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Q & A
S
CIENCE
AND
M
ATHEMATICS
IN
NCF-2005
U
PPER
P
RIMARY
, S
ECONDARY
AND
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IGHER
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TAGES
Key Issues and Concerns of NCF-2005 for
Science and Mathematics Re-emphasised for
their Easy Implementation
Department of Education in Science and Mathematics
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First Edition
March 2010 Chaitra 1932
PD 2T HK
© National Council of
Educational Research and
Training, 2010
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Printed on 80 GSM paper
Published at the Publication
Department by the Secretary,
National Council of Educational
Research and Training, Sri
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ISBN 978-93-5007-036-9
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F
OREWORD
The National Curriculum Framework (NCF, 2005) presents a fresh
perspective on the teaching of different school subjects, including
the natural sciences and mathematics.  This perspective has been
derived from contemporary theoretical understanding of
children’s cognitive development on one hand, and serious
engagement with the epistemological issues pertaining to each
major school subject, on the other. In the context of teaching, the
insights and recommendations provided in NCF have been further
elaborated in the position papers of the National Focus Groups
on Science and Mathematics chaired respectively, by Professor
Arvind Kumar, former Director, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science
Education, Mumbai, and Professor R. Ramanujam, Centre for
Ecological Sciences, Institute of Mathematical Science, Chennai.
The insights and recommendations of these documents have been
used to develop the new syllabi and textbooks for all stages in
these two key areas of the school curriculum.
The present publication is aimed at providing further
commentary and elaboration on the new ideas and concepts that
NCF and related documents contain.  Our purpose is to familiarise
teachers with these ideas and concepts with the help of
illustrations drawn from relevant topics.  Teachers have a crucial
role in translating the recommendations of NCF into pedagogic
and assessment strategies which might do justice to the enormous
effort that has gone into the making of new syllabus and textbooks
of science and mathematics.  The idea that classroom knowledge
should derive from children’s experience and enable them to
construct knowledge in successively more complex ways presents
a great challenge and opportunity for systemic change.
We hope that this publication will reach teachers and teacher
educators all over the country and that it will be utilised in both
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in-service and pre-service training programmes.  We will expect
that it will find readership among senior teachers of science and
mathematics as well as principals and other administrative
functionaries whose understanding of NCF-related issues can
make a crucial input in softening the rigid frames of time, student
performance and parental demands which define our system.
I appreciate the contribution made for the successful
completion of this document by Professor Arvind Kumar, Professor
R. Ramanujam, Dr. Savithri Singh, Mr. Arvind Gupta, Professor
Madhav Gadgil, Ms. Harsh Kumari, and Mr. G.B. Pande.  I also
record my appreciation of the hard work put in by Dr. Shashi
Prabha and Professor Hukum Singh , Head, Department of
Education in Science and Mathematics. We also acknowledge the
contribution made by Curriculum Group, Department of Teacher
Education and Extension, Department of Educational
Measurement and Evaluation and the Workshop.
Director
National Council of Educational
Research and Training
New Delhi
November 2009
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P
REFACE
This document is an attempt to convey in brief the main ideas of
the NCF-2005 to teachers and all stakeholders of education in
Science and Mathematics at the upper primary, secondary and
higher secondary stages of school education.  After NCF-2005
was brought out, NCERT received very valuable feedback from
teachers from different parts of the country through various
modes of interaction, particularly during video conferencing
programmes. The interaction consisted of queries and comments
as well as narration of their experiences during the
implementation of NCF-2005. There was also a general feeling of
the need for an explanation of the main ideas of NCF-2005 in
simple words that would help teachers   in deeper understanding
of NCF -2005 and its implementation.
Any process of simplification is bound to result in some loss
of the richness and subtlety of the original document.  This
document is therefore not intended to be a substitute for NCF-2005.
It is an attempt to explain and re-emphasise some of its ideas and
guidelines concerned with   science and mathematics. We have
adopted an interactive dialogue format for the ease of reading and
also to project and clarify queries and doubts that teachers have
about NCF-2005. Most importantly, we have tried to avoid a top-down
approach where a teacher may raise her doubts and ask questions
and someone gives all the wise answers! Instead, the dialogue is
designed on equal terms respecting teachers’ queries and
narration, even as NCF-2005 viewpoint is put forth. The answers
are intended to indicate the broad consensus   of all stakeholders
in the system—including those who were involved in the
development of NCF-2005.
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The book contains five parts, i.e., three chapters and two
annexures. Chapter 1 explains about major concerns and
perspectives of NCF-2005. Criteria for an ideal science curriculum,
the main goal of mathematics education and the shift in focus
from mathematical content to mathematical learning environment
where a whole range of processes take place are discussed in
Chapter 2. If children's classroom experiences are to be organised
in a manner that permits them to construct knowledge, then our
teachers need to feel empowered for it. Chapter 3 includes a
dialogue with the teachers about their apprehensions and
difficulties faced by them in implementing the essence of
NCF-2005, and issues related to the examination reforms.
Annexure–I   gives a glossary of key terms and phrases appearing
in NCF-2005 for ready reference. Annexure–II gives some
examples and   anecdotes that the teachers  should be able to
readily relate to. Most of the examples have been carried out by
practising teachers in the classrooms. The development team met
a few times to revise, refine and edit this document.
We hope this document will serve its purpose to explain the
main ideas   of NCF-2005 and help in its implementation. Teacher
educators, policy makers and other field functionaries will find it
equally useful.
A
RVIND
K
UMAR
Professor
Homi Bhabha Centre
for Science Education
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D
EVELOPMENT
T
EAM
M
EMBERS
A.K. Wazalwar, Reader, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Alka Mehrotra, Reader, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Arvind Gupta, Inter University Centre for Astronomy and
Astrophysics, Pune
Arvind Kumar,  Professor, Centre Director, Homi Bhabha
Centre for Science Education, Mumbai
B.K. Sharma, Professor, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
B.K. Tripathi, Professor, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Bharthi Kukkal, PGT (Physics), Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pushp
Vihar, Sector 3, New Delhi
D.R. Sharma, PGT (Maths), Jawahar Navodaya   Vidyalaya,
Mungeshpur, New Delhi
G.B. Pande, Uttrakhand Seva Nidhi, Paryavaran Shiksha
Sansthan, Jakhan Devi, Almora
H.O. Gupta, Professor and Head, NIE Workshop, NCERT, New
Delhi
Harsh Kumari, Headmistress, CIE, Experimental Basic
School, Department of Education, University of Delhi, Delhi
Hukum Singh, Professor and Head, DESM, NCERT,New Delhi
Madhav Gadgil, Professor, Agarkar Institute, Pune
Mahendra Shankar, Lecturer, S.G. (Retd.), DESM, NCERT,
New Delhi
R. Ramanujam, Professor, Centre for Ecological Sciences,
Institute of Mathematical Science, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
R.P. Maurya, Reader,  DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Raj Rani, Reader, Department of Teacher Education and
Extension , NCERT, New Delhi
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Ram Avtar, Professor (Retd.), DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Ranjana Arora, Reader, Curriculum Group,NCERT,
New Delhi
Sangeeta Arora, PGT (Maths), Apeejay School, Saket,
New Delhi
Savithri Singh, Principal, Acharya Narendra Dev College, New
Delhi
Sunita L. Varte, Lecturer, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
V.P. Singh, Reader, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Vandana Saxena, TGT (Science), Kendriya Vidyalaya
No.3, Second Shift, New Delhi
Veer Pal Singh, Reader, DEME, NCERT, New Delhi
M
EMBER
-
C
OORDINATOR
Shashi Prabha,  Sr. Lecturer, DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
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A
CKNOWLEDGEMENT
The National Council of Educational Research and Training
(NCERT) gratefully acknowledges the valuable contribution of
the individuals and organisations involved in the development of
Q & A Science and Mathematics in NCF-2005.
Valuable guidance and suggestions at various stages of
development of this document provided by Professor Krishna
Kumar, Director, NCERT, is highly acknowledged.
Acknowledgements are due to Professor Hukum Singh,
Head, Department of Education in Science and Mathematics,
NCERT, for his academic guidance and administrative support.
The Council is thankful for the efforts of Deepak Kapoor,
Incharge, Computer Station, DESM; Rohit Verma, Mohammad
Jabir Hussain and Pawan Kumar Barriar, DTP Operators, and
K.T. Chitralekha, Copy Editor. The contributions of APC Office,
administrative staff of DESM, Publication Department  and
Secretariat  of NCERT are also highly appreciated.
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