The ability to bond and relate with students has become increasingly difficult for today's teachers who often have to overcome a big generation gap between themselves and generation-X students. The processes of teaching and learning have seen a paradigm shift over the years. Education has traditionally been thought to help students' comprehension of concepts and theories, but today it focuses imperatively on grooming students’ analytical and application skills.
Students today multi-task: they not only study and understand concepts, but go a step further and learn to analyze and apply them to practical situations. Teachers are also working in a more regulated environment with technology, which some of the more experienced teachers see as an intrusion in the learning arena. The vocation-centric idea of education has resulted in an extensive change in the very definition of good education.
With this changing situation, it has become important to provide teachers with the necessary training to become more effective in imparting knowledge, class management, instilling values and overall facilitator for students’ development. With the growing importance of specialization across the world, the need for better-trained teachers is now being felt beyond both national and cultural boundaries, making the well-trained teacher an invaluable product in a highly competitive world.
We provide teacher-training programmes for induction to the latest developments as per National Curriculum Framework, NCERT and CBSE. We also do workshops to help teachers understand responsive and responsible teacher-student interactions; project-based learning; inclusive education; and new and latest pedagogical techniques.