A workshop on SMART lesson planning using blooms Taxonomy was conducted in GJS in Jalna. The teachers were enthusiastic and eager to learn new strategies to Develop Critical Thinking Skills. A group of about 68 teachers attended the workshop.
A workshop on Creating a Contemporary Learning Environment for the post-millennials was conducted on the 7th of June at Golden Jublee School Jalna. The workshop turned out to be very interesting and captivating for the 68 Teachers who attended wholeheartedly.
27th March 2017-A Workshop was conducted in Amritsar o..n Skill based learning.
It was attended by 20 schools and 150 teachers.( Sponsored by Evergreen Publishers)
28th March 2017 – A Workshop conducted in Gurdaspur on teaching strategies.
It was attended by 20 schools and 145 teachers. . (Sponsored by Evergreen Publishers)
29TH and 30th March 2017 -Two workshops were conducted in Jalandhar on the importance of skill based learning, 21st century teaching strategies and use of technology in classrooms. It was attended by 40 schools and 300+ teachers. (Sponsored by Evergreen Publishers)
A workshop on emotional awareness was conducted on the 17th May 2017 in Asian School Dehradun.
Helping adolescents succeed at school is about a lot more than just learning the 3 R’s and exploiting the power of the internet. A teen’s capacity to learn can be severely impacted by their emotional state. When teens feel anxious, angry, or upset they will absorb far less than when they are stable, happy, safe, and comfortable with their surroundings. It is therefore important to help young children not only to manage their daily life but also their emotions. A meaningful interaction and group discussion on the problems faced by teachers in school today.
18TH MAY 2017- A workshop was conducted at Asian School Dehra Dun
On teaching strategies required for the 21st century learners.
It was much appreciated by the staff members of the Asian School Positive feedback like -It brought back my passion which had died somewhere in this daily work schedule. It was an Eye-opener. We really enjoyed it!…made one realize the importance of Professional development as an ongoing need for improvement.