TEACHING PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY- REFORM RHETORIC V/S TEACHING REALITIES
Author Name : Dr. Gaurav Sachar
Volume : II, Issue :I,September - 2016
Published on : 2016-09-18 , By : IRJI Publication
The role of teachers and the educators in the national development needs no fresh emphasis. The trio, the teacher, the education system and the society – have seldom come to terms about their respective deal –both independent and mutual. Nowhere, have the expectations been of a deeper and wider nature than in case of the teachers. Quite unconsciously the educators are made to bear the scepter of responsibility whether their beliefs and capabilities are commensurate with the nature and the breadth of the task they are to execute remains undetermined. A Teacher is faced with the dire need of application of philosophical principles, of criticism of processes, products of learning and still be ready to discover that propositions are merely hypothetical, that complaints and queries over a belief grow into a never ending variety and that truth, the ultimate reality, is ever enchanting, to conclude is to stop, to doubt is to hope and continue to live.