Perceptions Of Teacher Trainees About Strategies For Value Inculcation


  • Jyoti Pandey Department of Education, MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly



Implementation, Elementary Schools, Mid-Day Meal Scheme.


Now a day, the crises of value are pervasive and influences all walks of life. Growing economic liberalism, uneven social development, scientific and technological advancements have been the main factors influencing value system. When considering the concept of values in education, the educators are faced with multiple agendas and a plethora of interest, motivation, tensions and conflicts about values. Teachers own broad context of values, cultures, imitativeness for using their own internationalized skills, their personality and their attitude, all these put immense influence for value inculcation in students. A teacher is “What his Education has been” so it is essential that teacher education at preparatory levels should focus on developing moral, national and ethical values. The concept of education should be value based and it must be taught especially to teachers at the time of pre-service training. The study is an attempt to find out the answer to the question that which formal and informal teaching strategies contribute in value inculcation in students?


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Jyoti Pandey. (2016). Perceptions Of Teacher Trainees About Strategies For Value Inculcation. MIER Journal of Educational Studies Trends and Practices, 6(1), 82–90.





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