2016, Vol. 1, Issue 1
Need of reforms in physical education teacher
Author(s): Dr. Habib Khan
Teachers are the backbone of education system in any country. The need of teacher’s professional development has been accepted weighty for the improvement of education. Therefore the expectancy for quality in teacher physical education is becoming higher with every day. But the traditional methods of teacher training are not serving the requirement. The present programme has been failed in preparing teachers that are required in real classroom because the stress is on theory and not practical. That is why many teacher education policies have been evolved over time and is based on the recommendations contained in various reports of committees/commissions on education. The important ones being the Kothari commission (1966), Chattopadhyaya committee (1985), the national policy on education (NPE 1986/1992), Acharya Ramamurthi committee (1990), Yashpal committee (1993), the national Curriculum Framework (NCF2005). The present paper highlights recommendations of various committees and commissions to bring reforms and sustain quality in teacher educational system.
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Dr. Habib Khan. Need of reforms in physical education teacher . Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2016;1(1):134-136.