Neurocognitive Intervention Strategies And Emotional Maturity Among Diet Students

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Dr. Parimala Fathima, P. Nirmala Devi


This paper mainly aimed at neurocognitive intervention strategies and emotional maturity among diet students. This paper lay stress on the neurocognitive strategies by assessing the Maturity in Emotions of DIET students. Neurocognitive approaches are inevitable for the learners of this Millennium. The study would make the students be able to manage any new and critical situation. They have to streamline their mind and thinking for this purpose. Hence it becomes a principal task of a student teacher to acquire sufficient knowledge in this area and thereby they can develop the skill of emotional management among their students. It would turn their student to improve their thoughts and pursue their deeds according with the thinking. The knowledge acquired in Neurocognitive is inclusive of all the expected details regarding the planned activity prescribed for prospective teachers. The development of Emotional skills and Emotional Stability among the trainees must have reflections in all spheres of personality such as classroom presentation, their speech and conversation involving games and their daily routines. An Emotionally balanced teacher trainee supposed to create similar kind of learners. This transition helps the teachers to have a command over the class and its process beyond all predicaments when the DIET trainees are equipped in such a way, they can win over any challenging contexts. This study was a experimental research type taking 52 trainees from DIET in the District of Dindigul. The researcher has devised and standardized the strategies of neurocognitive Interventions and a scale to evaluate Emotional Maturity under the supervision of the research supervisor. The researcher also prepared personal Data sheets. The statistical means like Mean, Standard Deviation, ‘t’ test and Correlation were used for interpreting the data

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