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Current trends and

issues in education
Child centered education
Participatory approach
Changes based on mathetic principle
2.Teachers role
Role changed from dictator to a friend of
No spoon feeding
No authoritarian figure
3.Activity centered
Leaning by doing
Provide knowledge and skills essential for
leading good life
Motivate students to do experiments
4.Creative education
Good medium to develop original thought and
5.More community participation
Parent teachers association
Solves community problems
More parents participation in children's
6.More reliance on tecnology
Cost effectiveness of technology based
educational program me is good than
traditional program
Simplifies teaching leaning process
Solves the emerging problems
Introduces newer technology
7.Increased acceptance of non formal
type of education
Correspondence education
Distance education
Education through study centers and regional
8.Restructuring international
Integrating and correlating various subjects
Eg.Bsc botany
9.Increased opportunities for highier
Educational loans for education
10.Methods of appraisal
Latest methods of evaluation based on a
vision of learning and well defined
More objective
11- innovation in teaching and learning
Helps in intellectual, personal and career
development of youth
12-educational quality assurance
Concerned about quality ,cost effectiveness
and accountability
13- emergence of individual as a
teaching unit
Teachers of today realize the for presenting
learning experience to suit individual
difference existing among pupils
14 commercialization of education
and presence of foreign universities
Government is withdrawn slowly from
providing higher education and allowing
private sector to play a major role
Trends and issues in
nursing education
Trends and issues in nursing education
Curriculum changes
Innovations in teaching and leaning
Educational quality assurance
More reliance on technology
Emphasis on high tech- high- touch
Preparation of global nurses
Transnational acceptance
Ensuring a promising career
Emergence of new specialties
Increased opportunities for higher studies
Preferance to short term clinical programmes
than post graduate programme
Potential shortage of nurse educators
Diminishing government role
Uniformity and standardization