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Hand in Hand Workshops

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Hand in Hand Workshops

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Hand in Hand Workshops

  1. 1. Teachers as counselors and visionaries -the need of the hour
  2. 2. Pankaj Baluja He is the president of vasundhara residents welfare association in the name of VIRWA FOUNDATION He is a visionary having immense energy, enthusiasm, and courage. he has been instrumental in handling his dream project of social empowerment by taking up the mission of cleanliness drive in vasundhara alone. He is working for the upliftment of the education system and empower the teachers.
  3. 3. Meena Baluja has extensive teaching experience at all levels. She has conducted various workshops on different topics in schools , colleges, and corporate sectors. she has been involved in teaching as a field worker since 1988
  4. 4. WHO WE ARE We are a multi-disciplinary team of corporate professionals, who have turned social entrepreneurs to transform lives without any selfish motive.
  5. 5. There have been many challenges and challenging situations in different fields during this journey. The thought of sharing experiences was very strongly felt by us in the due course of our journey. Half of the issues can be solved by interacting with the people around us. Learning is a never ending cycle- as we believe strongly as we are webbed with targets, schedules, routines and commitments. With changing trends keeping ourselves updated with the things around us has also turned it into a challenge for me.
  6. 6. Do we document our failures and success???
  7. 7. We felt most pained when we found somebody struggling hard to keep pace with time and him. Therefore, we decided to talk to the people and discuss issues related to their requirements and the need of the hour. we have done a lot of research to be able to help one and all in fast changing parameters around us And now wish to be in a constructive position to help others in whichever capacity we can. Now proudly we can say we are a team now working together holding each others hand and helping all around us. This is why it is called as Hand in Hand Workshops
  8. 8. REGULAR AND EXTENSIVE WORKSHOPS ON A WIDE VARIETY OF TOPICS CREATING PLATFORM WHERE ANYONE CAN COME FOR HELP PROVIDE UPDATED INFORMATION OF ALL KINDS GROOMING MANAGEMENT AND TEACHERS TOWARDS QUALITY EDUCATION
  9. 9. HAND IN HAND WORKSHOPS A SOLUTION PROVIDER
  10. 10. Lets us put on our Thinking hats…
  11. 11. AS WE ALREADY KNOW EVERY CHANGE REQUIRES Sponsorship: Every Change Requires a Sponsor, To Support The Process And Elements That Facilitate The Process. Implementation: Makes It Happen Develop: Develop Enabling Structure to Facilitate Mastering the Change. Dissent: Let People openly express what they feel about change. Reinforce : This Would Help In Institutionalizing Change
  12. 12. AS IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION The Core values of Education are Equality Integrity Quality Merit Societal Service Ethics
  13. 13. Good Education means…… Good teachers Good infrastructure & facilities Good courses & contents Good organizational networking
  14. 14. Characteristics of a High Performance Schools are- Most important is QUALITY TEACHING based on Standards-based Clear Mission School Climate Assessment Professional Development Resources Data Collection Communications
  15. 15. The school benefits when there is Mutual goals Mutual influence Mutual respect Mutual rewards Mutual responsibility Here the word, ‘MUTUAL’ is between parents and everybody else in the school
  16. 16. Paradoxical Scenario Promoters of many educational institutions across the globe are trying to create and implement 3rd generation strategies through 2nd generation systems & procedures with the help of 1st generation teachers and principals.
  17. 17. DISPARITY AND IMBALANCE IN THE EXPOSURE LEVEL OF THE TEACHERS AND THE STUDENTS
  18. 18. TRADITIONAL LECTURE METHOD PROGRESSIVE METHOD Teaching without clear learning objectives…!!!!
  19. 19. INEFFECTIVE CLASSROOM TEACHING DUE TO LACK OF TIME AND INTENT TO CHANGE Importantly, real learning will take place in an interactive class, something that doesn’t happen much in traditional lectures
  20. 20. LACK OF RESOURCES OR THE INABILITY TO PROCURE THE REQUIRED RESOURCES THE NEGLECTED PART IN REAL SENSE RUSHING WITH THE ROUTINE
  21. 21. FAST CHANGING TIME INCREASING GENERATION GAP HUGE TECHNOLOGICAL EXPLOSION DIFFERED THOUGHT PROCESS DISPARITY IN DEMAND VS. SUPPLY WIDE INDUSTRIAL DEMAND CHANGING PARAMETRERS OF ASSESSMENT OPERATIONAL CHANGES
  22. 22. WE CAN NOT WORK EFFECTIVELY WITHOUT I. OPERATIONAL CHANGES Which are based on efforts to improve basic work and organizational processes A. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 1) Staff Development has to be done through workshops and trainings- 2) Staff Welfare/Teachers’ problems have to be solved through counseling 3)Assessment and Evaluation Methods and Practices needs to be checked 4)The question papers prepared by teachers in different subjects to ensure that the standard of the question paper is not compromised and it covers the portion of syllabus properly and they are valid and of quality….??
  23. 23. II. TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGES FEW THINGS WE ARE GOOD AT AND FEW NEEDS TO BE ADDED- School Plant and Infrastructure Construction and Extension of class libraries and language labs •Laboratory Facilities •Audio Visual Aids- to be added more •Sports and Games Facilities •Work Experience/Life Skills workshops •Safety Measures in the institute for the worst •Parents Teacher Meetings- format needs to be changed
  24. 24. III. CURRICULUM DEMANDS •INTENDED CHANGES : what you plan to teach •TRANSACTED CHANGES : what is actually taught in the classroom •ATTAINED OUTCOME : what the learners have eventually learned What, then is a Learning Experience Any assigned task/experience that stimulates change in behavior of the learner, in one of the following domains of the child LIKE: •Cognitive: (Mental skills) – KNOW •Psychomotor: (Manual/Physical)- DO •Affective: (Feelings/Emotions) – FEEL
  25. 25. Is teaching an art or a science? Successful Classroom Teachers are artists who use the science of education to make their students Successful Learners and Critical Thinkers. Is there one teaching style/method that is more successful than others? NO! Like students, teachers are human beings − with different personalities and backgrounds. Through practice and experience, Successful Classroom Teachers apply their SKILLS to develop a personal teaching style/method that fits their own personality, background, and teaching philosophy.
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  27. 27. Are Successful Classroom Teachers born or made? Some people are born with a 'talent' for teaching, but almost anyone can LEARN the Essential Skills of a Successful Classroom Teacher. A SUCCESSFUL CLASSROOM TEACHER is one who provides the discipline and environment necessary for student learning. Establishing and maintaining this discipline and environment require the successful application of the Essential Skills. Points to ponder
  28. 28. The PRODUCT of Successful Education Is a student with an understanding of How-To-Learn and apply knowledge through Critical Thinking. Skillful Learners and Critical Thinkers are able to learn any thing, any where, any time they need it − and apply that knowledge to become CONTRIBUTING members of society.
  29. 29. Managing Change Commonsense tells us there are three ways in which failure may take place among educational institutions (1) Change bypasses the institution (2) The institution bypasses change (3) Both can happen
  30. 30. THE ART OF QUESTION PAPER SETTING THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND SETTING THE QUESTION PAPER
  31. 31. IN SETTING UP OF NECESSARY TOOLS Class libraries along with Institutional libraries  its Effectiveness through activities 42
  32. 32. SETTING UP OF Lang-Labs • Its utility. • Setup in schools • Activities related to them 43
  33. 33. Making Educational Toys from every day objects. For Experiential learning44 developing Low cost no cost teaching aids
  34. 34. Use of Technology in Education 45
  35. 35. Who is a counsellor?
  36. 36. “I can’t tell you how I feel…” • Children have great difficulty in accessing their emotional problem through work through The Art Therapies The music Therapy Do our teachers know this..?? 47
  37. 37. Common disabilities in classroom ARE OUR TEACHERS CAPABLE OF FINDING OUT…….?  Dyslexia :: (difficulty reading) • Problems reading, writing, spelling, speaking.  Dyscalculia :: (difficulty with math) • Problems doing math problems, understanding time, using money.  Dysgraphia :: (difficulty with writing) • Problems with handwriting, spelling, organizing ideas.
  38. 38.  Dyspraxia :: (fine motor deficits) – Problems with hand–eye coordination, balance, manual dexterity  Dysphasia :: (language difficulty) – Problems understanding spoken language, poor reading comprehension  Auditory Processing Disorder :: (Inability to hear phonemic differences) – Problems with reading, comprehension and language  Visual Processing Disorder :: (difficulty interpreting visual information) – Problems with reading, math, maps, charts, symbols, pictures Common disabilities in classroom…
  39. 39. CONSTRUCTIVE PUNISHMENTS • In Schools. • At Home. 51
  40. 40. Tools and Methods of Evaluation in Curriculum Development • The Traditional vs. Progressive Method

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