by Sony Dupak and Tage Ampa
The investigators conducted a study to know the attitude towards Human Rights Edu- cation and Peace Education of pre-service secondary teachers of Department of Education, Rajiv Gandhi University, Hills College of Teacher Education and Donyi-Polo B.Ed College Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. For this purposes, normative survey method of research was used. A sample consists of 50 pre-service teachers were selected randomly. Peace Education and Human Rights Education Attitude scale for pre-service teachers developed by Dr. Jayadeba Sahoo, Professor, Department of Education, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills were used for data collection. Mean (M), standard deviation (SD), and t-test were used to analyze the data. The attitude of both male and female were analyzed. The findings revealed that no significant difference was found in the attitude level of male and female pre-service teachers. The authors stressed on imparting peace education and human rights education in college. Knowledge of human rights education makes students better able to participate in society and encourages pre- service teachers to think broadly when they plan to teach for peace.
Dupak S., Ampa T. 2016. A study on Attitude of Pre-service secondary teachers toward Human Rights education and Peace education, Dera Natung Government College Research Journal, 1, 17-22.