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100 teachers from India to be recognized for their work on SGDs during pandemic, 10 top to attend the 6th 1M1B summit

1M1B Activate Impact Summit is scheduled at United Nations, New York in December 2021 during which 10 top works will be showcased.  A new category of teacher awards has been announced by Bangalore-based 1M1B (One Million for One Billion), a United Nations accredited not-for- profit organization focused on SDGs and future skills and leadership development among youth in India. Called …

Schools and teachers too are in the forefront of COVID-19 fight

Schools (mostly government schools) serving midday meals have been turned into food centres for the hungry and vulnerable during ‘coronavirus lockdown’ and like healthcare facilities and health workers, these schools and teachers on duty are serving on the frontline against covid-19 outbreak The neighborhood school has traditionally been always the place where government and community come together either in times …

IB Schools come together for Job-Alike Session at LIS Gurugram

Teachers engaged in relevant topics like Digital Citizenship, Assessment, Mathematics Literacy, Differentiated Learning and the roles of Arts and PE in the classroom The fraternity of International Baccalaureate (IB) schools has been a source of inspiration and an example on sharing of best practices and collaboration not only in India but across the globe. And a recent event hosted by …

Navneet Foundation holds hand-holding workshop for teachers in Mumbai

The revised class X syllabus introduced by the government of Maharashtra this year is a new experience for teachers as well. So, teacher orientation is needed. Taking an initiative to support teachers from Mumbai, Satara, Jalgaon, Pune, Kolhapur, Palghar and Nashik, Navneet Foundation recently organized  a training program in Mumbai to orient them on how to handle the new English textbook. The Training Program focused on English …

Mathematical blunder

The ‘established’ and taken for granted usage of saying ‘into’ for multiply (X) in Mathematical expressions in Indian English is wrong. Elsewhere it would mean just the opposite, that’s DIVIDE.     Simon Lind, International Teacher Trainer & Professional Development Manager, Cambridge University Press, International Education conducted a series of one-day workshops for CIE-affiliated school teachers in Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Bangalore …

Revolution but no Evolution: Technology adoption hesitation in teachers

Sixteen K-12 schools were chosen as ET Best School Brands 2016 by Times Conferences Ltd recently and were felicitated at an event in Delhi on June 27th. It had time enough for a technology –teacher panel discussion. Some excerpts: t is no less shocking to hear a principal of an elite residential school saying that he is not sure if …

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