Why is Teacher Training a Must?
Teaches are a crucial and integral part of the education system. A great teacher is crucial to a student’s development and growth. So, how does one become a great teacher? As teachers, we are always... Read More
Why is Teacher Training a Must?
I am a Montessori teacher- have been for 8 years and we are required to attend 24 hrs per year of continuing education. These classes have been mostly repetitive and I don't learn much, I am wondering if you have any ideas about how to educate EDUCATORS and daycare personnel on how to elevate their ... Read More
Procedure for Opening a Primary School
I am a trained Nursery teacher and in this profession for almost 10 years . Now I want to open my own pre primary school( Nursery and KG) in west Delhi. I belong to a lower middle class family.I lost my husband 5 months back.I want to know the amount requiy to open a school and process... Read More
AI in CBSE Schools to be Integrated with Multiple Subjects Across all Classes
It was introduced as an optional subject in schools. Taking the AI induction to the next step, the board now is planning to oversee its integration with other subjects across all classes. It has been reported that the teacher training to this end will start in the coming months.... Read More
Teacher Training and Learning Outcomes
There has been a lot of deliberation over the level of qualification and skills of teachers teaching across schools in India. Teacher training policies have been reviewed and commissions appointed to study and report on the scenario.... Read More
Learning outcome-centered MHRD’s Road Map for the new academic session 2020-21 released for NCERT
NCERT has been given a learning outcome oriented road map for the next academic year by the MHRD. The curriculum design, as per the directions of the ministry, has to be completed by the NCERT by October 2020 for classes 1 to 5 while the training of teachers for classes 6 to 12 has to be completed... Read More
India with its teacher-training infrastructure, one of the largest in the world, ranks inordinately low when learning outcomes are assessed. Indeed, the government schools are the ones which are annually... Read More
The Need to Revisit Teacher-Training
The pandemic has brought to light an open secret which is that education has to become compatible with virtual landscapes. The educators have to adapt themselves to the demands of the technology-driven pedagogies and be ready to unlearn, re-learn, and upskill constantly.... Read More
Failing two qualification exams would mean retirement for M.P. school teachers
It was stated by the minister that “After failing to crack the first test, these teachers again underwent training and given opportunity to appear in the exam. Those who have failed in both the tests will be given the compulsory retirement.”... Read More
5 changes that the education system of the day demands
Rote learning has ruled the roost for long and it is a prevalent mode of learning across subjects.... Read More
The Features of a Next Generation Classroom in a School?
With digital literacy on the rise and the ease of availability of information and data, it is pertinent to think about the shifts that the schools and the classrooms would undergo in the future... Read More
Schools to reopen Zone-wise for classes 8 to12, green zones to take the lead, others would gradually follow
Reopening of schools and strategy thereof is being deliberated intensely by the Centre in coordination with the states and UTs. The point of the strategy of reopening of schools that is unambiguous is that it is going to be phased and zone-wise. This is of course the post-lockdown possible scenar... Read More
interviews for TGT aspirants in government-aided schools scrapped
Procedural regulations regarding the appointment of the trained graduate teachers (TGT) are set to be amended in Uttar Pradesh. After the amendment, the interview stage of the selection procedure of TGT will be omitted and the selection will be based on the merit list which will be prepared based on... Read More
Is Coaching Different From Mentoring ?
Almost more than half of the teachers have been mentored at some point in their lives. Either when we were hired as a teacher, or when we were a new student in the class. Not many of us can say... Read More
CBSE plans syllabus rationalization for class 9-12 after taking stock of the disruption caused by COVID-19 lockdown
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has hinted that the rationalization of the syllabus for classes 9-12 is on the cards. The rationalization is to compensate for the school time that will be lost as COVID-19 runs its course. Currently, the situation is being assessed and the time loss i... Read More
New assessment framework for middle and secondary classes launched by CBSE
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has put forth a proposed competency-based assessment framework, as suggested by the NEP 2020, for classes 6 to 10. The new assessment framework aims to do away with the testing based on passive memorization and institute assessment systems that jud... Read More
Things To Do For a Cordial Class Environment
The 1950s marks the period when two psychologists Jacob Kounin and Paul Gump had a eureka moment after observing closely about the psychological changes that happen among children due to the strict nature of teachers. They are of the opinion that if a child disobeys and if the teacher adopts techniq... Read More