is built upon conceptual understanding. It emphasizes that both conceptual understanding and procedural knowledge are important for students to master, as it helps them solve problems, draw inferences, and establish relationships between concepts.

Meaning and definition of mathematics

Mathematics is defined in multiple ways throughout the document. It is summarized as the science of quantity, measurement, and spatial relationships. It involves both inductive and deductive reasoning. Inductive reasoning involves making general conclusions from specific observations, while deductive reasoning involves drawing logical conclusions from initial assumptions or axioms. Teaching mathematics effectively uses both inductive and deductive methods, moving from specific examples to broader conclusions or from general principles to specific applications.

Mathematics

Mathematics is a subject created and developed by human beings to describe and explain natural phenomena. While mathematics has proven extremely effective in scientific and technical domains, it is ultimately a human construct, developed using logical and conceptual tools of the human mind. Key aspects of mathematics like numbers, operations, geometry, and quantitative relationships were invented or formalized by ancient Greek and other early mathematicians for practical and philosophical purposes. There continues to be debate around whether mathematics is discovered or invented, with arguments on both sides, but it is clear that the mathematics we know is a product of human reason and conceptualization.

Values of learning mathematics & correlation of mathematics

Values of learning mathematics & correlation of mathematics

Chapter 1 (part1)

Chapter 1 (part1)

Research mathematics education new

Research mathematics education new

Instrumentation 1

Instrumentation 1

Ctetmathematicspadagogy 170822050112

Ctetmathematicspadagogy 170822050112

CTET Mathematics Pedagogy part -1

CTET Mathematics Pedagogy part -1

Fundamental Numeracy....................

Fundamental Numeracy....................

Questioning the value of mathematics: Is mathematics harmful?

Questioning the value of mathematics: Is mathematics harmful?

Authentic Tasks And Mathematical Problem Solving

Authentic Tasks And Mathematical Problem Solving

Nature and Development of Mathematics.pptx

Nature and Development of Mathematics.pptx

1 Teaching mathematics-introduction (meaning, nature & values)

1 Teaching mathematics-introduction (meaning, nature & values)

Holistic and multti disciplinary edn. through nep2020

Holistic and multti disciplinary edn. through nep2020

Mathematics in the modern world

Mathematics in the modern world

Online assignment

Online assignment

Presentation city college

Presentation city college

Teaching mathematics introduction (meaning, nature & values)

Teaching mathematics introduction (meaning, nature & values)

B.Ed.106 Mathematics content.ppt

B.Ed.106 Mathematics content.ppt

Nature of Mathematics.pptx

Nature of Mathematics.pptx

Meaning and definition of mathematics

Meaning and definition of mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

CCE, Assessment, Evaluation, Types of Assessment

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Student Portfolio.pptxTesting -Evaluation

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Maslows Theory of Motivatation powerpoint presentation

Maslows theory of Motivation

2.1 Aims and Objectives of Teaching Mathematics.pptx

The document outlines the aims and objectives of teaching mathematics according to the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005. It discusses how mathematics education should enhance logical thinking, problem solving, and handling abstractions. It also notes common problems in mathematics education like fear of the subject and a lack of focus on spatial thinking. The document then details goals and approaches for teaching mathematics at different stages, from pre-primary to focusing on applications at the higher secondary stage. It emphasizes relating mathematics to students' experiences and developing a positive attitude.

1.1. Aims and Objectives of Teaching Science.pptx

The document outlines the aims and objectives of teaching science at different educational stages according to the National Curriculum Framework 2005. At the primary stage, the objectives are to nurture curiosity about the world through hands-on activities, observation, and basic skills. At the upper primary stage, students learn principles of science through familiar experiences and hands-on activities. At the secondary stage, science is taught as a composite discipline through experimentation and projects. The higher secondary stage introduces science as separate disciplines with an emphasis on experiments, problem-solving, and identifying core topics.

1.1. Nature Scope Importance Value of Science.pptx

Science can be defined as the systematic study of the physical and natural world through observation and experimentation. It involves both a body of knowledge about the universe as well as the process of gathering new knowledge. Science can be divided into natural sciences, social sciences, and formal sciences. It has both intellectual and practical benefits. Teaching science helps develop important skills in students like observation, critical thinking, and problem solving and encourages values like curiosity, open-mindedness and creativity. It prepares students for careers that require scientific and technological literacy.

RESUME WRITING HACSE.pptx for job opportunities

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Street play Nukkad Natak - Do's and Don't

This document discusses guidelines for street plays, which are theatrical performances held in outdoor public spaces. It provides tips for what to do, such as absorbing your character, using local language and humor, engaging with the audience, and adapting to your surroundings. It also suggests what not to do, like avoiding microphones, makeup, controversial issues, and using special effects like fire or smoke machines during the performance. The goal of street plays is social communication, creating awareness about social causes and empowering communities in an accessible and affordable way.

FINAL PRESENTATION IQAC Meaning Significance

The document discusses the role and functions of Internal Quality Assurance Cells (IQACs) in higher education institutions in India. It notes that IQACs were established by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to ensure continuous improvement in the quality of education. IQACs work to develop and apply quality benchmarks, collect and analyze data on institutional performance, disseminate information on best practices, and provide recommendations to enhance academic excellence. The document outlines the composition, responsibilities and activities of IQACs, including developing systems for quality enhancement, promoting research and best practices, obtaining accreditation, and building the capacity of institutions.

Sculpturing made easy - prepared for teachers from kindergarten to school level

Sculpturing made easy - prepared for teachers from kindergarten to school levelDr.Amit Hemant Mishal

Useful to understand about sculpturing tools useful for any layman to understand basic needs of scuplturing A2 Lecture final.pptx PWD NPD (2006) RCI RTE Constitutional Obligations

The document discusses India's national policies and constitutional obligations regarding education for diverse groups, including people with disabilities. It outlines key policies like the Rehabilitation Council of India Act of 1992, the National Policy for Persons with Disabilities 2006, and the Right to Education Act of 2009. It also summarizes various articles from the Indian constitution pertaining to the rights of people with disabilities to non-discrimination, equality of opportunity, and access to education.

Diversity.pptx

This document discusses diversity in various contexts. It defines diversity as recognizing that individuals differ in dimensions such as age, race, gender, ethnicity, beliefs, abilities, and more. It provides examples of diversity in learning needs, styles, and disabilities. These include dyslexia, ADHD, hearing or visual impairments. It also discusses addressing diverse learning needs through grouping students by learning style, project-based learning, technology, and alternative testing. The role of teachers, parents, and others is to be sensitive to differences, appreciate diversity, and avoid stereotypes while supporting students.

Adhikar PPT@.pptx

The document is an agenda for an ADHIKAR PARENT EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM hosted on 11.12.2023. It was created by Dr. Amit Hemant Mishal, an Associate Professor at CCYM’S Hashu Advani College of Special Education. The agenda covers topics like psychological, social, financial, and health empowerment. It also includes references to related images and resources.

IPR and Education.pptx

IPR- Meaning
Types of IPR
IP Protection/Infringement
International IP Index
National Intellectual Property Rights Policy 2016
Issue/need of IPR
IP awareness /IPR in Education

Soil

Dr. Amit Hemant Mishal is an associate professor who teaches courses on special education. This document provides a summary of the key points about soil:
- Soil is formed through the weathering of rocks into smaller particles over long periods of time due to various physical, chemical, and biological processes.
- Soil properties like texture and capacity to hold water vary depending on the sizes of particles, with clayey soil holding the most water and sandy soil holding the least.
- Soil is a critical natural resource that supports plant life and provides nourishment, habitat, and materials that sustain all animal and human life on Earth.

Animal husbandry

Dr. Amit Hemant Mishal is an Associate Professor who teaches courses on special education. The document discusses various topics related to animal husbandry, including cattle farming, poultry farming, apiculture, uses of animals, animal shelters, feeding, health, crossbreeding, occupations related to agriculture like dairy farming and transport, and specific practices for sheep rearing, poultry farming, pearl culture, lac industry, sericulture, and pisciculture.

Constructivism, Constructivist Approach

The constructivist approach promotes active learning where students construct knowledge through hands-on problem solving and connecting new information to prior understanding. It emphasizes student-centered learning over standardized curricula and assessments. Students build knowledge through social interaction and group work. The teacher acts as a facilitator, providing opportunities for dialogue, exploration, and knowledge construction while students take ownership over the learning process. While challenging to implement, the constructivist approach makes learning a dynamic social process and promotes skills like creative and critical thinking.

Concept Attainment Model of Teaching

The Concept Attainment Model (CAM) is an instructional strategy developed by Jerome Bruner for introducing new concepts. It involves presenting students with examples (positive instances) and non-examples (negative instances) of a concept, having them derive attributes that define the concept, and forming a definition. The strategy promotes inductive reasoning and learning how to examine concepts from multiple perspectives. It requires active participation from students in observing, analyzing, comparing and categorizing information to identify the target concept.

CCE, Assessment, Evaluation, Types of Assessment

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Student Portfolio.pptxTesting -Evaluation

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Maslows Theory of Motivatation powerpoint presentation

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2.1 Aims and Objectives of Teaching Mathematics.pptx

2.1 Aims and Objectives of Teaching Mathematics.pptx

1.1. Aims and Objectives of Teaching Science.pptx

1.1. Aims and Objectives of Teaching Science.pptx

1.1. Nature Scope Importance Value of Science.pptx

1.1. Nature Scope Importance Value of Science.pptx

RESUME WRITING HACSE.pptx for job opportunities

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Street play Nukkad Natak - Do's and Don't

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FINAL PRESENTATION IQAC Meaning Significance

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Sculpturing made easy - prepared for teachers from kindergarten to school level

Sculpturing made easy - prepared for teachers from kindergarten to school level

A2 Lecture final.pptx PWD NPD (2006) RCI RTE Constitutional Obligations

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Diversity.pptx

Diversity.pptx

Adhikar PPT@.pptx

Adhikar PPT@.pptx

IPR and Education.pptx

IPR and Education.pptx

Soil

Soil

Animal husbandry

Animal husbandry

Constructivism, Constructivist Approach

Constructivism, Constructivist Approach

Concept Attainment Model of Teaching

Concept Attainment Model of Teaching

RDBMS Lecture Notes Unit4 chapter12 VIEW

Description:
Welcome to the comprehensive guide on Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) concepts, tailored for final year B.Sc. Computer Science students affiliated with Alagappa University. This document covers fundamental principles and advanced topics in RDBMS, offering a structured approach to understanding databases in the context of modern computing. PDF content is prepared from the text book Learn Oracle 8I by JOSE A RAMALHO.
Key Topics Covered:
Main Topic : VIEW
Sub-Topic :
View Definition, Advantages and disadvantages, View Creation Syntax, View creation based on single table, view creation based on multiple table, Deleting View and View the definition of view
Target Audience:
Final year B.Sc. Computer Science students at Alagappa University seeking a solid foundation in RDBMS principles for academic and practical applications.
Previous Slides Link:
1. Data Integrity, Index, TAble Creation and maintenance https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/lecture_notes_unit4_chapter_8_9_10_rdbms-for-the-students-affiliated-by-alagappa-university/270123800
2. Sequences : https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/sequnces-lecture_notes_unit4_chapter11_sequence/270134792
About the Author:
Dr. S. Murugan is Associate Professor at Alagappa Government Arts College, Karaikudi. With 23 years of teaching experience in the field of Computer Science, Dr. S. Murugan has a passion for simplifying complex concepts in database management.
Disclaimer:
This document is intended for educational purposes only. The content presented here reflects the author’s understanding in the field of RDBMS as of 2024.

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- 2. Meaning • Area of knowledge that includes the topics of numbers, formulas and related structures, shapes and the spaces in which they are contained, and quantities and their changes. • study of patterns, numbers, geometrical objects, data, and chance is known as mathematics. It is a broad science that deals with data analysis, the integration of different domains of knowledge, proofs, deductive and inductive reasoning and generalisations, and the explanation of natural events and human conduct. • There are various fields in Mathematics, such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and so on. • These topics are represented in modern mathematics with the major subdisciplines of number theory, algebra, geometry,and analysis respectively. • Most mathematical activity involves the discovery of properties of abstract objects and the use of pure reason to prove them.
- 3. • These objects consist of either abstractions from nature or—in modern mathematics—entities that are stipulated to have certain properties, called axioms. • A proof consists of a succession of applications of deductive rules to already established results. • These results include previously proved theorems, axioms, and—in case of abstraction from nature—some basic properties that are considered true starting points of the theory under consideration. • Mathematics is essential in the natural sciences, engineering, medicine, finance, computer science, and the social sciences. • The word mathematics comes from Ancient Greek máthēma (μάθημα), meaning "that which is learnt","what one gets to know", hence also "study" and "science". The word came to have the narrower and more technical meaning of "mathematical study" even in Classical times.
- 4. Nature • Used in all subjects and used in different fields. • Used in every day life. • Basic course in school curriculum • Math follow following maxims- particular to general/Inductive-deductive, concrete to abstract, empirical to rational,simple to complex • Language of mathematics is unique as language of science/social sciences • Systematic • Logical • No scope for doubts as verifiable answers same throughout • Principles, rules for solving is same throughout. • Science, Facts, relationships………….what more…………. • Develop reasoning, perseverance , resilience, problem solving, decision making, divergent and critical thinking like skills.
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- 7. Values of Teaching Mathematics • Intellectual • Utilitarian • Vocational • Disciplinary • Moral • Aesthetic • Social • Cultural • Psychological • Training in Scientific Method
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