Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 4(6), pp. 1432 - 1436
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040621
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Value Orientation among Tribal Future Teachers of B.Ed. Programme: Need for Curricular Interventions


Rajendra Prasad Dasari *
Department of Education, Kakatiya University, India

ABSTRACT

Schools play a vital role in inculcation of values and development of values. It has become, of late, the central concern of teacher education. Teacher education programmes are the effective modes of transmission of values having a direct impact on the school education. A College of Teacher Education was established at Badrachalam exclusively for tribal population in the State of Telangana under Integral Tribal Development Authority (ITDA). In this institution only tribes of different communities are given the opportunity of pursuing B.Ed. Programme. Tribal habitat, culture and living styles are different because they live in deep forest in hamlets away from the mainstream of the society and their value system needs attention for their emancipation in social development. In this article, the value system and value preferences of tribal future teachers of the B. Ed. Programme are discussed to provide guidelines for curricular interventions for quality tribal teacher education.

KEYWORDS
Tribal Future Teachers, Values, B. Ed. Programme

Cite this paper
Rajendra Prasad Dasari . "Value Orientation among Tribal Future Teachers of B.Ed. Programme: Need for Curricular Interventions." Universal Journal of Educational Research 4.6 (2016) 1432 - 1436. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040621.