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Explain the philosophical principles behind Indian thinkers concepts of good school and their pedagogical prescriptions?

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Asked by naveen kumar, 23 Apr '11 01:02 pm
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Education, business, and policy leaders are calling for curriculum that will help teachers prepare students to meet Common Core State Standards. The Call for Common Content states that a core curriculum should build a bridge from standards to achievement.

To be clear, by curriculum we mean a coherent, sequential set of guidelines in the core academic disciplines, specifying the content knowledge and skills that all students are expected to learn, over time, in a thoughtful progression across the grades. We do not mean performance standards, textbook offerings, daily lesson plans, or rigid pedagogical prescriptions.

Indeed, the progression of the Common Core movement will certainly inform the CTE community as it moves toward its revalidation of the Career Clusters Knowledge and Skills Statements. The development of high-standard and consistent CTE programs are a top priority for CTE leaders, who must also balance common goals with the importance of state flexibility.
Answered by anantharaman, 23 Apr '11 01:12 pm

 
  
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According to the Indian thinkers concepts
a good school should be an institution which imparts morale education (i.e. the education of soul by purification of the soul & conscience through Yogasan Pranayam & Dhyana) besides the academic education.There should be an applied education system to give a practical experience to the pupil to develop the art of kindness wit and presence of mind besides book education as it was practised in the ancient GURUKUL.As a result when the apprentice finishes his study and enters the society he immediately chooses his profession and by his works does the welfare of self and society.
Answered by pradipta pati, 23 Apr '11 01:12 pm

 
  
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