St. Ann’s Teacher Training Institute, Mangalore offers D.Ed. Course both in Kannada and English Medium of two years’ duration inclusive of Internship of a period of one and half month for first year and one and half for Second Year D.Ed. Students. This   is under the regulations of Directorate of State Educational Research and Training (DSERT) and is recognized by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
The approved intake by NCTE is 50. Ref.: F.SRO/NCTE/D.Ed-A1/2004-2005 dated 12.12.2004

Syllabus – First Year

Sl. No.

Courses

Internal Marks

External Marks

Total

Instructional Time (Hrs)

 

Theory

Practical

Total

1.1

Education: Introduction to Basic Concept

40

60

100

85

50

135

1.2

Facilitating Learning (LPS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.2.1

Kannada

40

60

100

45

75

120

1.2.2

Mathematics

40

60

100

65

55

120

1.2.3

EVS

40

60

100

60

60

120

1.3

Communication Skills in English

20

30

50

50

70

120

1.4

Educational Assessment & Evaluation

20

30

50

25

35

60

1.5

Teacher Development Studies:

1.5.1

Arts in Education

25

---

25

10

30

40

1.5.2

Reflective Practices

25

---

25

14

26

40

1.6

Physical Education & Games

50

---

50

5

55

60

1.7

Practice in Teaching & Internship

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.7.1

Practice in teaching

90

60

150

-

225

225

1.7.2

Internship

50

---

50

---

216

216

 

Library Work

---

---

 

---

54

54

 

Cultural Activities

---

---

 

---

40

40

 

Total

440

360

800

 

 

1350

Syllabus – Second Year

Sl. No.

Courses

Internal Marks

External Marks

Total

Instructional Time (Hrs)

 

Theory

Practical

Total

2.1

Education as Practice

40

60

100

70

65

135

2.2

Facilitating Learning (HPS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.2.1

Kannada

40

60

100

50

70

120

2.2.2

English

40

60

100

73

47

120

2.2.3

Optional (Any one)

40

60

100

65

55

120

2.2.3a

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.2.3b

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.2.3c

Social Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.3

Health and Physical Education

50

---

50

20

40

60

2.4

Teacher Development Studies

2.4.1

ICT Mediation

25

---

25

04

36

40

2.4.2

Education for Peace

20

---

20

15

20

35

2.4.3

Work and Education

25

---

25

10

30

40

2.5

Action Research

50

---

50

---

30

30

2.6

Practice in Teaching & Internship

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.6.1

Practice in Teaching

90

90

180

---

225

225

2.6.2

Internship

50

---

50

---

216

216

 

Games

---

---

 

---

50

50

 

Library Work

---

---

 

---

54

24

 

Cultural Activities

---

---

 

---

60

60

 

NSS/Citizenship training Activities

---

---

 

---

45

45

 

Total

470

330

800

 

 

1350

 

 



Internship
Pre- Internship Activities – This is meant to prepare the ground for making internship more meaningful and strengthen relation with the practicing schools.
Duration: 2 days
Provide an orientation to student teachers on the following, taking the help of School Teachers and or HMs:

  • Preparing unit plans and lesson plans
  • Identification of lessons and different resources available in school
  • Construction of achievement and diagnostic test
  • Maintaining peer group observation records
  • Writing reflective journals
  • Maintaining Physical Education records
  • Preparing reports on school activities

Pre-internship conference with co-operating schools to be organized by institutions.

Pre-internship conference for institutions to be organized by DIETs.

These conferences are meant to inform and influence cooperating schools about how student teachers are prepared for teaching and also negotiate with them the expectations from the cooperating schools

Internship – this phase is meant to provide student teachers with a holistic experience of school and the role of the teacher.

Duration: 33 days

It consists of the following major activities:
1. Familiarising with the roles and responsibilities of teachers.
2. Teaching ( for 30 days )

 

 

 

 

 

For Year 1: LPS

S.No

Details

Units

Periods

 

 

(for classes 4&5)

(Classes 4&5)

Nali Kali (Co-teaching with regular teacher)

Total

1.

Facilitating learning of  Kannada

2

12

4 sessions (8 periods)

20

2.

Facilitating learning of  Mathematics

2

12

4 sessions (8 periods)

20

3.

Facilitating learning of  EVS

2

12

4 sessions (8 periods)

20

 

 

 

 

Total

60

For Year 2: HPS

S.No

Details

Units

Periods

 

 

(For classes 6 to 8)

 

1.

Facilitating learning of  Kannada

2

18

2.

Facilitating learning of 

2

18

3.

Facilitating learning of  Mathematics/ Science/Social Science

2

18

4.

Physical Education

-

3

5.

Work and Education

-

3

 

 

Total

60

 

Note: it is desirable that every student teacher is allotted 2 periods a day.

Rest of the time to be used for:

  • Planning and preparation, including creating resources
  • Peer observation and feedback ( At least 2 Periods per subject per student teacher)
  • Reflections
  • Other activities
  • Lessons to integrate ICT, Arts in Education, Education for Peace and Inclusive Principles. This needs to be facilitated by mentor teacher and teacher educator. Observation schedules should include these components
  • Teacher educators to use quality monitoring tool to assess every student teacher and share the same with student teachers to both give them feedback and let them know their progress.
  • Assessment done by the teacher educator and mentor teacher are clubbed to a total of 50 marks for each of the three pedagogic courses offered.
  • Records to be3 submitted for assessment :

 

  • Unit plans
  • Peer observation records Reflections
  • One report each of other four activities undertaken
  • Reflective Journal

3. SDMC Meetings – student teachers to do non-participant observation of SDMC meetings; Study school development plan and academic plan.
4.   School sponsored activities – Help with celebrations; Involve with regular school activities like mid-day meal, school assembly; Initiate activities like arranging guest talks, resource creation, teacher development groups; Create Wall magazines; Encouraging children to develop radio programmes; Take up theatre activities, school gardening and other similar activities.
5.   Community related activities – Visiting homes of a few children; interacting with members if community to understand their needs; Communicating to community members about school practices/ processes; Participating in community activities; planning and utilizing community resources for school.

Post Internship Activities – This is meant to consolidate learning’s from internship and help plan for the following year better. Such conference would also go a long way in ensuring synergy between teacher education institutions and practicing school.

Duration: 1 Day each

  • Postinternship conference with schools organized by institutions
  • Postinternship conference with institutions organized by DIET. The purpose of post internship conference is to reflect upon what went right and what went wrong. This should be done by the Teacher Education Institutions along with the student teachers. A separate post internship conference for the first year and second year stude3nt teachers is desirable as their purposes are different.

Mandatory Disclosure

Details of the Institution

Name of the Institution

:

St. Ann’s Teacher Training Institute

Year  of establishment

:

1890

Complete postal address

:

St. Ann’s Teacher Training Institute

   

Opposite Head Post  Office,

   

Rosario Church Road,

   

Mangalore – 575001

P.O

:

Pandeshwar

Block

:

-

Tehsil/Taluka

:

Mangalore

Town/City

:

Mangalore

District

:

Dakshina Kannada

State

:

Karnataka

Pin

:

575001

Phone No. (with STD Code)

:

0824  2410240

Fax No.

:

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Email

:

annstti@gmail.com

Website  Address

 

www.stannstti.org

Nearest Railway Station

 

Mangalore Central

Nearest Town

 

Moodbidri/ Udupi/Puttur

Type of Institution
(Boys/Girls/Co-Education)

 

Only Girls

Status of Institution(Minority/Non-Minority

 

Minority

 Management:

   

Government owned

 

-

Govt.aided

 

Aided
Kannada Medium Aided Section
English Medium Unaided Section

Self-financed

 

-

University Department

 

-

Any other (please specify)

 

-

     

Details of the course :

   

Level of the Course

 

P.U.C.   50%

Education Course

 

D.El.Ed.  (D.Ed.) (Kannada & English Medium)

Medium of Instruction

 

Kannada & English (Two Sections)

Duration of the Course

 

2 years

Whether to be conducted in
face to face or distance mode

 

face to face

Proposed Intake

 

100 (Govt. 50, Management 50)

Academic Session from which the course will beconducted

 

August to July

Details of the Affiliating Body
Name
Adress/Tel/Fax No.

 

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, Malleswaram, Bangalore – 3
Tel : 080 -23460525

 

 Land:

Whether copy of the Affidavit in the prescribed format has been displayed on the website as required under Regulation 8(9) of the NCTE Regulations, 2007

Yes

 
 
 

Land Identification (Plot/Khasra No.)

 

TS 112 VII – 6         846

 

Land Area in sq mt

 

5707.62 sq.mt (1.41. acres)

 

Whether the Title of the land is on
Ownership basis

 

Under Society

 

Title of the land is on lease as per law

 

-

 

Duration of the lease

 

-

 

Land Use Certificate obtained
for Educational Institution

 

yes

       
 

Manpower (Photographs of Teaching Faculty should be displayed)

   

Details of proposed/appointed teaching staff(Date of birth, Qualification, Professional Qualification, and other relevant information)

 

        In Teaching Resource 

   

Details of proposed/appointed non-teaching staff

   
     
 

Building

Yes

No

 
 

Construction of the building is complete

Yes

 
 

Building is yet to be constructed

 

No

 
 

Building is fire safety-proof

Yes

   
 

Building is disabled friendly

Yes

   
 

Common room for boys/girls available

Yes

   
 

Date of completion of the Building

 

19.12.1977

 

Covered Area in sq mt.

 

5707.62 sq.mt

 

Number of classrooms

 

4

       
 

Library

   
 

The Library has separate reference section/
Journals section and reading room

Yes

No

 
 

Yes

 

Number of books in the library

 

6534

 

Total number of educational
Journals/periodicals being subscribed

 

6

 

Number of encyclopedias available in the library

 

150

 

Number of books available in the reference section of the library

 

300

 

Seating capacity of the reading room of the library

 

50

 

Instructional Facilities

   
 

Details of laboratories available(pl attach annexure)

 

Yes  (Instructional  Resource)

 

Arrangement made for practice teaching

 

Yes

 

Number and Name of school(s) for practice teaching

 

Yes

     
 

Facilities for games & sports:

Yes

No

 
 

Own Playground

Yes

 
 

Playground of another institution on sharing basis

 

No

 
 

Gymnasium/Multipurpose hall

Yes

   
 

Facilities for gymnasium

 

No

 
 

Facilities for athletics

Yes

   
 

Facilities for Indoor Games

Yes

   
 

Facilities for Outdoor Games

Yes

   
     
 

Other facilities available:

Yes

No

 
 

Canteen facilities available or not

Yes

 
 

Medical facilities available or not

Yes

   
 

Hostel facilities available or not

Yes

   

Contact Information

Postal address

St. Ann’s Teacher training institute for Women,
Mangalore – 575001
Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka, India

E-mail : annstti@gmail.com

Telephone: 091-824-2410240

The Institute has all the facilities to accommodate the new arrivals – the candidates for Teacher Training of D.Ed. Kannada and English Sections – classrooms, hall, activity rooms, furniture, library, laboratories, play ground, instructional material, media laboratory etc. and the well qualified Faculty.