Professional field experiences leading up to student teaching are not isolated add-ons, but are integrated into many courses throughout the teacher preparation program and are, therefore, most often supervised by full-time highly qualified Glocal faculty rather than temporary adjuncts or graduate students. The faculty who are teaching the courses work with the students as they transfer their knowledge to the actual classroom.FACULTY SUPERVISED AND INTEGRATED FIELD EXPERIENCES
Because of its geographic location, Glocal can offer graduands a wide variety of field experiences in classrooms in urban, suburban, rural K-12 schools and community living.
Date – 11th October 2018
It is very interesting to know how a child’s psychology works. This fascinating initiative was taken by our pupil teachers of B.Ed. in Glocal School, Saharanpur. This was their third observation in a private school and now it is time to create a comparison among three observations. Pupil teachers observed student-teacher activities, assembly activities, transport facilty, playground, smart classes, toddler and senior section. Consideration of pupil teachers was more effective due to disciplinary surroundings. Mr. Deepak Matta (Principal) interact to our pupil teachers and reinvigorated them. In the presence of Ms. Tarang Tomar (Faculty of Education) pupil teachers did their all observations and learned a lot.
Date – 27th September 2018
Teaching is imperfect without functional or realistic approach. For this accomplishment B.Ed. pupil teachers of Faculty of Education, Glocal University visited in Government Primary School, Shafipur ( Saharanpur) on 27th September 2018. Pupil Teachers used their observation skill for real teaching. They observed students’ classroom behavior, activities during lunch and games, their enthusiasm and their ambitions. A real enlightenment was created in pupil teachers by this visit.
Date - 29th November 2016
B.Ed students batch (2016-18) of Faculty of Education, Glocal University visited Anganwadi at Badshahibagh. In their field visit, they observed that Anganwadi provides nutritional supplements and immunisation (polio,tetanus,measles and tuberculosis) vaccines for children. There is no set curriculum at Anganwadi although the caretaker teaches the children about health and hygiene. B.Ed students noticed that the Anganwadi center focuses a lot on nutrition in which children are weighed every month and their growth is recorded. If a child seems to be malnourished, they are given twice the nutritional supplements. It was a good experience in an authentic setting of Anganwadi that B.Ed students cannot imitiate within the college or school.
Date- 28th November 2016
B.Ed students batch (2016-18) of Faculty of Education, Glocal University visited government school at Badshahibagh. In their field visit, they observed mid day meal, classroom pattern, student’s creativity, resourcefulness, teaching methodology of primary and secondary school. B.Ed students did the comparative study of primary and secondary school classrooms and learnt the concept of 'making do with what you have'. They have also noticed that each and every student of government school was equipped with proper books and uniform. When given the opportunity, the government school students thrive with creativity and shared an enthusiasm for learning that shined through the dimly-lit classrooms.
It was a good learning experience for B.Ed students that provides them the opportunity to encounter novel things in government school setting.
Date - 29 th November 2016
A wonderful day spend out with beautiful souls of Anganwadi government school by the students of, School of education, Glocal university.
Anganwadi is a type of rural child care center in India. They were started by the Indian government in 1975 as part of the Integrated Child Development Services program to combat child hunger and malnutrition. Anganwadi means "courtyard shelter" in Indian languages.
A typical Anganwadi center provides basic health care in a village. It is a part of the Indian public health care system. Basic health care activities include contraceptive counselling and supply, nutrition education and supplementation, as well as pre-school activities.
Our students of School of Education of Glocal university has put their initiative and effort to enrich the student with inspiring ideas and motivate them to see a vast future ahead of them. A complete day was spent with the young soul. shared ideas what leads ahead to make them to a better future. Our students help them out throughout the day with so many activities and help them mentally and physically.
It was a good experience in an authentic setting of Anganwadi that students of School of Education cannot imitate within the college or school.
Date - 30th November 2016
B.Ed. students batch (2016-18) of Faculty of Education, Glocal University visited JAMIAT-UL-SHEKH lil-Benat at Mirzapur. In their visit, they observed that in today’s time Madrasa balance religious education with the study of secular subjects. This Madrasa is not funded by any organisation, it’s one girl (Saima) willpower along with her maternal uncle (Molana Taskeer) who laid the foundation of Madrasa. B.Ed students also noticed that Madrasa is followed by IDARA where girls seek education. They were surprised by hearing the QURAAN verses translation in English which was commendable.
B.Ed students have learnt that Madrasa education is not a barrier in promoting modern education.
Date - 30 July 2019
India has misfortune of having the largest number of blind people in the world. Blindness is a disability, which one can overcome with proper training and guidance. Persons affected by blindness need opportunities for quality education, skills, training, rehabilitation, employment and a full social and family life.
Person’s affected by blindness just need an opportunity. Here’s a list of some occupations in which blind people are working today, but there are many more. Farmers, lawyers, factory workers, computer programmers, bankers, accountants, journalists and many more
If you believe that they can do the job and if employers believe he/she can, there are very few jobs blind cannot do. It is most important for blind people to have the chance to choose whatever job they want and for the public to give blind people the opportunity.
Through this looks good, there is basic support, infrastructure, facilities that are need to be provided to these people, only then they will be able to work independently. Major problems are faced by the blind people are mainly in this age group. once they are guided properly then they can live normal life afterward
This critical job of education them is done by blind schools. So our Students of the School of Education of Glocal University visited National Institute for the Empowerment of Persons Visual Disabilities (Divyangjan) Dehradun at 30 July 2019, a school with eye disabilities. A whole day has been dedicated by our student whole heartedly with one goal is to help all the handicapped children in all the activities of the day. Their activities included teaching sports, games. It’s was an eye opening to our students as well as for the Glocal university. Through this visit, the students of the School of Education greatly benefitted the handicapped children.
Date - 11 th October 2018
M ost parts of the India are occupied by the poor, lower middle class and below poverty line people, who cannot afford to send their children to school. Moreover they feel that extra hands will help in earning bread for the family. Thus it is importance to bring awareness in the area by the teachers appointed for the respective schools, about the importance of education in day to day life.
Awareness about the changes, education can bring or in a community, needs to be informed to the parents of the children, in order to encourage them to send schools.
Our students’ batch (2016-18) of School of Education, Glocal University visited JAMIAT-UL-SHEKH lil-Benat at Mirzapur. In their visit, they observed that in today’s time Madrasa balance religious education with the study of secular subjects. This Madrasa is not funded by any organization, it’s one girl (Saima) willpower along with her maternal uncle (Molana Taskeer) who laid the foundation of Madrasa. Our students also noticed that Madrasa is followed by IDARA where girls seek education. They were surprised by hearing the QURAAN verses translation in English which was commendable.
Our students have learnt that Madrasa education is not a barrier in promoting modern education
Date - 5 June 2019
O n 5 th June 2019 a walk was made through the nature, a path to environmental sustainability by the students of School of education Glocal University as part of the environmental day. This is to encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. A day was organised by the Education Department under the supervision of Dr. Gunjan Rajput (HOD), Mr. Mohammed Nafis and Ms. Poonam Singh(faculty) to raise awareness and generate political momentum around growing concerns such as the depletion of the ozone layer, toxic chemicals, desertification and global warming. The observance of this day brings an educational purpose as people learn to appreciate the great benefits that trees provide us - clean air, wildlife habitat, reducing energy demand and connecting with nature.
A CAMP WAS ORGANIZED BY THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION IN ASSOCIATION WITH INDIAN SCOUT GUIDE, A GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION.
Date - 18th September 2019
Scout Guide Camp was organized on 18 September 2019 at Glocal University Campus. The Scout Movement, also known as Scouting or the Scouts, is a voluntary non-political educational movement for young people open to all without distinction of gender, origin, race or creed. The purpose of the Scout Movement is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.
This camp was organized under the chairmanship of Manoj Sindhi, who is in charge of Scout Guide. This was done under the supervision of Dr. Gunjan Rajput (HOD), Mr. Mohammed Nafis and Ms. Poonam Singh(Faculty). The effort and hard work put up through the entire camp was outstanding, which lead the camp to great success and a memorable one.
The camp was held to promote human excellence by providing variety of opportunities and life experiences. Apart from the School of Education, students from other departments also participated in the camp, including some international students. In this camp, students participated in various activities and they learned many profitable activities which they can be used day to day life and also while they are facing any kind of crisis. Alongside the training, practical classes were given in First Aid, use of the magnetic compass, different types of whistling, lashings, knots and the like which can be used in time to overcome the crisis.