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CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS
Event Start Date : 11/07/2019 Event End Date 13/07/2019

THREE DAYS CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS INAUGURATED

Under the aegis of DAVCAE, DAV Public School, Pakhowal Road, Ludhiana inaugurated a Three Days Capacity Building Programme for Secondary and Senior Secondary Teachers on its campus on 11th July 2019 for the subjects of Social Science, Punjabi, Economics, Accountancy, Business Studies and Physical Education. The workshop was conducted by an elite faculty from DAV including Ms. Davinderjit Kaur and Ms. Riya Updhyay as resource person for classes III- V, Ms. Rumjit Kaur and Ms. Diksha Khanna as resource person for classes VI-VIII, Ms. Kavita Anand and Ms. Manjeet Kaur as resource person for classes IX-X for Social Science. Ms. Harpreet Kaur and Ms. Gurdeep Kaur as resource person for Punjabi, Ms. Monica Gupta and Mr. Balwinder Singh as resource person for Economics, Ms. Aman Dhir, Mr. Vikas Mehra and Ms. Kanchan Sharma for Accountancy and Business Studies, Mr. Kamaljit Singh and Mr. Rajesh Thakur as resource person for Physical Education.

 It was indeed a matter of great honour for the teachers of eleven DAV schools to be a part of this enrichment programme.  The Principal Dr. Satwant Kaur Bhullar welcomed the resource persons and the delegates. She enlightened the teachers about the goals of the workshop. She shared that these workshops are purely customized as per the needs of the teachers. In her address she threw light on the practical challenges and problems being faced by the teachers in the teaching learning process. She also expressed her high expectations from the teachers to learn and excel in their classroom work and management.

 The first day workshops of different subjects were a panorama of many informative activities to facilitate teaching at secondary and senior secondary level. The session started off with brainstorming questions which ignited the creative thought process of the teachers. Many interactive, fun-filled activities and complex concepts were explained thoroughly. These activities focused on creative methods of the teaching-learning process which can be adopted in the classroom. The resource persons elaborated minutest nuances of the various subjects and stressed on the innovative teaching methods for gifted and slow learners. The various ways to add the art integrated activities were also discussed. The participants had a great time of learning and peer sharing. The delegates had a gala time while wholeheartedly participating in the interesting classroom activities. It was in fact a fruitful and knowledgeable beginning of the workshop.