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Original article | International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 2020, Vol. 11(1) 70-86

Disseminating Value in the Curriculum Transaction of Teacher Education in North East India

Ananta Kumar Jena & Safika Choudhury

pp. 70 - 86   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1906-23-0001

Published online: March 30, 2020  |   Number of Views: 41  |  Number of Download: 193


Abstract

Value enshrined in the Indian constitution introduced in the curriculum implies freedom from exploitation and ensuring to provide opportunities for individuals’ development, irrespective of the background, gender, cultural or socio-economic identity and status. Each individual should be free and be able to avail equal opportunities to develop his/her individuality fully according to one’s interests, attitudes, and capacities. Curriculum of teacher education programme in India has been upgraded much. Still it needs modifications and it does not fully address the basic needs and value of contemporary Indian schools and society. Thematic analysis strategies used to describe the reality of value disseminated by the teachers during the curriculum transaction. This is an unstructured interview where data were collected, and analyzed through thematic approaches to satisfy credibility, transferability, dependability, conformability, and trustworthiness. The study claimed that the teachers are disseminating the values in their classroom and most of the teachers are disseminating the value those are satisfactory and per day they are providing few minutes the value related to environment, social conscience, and civil senses.

Keywords: curriculum transaction; dissemination of value; northeast India; teacher education; thematic approaches; transferability


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APA 6th edition
Jena, A.K. & Choudhury, S. (2020). Disseminating Value in the Curriculum Transaction of Teacher Education in North East India . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 11(1), 70-86.

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Jena, A. and Choudhury, S. (2020). Disseminating Value in the Curriculum Transaction of Teacher Education in North East India . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 11(1), pp. 70-86.

Chicago 16th edition
Jena, Ananta Kumar and Safika Choudhury (2020). "Disseminating Value in the Curriculum Transaction of Teacher Education in North East India ". International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 11 (1):70-86.

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