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Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy welcoming to children and attend to experience first. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy all their health and safety needs. Sets classroom rules and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Child-friendly teacher: procedures which help students ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy It is very significant to note ecopyEcopy that a knowecopyEcopy what is expected from them ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy child-friendly teacher needs to possess and how the students can help ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy professional skills and personal themselves. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy qualities. The following qualitiesecopyEcopy make Is flexible and able to change ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy a teacher child-friendly (UNESCO, lessons based on the needs of his/ ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 1996). her students. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Professional skills: Must be well prepared with his ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Teaches not only text book subjects. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy materials but also whats happening Must have a good knowledge ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy outside. of his subjects. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Practice balanced with theory. Make pupils enjoy the class. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Dedicates him/herself to the Personal qualities: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy job. Interacts well with the child ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Understands that a child is not (physically and mentally) ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy only a tiny ecopyEcopy bundle of joy that can Is affectionate with the pupils. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy cry, smile,ecopyEcopy laugh. He/sheecopyEcopy must Must ecopyEcopy give motherly love to students. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy understand that in front of him Teaches not only with mind, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy stands a true miracle of life. but also with heart. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Makes himself/ herself Smiles to his/herecopyEcopy pupils even ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy available to all students, however, when they irritate him/ her or make ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy knows which students needecopyEcopy extra him/ her feel miserable.. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy assistance. Encourages cooperation and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Is an effective communicator, sets an example with other students ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy however, who knows when he/she and faculty. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy needs to change her Respects all students and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy communicating techniques ecopyEcopy to be encourages good performance ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy sure students can ecopyEcopy grasp without any discrimination. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy instructional concepts. Have good moral character ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Allows students toecopyEcopy ask and is absolutely honest. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy questions,ecopyEcopy however, does not Physically and mentally fit for ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy answer questions without drawing the job. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy from other students learning ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 04 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Training child-friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopyteachers: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy interaction was very ecopyEcopy high in all Every teacher must be trained so ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy lessons observed by teachers who that he/ she ecopyEcopy acquires role model ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy had completed the training. qualities and ecopyEcopy the sensitiveness to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy There is clear evidence of support become moreecopyEcopy child-friendly so that ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and commitment amongst the classrooms become child-friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teachers interviewed towards childenvironment too. In this perspective, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friendly, child-centered teaching Chance, a UK-based educational ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy methods. charity which is working in Nepal has ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy InecopyEcopy all pupil interviews, the made great strides to raise the quality ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy children reported a positive change and standard ecopyEcopy of education offered to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy in the ecopyEcopy way the teachers who had children attending local government ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy undergone the training treated them and community schools through the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and stated they wereecopyEcopy no longer implementation of a child-friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy scared to attend school, or felt teacher-training programme. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy frightened of their teachers. Developed in ecopyEcopy partnership with ecopyEcopy CWIN ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy All visited schools have banned Nepal (Child Workers in Nepal) over ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy corporal punishment and evidence the past threeecopyEcopy years, the programme ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy praise ecopyEcopy of encouragement, and has encompassed the training of local ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy positive, child-friendly attitudes Nepali teachers from 64 government ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy towards children was seen in all and community-managed ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy schools. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy schools and in most lessons After imparting the training to the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy observed. teachers, evaluation was made. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy All ecopyEcopy schools visited ecopyEcopy had made Significant progress has been ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy considerable, impressive efforts to observed in key areas as a direct result ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy improve the child-friendly of the training.ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy atmosphere and ecopyEcopy physical Outcome of the training: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy surroundings of their classrooms by Following ecopyEcopy findings wereecopyEcopy seen ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy rearranging the furniture into more during visits ecopyEcopy to the schools where ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy child-centered formations (square teachers were trained (CHANCE, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy or horseshoe table arrangements, 2013): ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy providing carpets or rugs for the All the children appeared very ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy floors ecopyEcopy and soft furnishings) from happy, confident and to be enjoying ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy LowerecopyEcopy Kindergarten to Grade 2 being at school. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classrooms. The quality of pupil/teacher ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 05 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Most classrooms had been provided and were grateful for the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy freshly painted and interactive opportunity to take part ecopyEcopy in it. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy resources ecopyEcopy key words/spellings, Conclusion: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy number charts, multiplication tables A rights-based, child-friendly school ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and alphabetecopyEcopy charts have been has two basic characteristics: It is a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy painted on the walls in some child-seeking and a child-centered ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classrooms. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy school. Above all, it must ecopyEcopy reflect an ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Most classrooms had materials environment of good quality ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy from the ecopyEcopy teacher training characterized by inclusiveness of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy programme ecopyEcopy on display in ecopyEcopy the children, ecopyEcopy effectiveness for learning, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classrooms. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy health and protection ofecopyEcopy children, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Most evidence of a child-friendly gender-sensitivity and involvement of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy approach was seen in nursery and children and family with communities. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy lower kindergarten levels. The key ecopyEcopy to success isecopyEcopy trained, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy All School Management motivatedecopyEcopy and child-friendly teachers ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Committee members interviewed who become friends, philosophers and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy reported positive changes in the guides to the children. ChildecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy way their children were being taught friendliness is deemed to be achieved ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and felt the overall ethos and only when the child proudly says, It is ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy approach of their particular school my school. I love going ecopyEcopy to school ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy had improved. everyday. I feel happy and comfortable ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy All teachers reported high levels there. I am not frightened of my ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of satisfaction with the training teachers. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Refernces: CHANCE (2013): Child-Friendly Teacher Training Project Monitoring and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy th Evaluation Report, Phase One, Education for Nepal, 5 February. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Delors J (1996): Learning: The Treasure Within Paris, United Nations Educational, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopySchools ecopyEcopy DFID (2010): Helpdesk Report: Child-Friendly and LearningecopyEcopy Outcomes, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Human Resource Development Center, Department For International Development, United Kingdom, 2nd July. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Gordon P (2008): Review of Sex, Relationships and HIV Education ecopyEcopy in Schools, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy http://www.unicef.org/teachers/ ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy UNESCO. (1996): What Makes a Good Teacher, Opinions from Around the World, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris. UNICEF (1996): Child-Friendly Schools Initiative Education News, Issue No.16, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy April. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy www.unicef.org/lifeskills/index_7260.html. 06 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Child-Friendly School Promotes ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Treatment Adherence ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Seenivasan P* ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Velusamy S** ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Chitra G*** ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy *Dr Seenivasan P, Head of the ecopyEcopy Department, Department of Community Medicine, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Stanley Medical College and Hospital, Chennai ** Dr Velusamy S, Head of theecopyEcopy Department, Department of Paediatric Neurology, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Stanley Medical College and Hospital, Chennai ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy *** Chitra G, M Phil scholar in Clinical Social Work, Department of Community ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Medicine, Stanley Medical College and Hospital, Chennai ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Introduction: for both the parents and the child. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Epilepsy is one of the worlds oldest Children with epilepsy usually feel ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy recognized conditions. Fear, anxious and may have low self-esteem ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy misunderstanding, discrimination and because of their condition which may ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy social stigma have surrounded erupt anytime and disrupt them and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy epilepsy for centuries. It is a others around. Going to school makes ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy neurological condition that knows no them feel anxious. They are scared ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy geographic, social, or racial of isolation from their classmates and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy boundaries. It occurs in men and their teachers, due to a possible ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy women and affects people of all ages, misunderstanding of their condition. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy though more frequently affecting The school environment is not friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy young people in the first two decades to child and the academic expectations ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy (0-20 years) of life and people over the are high among the parents.This leads ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy age of 60 years. It has been estimated to school refusal and the child may ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy that worldwide there are at least 50 develop aggression too. This ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy million people who have epilepsy increases the stress of the parents and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy affecting their lifestyle in many ways leads to poor treatment adherence. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and causing innumerable problems in adherence: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopyTreatment ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy their ADL (activities of daily living). In Govt. Stanley hospital, Chennai ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Problems of the school child: alone approximately 500 children were ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy In the school-going age the enrolled for Anti Epileptic Drug (AED) ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy expected role of the child is to go to treatment of whom hardly 200 are ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy school. But once a child is diagnosed regular to treatment. Paediatric ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy with epilepsy, it can be overwhelming epilepsy is such a complex medical ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 07 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy condition thatecopyEcopy its management ageincluding childhood. Some ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy continues to be a challenge for children develop epilepsy ecopyEcopy as a result ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy healthcare professionals and young of brain injury due to a severe head ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy patients. Non-adherence estimates injury; difficulties at birth; or ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopyaffects ecopyEcopy range from 12%-35% (Modi etecopyEcopy al., aninfectionwhich the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 2011) and poor adherence is brainsuchasmeningitis.Whatever be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy associated with higher seizure the causeecopyEcopy the school has a definitive ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy frequency and poor prognosis role in mitigating the physical, social ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Understanding epilepsy: and educational hardships these ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Epilepsy is a chronic disorder of the children face. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy brain that affects people in every Role of school: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy country of the world. It is characterized A child-friendly school regards ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy by recurrent seizures. Seizures are education as every childs right, and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy brief episodes of involuntary shaking helps to ecopyEcopy monitor the rights and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy which may involve a part of the body wellbeing of every child in the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy (partial) or ecopyEcopy the entire body community. A child-friendly school acts ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy (generalized) and sometimes in the interest of all the dimensions of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy accompanied by loss of consciousness wellbeing of the child, which includes ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and control ofecopyEcopy bowel or bladder his or her ecopyEcopy health, nutrition and overall ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy function. The episodes are a result of educational and social wellbeing. A ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy excessive electrical discharges in a schools role does not end with the exit ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy group of brain cells. Different parts of of the child from the school. A childecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the brain can be the site of such friendly school cares about what ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy discharges. Seizures can vary from the happens to children in their families ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy briefest lapses ofecopyEcopy attention or muscular and communities, before ecopyEcopy they enter ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy jerks, to severe and prolonged school and even after they ecopyEcopy leave it. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy convulsions. Seizures can also vary in Study report: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy frequency, from less than one per ecopyEcopy year A cross-sectional study on ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy to several per day. One seizure does treatment adherence on epilepsy was ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy not signal epilepsy (up to 10% of undertaken by a clinical social worker ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy people worldwide have one seizure in paediatric neurology department at ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy during their lifetimes). Epilepsy is Govt. Stanley medical college hospital, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy defined by two or more unprovoked Chennai. Totally 200 children (63% ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy seizures. boys and 37% girls) ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Epilepsycan start at ecopyEcopy any ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 08 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ranging from five years to 14 ecopyEcopy were background, where the parents went ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy included in this study. for daily wages and so have to leave ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Effect on schooling: for work ecopyEcopy much earlier before these ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Majority (92%) of the children children started to school. The inecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy were irregular to school and only 8% depth interview with few parents ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of the children were regular to reveals that they were not ecopyEcopy even aware ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy school of their children being irregular to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy About two-thirds of the children school. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy under study (65%) were under VoiceecopyEcopy of children: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy achievers with poor academic The children who participated in this ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy performance in school and the study felt that their parents and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy remaining 35% had least difficulty teachers were expecting too much ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy in their academic performance. from them academically, ecopyEcopy which they ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy More than two-thirds (67%) were unable to achieve. The parents ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy disliked their school environment and teachers seldom understand that ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy but could not specify the exact Neuro-cognitively these children have ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy reason for their dislike. been known to be at-risk for a variety ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy About 45% felt that their parents of neuropsychological deficits, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy expectations were high in their including deficits in overall intellectual ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy due ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy academic performance, to functioning, memory, attention, and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy which they felt stressed. executive functioning. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy About 72% felt that their teachers This study shows that ecopyEcopy 35% of the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy expectationsecopyEcopy were high, which they children felt lonely in their school, since ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy were unable to achieve. they were afraid of playing games and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 35% of the children were feeling the worry about seizure in class ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy lonely in school and only 39% ecopyEcopy of the loomed large. They were not sure how ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy children have good relationship with other children will react to their ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy their friends ecopyEcopy and peers. conditionecopyEcopy and hence withdrew from ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Discussion: others. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The study results show that majority NeedecopyEcopy for child friendly school: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of the children who participated in this SomeecopyEcopy children who take AED feel ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy study were irregular to school. When drowsy; some could not memorize ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy we correlate this with ecopyEcopy their everything though they spent more ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy demographic profile 97% of the time in school. So the school ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy children are from poor socio-economic ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 09 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy environment should be friendlier and interaction with peer and teachers ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the teachers and parents must indicates their increased level of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy understand the difficulty of the child acceptance of the childs condition. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy both cognitively and psychologically. This will promote the treatment ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Lack of understanding between the adherence on epilepsy. It keeps the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy child and parents/ teachers pushes the condition under control. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy child to behave differently (like Conclusion: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy aggressive behaviour, avoidance Teachers who show adequate care ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy behaviour, and even anti-social and concern for the safety of the child ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy behaviour). This unhealthy coping promote the confidence level of the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy strategies lead to poor treatment child and remove the confusion ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy adherence on epilepsy, which clouding the minds of other children ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy increases the burden of the disorder. thereby increasing the quality of life of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy As per a UNICEF report, a child- the child in school. Teachers who know ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friendly school acts in the interests of to deal with the child before, during and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the whole child, which includes his or after a seizure convert a disaster into ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy her health, nutrition and overall an opportunity to make other children ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy wellbeing. If the school environment is adequaltely understand epilepsy. The ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friendly to the child, the child attends child with epilepsy learns to live with ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy school regularly and so better the disorder taking necessary ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy performance and increased self-worth precaution and enjoying life as much ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy can be expected. A healthy social as possible. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy References: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy WHO (2012): Epilepsy Fact sheet No: 999, October 2012. Westerveld M (2010): ChildhoodecopyEcopy Epilepsy. In K. O.ecopyEcopy Yeates, D. M. Ris,ecopyEcopy H. G. Taylor, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy & B. F. Pennington (Eds.), Paediatric Neuropsychology: Research,ecopyEcopy Theory, and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Practice (pp. 71-91). New York: The Guilford Press. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Dunn D, Austin J, Harezlak J and Ambrosius W (2003): ADHD and Epilepsy in ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Childhood. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology , 45, 50-54. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Holdsworth L and Whitmore K(1974): A Study of Chidlren with Epilepsy Attending Ordinary Schools in Their Seizure Patterns, Progress, and Behavior in school. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy DevelopmentalecopyEcopy Medicine and Child Neurology , 16, 746-758 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Seenivasan P, Rohini M.D and Chitra G (2012): An Intervention Based Study on ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Adopting Person- In- Environment Model to Facilitate Treatment Adherence Among ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Children With Seizure Disorder Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R.Medical University, Chennai ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy http://www.epilepsysociety.org.uk/AboutEpilepsy/Epilepsyresources. www.unicef.org/cfs/ ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 10 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The Need for A FriendlyecopyEcopy Teacher at ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy All Levels of Education ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopySubramaniyan ecopyEcopy A L* ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy * Subramaniayan A L, Dept of Physics, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, MaduraiecopyEcopy 625 015, India ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Introduction: Multiple roles of a teacher: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy It is universally known that teacher Teacher is primarily a source of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy is a role modelecopyEcopy for the students and knowledge for the studentsecopyEcopy at all levels. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy also the key factor in shaping the But in addition to this teacher may have ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students future with respect to to take multiple tasks to satisfy him/ ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy knowledge and behaviour. During the her, the students and the educational ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy past decade the role of teacher has institute. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy changed fromecopyEcopy a distant academic 1) Teacher plays the primary role ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy personality to a ecopyEcopy closer relationship with of knowledge transmission to the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students. With the entry of international students. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy schools and foreign universities the 2) At nursery and primary levels, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy educational environment is shifting teachers are next to parents and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy from the sunject-centric to the learnerteaching at this level ecopyEcopy demands ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy centric. Thus the role of a teacher is extreme patience, love affection, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy changing from a pure academic take-it-easy attitude, reducing ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy instructor to a mentor, facilitator and himself/ herself to a child to satisfy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy also a counsellor in addition to the the tiny tots and lay their foundation ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy previous academic responsibilities. in academics. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The present generation students are 3) At ecopyEcopy secondary and higher ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy eagerly lookingecopyEcopy for their teachers with secondary level, teachers have to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy affection, care and friendly attitude to be a counsellor and a mentor. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ease their academic struggle. ecopyEcopy Child 4) At university level, the teachers ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friendly teachers (CFT) have ecopyEcopy also have to be a counsellor, guide a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy shown success in academics.ecopyEcopy The facilitator. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy author attempts here to discuss the Changes in the environment: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy need for friendly teachers, their A large percentage of the children ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy limitations and requirement at different belong toecopyEcopy the single-child category and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy educational strata such as primary, are groomed with a higherecopyEcopy investment ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy secondary, higher secondaryecopyEcopy and of love. Children are not given difficult ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy university levels. tasks by ecopyEcopy their parents ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 11 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and also experience the joy of getting for a demanding need forecopyEcopy friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy all they need, without even asking, teacher atecopyEcopy all age group of ecopyEcopy learners. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy from their parents. Todays parents can At nursery/ primary level: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy afford to spend ecopyEcopy more money on ecopyEcopy and Children meet the teachers for the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy give more comfort to their younger first time when they enter nursery and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ones but are notecopyEcopy able to spend quality PreKG/ LKG levels. It is a common ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy time with their children. In many cases experience for children toecopyEcopy cry when ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of residential environment teacher they depart from their parents ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy spends more time with child thanecopyEcopy the (separation anxiety) for first time for ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy parent. The younger generations are 2-3 hours and the teacher should be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy internet learners ecopyEcopy and get data by a ecopyEcopy click an all-time friend to the tiny tot. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of a mouse. Thus children also spend Friendliness and warmth ecopyEcopy attract the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy more time with Televisions and child to school education more than the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy computers than sharing their thoughts exciting games and new ecopyEcopy friends of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy with parents. same age group. In this context ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Problems ofecopyEcopy adolescents: ecopyEcopy teacher is a complete friend to the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy High school students face severe student. AecopyEcopy previous report also shows ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy stress in preparing for entrance or success in school education with child ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy competitive examinations and ecopyEcopy the friendly teachers (CFT). The changing ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy same also persists with university environment of classroom from black ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students in addition to their other board teaching to learning with models, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy personal problems. Difference of games orecopyEcopy interactive learning also ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy opinion between the child and parent, demands a friendly teacher. States like ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy deviating from ecopyEcopy childs interest is of Uttar Pradesh have shifted to child ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy much concern at the completion of friendly schools (CFS). Tamil Nadu ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy higher secondary level and preferred has made a child-friendly syllabus ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy job choice at university level may ecopyEcopy also ready andecopyEcopy is concentrating ecopyEcopy on training ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy create a gap between the student and the teachers for child-friendly syllabus ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy parent. On the whole todays learners as reported by Dhanya Parthasarathy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy are internet based and tech savvy but from 2006 itself. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy starved of parental affection (working At higher secondary levels: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy parents away ecopyEcopy from child), more Though children are highly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy stressed when they enter different individualistic when they enter the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy levels of education. This changing middle school, they still expect ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy environment may be the primary cause ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 12 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

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Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy them, giving a ecopyEcopy stern look, giving ecopyEcopy The teacher ecopyEcopy finds other ecopyEcopy students ecopyEcopy instruction moreecopyEcopy clearly, I dont like ecopyEcopy the are bullying ecopyEcopy the child because ecopyEcopy of his ecopyEcopy way you behave ecopyEcopy with your friend.ecopyEcopy Next obesity. An ecopyEcopy activity basedecopyEcopy session on ecopyEcopy time try to be more ecopyEcopy polite with ecopyEcopy your treating ecopyEcopy each other withecopyEcopy respect is ecopyEcopy friend and if youecopyEcopy are seen shouting ecopyEcopy then organized ecopyEcopy and help the other ecopyEcopy children ecopyEcopy you will miss games ecopyEcopy class. They ecopyEcopy use learn the ecopyEcopy life skill called empathy. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy a variety of teaching ecopyEcopy methods ecopyEcopy like # 03: ecopyEcopy A student constantly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy lectures, audio ecopyEcopy and visual aids, group ecopyEcopy misbehaves ecopyEcopy in the class. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy activity, games, ecopyEcopy role plays, skits ecopyEcopy and The teacher ecopyEcopy suspects ecopyEcopy domestic ecopyEcopy posters. They continuously ecopyEcopy monitor ecopyEcopy the violence.ecopyEcopy She spends time ecopyEcopy with the ecopyEcopy progress of theecopyEcopy child and discuss ecopyEcopy the student ecopyEcopy and gives him ecopyEcopy special ecopyEcopy same with the ecopyEcopy parents. They ecopyEcopy responsibilities ecopyEcopy in the class.ecopyEcopy She learns ecopyEcopy encourage learning ecopyEcopy by doing. ecopyEcopy more about ecopyEcopy the situation in ecopyEcopy his home ecopyEcopy Psychosocial ecopyEcopy support: ecopyEcopy and the ecopyEcopy parents are involved ecopyEcopy in the ecopyEcopy # 01: A childecopyEcopy falls sick often. ecopyEcopy discussion ecopyEcopy about the childs ecopyEcopy mental ecopyEcopy Teacher notices ecopyEcopy that a student ecopyEcopy falls health. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy sick often. The student ecopyEcopy is suffering ecopyEcopy from Conclusion: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy poor health andecopyEcopy the teacher is worried ecopyEcopy The extent ecopyEcopy to which school ecopyEcopy provides ecopyEcopy about his health. ecopyEcopy The teacher initiates ecopyEcopy a safe and ecopyEcopy supportive environment ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy a discussion with ecopyEcopy the parentsecopyEcopy and determines ecopyEcopy whether next generation ecopyEcopy is ecopyEcopy educates the ecopyEcopy parents about ecopyEcopy the educatedecopyEcopy and healthy in ecopyEcopy body, mind ecopyEcopy importance of treatment ecopyEcopy and offer ecopyEcopy to and spirit. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy link them with the ecopyEcopy clinic for assessment ecopyEcopy Child-friendly ecopyEcopy schoolsecopyEcopy if properly ecopyEcopy and makes a regular ecopyEcopy follow up with ecopyEcopy the managedecopyEcopy will adequately address ecopyEcopy the ecopyEcopy parents. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy inseparable ecopyEcopy twin goals of health ecopyEcopy for all ecopyEcopy # 02: Student ecopyEcopy A teases student ecopyEcopy B and education ecopyEcopy for all. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy for being obese. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy References ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Curtis D and Carter M (2003): Designs for Living ecopyEcopy and Learning Transforming ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Early Childhood Environments. St. Paul, MN: Red leaf Press. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. (2009). Belonging, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Being and Becoming the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia. Canberra, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ACT: Greenman J (2005): Caring Spaces, Learning Places Childrens Environments that ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Work. Redmond, WA: Exchange Press Inc. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Kennedy A and ecopyEcopy Stonehouse A (2004): Shared Visions for Outside School Hours ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Care. Melbourne: Department of Human Services. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 17 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Values - Role of Educational Institution ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Sheela Raghavan* ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy *Sheela Raghavan , Principal, T.I. Matriculation Higher Secondary School ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Ambattur, Chennai - 6000053 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Introduction: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy thinking, feelings and behaviour. Walia ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Schools are considered as the first (2000) stated that value based ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy formal society a child encounters after education ecopyEcopy system will leadecopyEcopy to love, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy their own family. Every situation respect, understanding and ecopyEcopy peace in ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teaches us how ecopyEcopy to and how not ecopyEcopy to our society.ecopyEcopy A lot of discussion has led ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy behave. This is education in the true to the fact that nothing is more effective ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy sense of the term. Moral values are than modeling if we want ecopyEcopy learning ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy part and parcel of education. When objectives to be achieved. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy we speak of moral values to teacher How do we model to inculcate ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy or Heads of institutions, the values? ecopyEcopyresponse ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy spontaneous is, we have Honesty examined: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy moral education classes in our We tell the students YouecopyEcopy must be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy curriculum. Can moral values be honest. How do we model it? Very ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy taught in a regular class which ends often, the father gets a phone call and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy up with an examination? This is what he asks his child to say he is not at ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy we need to think ecopyEcopy about. AccordingecopyEcopy to home. To the child, this is contradictory ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Rao (1996) the erosion of values and behaviour. He believes that values are ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy increasing cynicism in society has only in books and reality is something ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy brought the need ecopyEcopy for readjustments in very different. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the curriculum in order to make Model #ecopyEcopy 01: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the ecopyEcopy education a tool for cultivation of social During examinations, concept ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and moral values.ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of non-invigilation rooms was ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The need for value education: introduced. These are examination ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Lickona (1992) laid great stressecopyEcopy on halls where students could write ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the need on value education. He said examinations without being supervised ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy that value based education promotes by any teacher. Initially it was found ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ethical values and these values serve that the number of students who opted ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy as a base of good character. So, value to write in rooms without invigilators ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy education will make the citizens of a was as high as 60% in the secondary ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy country bearing good character. He (Stds IX and X) and higher secondary ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy defined characterecopyEcopy as a combination of classes (Stds XI and XII). ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 19 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

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Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Teaching -ecopyEcopy A Technique ecopyEcopy Child-Friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Rani Manda* ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Ragam K** ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Padma ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy * Dr Rani Manda , M.SW, M.A (PolSci),PhD , Asst Director, TCR&TI, Masab Tank, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Hyderabad-28 Ranimanda32@yahoo.in ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy **Padma Ragam K, MSW, Roda Mistry College, Gachibowli,Hyderabad-28 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Children ecopyEcopy are fond of imitating others Introduction: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy behaviour of the teachers The teaching approach is aecopyEcopy vital and friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy helps them to mould their character by factor in imparting lessons to the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy which makes them friendly in students. SomeecopyEcopy people argue forecopyEcopy strict imitation ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy future. approach of teaching while someecopyEcopy other ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Types of students: ecopyEcopy for friendly approach. The friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy At theecopyEcopy same time there are different approach is more efficient than the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy types of students. Some of them obey strict one but it is necessary to be strict ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and instructions of the in certain cases if required. If the the rules ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teachers, some do not. In this teacher becomes strict during teaching ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the teachers should try the students are always afraid ofecopyEcopy their circumstance, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy them in a friendly approach faults. As a result, they do not dare to to convince ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and if it fails then they should be strict. ask questions even if they do not ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Most of ecopyEcopy us look at classrooms as understand anyecopyEcopy topic. This may distract ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy places for serious learning and seldom the students from learning. The ecopyEcopy strict ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy where students enjoy approach of teaching gives rise to as a place ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy activities ecopyEcopy and have a say in what and frustration and in some cases ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy how one needs and wants to learn. The unexpected incidents. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy most important part of teaching and Friendly approach: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy learning is the learning environment, On the other hand, if teachers ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy especially the ways of how teachers follow the friendly approach of teaching ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy interact and how such an it is found that students become ecopyEcopy more and students ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy environment helps different children attentive to their study. The friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy learn to their best ability. ecopyEcopy teachers are always able to motivate ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Types of teachers: ecopyEcopy and convince ecopyEcopy their students. If the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Right ecopyEcopy from the time weecopyEcopy embark on teachers are friendly no fear works on ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy our education trip, we come across the students and they do not hesitate ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy different types of teachers. Some are to ask any questions which make the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classes interactive and enjoyable. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 22 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

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Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy his/her students. Such a teacher respect that and behave ecopyEcopy properly. All ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy will be, undoubtedly, missed by said and done, lenient teachers are the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students in his/her absence. No matter best. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy how good a teacher is, there are very Qualities of a lenientecopyEcopy teacher: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy few who can develop a true bond with A lenient teacher is always loved ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students. Only a friendly teacher is by his/ her students. Children dont like ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy capable of doing this, because to feel trapped in the classroom and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students consider him/her asecopyEcopy their detest teachers who are ecopyEcopy overly strict ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friend. and dont let them be at ease. On the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Constructive criticism: other hand, they totally adore a tolerant ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A friendly teacher never openly and relaxed teacher. However, some ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy criticizes a student in the class, to teachers are too laid back to be strict ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy humiliate him/ecopyEcopy her. Rather, he/ she and come across as lenient. They ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy always offers constructive criticism and certainly cannot be categorized as ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy encourages the students to take good teachers. It is good to be lenient ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy criticism in their stride and ecopyEcopy learn to a certain degree, but one should not ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy lessons from it. Young students are be over-indulging. Students can take ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy vulnerable and can be wounded if undue advantage of such an attitude ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy criticized in the wrong way. A friendly and become increasingly difficult to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teacher is always gentle with them. control. Moderation is the key here. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Lenient teacher: Students feel comfortable: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A lenient teacher is easygoing and The company of a lenient teacher ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy takes things as they come. He/ she is can be very comforting for the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy not overly finicky about things, such as students. At the same time, he/ she ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy doing homework on time or not sitting should know where to draw the line ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy quietly in the class. Such teachers very and make the students ecopyEcopy realize that ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy well realize that being strict with a child such boundaries need to be respected. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy can only make him/her withdraw. Children learn discipline and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy However, this does not mean that one obedience in school and it greatly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy can do anything in the class of a affects and shape their ecopyEcopy personality. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy pampering teacher. There are limits to Being generous to a fault is not ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the leniency shown by a teacher. The appreciable and can turn the child into ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students should not take undue indiscipline. However, a lenient teacher ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy advantage of such a teacher. If he/ she is someone whom the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy is not being too harsh, they should ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 24 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students, usually, open up to and students. Students have to be extra ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy look forward to attend his/her classes. cautious under such a teacher. He/ she ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The key here is to maintain a balance is like a disciplinarian, always keeping ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and still offer a soothing comfort to the students on their toes. Students who ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students. have a very strict teacher are ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Approachability: constantly forced to keep too high a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy The best thing about lenient vigil. Even if such a teacher has good ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teachers is that they are easily intentions, the students fail to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy approachable and not fussy. Students understand and appreciate them, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy feel free to come up to them for any because of their tender age. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy problem and are not scared to voice A strict teacher fails to touch the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy their opinions. A teacher has to be heart of his/her students, always ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy approachable even if he/ she is strict remains a teacher and failing to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy or reserved, but with a lenient teacher become a confidante of the students. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy it comes naturally. It is the greatest Students never respect such a teacher ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy quality that a teacher can possess. from the heart. They accept him/her ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Boost up students confidence: only out of compulsion or fear. A strict ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy It is important for a child to shed teacher will find it extremely difficult to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy inhibitions and grow confident with be loved by his/her students, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy progressing age. A lenient teachers especially, those belonging to a small ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy class is often morale boosting for the age group. Over a period of time, a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students. However, the teacher needs student may come to understand the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy to take care that this confidence intent of a strict teacher, but it is highly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy doesnt get converted into arrogance improbable that he/she will appreciate ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and disregard for the teachers or it. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy elders, in general. Generous teachers, A strict perfectionist: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy sometimes complain of not being taken There are many teachers who ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy seriously by their students, but the believe that they can earn a high ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students, most definitely, love them. esteem from students by keeping a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A strict/ perfectionist teacher: stern profile and an up-tight behaviour. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A strict teacher is very tough on However, such teachers fail to realize ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students. He/ she always insists on that the students will be scared to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy adhering to the deadlines. Such a approach them. They will never feel ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teacher dislikes any mistakes or free to ask questions or raise doubts ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy carelessness on the part of the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 25 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy in the class, which ecopyEcopy defeats the whole ecopyEcopy critical of ecopyEcopy their students and ecopyEcopy lash out ecopyEcopy purpose behind ecopyEcopy observing strictness ecopyEcopy on themecopyEcopy at the smallest ecopyEcopy of pretexts. ecopyEcopy with students. Harshness ecopyEcopy and severity ecopyEcopy They find ecopyEcopy it difficult ecopyEcopy to accept ecopyEcopy will only make ecopyEcopy the teacher ecopyEcopy less inaccuracy ecopyEcopy and want everything ecopyEcopy to be ecopyEcopy approachable for ecopyEcopy students. It isecopyEcopy very perfect,ecopyEcopy in accordanceecopyEcopy with their ecopyEcopy important to be ecopyEcopy gentle and aecopyEcopy little perfectionistic ecopyEcopy attitude. It ecopyEcopy is important ecopyEcopy flexible with the ecopyEcopy students. Inculcating ecopyEcopy to realize ecopyEcopy that achieving perfection ecopyEcopy is ecopyEcopy fear in theirecopyEcopy minds may invite ecopyEcopy an art which ecopyEcopy can be learnt ecopyEcopy only with ecopyEcopy complaints from ecopyEcopy their guardians ecopyEcopy in the time andecopyEcopy hence, studentsecopyEcopy should not ecopyEcopy long run. Besides, ecopyEcopy it will also adversely ecopyEcopy be forced ecopyEcopy into it. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy affect the psychology ecopyEcopy of a young child. ecopyEcopy A lovable ecopyEcopy teacher: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Discouraging ecopyEcopy attitude: ecopyEcopy A lovable ecopyEcopy teacher is likeecopyEcopy a god-send ecopyEcopy Some teachers ecopyEcopy are strict to ecopyEcopy the to the students. ecopyEcopy Such a teacher ecopyEcopy always ecopyEcopy extent that theyecopyEcopy terrify the students ecopyEcopy and wants toecopyEcopy see his/ her students ecopyEcopy smile ecopyEcopy consequentially, ecopyEcopy they will try not ecopyEcopy to and makes ecopyEcopy learning a pleasurable ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy attend classes ecopyEcopy altogether. TheirecopyEcopy strict experience. ecopyEcopy They are notecopyEcopy clumsy, as ecopyEcopy regime will discourage ecopyEcopy the students ecopyEcopy to most people ecopyEcopy think them toecopyEcopy be. Rather, ecopyEcopy abstain from their ecopyEcopy classes. TheyecopyEcopy try to they are ecopyEcopy witty and bring in ecopyEcopy humour in ecopyEcopy make excusesecopyEcopy for skipping classes, ecopyEcopy the mostecopyEcopy subtle form. Such ecopyEcopy teachers ecopyEcopy which harm their ecopyEcopy studies and ecopyEcopy affect try to bring ecopyEcopy a smile on theecopyEcopy lips of their ecopyEcopy their performance ecopyEcopy in the respective ecopyEcopy students ecopyEcopy always, lifting the ecopyEcopy sadness out ecopyEcopy subject. The student ecopyEcopy is so conscious ecopyEcopy of their students ecopyEcopy life. They ecopyEcopy are like ecopyEcopy of committing ecopyEcopy mistakes that he/she ecopyEcopy stress-busters ecopyEcopy in our life, who ecopyEcopy help us ecopyEcopy ends up doingecopyEcopy silly mistakes, which ecopyEcopy in forgetting ecopyEcopy all our sorrows. ecopyEcopy One ecopyEcopy invites further scathing ecopyEcopy criticismecopyEcopy from lovable teacher ecopyEcopy in a students ecopyEcopy life can ecopyEcopy a strict teacher ecopyEcopy and hurts his/her ecopyEcopy help himecopyEcopy make great progress ecopyEcopy in his ecopyEcopy confidence. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy studies, ecopyEcopy without feeling burdened ecopyEcopy by ecopyEcopy Over-criticism: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy them ever. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A strict teacher ecopyEcopy cannot accept ecopyEcopy any Agoodteacher: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy error or blunder ecopyEcopy on the part of ecopyEcopy the Agoodteacherdiscoversthetreasure ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students and ecopyEcopy can be ecopyEcopy very hidden inside ecopyEcopy each student ecopyEcopy he should ecopyEcopy contemptuous at ecopyEcopy such instances.ecopyEcopy Such havethequalities ecopyEcopy to ecopyEcopy bring out ecopyEcopy teachers make ecopyEcopy the studentsecopyEcopy feel allthelatent ecopyEcopy talentsof astudent. ecopyEcopy To ecopyEcopy embarrassed and ecopyEcopy ashamed ofecopyEcopy their helptheformation ecopyEcopy of ecopyEcopy character, ecopyEcopy mistakes. Strict ecopyEcopy teachers are ecopyEcopy over ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 26 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ateachermustcombinetheroleofa understand the psychology of their ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friend and a philosopher. He should students. Every student is different ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy allow students a free access into his from others and will react differently ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy personal association in the college, at to situations. All students cannot be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy home, in the library or at the equated and therefore, need individual ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy playground. He should give a free flow attention. An ideal teacher knows ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of love and attention to the students. where the students lack and what their ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy He should restrain students from evil requirements are. Teacher never fails ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ways. Besides, he must have intense to comprehend the needs of students ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy interest in theecopyEcopy career of students, love and tries his/her level ecopyEcopy best to fulfill ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy for their welfare and the attitude of them. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy treating students as sons and An Idol for students: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy daughters. Moreover, an An ideal teacher leaves a life-long ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy idealteachermust not hanker impression on his/ her students and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy aftermoney.Rather,heshouldtryat impactsecopyEcopy their mind in a ecopyEcopy positive way. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy his level best to be professionalecopyEcopy so that Teacher is a much valued asset, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy he can provide quality education. without whom one cant imagine a life. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Unless these ecopyEcopy inherent virtues ecopyEcopy remain In fact, perfect teachers are as ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy in a teacher, sheer intellect, diligence important as our parents. Not even a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy or practiced ecopyEcopy sternness of character single day of our life will seem to be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy cannot make ecopyEcopy him ideal. complete without them. ecopyEcopy They are the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Qualities of a good teacher: ones, whom the students can idolize ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Students have a tendency to and look up to. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy assume that their teacher will come up A good guide: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy with a solution for all their problems. Children up to a certain age trust ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy This is the successful bondage of a their teachers, even more than their ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy teacher-student relationship. ecopyEcopy parents. Therefore, ecopyEcopy it is the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Teachers are largely responsible to responsibility of an ideal teacher to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy solve the problems of their pupils, guide the pupil like his/ her own child. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy without expecting anything in return. It Such aecopyEcopy teacher shows ecopyEcopy students the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy is the benchmark of an ideal teacher right path under all circumstances and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy for which he/ she must have skills of never shies away from his/her duties. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy understanding pupils. In fact, ecopyEcopy he/she is always ecopyEcopy there by the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Understanding students: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy It is very important for a teacher to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 27 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students ecopyEcopy side, at ecopyEcopy the time of need. ecopyEcopy students. He ecopyEcopy should keep ecopyEcopy students ecopyEcopy A motivator: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy busy to make ecopyEcopy them happy. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy An ideal teacher ecopyEcopy never lets ecopyEcopy the Conclusion: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy limitations ecopyEcopy of his/her ecopyEcopy students restrict ecopyEcopy It is implied ecopyEcopy that schoolecopyEcopy is like a their ecopyEcopy vision. He/she ecopyEcopy constantly ecopyEcopy garden teacher ecopyEcopy is gardener ecopyEcopy and motivates ecopyEcopy themecopyEcopy to go ahead and ecopyEcopy students are ecopyEcopy plants in that. AsecopyEcopy gardener broaden ecopyEcopy their horizon. ecopyEcopy A teacher should ecopyEcopy takes careecopyEcopy of the plants with ecopyEcopy all his encourage ecopyEcopy and inspire ecopyEcopy his/her pupils ecopyEcopy efforts to grow ecopyEcopy and yield fruits. ecopyEcopy In the to ecopyEcopy think beyond their ecopyEcopy confines and help ecopyEcopy same way if ecopyEcopy the teacher imparts ecopyEcopy ideal them ecopyEcopy realize their ecopyEcopy talents as well asecopyEcopy the education ecopyEcopy with moral values ecopyEcopy to the need ecopyEcopy to pursue them ecopyEcopy with diligence. ecopyEcopy student, heecopyEcopy will develop in all ecopyEcopy spears ecopyEcopy An idealteacher: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of life andecopyEcopy develops nation. ecopyEcopy Thus, ecopyEcopy An ideal teacher ecopyEcopy is one who is loved ecopyEcopy teachers serve ecopyEcopy as the guiding ecopyEcopy force in and ecopyEcopy respected byecopyEcopy his students for ecopyEcopy his a studentsecopyEcopy life. They are responsible ecopyEcopy noble ecopyEcopy qualities. ecopyEcopy It is said that ecopyEcopy for moulding ecopyEcopy a students personality ecopyEcopy ateacheris ecopyEcopy anarchitect ecopyEcopy ofa nation. ecopyEcopy and shaping ecopyEcopy their mental orientation. ecopyEcopy He ecopyEcopy plays an important ecopyEcopy role in building ecopyEcopy Teachers deeply ecopyEcopy impact students ecopyEcopy lives up ecopyEcopy an educated nation. ecopyEcopy It is universally ecopyEcopy and direct ecopyEcopy the course of their ecopyEcopy future. admitted ecopyEcopy that no ecopyEcopy ideal education can ecopyEcopy One cannot ecopyEcopy deny the influence ecopyEcopy of ever ecopyEcopy be imparted ecopyEcopy without ecopyEcopy an teachers inecopyEcopy ones life. In fact, ecopyEcopy it would idealteacher.Henceineverysociety, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy not be an exaggeration ecopyEcopy to say ecopyEcopy that, till an ecopyEcopy ideal teacher ecopyEcopy is preferred ecopyEcopy by certain age, ecopyEcopy student life ecopyEcopy revolves anybody. ecopyEcopy He must ecopyEcopy make his students ecopyEcopy around their ecopyEcopy teachers. They ecopyEcopy are the confident ecopyEcopy and prove ecopyEcopy them intelligent. ecopyEcopy constant companions, ecopyEcopy until they ecopyEcopy grow He ecopyEcopy must make lessons ecopyEcopy interesting. ecopyEcopy He old enoughecopyEcopy to come out of their ecopyEcopy shadow should ecopyEcopy be a clearecopyEcopy speaker with good, ecopyEcopy and move ahead ecopyEcopy on their own. ecopyEcopy strong ecopyEcopy pleasing voice ecopyEcopy which is under ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy his ecopyEcopy control. He must ecopyEcopy be an actor ecopyEcopy to ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy holdtheattentionand ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy interestofecopyEcopy his ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy References: Naidu P J (2013): ecopyEcopy Anticipate and Act , Editorial, Journal of School Social Work, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Volume-X, Issue I,ecopyEcopy June, Pge: 2 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy www.unicef.org/teachers/teacher/teacher.htm ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy www.beyondteaching.com/cache/eduupdate/1922.php ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy www.indianexpress.com/news/an-ideal-teacher/1102063/ ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy www.sunstar.com.ph BacolodOpinion ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 28 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Child-Friendly Atmosphere ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A Child Rights Perspective ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Patrick Jude L * ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy *Patrick Jude L, M. Phil scholar in Clinical Social Work, Stanley Medical College, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Chennai 600001 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Introduction: Each individual has ecopyEcopy multitude of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Whoever invented our schools, I needs and we all aim at achieving ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy hate them, says Bakia, a fifth those needs. Are schools today ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy standard student. addressing the needs of the children? ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I am studying in tenth standard and If one asks the management, it may ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I am sandwiched between school say that we have fully furnished ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and home. ecopyEcopy I yearn to play but I am classrooms, equipped teachers, and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy restricted. ecopyEcopy The only mantra I am modernized teaching aids. All aimed ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy instructed is to study, study,ecopyEcopy study towardsecopyEcopy commercial end. Preparing ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ., painfully describes Tharun. children for the future is one of the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I love my ecopyEcopy school and thereecopyEcopy is no responsibilities of the society and this ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy better place in this world, cheers is shouldered by our schools. Growth ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Arun sixth standard student.ecopyEcopy should be uniform. For instance if only ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I will not forget the day when I was tissues in one part of the body grow ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy given 100 times imposition for not incessantly, that cannot be termed as ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy doing my maths homework, shares growth.ecopyEcopy That is an abnormality. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Mahathi studying in ninth standard. Similarly schools should not ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I cannot forget the playground in concentrate only on ecopyEcopy academic ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy which I fell and bled, smiles excellence but also promote holistic ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Vasanth showing his scar. ecopyEcopy wellness. Hence there is a need for ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy A mixed bag: child-friendly schools and ecopyEcopy child-friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy For many, school experiences teachers. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy unfold a positive nostalgia and for UNICEF manual: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy many harsh teachers, punishments, The child-friendly schools manual ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy heaps of home work, overcrowded produced by UNICEF highlights that ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classrooms bring back the nightmares quality of service provided should be ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy they had. We can find a mixture of the key concern. It should encompass ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy positive and negative feedbackecopyEcopy when the biopsychosocial empowerment of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy we interact with school children. the children: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Needs vary: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 29 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

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Ecopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy 4: 00 PM to ecopyEcopy 6: 00 PM specialecopyEcopy class sexual exploitation. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and 7: 00 PM to 9: 00 PM Maths A study conducted by ecopyEcopy the Ministry ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy tuition. This ecopyEcopy is the same with ecopyEcopy many of Women and Child Development ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy students preparing for their public in 2007 puts forth that 53.2% of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy exams. children in India have experienced ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy I used to pray that my tutor may one or more forms of sexual abuse, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy get some ailment so that I may get making India home to one of the ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy a leave. At ecopyEcopy times I have skipped largest populations ecopyEcopy of sexually ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy classes and spent time with my abused children. It strongly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy friends. The power cut was a indicates that the society itself ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy blessing. Whenever the power goes should be child-friendly. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy off I can come home early, these Conclusion: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy were some of the remarks of Jovian Schools can provide immense ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy who has just completed his twelfth opportunity to empower children on ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy standard. ecopyEcopy Play has become the their rights and to act ecopyEcopy as a body ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy least priority in many schools. supplementing those ecopyEcopy rights. By ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy They are weeping in the playtime creating a child friendly atmosphere, ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy of the others, in the country ecopyEcopy of the child rights can be safe guarded. In this ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy free . Elizabeth Barrett in her stance deciding upon child friendly ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy poem Cry ofecopyEcopy the Children describes space should be done inecopyEcopy conjunction ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy that children who were going for with school management,ecopyEcopy parents and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy work want to play along with others. children. Thus constructing a child ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Those children were burdened with friendly ecopyEcopy ambience would result in ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy work. Children of todays schools ensuring the rights of children. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy are loaded with study and pressure ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy from schoolecopyEcopy and home. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Article 34 confers right against ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Reference: ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy UNICEF (2006): Child-Friendly Schools Manual, New York. UNICEF Division of ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Communication ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy Contributors are requested to ecopyEcopy mention their subscription number and send ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy the articles byecopyEcopy e-mail to jssw.india@gmail.com also two hard copies by ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy and ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy post at least 10 clear days before the date of publication. Please mention ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy clearly authors name, their designations and all relevant information in a ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy separate sheet. ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ~Ed. ecopyEcopy 31 ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopyEcopy ecopy Journal of School Soial Wrk July 2013

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