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K. L. International teachers, Shreya Pasricha and Rashi Chawla played integral roles in the recent VARTAH 2.0 National School Counselors' Summit hosted by GD Goenka University. This two-day event, designed to champion a positive mental health culture in educational settings, covered a wide array of topics. Discussions ranged from viewing exams as a life skill and exploring the impact of AI on mental health to delving into art therapy, sports, success in higher education, and the challenges faced in counselling.
Esteemed speakers shared valuable insights addressing pressing issues like exam anxiety and suicide prevention. The summit served as a platform for school counsellors and educators to engage in meaningful conversations, focusing on raising awareness, advocating for reforms, and strategizing actions to enhance the well-being of children and adolescents within the educational landscape.
Amid this dynamic gathering, the active engagement of teachers underscores K. L. International's dedication to remaining at the forefront of educational developments and contributing meaningfully to the on-going efforts aimed at fostering a positive mental health culture within educational ecosystems.
Learning is not the product of teaching. It is the product of the activity of learners.
Learning science through standards was on the docket for the training programme organised by BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards). A programme held for 'Mentors of Standard Club' for two days empowered the skill educators in developing learning opportunities and amplifying the scientific temperament in young talents. A few teachers of KLI attended the event and steered about the different experimental activities through lab visits which will help our students to brush up their scientific skills.
A workshop on the National Curriculum Framework was organised for the teachers by NCERT. This highly expert session was featuring Prof. Suniti Sanwal, Prof. D. P. Saklani, Director, NCERT, Dr. Ram Sankar, Director Training, CBSE, Dr. Dhir Jhingran, Founder Director, LLF, Member NSC, Prof. Padma Yadav.
The session fostered with various activities and teaching materials, which can make the students engrossed in academic fields. For the excellence of students in academics, simple activities that will include toys and multilinguism, ensuring progressive growth of each child was one of the main aims of NCF. Various salient features of text NCERT books, which include inclusion of Indian knowledge system, gradual progression for reading and writing, were acceded to the teachers.
Emphasis on Jaadui Pitara Demonstration of Learning Teaching Materials (Group work and Assignment on Jaadui Pitara) followed by Language and Literacy Development, Cognitive Development-Numeracy and Environmental Awareness, and Valedictory session.
The fruitful session was productive for staff members, as various strategies, tools and best practices for teaching and learning were shared involving collaboration and active contribution. It was an interactive and enlightening workshop.
"Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think."
To ensure a proper flow of knowledge and enable teachers to adapt, adopt and create new ideas according to NCF a workshop was conducted for the teachers of classes III-VIII. The resource person Ms. Deepali Singh, a certified academic auditor, an educator, an author who is well known for training and empowering the administrative and academic staff highlighted the significance of implementing NEP in modern education. Integrated learning, learning by doing, activities, assessments were the crux of the session. To trade ideas, thoughts and escalate the knowledge of the teachers, various activities were conducted and were trained to make their classes more exciting and fun-filled. The erudite session gave prolific outputs and encouraged teachers to work at a forge.
Understanding why people suffer, how they change and how to help them live more satisfying and gratifying lives is a fascinating, huge and important undertaking.
This thought was revived in the minds of our teachers in accordance to their students, as Ms. Bhavna Jain Paul conducted a workshop for the teachers in our school, K. L. International. The workshop based on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy was full of innovative and creative activities which aimed at improving the learning and teaching styles of teachers as per the need of the hour.
Teachers not only enjoyed the session but also regarded it as very informative and helpful. Ms. Bhavna Jain also applauded the wholesome effort and cooperation put in by the teachers to make this session a success.
With a combined initiative of CBSE, NCERT and UNESCO 'School Health and Wellness Program' was conducted at Delhi. This five day program was attended by Ms Simran Kaur, PGT Psychology, K. L. International School.
The program was scheduled under 11 modules innovatively by the trainers. The eminent delegates Dr Ram Shankar Director Training CBSE Delhi, Mr Shailendra Shrivastav Statistical Advisor UNESCO, Prof Sridhar Shrivastava Joint Director NCERT New Delhi and Dr Sandeep Jain Joint Secretary Training CBSE were the iconic personalities of the training session. This session was a 'Master Trainer Program' and the trainees who attended the program are now the Master Trainers. They are now eligible to take workshop on this program in various schools. The trainees have been titled as 'Health and Wellness Ambassador'.
The areas covered in the program were growing up Healthy, Emotional and Mental Personal Relationship, Nutrition, Sanitation, Promotion of Healthy Lifestyle etc. It was a delightful collaboration to learn, unlearn and relearn. The sessions were great reminders of the importance to prioritize Health and Wellness in our schools.
The program mainly aimed at student's health and understanding the challenges of adolescence. It also gave an insight towards puberty and certain myths related to growing up. It included skills to counter stigma and stereotypes during adolescence.
The importance of emotional well-being, mental health and interpersonal relationships were the highlights of the session. Various triggers and symptoms of physical diseases were discussed and health sanitation was sensitized for teachers.
A healthy lifestyle was promoted through case studies and role plays. Safe use of internet and gadgets were imparted through videos and poster making. The program proved to be essentially important for the holistic development of the students.
The birth anniversary of great poet Mahadevi Verma was beautifully celebrated at K. L. International School. Mahadevi Verma was a renowned personality of Hindi literature. She was an Indian Hindi language poet, essayist and sketch story writer. She has been also addressed as the 'Modern Meera'.
The celebration started with the lightning of lamp. Many poetries of Mahadevi Verma were recited by the students. A mesmerizing dance performance was the attraction of the celebration. Hindi faculties from in and around Meerut witnessed the celebration.
Dr. Deepa Tyagi was the speaker of the day. She threw light on the personality and works of Mahadevi Verma. It was a delightful celebration.
An outstanding initiative has been taken by COE, CBSE Noida, to remember and recall the eminent Indian poets of Hindi Literature on their birth anniversaries.
Great poet of his time, Shri Bhavani Prasad Mishra was remembered on his birth anniversary on 29th March. He was honoured with Sahitya Akademi Award in 1972 for his book 'Buni Hui Rassi'.
The program started with the lightning of lamp. Many poetries of Shri Mishra were recited by the students.
Dr. Anju, Assistant professor Hindi Department CCS University was the speaker of the day. She discussed about the works of Shri Bhawani Prasad Mishra. Hindi teachers from various CBSE schools participated in the celebration.
A workshop on National Education Policy was held in the premises of K. L. International School. The resource person for the same was Ms. Jyotsna Bhardwaj, the Founder and the Director of Envision India.
The workshop attended by the teachers of classes I-VIII, aimed at enhancing their practical knowledge regarding the NEP. The teachers were encouraged to focus on various challenges, policies and skills included in NEP. Numerous activities were also conducted during the workshop which made it entertaining along with being knowledgeable.
"Constitution is guarantor and judiciary is protector”.
This powerful thought struck a chord with many. An informative work shop was conducted for all the teachers and staff of the school on Legal, Academic and Psychological Aspects of Child Abuse Prevention by Project CACA to discuss the role of school facilitators in identifying the signs and symptoms of children undergoing any kind of abuse.
Resource Persons Mr. Vikas, Director of Advocacy at Project CACA and Ms. Pratibha, Clinical Psychologist from Delhi University discussed many of the cases and shared the guidelines of CWC with the teachers. The key highlights of the workshop were – the legal awareness on POCSO Act, 2012 and Juvenile Justice Act. Teachers were also involved in a situational based role plays so as to equip them with the necessary skills to handle any adverse circumstances. The session enhanced the knowledge of teachers which will prove to be very helpful for them and also leads towards a confident handling for any adverse situation. It was concluded with the maxim: the greater the knowledge, the bigger the deterrent. Mr. Sudhanshu Shekhar, Principal acknowledged the resource persons for the knowledgeable session.
A webinar for teachers was conducted by Project CACA in K. L. International School on 09 August 2021. The speaker of the webinar Monika Solanki, who has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from D.U. and a master’s degree in criminology from LNJN National Institute of Criminology & Forensic Science, elucidated the teachers about their building capacity on the welfare and safety of children under the umbrella of Project CACA.
She accentuated the fact that teachers can not only play a vital role in enhancing the life skills like self-awareness, empathy decision making, problem-solving etc. but also work upon childrens’ behavior and their feelings.
The Virtual webinar on Early Childhood Education was conducted for kindergarten teachers wherein the resource person from The Ultimate Knowledge, Ms Akshita Nigam, Product Manager enlightened the educators about the strategies to be applied in the virtual classroom to derive better learning outcomes.
The webinar focused on Activity-based learning, Hands-on learning, and Communication skills. The workshop was designed to support and empower educators with the tools, skills, and confidence to bring play-based, media integrated, learner-centred experiences into their own teaching.
The workshop in a nutshell was comprehensive, informative and useful.
“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will”.
Though efficiency is the foundation of survival, effectiveness is the foundation of success and K. L. International School, believing in both efficiency and effectiveness, is continuously working to adapt to the advancement in the education sector and provide a better platform to its students and staff for their approach.
A webinar on contemporary Learning Techniques in the Modern classroom was conducted by Dr Bogusia Matusiak-Varley (International Consultant).
The webinar revisited the essentials of proven working practices to make learning meaningful for students. Dr Bogusia focused on sharing experiences of what is happening in contemporary classrooms that make learning relevant and engaging.
The areas of cognitive learning and its use, including teaching and understanding, will underpin the motto behind the presentation on Learning techniques in the Modern classroom.
The workshop was useful and it iterated the continuous efforts being made by the school management to enhance the online learning platform for the teachers.
The workshop in a nutshell was comprehensive, informative and practical in nature.
“I hear, I forgot
I see, I remember
I do, I understand”
Teaching aids prove to be a formidable supplement for teachers when the reinforcement of a skill or concept is necessary. To induce the same essence in teaching-learning an intriguing and interactive 5 days workshop organised by Pragati Vigyan Sanstha, Meerut on “Low Cost Science Teaching Aids” was attended by the teachers of K. L. International School. The workshop was inaugurated by Mr. Shashank Chaudhary, CDO, Meerut.
Multifarious activities delineating sundial activity, rocket making, DNA model, different methods of calculation etc. proved informative. Different Phenomenon like symbiosis, decomposition were extensively explained by Prof. S. N. Tyagi Retd. IFS officer of C.C.S University, Meerut.
The session with the beaming faces concluded with a zone of multitudinous activities where K. L. International emerged as one of the proud winners.
The workshop was informative, enlightening and well-integrated with the subject.
K. L. International School conducted a highly informative workshop on January 29, 2021, for the computer department of the school. Themed “Learning to Code & Artificial Intelligence”. The session was under the umbrella of TUK. Eminent guest speaker was Mr. Shashank Dixit, a renowned expert in computational thinking, Artificial Intelligence and cyber awareness. He apprised the teachers of the increased use of technology which is a need of the hour. He highlighted the importance of coding, AI and it’s future aspects and how AI can be implemented in the school curriculum.
He introduced various platforms for building AI applications and making these tools available.
The session concluded with a positive interaction : Q/A round where teachers shared their insights and brought home the point that 'Artificial Intelligence is a tool, not a threat!!'
Early childhood is a crucial stage of life in terms of a child’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social development. The learning capabilities of humans continue for the rest of their lives but not at the intensity that is demonstrated in the preschool years.
Keeping up with the thought, the Early Childhood Education (ECE) workshop was organized for the teachers in K. L. International School under the stewardship of TUK. The resource person, Ms. Akshita Nigam, trainer and product specialist of Early Childhood Education (TUK) is an eminent speaker and expert in Child Development.
She apprised the teachers of novice aspects of early education like horizontal curriculum, play way methods, interactive lesson plans, scaling the level of motor skills and collaboration of life skills in everyday lives. She emphasized on providing an open and positive atmosphere to children because that will not only support what goes inside the classroom but will also instil the desire to learn in them. She also shared some tips to resolve behavioural issues of children. She stressed on planning lessons by keeping multiple intelligences in mind. Umpteen ideas floated at the workshop were appreciated by the teachers. The workshop concluded with positive interaction and the thought that these ideas should be implemented at the primary level so that children could enjoy their classroom learning.
It was a captive session indeed.
The school teachers attended a virtual workshop organized by Project CACA on 30 August 2020. The workshop sensitized our teachers towards understanding the need and importance of POCSO Act and Juvenile Justice Act. The resource person Ms. Monika Solanki, Project Coordinator of Project CACA talked about Protection of Children and informed our teachers about how they could play a key role in it. Just as a child spends a lot of time with parents, so does the child with the teacher hence, the workshop was an eye opener for our teachers and proved to be very informative.
A Virtual workshop on ‘Psychological Aspects of Child Abuse’ was organized by Project CACA for the entire faculty of K. L. International School on 28 August 2020. The resource person for the session was Ms. Pratibha Malhotra, an eminent Counselling Psychologist of Fortis Healthcare. The workshop stressed on the necessity of awareness and how to cope up with post-stress disorders. Her elucidation on the content was appreciated by all.
The workshop session was very informative and interactive.
Learning never exhausts the mind!
Teaching in the 21st century, and especially in these tough times of covid-19, is not only a skill; it’s a mindset shift. Teachers embody the culture and purpose of a school and when properly supported and inspired, teachers transform schools with their energy and ideas around learning. Keeping this in mind our school organized a virtual workshop on ‘Educational Trends for 21st century: What Every Progressive School Needs to Know!’ on 8 August 2020. The resource person Ms. Vanshika Singh, a special educator from Delhi talked about how to create a comfortable environment taking care of the special needs of our children. She also emphasized on specific hands-on-skills for classroom management, questioning and assessing skills etc. The workshop immersed all participants in thought provoking & rich experience that equipped our teachers with resources and ideas.
K. L. International School all set to ride the waves of change.
Change is the rule of life and with the changing trends in technology and advancement our school is all set to embrace futuristic endearous. In the same line after attending an Online Awareness and Capacity Building Programme 2020 organised by CBSE on 14 May our PGT Computer Science, Mr. Amit Tandon attended a-three-day Teacher Training Workshop ‘AI for Grade XI’ on 18, 20 & 22 May 2020. This was aimed to understand the increasing influence of AI in current scenario and in future too. Eminent speakers from IBM curriculum team & Macqurie University Australia enlightened an array of educationists & principals from various parts of the country. The CBSE Director (Skill Education) Mr. Biswajit Saha informed that AI has been successfully carried on in CBSE classes VIII, IX & X and would definitely be upgrated in class XI too. The session was indeed a profound step towards futuristic changes!
The teachers of our school attended a workshop on the benefits of using positive language for increasing positivity in our lives. Mr. Amit Gupta of Subhashi Foundation, conducted the workshop named Swachh Bhasha Abhiyan in the school auditorium on 12 January 2019. He stressed on the usage of positive words in every walk of life to bring the desired results. The workshop proved to be an eye opening session for our teachers.
An ELT workshop was conducted by ‘Eupheus Learning’ on 18 Dec. 2018 for teachers of KG to VIII classes. Resource person Ms. Anita Bahadur provided tips to improve the four skills of LSRW. A special class of phonetics was also conducted to enrich the teachers knowledge of structure and vocabulary building. The session was culminated by the launch of ‘Eupheus Learning Books’. The workshop proved to be a great learning experience for the teachers.
A capacity building program on Life Skills was held on 10 October 2018 by CBSE resource persons Ms. Gurpreet Singh & Ms. Chanchal Saxena. The program focussed on making the participants more equipped with management skills like self-awareness, problem-solving, empathy, decision making and interpersonal relationships. The active participation of over 115 teachers from various reputed schools of Meerut and vicinity proved that the session was a success.
Traditional classroom teaching often places the teacher at the centre of the teaching learning process. The constructive approach to teaching of Mathematics not only transmits knowledge from teacher to learners but also promotes multisensory and multi-disciplinary learning. In pursuit of the same a workshop by Eupheus Learning was held on 8 September 2018 in the school auditorium. Various topics like Singapore Bar Model projects etc. were dealt with by Mr. Anami Sharan Shrivastava. The workshop was an effort to enrich the teachers of Mathematics of teaching methodologies.
Imagination is the workshop of one’s mind capable of turning mind energy into accomplishment and knowledge.
Workshops are necessary for the growth of teachers to keep updated with the latest progress going on in the field of education. Hence, on 29 June 2018, an ELT workshop was held in our school auditorium where eminent resource person Mrs. Tara Chadha, an early childhood educationist expert provided an extensive overview of various practices that are required in effective classroom teaching. General mistakes done by teachers were emphasized and suggested techniques were shared with the teachers. She talked about poetry, vocabulary and grammar. The workshop proved to be highly effective.
Our school hosted a 2-day “Capacity Building Workshop” organised by CBSE, Dehradun on 26 and 27 May 2018. Around 60 participants from various schools of the region attended the workshop. Eminent Clinical Psychologist & Counsellor Ms. Gitanjali Kumar & Ms. Savita Chaddha Principal DPS, Meerut, presided over as the Resource persons and enlightened the gathering with their knowledge about how teachers can be instrumental at school level in helping the students choose the right career option for themselves. Various method and case studies were discussed leaving the delegates more empowered to perform this task later. It was a highly informative workshop.
A workshop was conducted under Inspirational Science Teachers' Training Programme by Royal Society of Chemistry Cambridge, UK and Association of Chemistry Teachers C/o. Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education TIFR, Mumbai on 23 and 24 May 2018 at K. L. International School by two renowned and eminent resource persons Dr. Brijesh Pare, and Mr. Vijaya Kumar, Teacher Developer at Royal Society of Chemistry Cambridge, UK. Many active minded teachers from well-known schools of Meerut actively participated in the worksop. Culmination of the workshop was done through a valedictory ceremony in which certificate of participation were given to the teachers.
On 25 May 2018, teachers of the school attended a workshop on 'Enhancing Creative Writing Techniques' among students, conducted by Mr. Kulpreet Yadav. The session began with a discussion on creative writing. He emphasised on how important this skill is for a child to learn, as it stretches imagination and offers a wonderful outlet for expressions. He demonstrated various ways to infuse passion, imagination and expression among children to take them to the new horizons of creative skills. The workshop was thought provoking and the various tools suggested by him could easily be integrated within the curriculum.
Our school hosted the "Induction Programme? organised by CBSE Regional office, Dehradun for Principals of newly affiliated & upgraded CBSE schools of Dehradun region on Sunday 21 January 2018. Dr. Saha, Director Vocational Training CBSE, CBSE joint Director, Dr. Pragya M. Singh were the chief speakers. The new Teaching Learning Policies, Curriculum, Educational Planning, Classroom Teaching, Question Paper Format, Evaluation etc were dealt in detail by the experts.
The CBSE personnels also inaugurated the Sahodaya Annual Magazine "Rising Together?. The program culminated with the vote of thanks proposed by Principal of the school. A token of reverence was presented to the presiding guests from CBSE office.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) COET Gurugram organised a two day Capacity Building Programme on Classroom Management in our school on 15 and 16 December 2017. The main resource persons were Mrs. Sharmila Raheja, Principal, Uttam School for Girls?, Ghaziabad and Dr. Shiksha (HOD Hindi), Queen Mary?s School, Delhi. About 60 educators from different schools of Meerut participated in this knowledgeable session. The session mainly focussed on the three components of the effective classroom management: Content Management, Conduct Management and Covenant Management. It was a great learning experience as it helped the teachers to adopt various techniques to make the teaching and learning process more effective. The experienced resource persons beautifully explained that management of the student teacher relationship is the corner stone of the classroom management. The need and importance of inclusive education was highlighted, followed by an inspiring movie. It was a fun filled and enriching session full of hands on activities for the teachers to indulge in and learn from. The workshop was concluded with this thought that the teachers should comprehend the child?s mind and try various ways to reach their level to enlighten and assess their knowledge.
Learning is a lifelong process. In order to enrich our teachers and equip them with better teaching tools an educative workshop was conducted in the school auditorium on 25 May, 2017. The resource person Mr. VikramJit Singh Rooprai is an active member of Youth for India Foundation. The workshop was conducted in two parts, first there was an interactive session with the students and it was followed by a workshop for teachers.
Mr.Rooprai interacted with the teachers and shared interesting facts form history and also told the teachers how their teaching could affect the students and what techniques they should incorporate to make their teaching more effective and integrated specially in subjects like History, Geography and Civics. He stressed on the Three 'R's of teaching learning i.e. Reasoning, Relevance and Rhythm. He also asked the teachers to apply logic to their teaching in order to make their teaching more logical and practical. Lastly he summed up by saying that our history has numerous examples of great leadership and management skills and we should benefit ourselves from that rich heritage. The enlightening and eye opening workshop proved to be a great learning experience for our teachers.
A workshop on Economics was organised by Full Marks Pvt. Ltd. on 20 August 2016 in the school auditorium for teachers of Economics in various schools of Meerut.About 25 schools of repute participated in the workshop conducted by Dr. T.S. Walia, a professor of Waliaâ€™s Achiever Winners Academy, Delhi and a resource person of Kendriya Vidhalaya, Delhi. The resource person Dr. Walia shared the views and thoughts on the technique and tools that a faculty adopts in the assessment process. He also discussed various topics like shut Down Point, Market Equilibrium, Determination of Income, Employment, Multi-Disciplinary and Application based questions and Consumer Equilibrium etc. along with the previous yearsâ€™ CBSE Question Papers.The resource person who called Economics a synonym of planning invited difficult areas for discussion from teachers and had a thoughtful review on it. The workshop encapsulated the discussion on difficult areas, common errors and easy way of solving various problems for making Economics an easy subject for students. Teachers felt more equipped and trained after attending the workshop. The Fitzroy Method (Australia) Synthetic Phonics Introductory Course Workshop was conducted in Khaitan Public School, Ghaziabad (U.P) on 12 and 13 February 2016 by Mr. Abhishek Goel, the training director of Fitzroy Learning Centre. The resource persons Ms. Priyali Goel and Ms. Jasmine Narang discussed phonic learning, decoding, blending, pronunciation, diagraph, syllabification etc. in a two day comprehensive workshop. Our four teachers attended this workshop which proved to be extremely useful for updations of the teachers and consequently it would help them to train students more accurately and confidently.
K.L. International School hosted school programme overview workshop organized by British Council UK. The session was conducted by Mr. Arijit Ghosh (Head of Schools' Programmes) who turned up with a team of project managers. The session commenced with the overview of British Council and Engagement in School Sector followed by continuing Professional Development for Teachers: Importance of core skills.
Further Mr. Ghosh introduced and discussed continuing Professional Development for Aspiring Heads: Leadership Development Workshops, International School Award and Information on other programmes in School Sectors. Principals and Senior Teachers from 25 schools of Meerut, Panipat and Punjab participated actively in the workshop.
The teachers had a privilege of interacting with an educationist Mr. Amit Pathak. The esteemed resource person enlightened the teachers on how to transcend from a good teacher to a great teacher and help the students to feel motivated throughout and enjoy learning. The one day long workshop was a great success in encouraging the teachers to broaden their outlook and enhance the method of imparting knowledge keeping in mind the changing demands of the students of the present generation and keeping pace with active persona and easy access to the development of the latest technology. Thus, the workshop was undoubtedly one need of the hour and proved to be fruitful one.
A workshop for Principals of reputed schools of Meerut was organised on "Innovations & Leadership Skills"29 July 2015. The resource person for the workshop Mr. Gareth Baterip, school leader, New by school, Leeds UK, spoke on honing of the leadership skills and innovations that one can incorporate in the smooth functioning of an organization.
A Power point presentation by Mr.Baterip was an icing to the cake which will surely help the Principals to enhance the competency and confidence to overcome all the hurdles in their domain.
Workshop on Time Management was conducted in our school on 02 June 2015 by Ms. Tarana Chakerwarti, an educationist, passionate teacher educator & corporate trainer along with Mr. Nishant Bansal who is a successful corporate trainer. The workshop proceeded with an interactive fruitful discussion on various effective methods and techniques of time management in various fields of working. The resource persons also discussed the problems faced by the teachers in class. An inspirational video on time management was also shown to enhance the teachers for better use of time as the “Time Waits for No One”. The workshop laid stress on numerous methods like how to set up smart goals during the teaching process for better management of time and resources. It also included prioritizing tasks, how to plan wisely, tackling procrastination and how to delegate the work, which helps in getting the work done smoothly and systematically on time.
What began with speculation ended in motivation and a great learning acquisition.
Our apprehensions and reluctance to training seem to be justified because at times so called training sessions turned out to be a heavy dull and soporific sermons. But all these apprehensions found no root, when the renowned academician, educationist and a seasoned speaker Mr. Sandeep Sethi (Education Officer, CBSE) held the microphone. Well, the programme commenced with the floral welcome of Mr. Sethi and welcome address of dynamic principal of K.L.I Mr. Sudhanshu Shekhar.
Mr. Sethi began with humorous note and put everyone at ease and thus ready for the process of learning. His another question “How would you like to be remembered as teacher?” was an eye opener. Mr. Sethi, a Veteran shared many innovative and practical ideas and skill that can be utilized in teaching.
He also laid emphasis on the use of audio-visual aids in class. The videos on ‘Rain water Harvesting’ and ‘Dabbawalas of Mumbai’ were thought provoking. Later teachers also cleared there doubts in a congenial interaction.
In order to equip their facilitators with the latest teaching methodologies the school organised a series of Teacher Training Programmes for its teachers from 15th to 19th Dec 2014. The training trio began with a CBSE certified training on “Classroom Management” convened by Ms. Rupam Sah. The Kindergarten and Primary Teachers were benefited with many a class management activities and various classrooms strategies involving the play way method.
On 18th Dec 2014 Ms. Kalpana Kapoor discussed “Pedagogy Strategies”, focusing specially on Inter-disciplinary approach, with the teachers of III-V wing. The resource person touched pivotal issues of behavioural and personality problems of the learners and also enriched our teachers with science of teaching skills, assessment pattern and learning styles. The last in the series was a highly effective workshop on 19th Dec 2014 by Ms. Rupam Sah based on “Competence Building in Subject Areas” The three training sessions proved out to be highly effective learning experiences for our teachers leaving them in a highly motivated state.
Learning is an ongoing process; be it for students or teachers. Keeping in mind the changing trends in education sphere, it has become mandatory for teachers to be updated from time to time. Hence, a CCE workshop was organized for the teachers of classes VI to X where Ms. Neenu Puri, Director of Education at S. Chand was the resource person. She preached the teachers the role of facilitator and what CCE aims at. Overall it was an enriching experience.
A teacher's training programme was organized on 30 May 2014 by Ratna Sagar. Mr. Rishabh Khanna, a mechanical engineer (academics) preceded as the resource person for the workshop. The pivotal issues of the child's personality were discussed and relevant measures were suggested to overcome the problem. It was an enlightening session.
A workshop on common errors was conducted by Macmillan Education for the teachers of English. The resource person Ms. Neelam Kapur, is a renowned personality in the field of soft skills training, and English language training. Common errors committed by students and teacher facilitators were discussed and the problems faced by the teachers in their class rooms were solved. It was a learning, interesting and productive session which was enjoyed by each of the participating teacher. This workshop has made the teachers more equipped and will help the teachers to proceed to their classes more confidently.
Training was organised by Birla Edutech to upgrade the information about the CCE pattern. 30 teachers participated in this workshop conducted by Mr. Siddharth Dutt, CBSE Trainer & Observer who enlightened the teachers about the classroom activities, enriched them with the information about scholastic and non scholastic areas. A good emphasis was laid on Life Skills too. He also suggested ways to monitor different aspects at a time in a classroom. Teachers put forth the queries about PSA and ASL. It was a fruitful and successful session after which the teachers felt themselves more equipped and facilitated.
Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad organised a workshop in the school auditorium for celebrating 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda and 116th anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The Principal, Mrs. Ranjeeta Kaur extended a floral welcome to the distinguished guests. The resource person was Dr. V. K. Malhotra (HOD) Economics, CCS University, Meerut. Dr. Malhotra has been associated with ABVP for last 15 years. The programme was headed by Mr. Arvind Chaudhary and convened by Mr. M. D. Joshi. The occasion was graced by Mr. Ankur Rana, President of ABVP (Western UP) and other important members of the Parishad. The lives of both the great personalities were discussed and the important traits of their lives were highlighted by the speakers. The workshop stirred the head and heart of students who were asked by the principal to get inspired by the thoughts and lives of Swami Vivekananda and Netaji and to keep up with their vision for the nation.
Dainik Jagran organised a three day self defence camp at school from 18 January 2013. The camp was inaugurated by Mr. Vikram Chand Goyal, Vice-Chancellor, CCS University, Meerut, with Mr. Akhil Bhatnagar, General Manager, Dainik Jagran, Meerut, Mr. Sanjeev Jain, senior reporter and a profound Judo Instructor. The Judo Instructor gave the special tips and tacts to girl students and solve their doubts on the first day of the camp.
A cognizant session for the teachers was conducted on the school premises by the Pearson group. The erudite speaker Dr. Sapna Aggarwal, was the resource person for the session. The speaker discussed the behavioural problems and remedial actions to be taken for ameliorating students in the classrooms. The session proved to be very beneficial and enjoyable as it included many practical activities conducted for discussing the assessment scales of various areas of abilities.
On 11 July 2012, an ELT workshop was organized by Orient Blackswan for the teachers teaching English at K.L.I. School.
The teachers were enriched by a very rich experience of the resource person Prof. (Dr.) Shefali Bakshi, Deputy Director, Amity School of Languages. She is an ELT Consultant and Head of the ELT @ I Lucknow chapter under British Council.
On 11 July 2012, an ELT workshop was organized by Orient Blackswan for the teachers teaching English at K.L.I. School.
The teachers were enriched by a very rich experience of the resource person Prof. (Dr.) Shefali Bakshi, Deputy Director, Amity School of Languages. She is an ELT Consultant and Head of the ELT @ I Lucknow chapter under British Council.
Mathematics Department got the opportunity to attend a workshop on 4 July 2012, organized by Mcmillan & Frank Brothers Publication.The workshop was conducted by Mr. S.N.Chibber, a retired Principal from Directorate of Education, and Secretary, Delhi Associate of Mathematics teachers. He is also a resource person with NCERT, SCERT and CBSE. He shared his vast experience of teaching Mathematics with the teachers at K.L.I. School and also taught tricks to make classroom teaching interesting.