Life Satisfaction of a Teacher; A journey of Positive Attitude

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Author Name :- Shilpa Mathur,Dr. Sonika Kakkar,

Journal type:- NJRIP-National Journal of Research and Innovative Practices

Research Field Area :-  Department of Education ; Volume 4, Issue 5, No. of Pages: 5 

Your Research Paper Id :- 2019050118

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Abstraction :-

Education is a continuous process. It may be formal, informal or non-formal. In formal education teacher has a very important place in improvement in education. Teacher’s role in society has been changing with time but the importance of this position is same. The teacher is the pre-requisite of the success of educational programmes. The main quality of the teacher is the positive attitude towards education. He or She must have the ability to get satisfied from their respective jobs. Therefore educational programme should inculcate the qualities in teacher, so that they may produce their best to impart education to students. The attitude of teacher towards education influences the nature and extent of their participation in the education and related educational programme. Developing teachers with desirable attitude or by shaping their attitude in desired, effective and productive learning on the part of pupils can be achieved. Education is a man making process; its specific role is to accelerate the holisctic development of the body, mind, intellect and emotions. The system of education in India has conformed to the ideals and the objectives that the people have been setting before themselves. Education is a continuous process and is promoted by almost every experience in life. Everyone who remembers his own educational experience remembers teachers, not their method and techniques.

Keywords :- 

Education, Life Satisfaction

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