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Dr Gomathi Jatin

Associate Professor , Mumbai campus

Centre for Education Innovation and Action Research
Qualification

B.Ed. M.Ed. Ph.D. (Education), SLET (Education),
Post Graduate Diploma in Management of Education,
MA English,
B.Sc. Physics

Associate Professor at the Centre for Education, Innovation and Action Research (CEIAR), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

A doctoral graduate in Education from University of Mumbai, has taught in teacher training colleges in Mumbai.

Has also taught for the Early Childhood Programme.

Has conducted workshops for training in-service teachers in conducting action research projects.

Has also conducted communicative English sessions for vernacular medium student teachers to facilitate their English speaking, reading and writing skills.

 

 

PG Dissertation:

A study of fostering the ability of ‘learning to learn’ through the use of internet among secondary school students.

Doctoral Thesis:

Relationship between Secondary School Students’ Educational Aspiration, Educational Resilience, Social Connectedness and Well-Being: A Mixed Methods Study

Research Interests:

Adolescent Psychology, Classroom Practices, School Education - Pedagogic Practices

  •  Theoretical perspectives on understanding secondary school students' psychosocial and educational outcomes, Published in Sanshodhan Chetana. Volume V, Issue III, December. 2016, pp: 13-29, ISSN:- 2319-5525
  • An Enquiry into Secondary School Students’ Social Connectedness: A Journey, Published in International Inventive Multidisciplinary Journal Volume IV, Issue X, October. 2016, pp: 1-18, ISSN:- 2348-7135
  • Perceptions of Secondary School Students’ Well-being and Social Connectedness, Published in Special Issue of Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies Volume 3/24, May-June. 2016, pp: 31-38, ISSN 2278-8808
  • Well-Being of a Student: Jain Perspective, Published in Nurturing The Whole Being For The 21st Century. ISBN: 978-81-924111-5-6, pp:78-85 
  • Social Connectedness: A Key Ingredient in Developing Social Skills, Published in Re-Envisioning Education with Smart Skills. ISBN: 978-81-924684-5-7, pp:69-75 
  • Promoting Social Connectedness and Well-Being in Adolescents: Need to Leverage Synergy of School-Family Partnerships, Published in International Inventive Multidisciplinary Journal Volume II, Issue VII, July. 2014, pp: 1-11, ISSN:- 2348-7135
  • Social Emotional Learning: A Bridge for Effective Education of an Envisioned Future, Published in PHCER – Academic Journal Volume 02, Issue 1, June-December, 2014, pp: 6-14, ISSN 2347-7512
  • A Study of Entrepreneurship Traits Among Final Year Undergraduate Women Students Published in Quality Enhancement Measures in Higher Educational Institutions. ISBN: 978-93-82062-56-1, pp:100-109 
  • A study of the perceptions of Teacher Educators of various B.Ed. Colleges in Mumbai about Transformational leadership skills of their Principals, Published in Golden Research Thoughts Volume 2, Issue. 5, Nov. 2012, pp: 1-4,  ISSN:-2231-5063
  • Work engagement and burnout: implications for health and well-being, Published in Managing Human Resources. ISBN: 978-81-924684-1-9, pp: 58-67.
  • Differing Views of Stakeholders on Credit Based Semester System (CBSS), Published in Fostering A Credit Based Semester System: Challenges and Opportunities. ISBN: 978-81-924258-0-1, pp: 45-51.
  • Teacher Educators’ expectations about their empowerment in their institution and strategies for Teacher Empowerment, Published in Empowering Teachers. ISBN: 978-81-7286-745-4, pp: 57-59.
  • Rethinking Learning Spaces: Promising Prospects of School-Home Partnership in Creating Effective Learning Environments, Published in Redefining Education Expanding Horizons. ISBN: 978-93-82302-56-8, pp: 122-133.
  • ICT and Academic Engagement: Developing 'Learning to Learn' Skills through the use of Internet Among Secondary School Students, Published in Teacher Education and ICT: Global Context, Policy And Framework. 
  • A Study of Social Connectedness and Well-Being of Secondary Students: An attempt to Promote Better Practices with a Blend of Humanistic Touch, Published in Enriching Education Sculpting Humane Professional. ISBN: 978-93-85512-07-0, pp: 336-345.

 

RA for  UGC funded Major Research Project titled ‘Promoting Action Research for Continuing Professional Development among  In- Service Teachers through the Mentorship Model’

 

B.Ed. :

  • Educational Management
  • International Education
  • Teaching of   Science
  • Teaching of English
  • ICT in Education
  • Language Across Curriculum
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Childhood and Growing Up
  • Critical Understanding of ICT

 M.Ed.:

  • Management of Education

ECCEd.:

M.A. EE:

  • Material Design and Development

Email: gomathi.jatin[at]tiss[dot]edu

gomathi.jatin@tiss.edu