Pedagogy of Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Inclusive Education
Four Years of Teaching Experience in Central University of South Bihar
Teaching / Research) :
My primary research interest is in the area of pedagogy of social sciences including all its epistemological dimensions. Perspective of inclusion is also an inherent part of this epistemology. Therefore, gender inclusion and inclusion of other marginalized section in education and through education are also my research concern. Social and Cultural context of the learners have a major underpinning in their learning. Therefore, keeping the sociological assumptions upfront and its intersectionality with philosophical and psychological assumptions my major approach of research is qualitative. My earlier research works uncovered the consciousness of teachers towards Child Rights, including the status of Child Friendliness of Schools by using quantitative and qualitative methods specially focusing on phenomenology.
- Singh, K. (2014). Are our schools child friendly? Shaikshik Parisamvad, 4(2), 35–45.
- Singh, K. (2015a). Review of national curriculum framework for teacher education (2010) in context of child rights. The Voice, 2(1), 40–43.
- Singh, K. (2015b). Where to focus to break the poverty cycle? Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, 5(5), 69–71.
- Singh, K. (2017). Art integration in teaching and learning. EDU-WORLD, 6(1), 246–253.
- Singh, K. (2018a). Humor: the brain defogger in the classroom. Innovative Thoughts, 5(4), 30–36.Singh, K. (2018b). Positive and negative rights of children. Conflux Journal of Education, 5(9), 14–17.
- Singh, K. (2018b). Positive and negative rights of children. Conflux Journal of Education, 5(9), 14–17.
- Singh, K. (2019). How much inclusive, safe and equipped is our school? the opinion of secondary school students towards child-friendly environment of their schools. Journal of Gujarat Research Society, 21(14), 721–728.
- Singh, K. (2020). How much child-friendly are our schools? the opinion of students on teachers’ support, instructional practices and community participation in their schools. Think India Journal, 22(14), 9702–9710.
- Singh, K., & Saxena, D. (2016). Sex Ratio, Birth Registration, Health and Nutritional Status of Indian Children. Social Science and Development Policy, 2(1), 155–159.