Teacher Education in India: Issues and Concerns now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Teacher Education in India: Issues and Concerns, edited by Lokanath Mishra.
This book derives from an ICSSR New Delhi-sponsored National seminar on teacher education issues and concerns, with special reference to North East India, organised by the Department of Education at Mizoram University, Aizawl, India. The entire fabric of any modern and progressive country is built upon the quality, dedication, competency, and commitment of teachers. A great responsibility lies with teachers, as a generation of young people’s education is dependent on teachers’ ability to teach well. The teacher education system is, therefore, an important vehicle to improve the quality of education, which means that the revitalisation and strengthening of the teacher education system is a powerful way to raise the standard of education in a country. This collection of papers analyses this teacher education system and the processes of improvement that are taking place.
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About the Editor
Dr Lokanath Mishra is an Associate Professor at the Department of Education at Mizoram University, Aizawl, India. He specialises in teacher education, peace education, qualitative research methods, lifelong education and the teaching of mathematics. His interest in qualitative research on adult education culminated in a PhD thesis from the Utkal University of Orissa, India, in 2007. He has published a number of national and international papers, and has spoken at various international conferences within India and abroad, on issues that include teacher education. Dr Mishra is an Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Education and Chief Editor of the International Journal of Peace Education and Development.