• Constructivist Approach to Teaching and learning
• Use of Technology in College and School Teaching Learning
• Computer Assisted learning
• Different approaches like co-operative learning, collaborative learning, team teaching, Brain based learning etc.
• Mobile learning.
• Working with community for understanding society
• Preparing teachers for Inclusive classroom
• Life skill Education
P.V.D.T. College of Education for Women started as a department in S.N.D.T. Arts College Mumbai in 1951. In 1959 it was converted into a full fledge college with Marathi and Gujarati Medium B.Ed Classes. Since then the College has been actively engaged in teacher training programme. It has been preparing women educators for over six decades. Our college is conducted college of S.N.D.T. Women’s University. It is aided college with qualified and learned faculty. Today, the college has six distinct thrusts
1) To equip the student teachers with respect to effective class room teaching practices
2) To equip the student teachers with respect to latest development in the field of education
3) To organize training programmes with respect to new trends in education for teachers and teacher educators.
4) To develop instructional materials in the form of monographs, booklet, hand written periodicals, teaching aids for the benefit of teaching community.
5) To organize need based seminars, conferences, workshops for student teachers, teachers, teacher educators for improvement of quality of teaching.
6) To equip the student teachers with respect to development in the field of ICT.
The college has two classes one Marathi Medium and other Gujarati Medium with intake capacity of 80 in each division. Students are admitted through the centralized admission procedure. The college is situated on the third floor of the main building of the SNDT Women’s University. The college has about 35 secondary schools which are used for practice teaching and internship programmes. The schools are spread all over Mumbai.
“To prepare effective secondary and higher secondary teachers, who are capable of responding to the changing needs of the modern Indian Society with the challenges and opportunities available there in.”
“Sanskrita Stree Para Shakti”