BSAEU B.Ed 1st Semester Practicum English Version || Course: 1.1.1, (Childhood & Growing Up) || Visit a School (Practice Teaching) and find out the different Measures / Activities taken by schools or teachers for Healthy Mental Health of the Children by Interviewing School Teachers.

Introduction:

In most cases, we emphasize physical well-being or well-being. But the effect of the mental aspect is no less in the case of a person being completely healthy or well. If one’s mental state is not good or healthy then everything has a negative effect on him. This also applies to a student. In order for a student to get proper education, he has to be physically healthy as well as mentally healthy. In order to maintain the mental health of a student, just as parents need to take care of them at home, so should school teachers. A student stays in the educational institution for a long time during the development of his life. Only teachers in educational institutions can help the students in their proper development while maintaining their mental health. Through the current practice, it will be possible to learn some strategies to keep the students in good mental health.

Mental health:

We must first know what is “mental health”? “Mental health is the full and harmonious functioning of the whole personality,” Hadfield said. The power of expression is the hallmark of mental health. A mentally healthy person will have certain characteristics that indicate that he has complete mental health. For example: he will be able to enjoy life, he will have mental resilience, he will be able to adapt to time, Will have a sense of self-satisfaction.

Stage Selection:

There are five steps to follow to complete the practice correctly.

Preliminary discussion:

Some basic ideas about the main content of the practical will be mentioned first. Books, magazines, journals, research theses, etc. will be used to create this idea.

Selection of work process:

The first thing that needs to be fixed is-

School selection

To carry out this practicum properly, the (name of the nearest school) school has been selected with the permission of the B.Ed Institution.

Teacher Selection:

A few teachers of different classes of the selected school have been selected for this practice with the permission of the head teacher.

Strategy selection:

Since the school is currently closed for corona overdose, the data collection strategy has been chosen using telephone and social media to answer questions.

Selection of interview type:

Since schools and periodic reading are closed for transgender people, information on class-based teachers has been collected through “Q&A” using telephone and social media instead of interviews.

Data Collection:

A PDF of a bunch of questions has been sent to 15 teachers of the selected schools, the answers to which he has given over the phone or using social media, and the answers to those questions have been collected. Below is the information of 5 such teachers-

Interview-1

Teacher’s name: Gouranga Karmakar Subject: English Class: 8 Name of the school: (Name of the nearest school)
Q. No Question Ans
1. Do you have to give corporal punishment to students in the classroom? NO
2. If the student does not read, his parents are informed? Yes
3. Are students intimidated into reading from students? Yes
4. What do they have to say to keep the students quiet in the classroom? Yes
5. Do students ask themselves any questions in the classroom? Yes
6. Do students become disobedient without strict discipline? NO
7. Is it a waste of time to teach in the classroom with TLM? NO
8. Does co-curricular work help the curriculum move forward? Yes
9. Do cultural events waste school time? NO
  10. What can you do to help keep your students healthy? A. (own comment)  

Interview-2

Teacher’s name: Sathi Bandyopadhyay Subject: Life Sciences Class: Nine Name of the school: (Name of the nearest school)
Q. No Question Ans.

 

1. Do you have to give corporal punishment to students in the classroom? NO
2. If the student does not read, his parents are informed? NO
3. Are students intimidated into reading from students? NO
4. What do they have to say to keep the students quiet in the classroom? NO
5. Do students ask themselves any questions in the classroom? Yes
6. Do students become disobedient without strict discipline? NO
7. Is it a waste of time to teach in the classroom with TLM? NO
8. Does co-curricular work help the curriculum move forward? Yes
9. Do cultural events waste school time? NO
  10. What can you do to help keep your students healthy? A. (own comment)  

 

Interview-3

Teacher’s name: Alapan Das Subject: Geography Class: Ten Name of the school: (Name of the nearest school)
Q. No Question Ans
1. Do you have to give corporal punishment to students in the classroom? Yes
2. If the student does not read, his parents are informed? Na
3. Are students intimidated into reading from students? Na
4. What do they have to say to keep the students quiet in the classroom? Yes

 

5. Do students ask themselves any questions in the classroom? Na
6. Do students become disobedient without strict discipline? Na
7. Is it a waste of time to teach in the classroom with TLM? Yes
8. Does co-curricular work help the curriculum move forward? Na
9. Do cultural events waste school time? Na
  10. What can you do to help keep your students healthy? A. (own comment)  

Interview-4

Teacher’s name: Rafiqul Alam Subject: Mathematics Class: Seven Name of the school: (Name of the nearest school)
Q. No Question Ans
1. Do you have to give corporal punishment to students in the classroom? Yes
2. If the student does not read, his parents are informed? Yes
3. Are students intimidated into reading from students? Yes
4. What do they have to say to keep the students quiet in the classroom? Yes
5. Do students ask themselves any questions in the classroom? Yes
6. Do students become disobedient without strict discipline? Yes
7. Is it a waste of time to teach in the classroom with TLM? Yes
8. Does co-curricular work help the curriculum move forward? Yes

 

9. Do cultural events waste school time? Na

 

Interview-5

Teacher’s name: Aparna Haldar Subject: Bengali Class: Six Name of the school: (Name of the nearest school)
Q. No Question Ans.
1. Do you have to give corporal punishment to students in the classroom? Na
2. If the student does not read, his parents are informed? Na
3. Are students intimidated into reading from students? Na
4. What do they have to say to keep the students quiet in the classroom? Na
5. Do students ask themselves any questions in the classroom? Yes
6. Do students become disobedient without strict discipline? Na
7. Is it a waste of time to teach in the classroom with TLM? Na
8. Does co-curricular work help the curriculum move forward? Yes
9. Do cultural events waste school time? Na

Decision:

At this stage, some issues come up based on the information obtained through “interviews”. E.g.-

  1. Almost all the teachers in the school are sympathetic towards the students and they take some or the other steps to keep the students in good mental health.
  2. After doing the work, the analysis of the interviews revealed the 10 steps taken by the teacher.
  1. Although some teachers have a negative opinion on this issue, almost all the teachers are aware of the emotional confidence of the
  2. According to some teachers, it is difficult to take special care of all the students as the number of teachers in the school is less than the number of students.
  3. Apart from training, the awareness of teachers is relatively

Conclusion:

In conclusion, it is necessary to create a healthy school environment to maintain the mental health of the students. The role of school teachers in this work is undeniable. I have had to face many new experiences and situations while completing the work. Some teachers in the school were reluctant to give interviews and they were not aware of the mental health of the students. Due to the spontaneous cooperation of other teachers, it has been possible to find out the steps taken to maintain the mental health of the students in the school. Although there were some obstacles in doing the work, it was possible to complete the work properly.

Reference:

  1. Mukherjee, Dulal, Childhood and Growing Up, Aaheli Publishers,
  2. Pal Debashish, Childhood and Growing Up, Rita Publications,

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More Practicums (English Version):

  1. Visit a School (Practice Teaching) and find out the different Measures/ Activities taken by schools or teachers for Healthy Mental Health of the Children by Interviewing School Teachers.
  2. List down few (Classroom) Learning situations involving insightful learning
  3. Observe the various age group children (Early Childhood, Later Childhood, Adolescent) in various situations like in the classroom, playground, at home, with parents, friends, siblings and list down the characteristics of them in physical, social, emotional and intellectual domain.
  4. Observe Some Successful Teachers And List Down The Behaviour Characteristics Which Impress You 

More Practicums (Bengali Version):

  1. Visit a School (Practice Teaching) and find out the different Measures/ Activities taken by schools or teachers for Healthy Mental Health of the Children by Interviewing School Teachers.
  2. List down few (Classroom) Learning situations involving insightful learning
  3. Observe the various age group children (Early Childhood, Later Childhood, Adolescent) in various situations like in the classroom, playground, at home, with parents, friends, siblings and list down the characteristics of them in physical, social, emotional and intellectual domain.
  4. Observe Some Successful Teachers And List Down The Behaviour Characteristics Which Impress You

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