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Cosmetology II

Cosmetology II

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Published by: Kratika Jain on Nov 18, 2010
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Government of KeralaDepartment of Education2006
STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING (SCERT)Vidyabhavan, Poojappura, Thiruvananthapuram-12
COSMETOLOGY&BEAUTY PARLOUR MANAGEMENT
VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARYVOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY
TEACHERS’ SOURCE BOOKSECOND YEAR
 
Prepared by:
State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT)Vidyabhavan, Poojappura, Thiruvananthapuram -12Kerala
 E-mail:scertkerala@asianetindia.com
Type setting by:
SCERT Computer Lab.
©
Government of KeralaEducation Department2006
 
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his Teacher’s Sourcebook on
Cosmetology and Beauty Parlour Management
introduces the teacher to the main principles and practices of the revised pedagogywhich is activity-based, process-oriented and learner-centred.The realisation that learning is not mere storing information in memory and thatreal learning is construction of knowledge through observation, comparison,classification and analysis has led us to give a new thrust to the teaching-learningprocess at Vocational Higher Secondary level to make it more meaningful andlearner-friendly.This sourcebook has been developed primarily for the benefit of teachers who teach
Cosmetology and Beauty Parlour Management
at Vocational Higher Secondarylevel. The subject matter has been dealt with utmost care, in tune with the revisedcurriculum and pedagogic principles. It is hoped that this book will enable theteacher to provide suitable learning activities for effective learning.The success of the approach depends upon the vision and commitment of theteacher. They are expected to make use of this sourcebook at all stages of theirteaching process. It is also expected that the teacher would seek help and guidancefrom other sources like libraries and websites.Hope that this sourcebook will help the teacher to develop the skills and experiencerequired for effective classroom transaction.Creative criticism and suggestions for improvement are most welcome.With regards,Thiruvananthapuram
Dr E. Valsala Kumar
July, 2006
Director
SCERT, Kerala

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