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RIGHT TO EDUCATION (RTE)

ACT -2009
MAJOR PROVISIONS

Equity, Equality and Quality Education for every child


All round development of every child
Experimental and Active Learning process
Child friendly class room
School environment free from fear and punishment

Child friendly and Continuous assessment


Community partnership and community ownership

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF TEACHER


Maintain Regularity and Punctuality in attending School
Complete Curriculum in accordance with the specified provisions and
time
Assess the learning ability of each child and provide supplementary
instructions accordingly

Maintain Cumulative Record of every child


Hold regular meetings with parents and apprise them of the progress of
the child
Not to engage in private tuitions or take part in any private teaching
activities
Perform other assigned duties from time to time

HOW TO DEAL WITH CHILDREN?


Appreciate children for their good behavior
Focus on the positive side of every child
Do not compare performance of any child with other child
Use motivational rewards for demonstrating values like honesty,
responsibility and caring
Ignore minor lapses
Recognise children need help not punishment
Adopt a mechanism for children to express their grievances

SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF POSITIVE DISCIPLINE


Respect the childs dignity
Develop pro-social behavior, self-discipline and character
Maximize childs active participation
Respect the childs developmental needs and quality of life

Respect the childs motivation and views of life


Ensure fairness, equity and non-discrimination and justice
Promote solidarity