Asst.Prof. Shalini S. Tonpe

Asst.Prof. Shalini S. Tonpe

Assistant Professor

Bio

Ms. Shalini is presently working as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education, Pune. She has 11 years of experience as a Teacher Educator. She has worked as a Paper Setter for SPPU, TMV and WPU. She has experience working as a College Exam Officer, Sr. Supervisor and as an Examiner for SPPU. She has experience working as a CAP Officer for WPU. She is handling Placement Department. She is currently pursuing Ph.D in the area of Stress Management from Tilak Maharashtra University. She is a lifelong member of AIAER and CTE. She has successfully completed Orientation Programme. She is a part of the Academic audit team and has done academic audits of the MIT schools. She has research papers to credit published in state and national journals with ISSN. She has attended an international conference in Delhi on Teacher Education and Peace. She conducts workshop on study techniques for school students. She is specialized in teaching Educational Psychology, Marathi Education and Hindi Education. She uses cooperative learning techniques and a constructivist approach which is learner-centred and effective for improving the quality of learning. She regularly writes articles in magazines.

Qualification

  • Pursuing Ph.D
  • SET
  • M.Phil. (Marathi)
  • M.Ed.
  • M.A. (Marathi, Hindi)
  • CIDTT (Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers)
  • Diploma in Yoga and Ayurveda (Basic)

Research papers

Research paper 1: Application of constructivism in Higher Education

Research paper 2: Role of value education in the quality enhancement of Teacher Education

Research paper 3: Need of stress management skill education for B.Ed. students

Research paper 4: A study of the effectiveness of personality development programme for B.Ed. students

Experience

Teaching experience: 11 Years

Subjects

Educational Psychology, Educational Management, Educational Philosophy, New Trends in Teaching and Learning, Marathi Education and Hindi Education.