The ancient Indian education system of India is based on the medical philosophy that falls into the intensive science environment and practical learning.
The home based education system provides learning adaptation and adaptation to students, focusing on skills development.
These include the elements of spiritual, mental, emotional and prosperity, thus creating young individuals who are willing to oppose the challenges of life.
However, with the advent of Indian colonization, the educational system developed into a system of more structured curriculum and theory, where some subjects were taught, but in silo, confined the four classroom walls of children, with minimal focus on applications practical subjects into the real world.
With India’s advance in the curve determined over the last decade
teachers developed into two categories. Those who work for six to eight hours, continue to speak and do good. And other categories of teachers, who believe in teaching are ways to contribute to nation building.
They will love it, and you want to transform the society with great thoughts.They align themselves with Chanakya, one of India’s most famous philosophers and teachers all the time, it is very unlikely that the future generations of humans in the hands of teachers and teachers- teacher.
Teachers are very motivated and self motivated. It inspires children to dream great dreams and make a lasting impression on their souls.
Teaching is a unique and comfortable profession that requires people to take heart, soul and mind. With digital advances and technology, there are many online learning machine tools, which provide information, but not knowledge.
And information can be misinterpreted, but uneducated.
Therefore, teachers will always be standing for interchangeable machines, as teaching is about building the nation’s future, by forming the thinking and action of the younger generation, which will contribute a lot to the country’s economic development.
The Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji, in his Special Address Teacher’s Day in 2014, clearly confirms the fact that the identity of the trainee teacher, and it is the teacher who will make the future generation of India.
For the most part, teachers do not stop at four school walls, but one can find teachers in their parents, relatives, friends, colleagues and lectures.
In fact, every individual at one point in their life is a role as a teacher and affects the lives of the people, whether students at school, children at home, friends or colleagues at work, and others.
Therefore, teaching is a process of life, in which there is a unique emotional relationship between the teacher and the student, which can not be understood but only visible to the individual, then.
However, in the current Indian learning model, students and teachers can not build emotional relationships and all focus is on refining the syllabus and giving high marks on the exam.
However, the Government.
India has recently set up an Atink Tinkering Labs learning model in high school. Labs provide different micro-environments, giving children the freedom to solve the problem. Tinkering labs are free from standard teaching pedagogy.
Teachers have been appointed to design your own theme for hand-on problem solving, thus enabling children to learn life skills in the 21st century of team work, mind and critical analysis, problem solving, by ‘learning with doing’approach.
Labs encourage children from different working age groups for teams to identify a variety of issues and develop innovative solutions, leading to a multi-disciplinary and integrated approach.
The program begins with the most successful Finnish education system in the world, emphasizing self-methodology. This system allows the flexibility for teachers to explore new pedagogia and manage like the needs of students.
The role of transformational teacher becomes more mentor.
The system believes in promoting cooperation and competition. Students can choose the areas of interest and learn about them from different perspectives of science, mathematics and social sciences, thereby providing the freedom to grow as an individual.
It also finds some similarities with the ancient Gurukul Indian education, where the teaching method is based on Practice principles hands-on, exposure to real-world situations, reasoning and questions.
The ancient Gurukul system focuses on individual development, more than the theoretical subjects. Teachers and children.