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1 B.Ed. (Spl. ODL.) PROGRAMME Semester Paper Nature Paper Code Title of the Paper Credit Marks First Semester B. Ed. SE-0 Human Growth and Development 00 B. Ed. SE-0 Contemporary India and Education 00 Theory Compulsory B. Ed. SE-0 Introduction to Sensory Disabilities 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Introduction to Neuro Developmental Disabilities 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Introduction to Locomotor and Multiple Disabilities 0 Practical B. Ed. SE-PE-0 Cross and Inclusion ( Part of area-b) 0 Second B. Ed. SE-06 Learning Teaching and Assessment 00 Semester Theory Compulsory B. Ed. SE-07 Inclusive Education 0 Theory Elective (Any one) Theory Elective (Any one) B. Ed. SE-7 Assessment and Identification of Needs (HI) 00 B. Ed. SE-8 Assessment and Identification of Needs (VI) 00 B. Ed. SE-9 Assessment and Identification of Needs (MR) 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Hindi Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of English Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Maths Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Biological Sciences Teaching 00 Practical B. Ed. SE-PE-0 Specialization (Part of area C) 0 Third Semester Theory Elective (Any one) Theory Elective (Any one) Theory Elective (Any one) B. Ed. SE-7 Curriculum Design Adaptation and Evaluation (HI) 00 B. Ed. SE-8 Curriculum Design Adaptation and Evaluation (VI) 00 B. Ed. SE-9 Curriculum Design Adaptation and Evaluation (MR) 00 B. Ed. SE-7 Intervention and Teaching Strategies (HI) 00 B. Ed. SE-8 Intervention and Teaching Strategies (VI) 00 B. Ed. SE-9 Intervention and Teaching Strategies (MR) 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Social Studies Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Physical Sciences Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Commerce Teaching 00 B. Ed. E- Pedagogy of Home Science Teaching 00 Practical B. Ed. SE-PE-0 Part II Specialization (Part of area C) 00

2 Fourth Semester Fifth Semester Theory Elective (Any one) Theory Elective (Any one) Theory Elective (Any one) Practical B. Ed. SE-0 Guidance and Counseling 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Childhood care and Education 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Applied Behavior analysis 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Community based Rehabilitation 0 B. Ed. SE-0 Application of ICT in Classroom 0 B. Ed. SE-06 Gender and 0 B. Ed. SE-07 Braille and Assistive Devices 0 B. Ed. SE-7 Technology and : HI 00 B. Ed. SE-8 Technology and Education of the Visually Impaired 00 B. Ed. SE-9 Technology and : MR 00 B. Ed. SE-7 Psycho Social and Family Issues : HI 0 B. Ed. SE-8 Psycho Social and Family Issues : VI 0 B. Ed. SE-9 Psycho Social and Family Issues : MR 0 B. Ed. SE-PE-0 Main disability special school Related area C 00 B. Ed. SE-PE-0 Reading and Reflecting on texts 0 B. Ed. SE-PE-06 Drama and Art in Education 0 Theory Compulsory B. Ed. SE-08 Basic Research & Basic Statistics 0 Theory Elective (Any one) Practical B. Ed. SE- Orientation and Mobility 0 B. Ed. SE- Communication options : Oralism/ Aural Rehabilitation and Auditory Approach 0 B. Ed. SE- Communication options : Manual options 0 B. Ed. SE- Management of Learning 0 B. Ed. SE- Vocation Training, Transition and Job Placement 0 B. Ed. SE-PE-07 Field Engagement/Internship-Main disability special School (Related to area C) B. Ed. SE-PE-08 Field Engagement/Internship-Other disability special school (Related to area B) B. Ed. SE-PE-09 Field Engagement/Internship-Inclusive Education (Related to area B&C)

3 First Semester B. Ed. SE-0: Human Growth & Development Approaches to Human Development Theoretical approaches to development The Early Years (Birth to Eight Years) Middle childhood to adolescence (From nine years to eighteen years) Transitions into Adulthood Concepts and Principles of growth and development Stages of Human Development Developmental Domains Cognitive & Social-cognitive theories (Piaget, Vygotsky, Bruner, Bandura) Psychosocial theory (Erikson) and Psychoanalytic theory (Freud) 6 Bio Ecological Theory (Bronfrenbrenner) and Holistic theory of Development (Steiner) 7 Prenatal Birth and Neonatal Development 8 Milestones in Development 9 Environmental factors influencing early childhood development 0 Emerging capabilities across domains related to physical, social, Emotional, cognitive, creativity and ethics Issues related to puberty Influence of the environment (Social, cultural, political) on the growing child Psychological Well-being, Formation of identity and Self-concept Emerging roles and responsibilities Life Skills and Career Choices B. Ed. SE-0: Contemporary India and Education Philosophical Foundations of Education Understanding Diversity Contemporary Issues and Concerns Education Commissions and Policy Issues and Trends in Education Education: Concept, scope and Agencies of Education: School, family, community and media Philosophies of Education: idealism, naturalism, pragmatism, existentialism, humanism, constructivism and connectionism Indian thinkers (Gandhi, Tagore, Krishna Murthy, Aurobindo) and Contemporary Indian Perspective Concept and Types of Diversity: Gender, linguistic, cultural, socio-economic and disability Diversity in learning and play 6 Addressing diverse learning needs and Global Perspective of Diversity 7 Universalisation of School Education and its related issues, Rights to Education and Universal Access 8 Issues of quality and equity: Physical, economic, social, cultural and linguistic, particularly w.r.t girl child, weaker sections and disabled 9 Equal Educational Opportunity and Inequality in Schooling 0 Constitutional provisions on education National Commissions and Acts, Policies on Commission (96), NPE and POA (986, 99), National Policy for Persons with Disabilities (006) Programmes, Schemes, International Conventions and policies Challenges and issues of Education from preschool to senior secondary Inclusive education and special schools Community participation and community based education

4 B. Ed. SE-0: Introduction to Sensory Disabilities Hearing Impairment: Nature & Classification Impact of Hearing Loss Visual Impairment- Nature and Assessment Educational Implications of Visual Impairment Deaf-blindness Importance of hearing and Types of sensory impairments: Single (Hearing Impairment & visual Impairment) & Dual sensory impairment (Deaf-blindness) Process of hearing & its impediment leading to different types of hearing loss Hearing loss: Definitions and Challenges arising due to congenital and acquired hearing loss Characteristics and impact of hearing impairment on communication and issues of hearing loss Communication options, preferences & facilitators of individuals with hearing loss 6 Literacy development and scholastic achievement of students with hearing loss and technological support 7 Process of Seeing, Blindness and Low Vision- Definition, Classification 8 Demographic Information- NSSO and Census 0 9 Importance of Early Identification, Intervention and Functional Assessment Procedures 0 Effects of Blindness and Selective Educational Placement Teaching Principles Expanded Core Curriculum and Assistive Devices Concept and Areas Definition, causes, classification, prevalence and characteristics of deaf blindness, Effects and Implications of deaf-blindness on activities of daily living & education Screening, Assessment, Identification & Interventional strategies of deaf blindness Educational needs of students with deaf-blindness B. Ed. SE-0: Introduction to Neuro Developmental Disabilities Learning : Nature, Needs and Intervention Intellectual : Nature, needs and intervention Autism Spectrum Disorder: Nature, needs and intervention Definition, Types and Characteristics Tools and Areas of assessment Strategies for reading, writing and maths Curricular adaptation, IEP, Further Education Transition Education, life long Education 6 Definition, Types and Characteristics 7 Tools and Areas of assessment 8 Strategies for functional academics and social skills 9 Assistive devices, Adaptations, Individualized Education Plan, Person centered plan, Life skill Education 0 Vocational training and independent living Definition, Types and Characteristics Tools and Areas of assessment Instructional Approaches Teaching Methods Vocational training and career opportunities

5 B. Ed. SE-0: Locomotor and Multiple Disabilities CP: Nature, Types and its Associated Conditions; Cerebral Palsy (CP) Assessment of Functional Difficulties of CP including Abnormalities of Joints and Movements (Gaits); Provision of Therapeutic Intervention and Referral of Children with CP; Implications of Functional Limitations of Children with CP in Education and Creating Prosthetic Environment in School and Home: Seating Arrangements, Positioning and Handling Techniques at Home and School; Facilitating Teaching- Learning of Children with CP in school, IEP, Developing TLM; Assistive Technology to Facilitate Learning and Functional Activities. 6 Definition, Meaning and Classification Amputees, Polio, Spinal Cord 7 Assessment of Functional Difficulties Injuries Spina-bifida and 8 Provision of Therapeutic Intervention and Referral Muscular Dystrophy 9 Implications of Functional Limitations for Education and Creating Prosthetic Environment in School and Home: Seating Arrangements, Positioning and Handling Techniques at Home and School 0 Facilitating Teaching- Learning: IEP, Developing TLM; Assistive technology Multiple Disabilities: Meaning and Classifications Multiple Disabilities and Other Disabling Conditions Various Combinations of Multiple Disabilities and Associated Conditions Such as Epilepsy, Motor an Sensory Conditions, Other Disabling Conditions Such as Leprosy Cured Students, Tuberous Sclerosis and Multiple Sclerosis Implications of Functional Limitations for Education and Creating Prosthetic Environment in School and Home: Seating Arrangements, Positioning and Handling Techniques at Home and School Facilitating Teaching- Learning: IEP, Developing TLM; Assistive technology

6 Second Semester B. Ed. SE-06: Learning, Teaching and Assessment Human Learning and intelligence Learning process and motivation Teaching learning Process Overview assessment and school system Assessment: Strategies and Practices Human learning: Meaning, definition and concept formation Learning Theories:- Behaviorism: Thorndike, Skinner,Concerns for Cognitivism and Social constructism Intelligence and Creativity:- Concept and Theories Sensation, Attention and Perception Memory and Thinking and Problem Solving 6 Motivation: Nature and Theories 7 Maxims and Methods of Teaching 8 Stages and Models of Teaching 9 Leadership and role of Teacher in classroom, School and Community 0 Concepts in School Evaluation Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Formative and summative evaluation Strategies and Procedures Assessment of diverse learners Schools examinations B. Ed. SE-07: Inclusive Education Introduction to Inclusive Education Policies & Frameworks Facilitating Inclusive Education Inclusive Academic Instructions Marginalization vs Inclusive Education, Segregation and Integrations Principles of Inclusive Education and Diversity in Classroom Barriers to inclusive Education Universal Declaration of Human Rights International conventions and Frameworks 6 National policies, Programmes, Acts and Commission 7 Gifted Children 8 Family & Community support involvement for Inclusion 9 Resource Mobilization for Inclusive Education B. Ed. SE-7: Assessment and Identification of Needs (Visual Impairment) Anatomy And Physiology of Human Eye Types of Visual Impairment and Common Eye Disorder Factors Effecting Visual Impairment Identification and Assessment of Visual Impairment Learning Needs of VI Children Structure and Function of Human Eye, Principal of Refraction & Refraction Errors Normal Vision Development Concept and Definition of Blindness and low vision Types of Visual Impairment Common Eye Disorders 6 Educational Implication of different Eye Disorder 7 Factors affecting Visual Impairment 8 Effect of Visual Impairment on Growth & Development 9 Education for VI Children 0 Clinical Assessment of Vision Functional Assessment of Vision Tools for Psychological Assessment of VI Children Impact of Visual Impairment on Development Impact of Visual Impairment on Learning Multidisciplinary Assessment of VI Children

7 B. Ed. SE-8: Assessment and Identification of Needs (Hearing Impairment) Concept and early identification hearing loss Early Identification of Behavioral identification Hearing Loss Sign and Symptoms for hearing loss Audiology Assessment Assessment of Language & Communication Assessment of Speech Educational Assessment Orientation: Auditory Milestones in children (0- years) Assessment & Methods of Assessment 6 Audiograms & Audiometer 7 Communication & Language 8 Impact of Deafness on Communication 9 Tools for Assessing communication and Language 0 Basics of Articulation & Phonology Milestones of speech development, supra segmental aspects of speech Speech Intelligibility Educational Assessment & its Types Tools and techniques of Educational Assessment Current Trends & Challenges in Assessment B. Ed. SE-9: Assessment and Identification of Needs (Mental Impairment) Mental Retardation: Concept, Meaning and Nature Mental Retardation Nature & Causes and Prevention Needs Classification, Identification and Characteristics Assessment Assessment at Pre School and School level Assessment at Adult and Vocational Levels Assessment of Family Needs Assessment: Concept, Meaning, Purpose and Types Areas of Assessment 6 Methods of Assessment 7 Importance of Assessment at pre school and school level 8 Assessment tools for school level 9 Documentation and its relation to inclusion 0 Assessment for Transition from school to work Significance & Tools for Independent living Provision and schemes for vocational skill development Assessment of Family & parental needs Assessment to conduct advocacy and skill development programmes Assessment of family and community resources

8 B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Hindi Teaching B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of English Teaching Foundations of English Language English Language- English Language -II Assessment of and for English Language Learning Learning Resource in English Language Nature of English Language Learning of English Language Curriculum Reforms in School English Language Teaching of Listening Developing Speaking/ Oral Activities 6 Speaking Activities and Listening Comprehensive 7 The Reading Process and Developing Reading Skills 8 Teaching Writing and Study Skills 9 Teaching Grammar 0 Stating Measurable Objectives Construction of Test Items and Test Diagnosing and Remedial Work in English Language Teaching Meaning, Types, function, Preparation and Utilization of Learning Resources Text Book, Drama, Debate and Speech Programme Language Laboratory and English Language Teacher

9 B Ed SE : Pedagogy of Mathematics Teaching Block- Foundations of Mathematics Block- Mathematics-I Block- Mathematics-II Block- Assessment of and for Mathematics Learning Block- Learning Resource in Mathematics Nature of Mathematics Learning of Mathematics, Psychology of Learning and Teaching of Mathematics Constructivism and Enactivisms Curriculum Reforms, Aims and Objectives of Teaching Mathematics Teaching of Mathematical Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Mathematics in Groups, Group Work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Teaching for Understanding Proof 8 Teaching Problem Solving in Mathematics, Definition and Importance 9 Problem Solving in Algebra and Geometry 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, Problems Solving and Proof Construction of Test Items for Assessing Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Construction of Question Paper Learning Resources; Meaning, Types Preparation and Utilization of Resources Text Book, Calculators, Models and Computers, Graphic Calculators The Mathematics Laboratory, Mathematics Outside and in the Classroom B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Biological Science Teaching Foundations of Biological Sciences Biological l Sciences -I Biological Sciences -II Assessment of and for Biological Sciences Learning Learning Resource in Biological Sciences Nature of Biological Sciences Learning of Biological Sciences, Psychology of Learning and Teaching of Biological Sciences, Constructivism and Enactivism Curriculum Reforms; Aims and objectives of Teaching Biological Sciences Teaching of Biological Sciences Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Biological Sciences in Groups, Group Work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Co-Curricular and Non Formal Approaches in Biological Science Learning 8 Programmed Instruction in Biological Science Learning 9 New Approaches in Biological Science Teaching 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, Problems Solving and Project Method Construction of Test Items For Assessing of Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Constructions of Question Paper Learning Resources; Meaning, Types Preparation and Utilization Of Resources Text Books, Journals, Handbooks, Students Work Books The Biological Sciences Laboratory, Biological Sciences Outside And in the Classroom

10 Third Semester B. Ed. SE-7: Curriculum Designing, Adaptation and Evaluation: H I Curriculum- Concepts, Types and Models Curriculum and its Designing Approaches and Steps for Curriculum Designing Curricular Needs in Scholastic and non-scholastic Areas Developing Literacy Skills: Reading Developing Literacy Skills: Writing Curricular Adaptation Curricular Evaluation Reading Skills and its Assessment Approaches and Strategies to Develop Reading Skills and Independent Reading 6 Types, Models and Challenges of Developing Reading Skills and Remedial Strategies 7 Writing Skill 8 Components and types of writing 9 Steps, Challenges and Strategies in Developing Writing 0 Curricular Adaption- Meaning, Principles, Types and Process of Adaptation Assessment and Decision Making for Adaptation Adapting Curriculum- Content, Teaching, Learning Material and Instruction Curricular Evaluation: Concept and Need Methods, Tools and Areas of Curricular Evaluation Challenges in Curricular Evaluation B. Ed. SE-8: Curriculum, Adaptation and Expanded Curriculum: VI Curriculum- Need and Types. Curriculum Approaches in Special Education. Curriculum Planning and Implementation Concept and Types of Curriculum Teaching Functional Academics Skills Teaching of Independent Living Skills Curriculum Adaptation Curricular Activities Methods and Techniques of teaching. Techniques of teaching Braille. 6 Braille aids and other devices for Print reading and writing. 7 Independent Living Skills. 8 Daily Living Skills and Sensory Efficiency. 9 Techniques of Teaching social interaction skills. 0 Curricular Adaptation and Accommodation Planning of lesson for teaching and TLM. Pedagogical Strategies. Adaptation of physical education activities Creative arts for the children with visual impairment Agencies/organizations promoting- sports, culture and recreation activities B. Ed. SE-9: Curriculum Designing, Adaptation and Evaluation: Mental Retardation Curriculum: Concept, Principles and Designing. Curriculum Designing Domains of Curriculum. Development of Curriculum. Curriculum at Pre-school and Primary School level Curriculum at Secondary, Prevocational and Vocational Level Curricular Adaptations Curricular Evaluation Early Child Education and its Domains. Sensitization at Family & School. 6 Implication of Pre-School and Primary levels 7 Curriculum domains at Secondary, Pre-Vocational and Vocational Level. 8 National Skill Development Scheme (NSDS by MSJ&E). 9 Implications of Placement for Inclusion. 0 Need for Curricular Adaptations, Accommodation and Modification. Adoption, Accommodation and Modification for Pre-Academic Curriculum, Academic Curriculum and Co-Curriculum. Adaptation, Accommodation and Modification for School subjects. Curricular Evaluation: Concept, Types & Approaches. Emerging Trends in Evaluation. Differential Evaluation of PWID in Inclusive Setup.

11 B. Ed. SE-7: Interaction and Teaching Strategies: Hearing Impairment Need and Strategies for Early intervention of Hearing Loss Auditory Learning & Speech Reading Speech Interaction Strategies Communication and Language Teaching Strategies Educational Intervention Strategies B. Ed. SE-8: Interaction and Teaching Strategies: VI Parent- Instant Programme for Children with H I and Pre-school training programme Individual Speech- Language Therapy. Impact of early intervention and intervention of late identified children. Auditory listening and Auditory training Auditory verbal therapy and role of teacher. 6 Speech reading and role of Teacher 7 Approaches to Teaching speech and Orientation to acoustics of speech 8 Formulation of Lesson plan and Strategies for Production of Speech. 9 Individual and Group Speech Teaching. 0 Methods of teaching language. Principles and Techniques of Developing language. Communication options. Educational interventions. Maxims, Methods of teaching & lesson Planning Partnership of various professionals agencies in educational intervention. Intervention for latterly blinded students. Theoretical perspective Mediated teaching learning and its procedure. Enriched teaching for concept development. Mathematics Science Social Science Teaching of Children with low vision B. Ed. SE -9: Interaction and Teaching Strategies: MR Mathematics Phobias and Conceptualization of Mathematical ideas Mental arithmetic ability and use of tactile materials 6 Evaluation procedures with special reference to the needs of children with visual impairment 7 Science Teaching learning materials and equipment 8 Problem solving and learning by doing for visually impaired students 9 Evaluation procedure with particular reference to practical and adaptations in examination questions. 0 Techniques of preparation and presentation of adopted tactile maps, Diagrams, Globe and use of different types of models Teaching skills: Dramatization, narration, Explanation, storytelling and role play Evaluation of concepts and skills in social science with particular reference to geography Visual stimulation (concept and procedure) and selection of an appropriate medium of reading and writing Techniques and procedure for developing reading and writing skills Orientation and mobility for low vision children and classroom management Early intervention: Concept and Significance. Intervention Intervention Techniques and Documentation Implication of Early intervention for Pre-school inclusion Individualized Education Programme Teaching Strategies and TLM Intervention for Mal- Adoptive Behavior Therapeutic Intervention IEP: Need & Historical Perspective. IEP for PWIO and associated conditions 6 Application of IEP for Inclusion 7 Stages of Learning and Multi sensory approaches. 8 Principles of Teaching and Teaching strategies. 9 Development and use of TLM for ID 0 Identification of mal-adoptive behavior Functional analysis and cognitive behavior Techniques (CBT) Management of Maladaptive behavior and Ethical issues. Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, yoga and play therapy. Speech therapy- and hearing disorders and intervention. Therapeutic intervention: Visual and performing arts

12 B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Social Studies Teaching Block Foundations of Social Studies Social Studies -I Social Studies-II Assessment of and for Social Studies Learning Resource in Social Studies Unit B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Physical Science Teaching Title Nature of Social Studies Learning of Social Studies, Psychology of Social Studies, Learning and Teaching of Social Studies, Constructivism and Enactivism Curriculum Reforms, Aims and Objectives of Teaching Social Studies Teaching of Social Studies Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Social Studies in Groups, Group Work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Co-Curricular and Non Formal Approaches in Social Studies Learning 8 Programmed Instruction in Social Studies Learning 9 New Approach in Social Studies Teaching 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations Problems Solving and Project Method Construction of Test Items for Assessing Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Construction of Question Paper Learning Resources; Meaning, Types Preparation and Utilization Of Resources Text Books, Journals, Handbooks, Students Work Books The Social Studies Laboratory, Social Studies Out Side and in the Classroom Foundations of Physical Sciences Physical Sciences -I Physical Sciences -II Assessment of and for Physical Sciences Learning Learning Resource in Physical Sciences Nature of Physical Sciences Learning of Physical Sciences, Psychology of Learning and Teaching of Physical Sciences, Constructivism and Enactivism Curriculum Reforms; Aims and Objectives of Teaching Physical Sciences Teaching of Physical Sciences Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Physical Sciences in Groups, Group Work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Co-Curricular and Non Formal Approaches in Physical Science Learning 8 Programmed Instruction in Physical Science Learning 9 New Approaches in Physical Science Teaching 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, Problems Solving and Project Method Construction of Test Items for Assessing of Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Test Constructions and Question Paper Learning Resources; Meaning, Types Preparation and Utilization Of Resources Text Books, Journals, Handbooks, Students Work Books The Physical Sciences Laboratory, Physical Sciences Outside and in the Classroom

13 B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Commerce Teaching Foundations of Commerce Commerce -I Commerce -II Assessment of and for Commerce Learning Learning Resource in Commerce Nature of Commerce Learning of Commerce, Psychology of Learning and Teaching of Commerce Constructivism and Enactivism Curriculum Reforms, Aims and Objectives of Teaching Commerce Teaching of Commerce Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Commerce in Groups, Group work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Co-Curricular and Non Formal Approaches in Commerce Learning 8 Programmed Instruction in Commerce Learning 9 New Approach in Commerce Teaching 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, Problems Solving and Project Method. Construction of Test Items for Assessing Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching. Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Construction of Question Paper Learning Resources Meaning, Types Preparation and Utilization of Resources Text Books, Journals, Handbooks, Students Work Books Commerce Laboratory, Commerce Outside and in the Classroom B Ed SE-: Pedagogy of Home Science Teaching Block Block- Foundations of Home Science Block- Home Science-I Block- Home Science-II Block- Assessment of and for Home Science Learning Block- Learning Resource in Home Science Unit Title Nature of Home Science Learning of Home Science, Psychology of Learning and Teaching of Home Science, Constructivism and Enactivism Curriculum Reforms, Aims and Objective, of Teaching Home Science Teaching of Home Science Concepts Learning by Exposition and Learning by Discovery 6 Learning Home Science in Groups, Group Work and Cooperative or Collaborative Strategies 7 Co-Curricular and Non Formal Approaches in Home Science Learning 8 Programmed Instruction in Home Science Learning 9 New Approach in Home Science Teaching 0 Stating Measurable Objectives of Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, Problems Solving and Project Method Construction of Test Items for Assessing Product and Process Outcomes, Diagnostic Test and Remedial Teaching Construction of Unit Tests, Blue Print, Construction of Question Paper Learning Resources; Meaning, Types, Preparation and Utilization Of Resources Text Books, Journals, Handbooks, Students Work Books The Home Science Laboratory, Home Science Outside and in the Classroom.

14 Fourth Semester B. Ed. SE-7: Technology and : H.I. Listening devices and classroom acoustics Technology for management for speech Technology Facilitating Language and Communication Technology Facilitating Education Resource mobilization for technology Listening devices, technology and Ear moulds. Classroom amplification devices and cochlear implant, middle case implant, BAHA & Auditory Brainstem implant. Hearing aids and their care & maintenance Computer based training aids and speech equipment. Basic infrastructure for using computer based speech training aid/equipment 6 Tele speech therapy 7 Electronics and web based technology applications for developing teaching learning material. 8 Web based technology for using and training of ISL and sign to text and text to sign technology 9 Augmentire and alternate communication for children with hearing impairment. 0 Impact of technology on Education and Changing trends in teaching & learning Technology products for educational purpose: listening (Induction loop/fm/ir) visual (speech to text/text to speech) Audio-visual computer based learning & self learning packages, multimedia Technology based educational services for children with hearing impairment Government and non-government Agencies for aids and appliances Criteria for availing tuning and Procedure. Cost involved in maintenance of devices. B. Ed. SE-8: Technology and Education of the Visually Impaired Introducing educational and information communication Technology Adaptive Technologies Access to print for the visually impaired Assistive Technologies for the visually Impaired with reference to School subjects and low vision Computer- Aided Learning Educational Technology- Concept and Scope of education in reference to children with visual impairment ICT- Concept and special significance for the teaching- learners of the visually impaired. Difference between educational technology and technology in education Concept, purpose and Basic considerations- Access, affordability and availability Awakening users perspectives in developing adaptive technologies 6 Universal/Inclusive design- concept, Advantages and limitations 7 Screen readers with special reference to Indian Languages and Braille note takers and stand-alone Reading machines 8 Braille Translation software with particular reference to Indian Languages and Braille Embossers 9 On line libraries, Basify Books, recordings and smart phones 0 Mathematics devices for VI. Social science devices for VI. Low vision Devices. Social media and creation of blogs Tele-conferencing and Distance learning E-learning: Concept and adaptations for the children with VI

15 B. Ed. SE-9: Technology and : M.R. Education and instructional technology Technology in Education and Approaches of Educational Technology instruction Universal Design of learning and individualized and differential instruction. ICT Use of multimedia in Education Technology based instructions Application of Technology ICT, Development and stages. Psychological bases for ICT. 6 Use of ICT in special and inclusion settings 7 Multimedia 8 Types of instructional aids. 9 Advantages and challenges of using multimedia 0 Enhancing technology friendly practices friendly technology. Implication of technology based instruction in inclusion Application of Technology in lesson planning and assisting devices Merits and demerits of technology in instruction. Application of Technology in Instruction B. Ed. SE-7: Psychosocial and Family Issues: H I Psychosocial Aspects and Family Needs Family Empowerment Overview of psychosocial development; well being and quality of life Role of family and community in psychosocial development of children with hearing impairment Challenges and issues in psychosocial development of children with hearing impairment Identifying Family needs for information, decision making, skill transfer and referral Fostering family s acceptance of child s impairment 6 Supporting family in raising children with hearing impairment. 7 Encouraging family acceptance of listening devices and ensuring its regular use. 8 Involving family in fostering and developing play, recreation and values 9 Encouraging family involvement in educational programme B. Ed. SE-8: Psychosocial and Family issues: VI Birth of a child with visual impairment Family of a child with visual Parenting styles impairment Role of family in early stimulation, concept development and early intervention Parental Issues and concerns Rehabilitation of Children with visual impairment Gender and disability Transition to adulthood 6 Parent support groups and attitude of professionals in involving parents in IEP and IFSP 7 Concept of habilitation and rehabilitation 8 Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) and community participatory Rehabilitation (CPR) 9 Legal provisions, concessions and advocacy

16 B. Ed. SE-9: Psychosocial and Family issues: MR Family- Concept, Definition and characteristics Family Reaction and impact of disability on family and needs of family and counseling Psycho-social Issues Involving Families Role of family in rehabilitation of PWID Attitude of family, community, peer group, teachers, co-workers Myths, Misconception and social practices 6 Psycho-social issues 7 Training and involving families in the rehabilitation process and Parent professional relationship 8 Formation of parent self-help Group and parent associations 9 Empowering Families B. Ed. SE-0: Guidance & Counseling Guidance and Counseling: Definition, Aims, Areas Skills and Competencies of a Counselor Role of Counselor in Guiding and Counseling Students with Special Needs Introduction to Guidance and Counseling Enhancing Self Image and Self Esteem Guidance and Counseling in Inclusive Education Concept of Self as Human and Understanding of Feeling and Changes Growth to Autonomy and personality Development 6 Role of Teacher in Developing Self-Esteem in Children 7 Types of Counseling: Child-Centered, Supportive, Family and Guidance in Formal and Informal Situations 8 Group Guidance: Group Leadership, Styles and Group Processes 9 Challenges in Group Guidance B. Ed. SE-0: Childhood Care and Education The Early Years: An Overview Early Education of Children with Disabilities Inclusive Early Childhood Educational (ECE) Practices Early Conceptual Framework of Childhood Learning & Development Sensitive Periods of Learning Theories of Development & Learning Young Children at Risk & Child Tracking Interdisciplinary Assessment & Intervention Plans 6 Curricular Activities for Development of Skills 7 Practices for Inclusive ECE Programs 8 Principles of Inclusive ECE Practices 9 Collaborative Practices and School Readiness & Transitions B. Ed. SE-0: Applied Behavior Analysis Introduction to Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Strategies for Positive Behaviour Support Management of Challenging Behaviour ABA- Concept, Definition and Principles of Behavioural Approach Assumptions of ABA- Classical and Operant Conditioning Behaviour- Definition and Feature and assessment of Behaviour Selection of Behavioural Goals Discrete Trial Teaching : (i)discriminative Stimulus- Characteristics (ii) Response (iii)prompts: Physical, Gestural, Pointing, Visual, Positional, Verbal (iv) Consequence- Characteristics (v) Inter-Trial Interval 6 Application of ABA in Group Setting and leadership role of teacher in promoting positive behaviour 7 Differential Reinforcement of Behaviour 8 Extinction, Time out, Response Cost and Overcorrection 9 Generalization and Fading

17 B. Ed. SE-0: Community Based Rehabilitation Concept, Definition of CBR and Principles of CBR Socio-cultural and Economic Contexts of CBR Scope and Inclusion of CBR in Government Policies and Programs Introduction to Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Preparing Community for CBR Preparing Persons with for CBR Awareness Program- Types, Methods and Advocacy Focus Group Discussion and family counseling 6 CBR and Corporate Social Responsibility 7 School Education: Person centered planning, and peer Group support 8 Transition: Individual Transition plan, Development of Self determination and self management skills 9 Community related vocational training and skill training B. Ed. SE-0: Application of ICT in Classroom Block ICT and Special Education Block Using Media and Computers Block Visualizing Technology- Supported Learning Situations Integrating ICT in special education Three as of ICT application- Access, Availability, Affordability Overview of WCAG (Web content Access Guidelines) Use of media: Audio, video and audio-video aids Computer- Aided learning 6 E-classroom 7 Use and Using Softwares 8 Interactive use of ICT 9 Identifying and Applying software for managing B. Ed. SE-06: Gender and Human Rights- based Approach & Gender and Woman and Girl Child with Human Rights-based Approach: Concept, History, Principles and Advantages Elements of Human Rights System: Legal Framework, Institutions Development Policies & Programmes, Public Awareness, Civil Society Implications for : (i) Empowerment (ii) Enforceability (iii) Indivisibility (iv) Participation Gendered Experience of Gender and Analysis: Techniques and Strategies 6 Psyche and Gender: Implications for Teaching 7 Inclusive Equality 8 Teacher s role in promoting Gender Equality 9 Gender Critique of Legislation, government policy and schemes B. Ed. SE-07: Braille and Assistive Devices Braille Braille Devices- Types, Description Other- Devices- Types, Description, Relevance Evolution of Braille and Continuing Relevance of Braille Abbreviations, Braille Signs and Symbols Braille Reading and Writing Processes Slate, stylus and Braille writer Electronics Devices 6 Braille Embossers and Braille Translation softwares 7 Mathematical Devices, Geography Devices and Science Material 8 Low Vision Aids- Optical, non-optical, vision training material 9 Schemes and sources of availability

18 Fifth Semester B. Ed. SE-08: Basic Research and Statistics Introduction To Research Types and Process of Research Measurement and Analysis of Data Research: Concept and Definition Purpose of Research Types and Process of Research Tools of Research Action Research in Teaching Learning Environment 6 Research in Education and Special Education 7 Scale for Measurement and Organization of Data 8 Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion and Correlation 9 Graphic Representing of Data B. Ed. SE-: Orientation and Mobility Introduction to Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Human Sighted Guide Technique Training in Independent Living Skills Orientation and Mobility- Definition, Importance and Scope Basic terminologies associated with O&M Special responsibilities of special teacher/educator with reference to O&M training Pre-Cane Skills Cane 6 Travel Techniques and Devices 7 Self care, and Posture 8 Personal Grooming 9 Etiquette, Identification of Currency and Basics of Signature writing B. Ed. SE-: Communication Options: Oralism/Aural Rehabilitation and Auditory Approach Understanding Hearing Loss Advance Understanding of Oral Options Implementing Oralism and AV approach in Indian Special Schools Basic Awareness on Deafness and Communicative Access Basic Awareness on Autonomy, Inclusion and Identity Importance of Natural Plasticity and Early Listening Opportunities Skill Development required for Oralism Speech Reading: Need, Role and Strategies 6 Difference between Uni Sensory and Multi approach in Oralism 7 Use of Oralism and AV approach in Indian Special Schools: Current Scenario Oralism/AV approach: Prerequisites for Special Schools 8 Strategies of Implementation Oral Communication Policy 9 Resource Mobilization for Listening Devices

19 B. Ed. SE-: Communication Options: Manual Options Understanding Deafness in Real Life Context Advance Understanding of Manual Options and Indian Scenario Skill Development: Towards Higher Order Receptive and Expressive Skills Basic Awareness of Paradigms of Deafness (Medical and Social) Concerns & Challenges of Deafness and Communication Awareness on Deafness with Reference to Culture Training and Guidance for Families and Tuning Home Environment Tuning Mainstream Schools/Classrooms for Students Using Manual Communication 6 Practicing Natural Signing in Short Common Conversations 7 Learning to Express Gender, Number, Person, Tense, Aspect 8 Practicing Syntax in Conversations and Discussions 9 Reflections on the Course: From Theory to practice B. Ed. SE-: Management of Learning Learning Disabilities: Types Assessment of Basic Curricular Skills Intervention Strategies in Basic Skills of Learning Verbal and Nonverbal learning disabilities Language Disorders Emotional & Behavioral Problems Assessment of Reading, Writing and Math Skills Teacher made tests 6 Standardize Tests: Need, Types & Purpose 7 Language Skills 8 Reading and Writing Skills 9 Maths and Study Skills B. Ed. SE-: Vocational Training, Transition & Job Placement Fundamental & Assessment of Vocational Rehabilitation Vocational Transition & Curriculum Planning Process of Vocational Rehabilitation & Placement Definition, Meaning and Scope of Vocational Rehabilitation Approaches and Models of Vocational Training Approaches & Principles of Vocational Assessment Concept, Meaning, Importance of Transition Vocational Transition Models 6 Development of Vocational Curriculum 7 Types of Employment Settings 8 Self Advocacy & Skill training 9 Equal Opportunities and Attitudes towards Persons with Disabilities

20 B.Ed. (Spl. ODL) Practicals FIRST SEMESTER B. Ed.SE PE-0: Cross and Inclusion (Area B) Tasks for the Teacher Trainees Classroom Observation Credit: 0 Marks: 00 Focus Education Setting Hrs Description Major Special School Minimum 0 School periods Other than Major Minimum Special schools Minimum 0 School for other disabilities periods Any Inclusive Schools 0 Minimum 0 School periods Schedule for practical for E- shall be included in the time table (ten working days may be allotted) Observations as mentioned are essential. However, if schools for other disability are not available in the nearby area, the same way interpreted as observation at inclusive school/education/services being provided in the resource room/home based education or vice versa. SECOND SEMESTER B. Ed.SE PE-0: Specialization (Area C) Credit: 0 Marks: 00 Note: Schedule for Practical for E- shall be included in the time table (minimum ten working days may be allocated). Skill for Micro teaching shall be with reference to Major. S. No. Tasks for the Disabilit Education Hrs Description Teacher Trainees y Focus Setting. Classroom observation Major Special School 0 Observation of all subjects at different level, minimum 0 School Periods.. a. Lesson planning for subjects Major For Special 0 0 lessons selected school & Inclusive Set up b. Lesson planning focusing on Major For Special 0 0 lessons adaptation, evaluation school & Inclusive Set up. a. Micro teaching & simulated General Institute 0 lessons teaching on selected skills b. Micro teaching & simulated teaching on each from lessons planned in. Major Institute 0 lessons

21 THIRD SEMESTER B. Ed.SE PE-0: Part II- Specialization (Area C) S. No. Tasks for the Teacher Trainees Focus. a. Classroom Observation Major b. Visit to other Special Schools Major. a. Lesson planning and execution on Major different levels for all subjects b. Lesson planning and execution on Major different levels for selected subjects. Individualized Teaching lessons on Major selected subjects. Observation of support services Major FOURTH SEMESTER Education Setting Special School Special School Special School/ Resource Room Special School/ Resource Room Special School/ Resource Room Institute/Clinic B. Ed. SE- PE-0: Main Special School (Related Area C) S. No. Tasks for the Teacher Trainees Focus Classroom Teaching Major Set Up Special Schools for disability specialization Credit: 0 Marks: 00 No. of Lessons Minimum 0 school Periods Minimum Schools 0 lesson 0 lessons 0 IEPs Depending on the specialization Credit: 0 Marks: 00 No. of Lessons Minimum 90 school periods Minimum of four weeks should be allocated for school attachment/internship and reelected in the time table and should cover tasks specified under E- and F- with sufficient time for teaching to acquire Pedagogical competence to deal with school subjects chosen and related activities for whole class as well as children with disabilities in different education settings. A suggestive framework is given below: S. No Areas Specialization (E- & F-) 0 Pedagogy Subject Semester- III (Three days- Hrs.) 0 Pedagogy Subject Semester- III (Three days- Hrs.) 0 School Attachment/Internship Semester- III ( days-0 Hrs.) B. Ed. SE- PE-0: Reading and Reflecting on Texts Credit: 0 Marks: 0 Note- All the activities will be recorded in practical files.. Collect two views/articles from newspapers/magazines on burning issues of education and write your comments on each collected article or views.. Review of any education related books or autobiography of some educationist B. Ed. SE- PE-06: Drama and Art in Education Credit: 0 Marks: 0 Note- All the activities will be recorded in practical files.. Students will write an essay on the local culture and art forms/ famous educational T V shows

22 . Prepare a report of Cultural Activities/ Visit to a art gallery, exhibition and cultural festivals FIFTH SEMESTER B. Ed. SE- PE-07- Field Engagement/Internship- Main Special School (Area C) Credit: 0 Marks: 00 Sr. No. Tasks for the Focus Set Up No. of Lessons Teacher Trainees Classroom Teaching Major disabilities Special Schools for disability specialization Minimum 90 school periods Minimum of four weeks should be allocated for school attachment/internship and reflected in the time table and should cover tasks specified under E- and F- with sufficient time for teaching to acquire Pedagogical competence t deal with school subjects chosen and related activities for whole class as well as children with disabilities in different education settings. A suggestive framework is given below: Areas Pedagogy Subject Pedagogy Subject School Attachment/Internship Specialization (E- & F-) Semester- III (Three days- Hrs) Semester-III (Three days- Hrs) Semester-III ( dasy-0 Hrs) B. Ed. SE- PE-08- Field Engagement/Internship- Other Special School (Area B) Credit: 0 Marks: 00 Sr. No. Tasks for the Focus Set Up No. of Lessons Teacher Trainees Classroom Teaching Other than Major Special schools for Minimum 80 school periods other disabilities B. Ed. SE- PE-09- Field Engagement/Internship- Inclusive School (Area B & C) Credit: 0 Marks: 00 Sr. No. Tasks for the Focus Set Up No. of Lessons Teacher Trainees Classroom Teaching Any Inclusive School Minimum 80 School Periods Minimum of four weeks should be allocated for School attachment/internship and reflected in the time table and should cover tasks specified under E-, F- and F- with sufficient time for teaching to acquire pedagogical competence to deal with school subjects chosen and related activities for whole class as well as children with disabilities in different education settings. A suggestive framework is given below: Area Specialization Other Inclusive Education Pedagogy Subject Semester-III ( days Hrs.) Semester-IV (days- Hrs.) Semester-IV ( days- Hrs.) Pedagogy Subject Semester-III ( days Hrs.) Semester-IV (days- Hrs.) Semester-IV ( days- Hrs.) F- & F- Internship Semester-III (days0 Hrs.) Semester-IV (days-0 Hrs.) Semester-IV (days-0 Hrs.)