Dimapur, Nagaland: Skill Development Workshop to Teachers
Posted On: 24/10/2011 01:50 GMT
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Dimapur, Nagaland: In view of honing and developing skills to become ideal teachers two day workshop was jointly organized by Ursuline Franciscan Educational Society, and ‘Samanvaya’ Mangalore to the teaching staff of Assisi Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, Nagaland, at its campus on 21st and 22nd October 2011. The main objectives of the workshop were to improve the dedication and commitment in teaching; to improve discipline; regularity and punctuality and to inspire teachers to be ideal teachers.

The Workshop was guided by Sr Lily Fernandes, the Councillor General and Secretary of the Ursuline Franciscan Educational Society and Fr Ronald Cutinha, Director of ‘Samanvaya’. The main contents of the workshop were Teacher-Student relationship, Dedication and Commitment of teachers, Qualities of an ideal teacher, Skills required in a model teacher, Evaluation of teachers by students, Problems faced by teachers leading to inefficiency in them, Ways and means to increase the efficiency of teachers, Teacher’s role as parent, Classroom management etc.
There was group discussion, plenary session of reporting the findings of group discussion and presentation through power point which made the sessions lively.
Sr Benny Fernandes, the Principal of Assisi Higher Secondary School welcomed and introduced the resource persons and honored them with Naga Shawls and bouquets. Sr Rosalia Rana and Mr John Cruz proposed vote of thanks. 45 teaching faculty and the staff of Assisi Centre for Integrated Development (ACID) the Social Action wing of the Ursuline Franciscan Sisters of North East Province took part in this workshop.

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