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Quality Management in Teaching Practice

Author Name: Shadab Paloji | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

Quality Management in Teaching Practice contains a plethora of observations of the writer in the capacity of a researcher and a teacher. Quality is not only a concept but a way of life – personally and professionally. Have you ever thought of it? So hard we toil as human beings, individuals, professionals, etc. to get that ‘perfect’ life, but is this perfection even real? Quality management today is an important component of any profession. The book is an attempt to bring in the reality of teacher education in terms of what quality means on paper and what it moves on to in the practical life of a teacher. There are discussions based on research and concepts and important terminologies explained in layman's terms. 

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Shadab Paloji

Dr. Shadab Paloji is an associate professor at St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, Mumbai, affiliated with Mumbai University. She has been awarded her Ph.D. in quality management in education from YCMOU and has completed her master’s degree in education (Gold Medalist, Mumbai University, Batch 2004) and English literature from Mumbai University. She has also done her dissertation work in guidance and counselling subjects. She has been a part of the syllabus committee for B.Ed. in various courses of Two-Year B.Ed. Program (2015). She has also been the convener of the syllabus committee for the Certificate Course in Peace Education, Department of Mumbai.  

Currently, she is working on her post-doctoral research in counselling and information and communication technology. She is a passionate teacher-educator who aims to make the life of students in understanding the various concepts in education more practical and easy. She looks forward to creating more awareness regarding quality management, guidance and counselling in various sectors and how student teachers could use them to become more compassionate and approachable teachers.