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  • Course Duration
  • Assessment Self / Peer / Teacher
  • Certificate
  • Language English
  • Lessons 12
  • Course Capacity 32

Who can apply

  • Freshers who aspire to be teachers
  • Currently employed teachers looking for growth and furthering their knowledge and skills
  • Parents who would like to have a holistic view of child development

Course Eligibility

  • Proficiency in spoken and written English, HSC qualification
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Course Objectives

  • To equip teachers with necessary skills to cater to new-age learners
  • To introduce and enhance existing pedagogies
  • To facilitate transition from theory to practice for child- centric learning
  • To create unique, inquiry or project based, child-centric lesson plans for different subject areas and different age groups
  • To understand and apply different methods and materials (strategies and resources) for teaching-learning
  • To enhance the communication skills of teachers and provide them with applicable techniques to communicate with children, parents and colleagues
  • To gain an understanding of syllabus/ curriculum expectations as global benchmarks, for different age and developmental groups
  • To empower teachers with immediate implementation of module content
  • To share and learn from anecdotal evidence from a wide-ranging data bank of real life experiences
  • To learn various techniques of formative and summative assessments in schools

Delivery Method

All modules will include a well thought out combination of different delivery techniques, a few of which are listed below:

  • audio-visuals
  • group work
  • demonstrations
  • handouts
  • presentations
  • case studies
  • internet links
  • individual assignments and reports
  • role plays and simulations
  • micro-teaching
  • sharing of best practices
  • field work (exposure to an actual school environment

Course Modules Method

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