These were gathered from different published books and studies that underwent relative inquiries related to the topic and the various models that contributed to the creation and foundation of tactics that will encourage reversal in this manner.
The author concluded the article through clearly stating the holistic approach of improving and fostering Indian teachers as leaders in their field. He further noted that “This Holistic development (psycho-spiritual-intellectual) will address the much needed cross cultural tolerance & will upgrade the level of not only learning but also global employability skills of students and teachers” (as cited in Raj, 2009).
The limitation of this article comes with the presentation of the model followed by the subjects of the study and will not impose or change the current status of teachers. It will not efforts to change what is being followed by other educational institutions around the world.
After the article was being read, and reviewed, I personally believed that it had presented a good example for those people who strive hard in improving the leadership status of different types of teaching individuals. In addendum, it also took effort in presenting the influences that technology provided to the individuals, especially that in this fast paced world, there is nothing that will be new but technology itself (as cited in Sweeney, 2003). This article however did not attempt to change the idea of what is the best model to be followed, rather to show the things that might be useful in changing the current status of the teaching individuals.
The good thing about this topic is that it clearly provides the positive and the negative side of technological advancements in a developing country, like India. It also provided suggestions that will help in fostering change in the profession being discussed. Furthermore, it also presented the different effects posed to