Shalini Dixit, is an M.Phil- PhD from Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Masters in Psychology.
She received NCERT Doctoral Fellowship for her PhD research. Her doctoral work on the understanding of history was awarded D Sinha Best Doctoral Dissertation Award by the National Academy of Psychology in the year 2013. She has had years of experience in teaching and research in a number of colleges in University of Delhi including Jesus & Mary College and Mata Sundri College (Department of Elementary Education) and Kamla Nehru College (Department of Psychology) as Assistant Professor. She also worked with Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations of Education, NCERT; Save the Children, Finland; and James Cook University Australia, Singapore Campus. Her familiarity and interest lies in Cultural and Cognitive Processes in appreciation of History, Critical aspects Educational Psychology , Cultural Processes, Social Psychology, Gender Issues with Social Psychological perspective, and Rojerian approach to Personality and Communications etc.
Her research area has been understanding and notions of history amongst people in Santali tribal cultural community.
Dixit, Shalini . 2019. “Generating Self-Reflection: Findings from Self-Development Workshops in Teacher Training Curriculum”. Education and Self Development 14(1): 20-31. https://eandsdjournal.org/wp-stuff/uploads/sites/2/2019/04/ESD58-04.pdf.
Dixit, Shalini , and Bharat Chandra Rout. 2017. “Writing History: Truth and Ideology”. The New Leam 3(22-23): 5-7. http://thenewleam.com/2017/03/writing-history-truth-and-ideology-by-shalini-dixit-and-bharat-chandra-rout/.
Kurup, Anitha , and Shalini Dixit. 2016. “Gifted with Disabilities: The Twice Exceptional in India”. Indian Educational Review 54(2): 7-25. http://eprints.nias.res.in/1713/.
Dixit, Shalini . 2016. “Understanding of History among Tribal and Non-Tribal Children and Adults”. International Education and Research Journal 2(10): 30-33. http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/487/459.
- Cognition and Learning
- Human Relations and Communication
- Classroom Management
- Social Psychology
- Psychological Skills
- General Psychology
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