KA Introduction

Program

The program aims at equipping teachers with the necessary skills to cater to the individual needs of children and schools and facilitate the transition from theory to practice for child-centric learning. We incorporate current trends in global education through interactive facilitation and need-based modules for teachers. We also provide customized workshops for schools, by using a wide-ranging data bank of anecdotal evidence.

 

Affordability

We are committed to your success, and part of that is providing a quality that is commensurate with our fee. Each of our modules will give you complete value for your money and ensure an optimum, upward learning curve.

 

Facilitators

We have a team of quality, experienced facilitators, who individually have approximately  twenty years of teaching and administrative experience in renowned institutions, across a variety of curricula. They will mentor, guide and facilitate your learning in an efficient, competent manner.

 

Courses

The courses and modules for professional development are specific, practical and can be immediately applied in the classroom environment.

 

Our USP as a Professional Development Initiative

  • —   Quality expert facilitators
  • —   Multidimensional approach – theory, practice and delivery
  • —   Need based customized modules
  • —   Interactive facilitation
  • —   Immediate implementation of module content
  • —   Wide-ranging data bank of anecdotal evidence
  • —   Sustained training
  • —   Post implementation impact measurement tools

The KA Advantage

  • Enhancement of global knowledge and skills, while continuing to work
  • Enrichment of career progression
  • Higher productivity for schools
  • Ultimately, all of this leads to an enhancement of student performance

 

PROGRAMS

EARLY LEARNING YEARS MODULES

Sr. no COURSE A COURSE B
1 What makes a good teacher v/s facilitator? Am I open minded?
2 Theories and Approaches Inquiry Based Learning
3 Developmental Milestones in Early Learning Years Differentiation
4 Scope and Sequence/ Vertical Articulation Multiple Intelligencies
5 Resources and Strategies + Designing a classroom + Classroom Management IT in the classroom
6 Lesson Planning and Time Tabling ( an ideal day for preschoolers) EQ
7 Assessment Event Planning and Co-ordination
8 Communication Learning Centres
9 Special Needs Read Alouds and Guided Reading
10 The power of Play, setting up Play stations Me Time (morning meetings)
11 Homework: What can it include? Leadership and Administration
12 Art, Music, Movement and Drama in the classroom Life Skills Training/ Safety Health and Nutrition
Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) Individual Social Responsibility (ISR)

 

 

PRIMARY YEARS MODULES

Sr. no COURSE A COURSE B
1 Evolution Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
2 What Makes A Good Teacher

Professionalism

Multiple Intelligence (I)
3 Theories/approaches of Learning

Importance of Facilitation vs Instruction (with case studies)

Classroom Management-Introdcution

Multiple Intelligence (II)
4 Framework (Scope & Sequence  English, Math, Science) Learning Styles
5 Planning Differentiation
6 Resources Flipped Classroom (I)
7 Strategies – Tran disciplinary Facilitation Flipped Classroom (II)
8 Developing Skills and Concepts:

Reading/ Math and Science Skills and Concepts

Writing / Math and Science Skills and Concepts

Project based learning
9 Communication Skills: Peer, Parent and Students Examination Skills
10 Homework/ Handwriting (Strategies) Assessments (I)
11 Guidance and Discipline

Classroom Management

Assessments (II)
12 Special Needs Environmental Awareness
Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) Individual Social Responsibility (ISR)

 

SECONDARY YEARS MODULES

Sr.no COURSE A COURSE B
1 (A)Theories  of /Approaches to Learning

(B)   Know Your Learner

(A)Developing Skills : Reading with a purpose

 

Mathematics and Scientific Skills

(B)Developing Skills : Writing with a purpose

 

Mathematics and Scientific Skills

2 Creating empathy , Building Self –Esteem Communication Skills
3  Class Management : Managing Learners, Class Environment, Materials Emotional Intelligence: Building EQ in the Classroom
4 Behaviour Management – Conflict Resolution

 

(A)Multiple Intelligence
(B)Multiple Intelligence : Subject –specific sessions:

English & Humanities/Math and Science

5

 

 (A)Instructional Design and Planning :  Scope and Sequence

Goals, Objectives,  Curriculum – Annual, Monthly, Weekly  Plans

Study Skills

 

 

(B)Instructional Design and Planning :  Scope and Sequence

Goals, Objectives,  Curriculum – Annual, Monthly, Weekly Plans

6  Cooperative  and Collaborative Learning , Questioning Skills  Examination Skills
(B)Effective Teaching Strategies : Introduction

Cooperative  and Collaborative Learning , Questioning Skills

7  Inquiry- Based Learning and Problem – Based Learning  A)Developing Critical And Creative Thinking
 B)Developing Critical And Creative Thinking

 

Subject Specific Strategies

8 Using Graphic Organisers to Teach and  to help students learn.  A)The Flipped Classroom : Introduction
 B)The Flipped Classroom : Subject Specific Strategies
9 Differentiated Instruction : Subject-Specific Session : English & Humanities , Math & Science  Learning Styles
10  Managing Learners with Special Needs Trans disciplinary Learning
11  (A)Assessment  – Formative and Summative Incorporating Technology into the classroom
 (B)Assessment – Formative and Summative
12

 

(A) Time Management Incorporating Environmental Awareness in the

 

Classroom

(B)Time Management
Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) Individual Social Responsibility (ISR)