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Why teachers need ‘implicit curriculum’

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By EMN Updated: Aug 09, 2013 12:37 am
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Dimapur, August 8

Imparting quality education is a process far more complex than merely teaching a matter to students – education takes into account the varied factors of both knowledge and environment that influence the minds of students, explained resource person Dr Buno Iralu during seminar for the faculty of Alder College Kohima on August 7.Dr Iralu spoke about understanding education as a process that is more than simply acquiring an academic degree.
She said quality education must take into account various areas though which educational institutions influence students.
She also encouraged positive student-teacher relationship and that teachers need to pay more attention to the “implicit curriculum” i.e., teaching and leading by example.
The day-long seminar for the faculty of Alder College in Kohima was held in the college’s premises with Dr Buno Iralu, lecturer of Shalom Bible Seminary in Secu-Zubza, as the resource person.
Deliberating on the topic of quality education, Dr. Iralu spoke about understanding education as a process that is more than simply acquiring an academic degree.
She said quality education must take into account various areas though which educational institutions influence students.
She also encouraged positive student-teacher relationship and that teachers need to pay more attention to the “implicit curriculum” i.e., teaching and leading by example.
Dr Iralu urged the teachers to recognize and understand the socio-political climate in which young people live today thereby making the students understand the depth and meaning of education.

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By EMN Updated: Aug 09, 2013 12:37:02 am