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200 school teachers sent abroad to observe and learn

200 school teachers sent abroad to observe and learn

Delhi government, as a part of the teacher-training programme, sent 200 teachers to Singapore to observe and adopt new methodologies.

Talking to India today, the recent batch of September 2017- August 2018 revealed many innovative methods that they have brought back like Flipped Classrooms, reintroducing lesson planning, developing support material, ‘think stations’, ‘Go MAD (Make a Difference)’ project and CAL (Computer Aided Learning) labs.

Deepti Chawla, Rajikiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Yamuna Vihar; Kapila Parashar, Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Bhola Nath Nagar, Shahdara; Rashmi Grover, Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Anand Vihar; Gaurav Kumar, Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Dwarka Sector 1; Neeru Lohiya, Government Girls Senior Secondary School Sector 4, RK Puram, and Kadambiri Lohiya, teacher/coordinator at Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya in Gandhi Nagar were some of the teachers who observed the evolution of education at the Museum of Education and also the various teaching methods in Singapore.

They have all learnt and agreed that rote learning in India is an obsolete practice and revamping the curriculum is an immediate need.

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