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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 8289-8301

Importance Of Nep 2020 For Changing Role Of Teacher Educators

Rayees Ahmad Dar, Nasir Ahmad Ganaie.


Education is the key to the development of any nation, and it depends on the quality of teachers. Knowledge, dedication, quality, professional commitment and motivation of teachers are the factors responsible for quality education and learner achievement. Producing such teachers is a major challenge for governments across the globe today. With the ever-increasing amount of knowledge today, a teacher’s job has become more challenging in light of new pedagogical and psychological theories, philosophy, sociology and globalization. Well-planned and innovative Teacher education programs are required today. The teacher education program has to be critiqued, studied, reformed, rethought and reoriented today. Quality and excellence in the education sector are one of the major initiatives of the Government of India. To achieve the outcome of enhanced quality at all levels of education, Govt. of India has been focusing its attention on quality and excellence at all levels of education. The present paper focuses on changing the role of teacher educators in view of NEP2020. It also highlights the various roles which teachers should play in classrooms given by NEP2020. The study put forth suggestions to overcome various challenges faced by Teacher education. The present paper is analytical in nature. Relevant books, articles and various research papers have been used. Data and information have been collected from concerned sources as per the need of the study. An interpretive approach has been followed in this study. Teacher Education = Teaching Skills + Pedagogical theory + Professional skills. ‟ Clinton stated in his Call for Action for American Education in the 21st Century (1996) that “Every class should have a talented and dedicated teacher”.

Key words: Changing role, professional commitment, new education policy, teacher, punctual

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