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Access & Excellence in Teacher Education Excellence and Quality Standards Required In Teacher Education: A Study about Effective Teaching Strategies

Author Name : Ashish Kumar Dhawan

ABSTRACT:  Perhaps the deepest wounds schools inflict on students are wounds of underestimation. We underestimate students when they fall short of expectations because they don't understand the school game and we determine that they lack motivation when we allow them to shrink silently into the background of the action in the classroom. We underestimate them, too when we assume they're doing well in school because they earn high grades and we praise them for reaching a performance level that required no risk or struggle. Classrooms that teach up function from the premise that student potential is like an iceberg most of it is obscured from view and that high trust, high expectations and a high support environment will reveal in time what's hidden. Martin L. King Jr. (1965) reminded us that human beings are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. That truth has never been more evident than it is today. Schools have the still-untapped possibility of helping all kinds of learners become what they ought to be by developing the skill and will to proliferate classrooms in which equal access to excellence is a reality for all learners. Although schools, teachers and administration are rigorously working for the improvement of the students progress in all aspects and perspectives. Yet there is a need for easy access and quality in the field of teacher education too.