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DESS To Organize National Seminar On Economics Curriculum In Schools

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National Seminar Economics Curriculum

Hospitality :

Registration Fee :

For University / State Department/School Teachers Rs 500/-
For Students / Research Scholars Rs 300/-

Address :

Department of Education in Social Sciences
NCERT
Sri Aurobindo Marg
New Delhi-110016

Telephone :

011-26562582, 26961320

Guidelines for Submitting Papers and Participation

Emphasis would be given to research papers on identified themes. Each paper is expected to lay the basis for critical dialogue on the emerging issues and challenges prevailing in the teaching learning of the subject. This should enable the curriculum developers, subject experts, policy makers to evolve a relevant framework for economics curriculum to meet the contemporary challenges facing the nation. Papers are invited on the selected themes from students, teachers, researchers, activists working in schools, colleges, universities, research institutes and NGOs working in the relevant field. The length of the abstract and full papers should not exceed the limit of 300 and 5,000 words, respectively. Preference would be given to papers based on field research, experiments, action research, and case studies.

Identified Themes and Sub Themes

Core Economics :

  • Nature of Economics
  • Contributions of Indian Economists

Economics across Disciplines :

  • Interface between Economics, Social Sciences, Mathematics and Sciences
  • Economics in Daily Life
  • Economics and Consumerism
  • Linkage of Economics Curriculum in School with Higher Education
  • Economics Curriculum in States : A Comparative Study

Pedagogy of Economics :

  • Innovative Practices in School Economics
  • Learning Theories in Economics
  • Nurturing Creativity in Economics
  • Role of Technology in Teaching-Learning of Economics
  • Issues of Assessment in Economics
  • Reflection of Gender and Marginalized Groups in Teaching learning of Economics

Important Dates

  1. Abstract submission 			20 January 2014
  2. Acceptance notification 		25 January 2014
  3. Full paper submission (soft copy) 	20 February 2014

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