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TAG’s Hybrid Learning training program for AICTE-affiliated colleges announced

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Tech Avant-Garde, the Global Partner of Microsoft, in association with Microsoft Education is conducting free certification program to train heads of Institutions on new paradigms of learning – Hybrid Learning.

This program will commence from 29 July 2022. Training will be conducted in three batches. The sessions will be conducted online over a period two days. The duration of training for each day will be for one hour and thirty minutes. The participants can select the batches during registration.

 The training dates are as follows:

  • Batch 1:Friday 29th July 2022 – Saturday 20th July 2022
  • Batch 2:Friday 05 Aug 2022 – Saturday 06th Aug 2022
  • Batch 3:Friday 12th Aug 2022 – Saturday 13th Aug 2022

The registration link for training program is  – https://tagevent.in/aicte

Training Agenda:

This training program will cover the following topics:

  • Develop your vision and build a roadmap to get there
  • Prepare your Stakeholders
  • Develop model Colleges
  • Stay connected
  • Real time case studies

The Education Leaders who attend this program will get certified and the colleges will become eligible for two sessions of advisory on Hybrid Learning, to be availed  within 2 months of the program.

The program will be conducted on Knowledege L’avenir platform.

 AICTE has advised all its approved colleges to adopt Hybrid Learning to make them robust and lockdown proof. Tech Avant-Garde (TAG) has been chosen to assist these colleges to transform into Hybrid Learning Spaces.

 

Brief Backgrounder

Digital transformation is an indisputable force revolutionizing our industries, reinventing our products, redefining our services and reshaping the way we live and work.  Even before the pandemic, there was readiness building for a new system of learning. The current system had stalled, and the pandemic vividly exposed our systemic inability to optimize the use of technology and truly ensure equity, well-being and quality of learning.

Therefore, while pandemic hastened switching over to digital education, the critics of change questioned the effectiveness of virtual systems. This combination of readiness for change and urgency arising from the current crisis has the potential to shift the education system from one of outdated “schooling” to future focused ‘learning” and take learning out of the classroom and into the world. So, emerged the broad concept of hybrid learning.

The Hybrid Model combines the best of in-class and remote learning, with digital engagement. It is more than a quick fix. It is a way to enhance and accelerate learning by providing student centered approaches to meet diverse learners’ needs.

Today’s students need real-world skills to thrive in the not-too-distant future. They must develop qualities like critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making and the ability to construct complex solutions. This is true regardless of subject area. Complex skills are as important for artistic, service, and human-oriented professions as they are for more scientific, technological or industrial employment.

With implementation of technology and using the Hybrid Learning Pedagogy, educational institutions can take advantage of Cognitive Learning, Mixed Reality, Immersive Learning, IOT, AR-VR, STEM & STEAM Learning and Artificial Intelligence, which will eventually reach students at home. This will eventually result in learning without Limits.

Curtain raiser event

Prof. Anil Dattatraya Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE as Chief Guest inaugurated the Hybrid Learning Curtain Raiser by TAG on July 21.  Dr. Buddha Chandrashekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer and Prof. B. Thimme Gowda, Vice Chairman, Karnataka State Higher Education Council and Ali Sait, CEO, TAG addressed the event.

 

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