Workshop & Seminar for Teachers Session 2022-23

Workshop & Seminar for Teachers

Conferences, workshops, and seminars play a significant role in a person’s life. They are platforms not only to learn new aspects, gain different perspectives and latest information, but also an excellent way of networking.

Workshop & Seminar

Conferences, workshops, and seminars play a significant role in a person’s life. They are platforms not only to learn new aspects, gain different perspectives and latest information, but also an excellent way of networking.

A TALK WITH MR. PRANAY LAL

An illuminating talk was conducted by renowned Biochemist and author, Mr. Pranay Lal on Saturday, 19 August 2023 in the Roma Deb Auditorium. Science and Social Science teachers have attended the workshop. Mr. Lal mentioned his visit to many districts of India and how his research has been engraved in the form of a book. He also gave some insightful facts from the books that he has written, namely, ‘Indica: A Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent’ and ‘The Cretaceous: The Golden Age of Dinosaurs’. The interactive concourse ignited the inquisitiveness of the participants and Mr. Lal cleared many doubts of the attendees.

PLENARY SESSION ON UNIVERSAL VALUES BY PROF. (DR.) RAJEEV LOCHAN

A plenary session on Universal Values was held on 22nd May 2023 by Prof. (Dr.)  Rajeev Lochan at Cambridge School Noida. The session was attended by the teachers of the Cambridge Group of Schools. The guest speaker, Prof. Lochan is a recipient of the  Sahitya Kala Parishad Award in 1999 along with the National Akademi Award in  2000. The speaker explained that the true form of expression is not the language but it is through Art. He also emphasized that a work of Art should have the ability to express. As a teacher, one should learn to personalize and not generalize. Overall, it was an enriching and interactive session.  

CAPACITY BUILDING FOR TEACHERS

WORKSHOP ON BEYOND DIGITALISATION AND TECHNOLOGY

The Society for the Advancement of Education organised a teacher training programme on Beyond Digitalisation and Technology: A Teacher with a Difference, on May 20, 2023, in the Roma Deb auditorium at Cambridge School, Noida. The resource person, Ms Namita Ranganathan, conducted an insightful session on how a teacher knits alternative knowledge for the learners. The session was attended by 366 educators from the Cambridge Group of Schools. Ms Ranganathan discussed various factors on how a teacher can create a difference. By citing examples and sharing real-life experiences, it was concluded that multilingualism and language centric approach in a classroom will facilitate the teaching-learning process

DEMYSTIFYING LEARNING DISABILITIES

A workshop on Demystifying Learning Disabilities was conducted for the mentors of the Cambridge Group of Schools at Cambridge School, Noida on May 15, 2023. The guest speaker was Dr.Geet Oberoi, a renowned special educator with over 25 years of experience. The workshop provided teachers with a complete understanding of what dyslexia is, how one can identify the five types of learning disability and ways to support and encourage students with dyslexia. She also explained the difference between the two disorders-ADD and ADHD. It was an insightful and informative session

CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL: BELIEF AND POLICIES

Cambridge School group of Schools commenced its annual teachers’ training programme- InspirED, on May 15, 2023, in the Roma Deb Auditorium, Cambridge School, Noida. The resource person Mr.Vikram Roy, Director of, the Society for the Advancement of Education, conducted a session on Cambridge School: Belief and Policies, which was attended by 266 teachers and heads from the entire Cambridge group of schools

Mr. Roy spoke about the core purpose of the Cambridge group of schools stressing the fact that learning should never stop, it should be enjoyed.

NPSC GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATION – two-day conference

A two-day conference on NPSC’s Golden Jubilee celebration was held at Manekshaw Centre, Zorawar Hall, Delhi cantonment on April 26 and April 27, 2023. It was attended by Ms. Deepa Wadhwa and Ms. Susmita Dey. The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Designing Human Centric Education for a Sustainable World’. An array of programs revolving around NEP 2020, UN Sustainable Development Goals, lifestyle, art and culture were organized under the aegis of NPSC. A discussion on NCF 2020- A Journey from Annamaya to Ananadamaya Vikas was conducted. The panellists emphasized on the foundation stage of NCF and its role in the development of children.

FINANCIAL LITERACY TRAINING FOR TEACHERS

Cambridge School, Noida organized a workshop on Financial Literacy, in the School Seminar Room on May 19, 2023. The session was conducted by Ms. Monica Sachdeva, from the National Centre for Financial Education (NCFE). The training session covered a plethora of topics which ranged from core concepts of financial literacy, banking and digital payments, investments- stocks, bonds, mutual funds, various financial inclusion schemes and pension products to implementing financial education in schools

INTACH WORKSHOP

INTACH organized a Teacher Training Workshop on Facets of India’s Unique Heritage on April 18, 2023,   as part of INTACH’s Heritage Education Programme.

The Workshop was attended by Ms Uma Tiwari. The Resource speakers for the day were Dr Ritu Singh, Dr Swapna Liddle, IAS Tejinder S. Randhawa and Dr Vasant Kumar Swarnkar, Director ASI.

The speakers talked about varied topics ranging from Millets- A Historical Perspective and Our Health to the Mughal period in history from 1803 to 1857, to the vernacular architecture of the North East, in the Himalayan belt, and on the recent ongoing archaeological excavation at Purana Qila, Delhi. The focus of the workshop was on the changing heritage and ways to restore and conserve it and how students can be steered and sensitized to act responsibly towards becoming a medium for protecting the rich heritage of India.

Science Dialogue Workshop

A science dialogue workshop was organized by Amar Ujala on Friday, July 22, 2022, in the ABES Engineering College Padma Shree Professor Harish Chandra Verma (HC Verma), former Head of the Department of Physics of IIT Kanpur was the keynote speaker at the event. Teachers and students from across Delhi NCR attended the event.

Prof. Verma discussed simple and interesting ways to teach physics. He stressed experiential and experimental learning. He apprised the audience about NAEST (National Anveshika Experimental Skill Test) which is an annual competition that assesses and nurtures keen observational skills, analytical skills, and experimental skills of a student in physics. He shared anecdotes from his life explaining the importance of knowledge over marks secured in examinations. At the end of the session, he interacted with teachers and students and addressed their queries.

A Report on the Eklavya Workshop for Science Teachers

A five days teacher training workshop was conducted by Eklavya Team from 17 May to 21 May 2022, Jatkhedi, Bhopal for the teachers teaching classes 3 to 8. It was organized by Educational Resource Centre, SAE. Around 50 teachers from all the branches of Cambridge Schools attended the workshop.
The resource person Ms. Uma Sudhir and Ms. Seema covered various topics like Light, Separation, Physical and Chemical changes, Rotation and Revolution, Plants, Measurement etc through the hands on experience methodology in science teaching. Many innovative techniques and skills of teaching science were demonstrated and practiced by the teachers.
It was an enriching workshop that cleared many misconceptions and doubts related to the subject.

A Report on the session on ‘Prevention of Breast Cancer’

An Online Session on ‘Prevention of Breast Cancer in women’ was conducted by Dr. Ramesh Dawar, Vice President Dharamshila Cancer Foundation and Research Centre on Friday May 13,2022 from 12:50pm to 2:05pm.

It was an enriching talk in which she discussed about- Benign vs Malignant cancer, which depicted the cancer burden in India by means of illustrations the non modifiable and modifiable causes of breast cancer and the common predisposing factors.

Dr. Dawar also clarified the myth that not all breast lumps are cancer. The self-detection procedure showed was very useful.

On the whole, it was a very informative and meaningful session.

A Report on the session on ‘Prevention of Breast Cancer’

An Online Session on ‘Prevention of Breast Cancer in women’ was conducted by Dr. Ramesh Dawar, Vice President Dharamshila Cancer Foundation and Research Centre on Friday May 13,2022 from 12:50pm to 2:05pm.

It was an enriching talk in which she discussed about- Benign vs Malignant cancer, which depicted the cancer burden in India by means of illustrations the non modifiable and modifiable causes of breast cancer and the common predisposing factors.

Dr. Dawar also clarified the myth that not all breast lumps are cancer. The self-detection procedure showed was very useful.

On the whole, it was a very informative and meaningful session.

Stimulating Indian Knowledge System, Art and Culture Webinar

Held on 16th September 2021, the Webinar on Stimulating Indian Knowledge System, Arts and Culture as a part of Shikshak Parv 2021 advocated a complete overhaul of the Indian education system and the inevitability of redesigning learning with an emphasis on the national context encompassing unity in diversity. Speakers were Mr Rabin Chhetri, Prof. Saroj Sharma, Prof. Girishwar Mishra, Dr Ameeta Wattal, and Dr Praveen Kumar Tiwari from multiple domains, institutions and locations. The speakers analysed the rich heritage of learning and achievements across subjects that our country has and observed that the current generation would benefit from inducting several such unexplored achievements in contemporary learning and skill development. Mr Shah, who chaired the webinar underlined the need for drawing from the Indian treasure trove of knowledge, amalgamated with global best practices and enlightening the world as never before.

The webinar went on for over 2 hours and included a short discussion on the need for Indians to be alerted to and feel proud of having inherited gems of civilization nurtured in India for a long.

Stimulating Indian Knowledge System, Art and Culture Webinar

Held on 16th September 2021, the Webinar on Stimulating Indian Knowledge System, Arts and Culture as a part of Shikshak Parv 2021 advocated a complete overhaul of the Indian education system and the inevitability of redesigning learning with an emphasis on the national context encompassing unity in diversity. Speakers were Mr Rabin Chhetri, Prof. Saroj Sharma, Prof. Girishwar Mishra, Dr Ameeta Wattal, and Dr Praveen Kumar Tiwari from multiple domains, institutions and locations. The speakers analysed the rich heritage of learning and achievements across subjects that our country has and observed that the current generation would benefit from inducting several such unexplored achievements in contemporary learning and skill development. Mr Shah, who chaired the webinar underlined the need for drawing from the Indian treasure trove of knowledge, amalgamated with global best practices and enlightening the world as never before.

The webinar went on for over 2 hours and included a short discussion on the need for Indians to be alerted to and feel proud of having inherited gems of civilization nurtured in India for a long.

E-waste Management Webinar

Held on: – Friday, September 3, 2021

Venue: – Online MS Teams

Resource Person: – Mr Praveen Kumar, Director, Adatte E-waste Management Pvt. Ltd.

A webinar on E-waste Management was organized by Cambridge School to create an awareness among its staff members about the hazardous effects on health and environment of improper disposal of e-waste. The resource person Mr Praveen Kumar, Director, Adatte E-waste Management Pvt. Ltd. gave a detailed explanation on how the e-waste is collected, dismantled, and recycled. He also discussed the cons of throwing the household e-waste in the normal garbage and selling it to the scrap dealers. He gave suggestions for responsible disposal and recycling. It was indeed an enlightening session.

E-waste Management Webinar

Held on: – Friday, September 3, 2021

Venue: – Online MS Teams

Resource Person: – Mr Praveen Kumar, Director, Adatte E-waste Management Pvt. Ltd.

A webinar on E-waste Management was organized by Cambridge School to create an awareness among its staff members about the hazardous effects on health and environment of improper disposal of e-waste. The resource person Mr Praveen Kumar, Director, Adatte E-waste Management Pvt. Ltd. gave a detailed explanation on how the e-waste is collected, dismantled, and recycled. He also discussed the cons of throwing the household e-waste in the normal garbage and selling it to the scrap dealers. He gave suggestions for responsible disposal and recycling. It was indeed an enlightening session.

Role of Social Media in Cooperatives

A Webinar for Role of social media in cooperatives is being organized at the National Level. The second such Webinar was organized on 9/7/2021 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. It was telecast on FB live also. There were four Panelist who addressed members and dignitaries from various Cooperative sector at All India Level. The Panelist were

(1) Mr. Shreyas Nagarkar- Head of Corporate Communication, Saraswat Cooperative Bank

(2) Mr. HariKrishnan- CIO of ULCCS

(3) Mr. Vinit Koppikar- DM Marketing and Communication SPC Bank

(4) Mrs. Sumathy Raghunath PGT Commerce Cambridge School Noida.

The other panelist addressed specific steps taken by their respective organization for expanding their business through social media. A presentation on the role of social media, what considerations need to be kept in mind before choosing a media, the role of government in introducing Digi-India Movement and how it will benefit farmers and credit cooperatives, was delivered by Ms. Sumathy. Four students from class 11 Saniya Darbari and Jayant Tomar of 11 A and Ishi Pandey and Divyanshi Bhatt of 11 E assisted in making the presentation

The webinar was also attended by Ms. Preeti Sharma and 30 students of grade 11 Commerce and Humanities group.
The Assistant Director of NCUI Mr. Yadav and other panelist appreciated the presentation as well as the questions posed by the students.

Role of Social Media in Cooperatives

A Webinar for Role of social media in cooperatives is being organized at the National Level. The second such Webinar was organized on 9/7/2021 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. It was telecast on FB live also. There were four Panelist who addressed members and dignitaries from various Cooperative sector at All India Level. The Panelist were

(1) Mr. Shreyas Nagarkar- Head of Corporate Communication, Saraswat Cooperative Bank

(2) Mr. HariKrishnan- CIO of ULCCS

(3) Mr. Vinit Koppikar- DM Marketing and Communication SPC Bank

(4) Mrs. Sumathy Raghunath PGT Commerce Cambridge School Noida.

The other panelist addressed specific steps taken by their respective organization for expanding their business through social media. A presentation on the role of social media, what considerations need to be kept in mind before choosing a media, the role of government in introducing Digi-India Movement and how it will benefit farmers and credit cooperatives, was delivered by Ms. Sumathy. Four students from class 11 Saniya Darbari and Jayant Tomar of 11 A and Ishi Pandey and Divyanshi Bhatt of 11 E assisted in making the presentation

The webinar was also attended by Ms. Preeti Sharma and 30 students of grade 11 Commerce and Humanities group.
The Assistant Director of NCUI Mr. Yadav and other panelist appreciated the presentation as well as the questions posed by the students.

Workshop on Space Technology & Applications - IISRO-ISRO

An online certificate course was conducted by IIRS, ISRO from 31st May 2021– 4th June 2021. The week-long course was well planned and conducted in a duration of exhaustive15 hours.

It was to apprise School teachers about latest developments at ISRO and their uses/applications for India. The renowned Scientists from ISRO used Power Point Presentations/Videos and Live Experiments extensively. The workshop was an eye opener as many of us were not aware of how Satellite communication has entered a common man’s house and making our life more comfortable. Some of the areas are Soil and Water conservation, Area& Production estimation for major crops, Natural Resources Census, Weather Predictions etc. It was an enriching experience and definitely would help the teacher to motivate the students to join this Prestigious organization.

Workshop on Space Technology & Applications - IISRO-ISRO

An online certificate course was conducted by IIRS, ISRO from 31st May 2021– 4th June 2021. The week-long course was well planned and conducted in a duration of exhaustive15 hours.

It was to apprise School teachers about latest developments at ISRO and their uses/applications for India. The renowned Scientists from ISRO used Power Point Presentations/Videos and Live Experiments extensively. The workshop was an eye opener as many of us were not aware of how Satellite communication has entered a common man’s house and making our life more comfortable. Some of the areas are Soil and Water conservation, Area& Production estimation for major crops, Natural Resources Census, Weather Predictions etc. It was an enriching experience and definitely would help the teacher to motivate the students to join this Prestigious organization.

Teacher Training Programme Organised By SAE

Date: 7th May & 8th May, 2021
Topic: Excel Training
Resource Person: Ms. Pratima Gupta
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade VI to XII
Learning Objectives: Teachers were demonstrated some basic and advanced functions of Microsoft Excel.

Date: 8th May, 2021
Topic: Role of a Teacher
Resource Person: Ms Sandhya Gatti
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade IX to XII

Learning Objectives: In the 21st century classroom, teachers are facilitators of students learning and creators of productive classroom environments where students can develop the skills they need now or in the future. Students aren’t consumers of facts. They are active creators of knowledge. Schools aren’t just brick-and-mortar structures they’re centers of lifelong learning. As a teacher our planning should be such that to extract the information or ignite the spark among students. Reimagining the teaching is the need of hour.

Date: 8th May, 2021
Topic: 7 Habits of Learning
Resource Person: Ms Shaloo Sharma.
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade IX to XII

Learning Objectives: How can 7 habits of Learning help a person in the personal and interpersonal growth in life in a truly effective way. The first three habits will help an individual to achieve independence (i.e., self-mastery). The next three habits will helping him achieve interdependence (e.g. working with others). The final, seventh habit is intended to help maintain these achievements.

Date: 12th May, 2021
Topic: Inquiry based Learning
Resource Person: Mr. Ankur Rupani
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade IX to XII

Learning Objectives: How to structure an Inquiry based learning by which students Engage and gain a deeper understanding of topics and content by them, following a process, instead of primarily memorizing and recalling rules, ideas, formulas that are limited to text book. To understand how IBL works and plan and execute the plan to promote inquiry and critical thinking in the classroom.

Date: 13th May, 2021
Topic: Assessment Tool 1 (Rubrics)
Resource Person: Ms. Puneeta Malhotra
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade VI to VIII

Learning Objectives:

Identify the value and role of rubrics in measuring student learning
List the steps in creating a rubric
Identify an assignment in your course that could use a rubric and draft the criteria
Connect rubrics with learning outcomes and data
Date: 15th May, 2021
Topic: Social Emotional Learning
Resource Person: Mr. Ankur Rupani
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade IX to XII

Learning Objectives: How can the process of Social Emotional Learning develop Self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that is as important for student learning, performance, success and happiness.

Date: 15th May, 2021
Topic: Assessment Tool 2 (Checklist And Rating Scale)
Resource Person: Dr. Preeti Gupta
Attended by: Teachers teaching grade VI to VIII

Learning Objectives:

Relevance of observation as a teacher
Ways to record observations
Performance Assessment
Anecdotal Records, checklists and rating scale as tools of assessment

Workshop on Space Technology & Applications - IISRO-ISRO

An online certificate course was conducted by IIRS, ISRO from 31st May 2021– 4th June 2021. The week-long course was well planned and conducted in a duration of exhaustive15 hours.

It was to apprise School teachers about latest developments at ISRO and their uses/applications for India. The renowned Scientists from ISRO used Power Point Presentations/Videos and Live Experiments extensively. The workshop was an eye opener as many of us were not aware of how Satellite communication has entered a common man’s house and making our life more comfortable. Some of the areas are Soil and Water conservation, Area& Production estimation for major crops, Natural Resources Census, Weather Predictions etc. It was an enriching experience and definitely would help the teacher to motivate the students to join this Prestigious organization.

CBSE Capacity Building Training Programmes June 2021

S No Date Topic Organiser / Resource Person Attended By Feedback on Training
1 9/6/21 Addressing Socio-Emotional needs of students COE-Chandigarh,
Mr. Rakesh Sehgal
Ms. Sunetra  Addressing Socio Emotional Needs of students-As teachers we should be able to develop the best thoughts in our students socially and emotionally
2 10/6/21 Salient features of NEP 2020 COE -Noida
Mr. Madan Sawhney
Ms. Sunetra  Salient features of NEP – understand the vision &Key Principles of NEP2020
3 15/06/21 Setting Outcome in Teaching Learning Training HQ
Mr. Reneesh Mathew
Ms. Sunetra The value of setting outcomes
4 15/6/21 Child Psychology-Understanding Developmental Stages COE-Delhi East
Ms. Bhavika Gidwani
Ms. Sunetra Maximise children’s development for our society’s future
5 17/6/21 Effective Communication skills COE-Training HQ Dr. Sankar Prasad Ms. Sunetra  Effective Communication is the core of Teaching Learning Process
6 26/6/21 Stress Management Technique COE-Allahabad (Prayagraj) Ms.Mandvi Tripathi Ms. Sunetra Educate and learn ways to manage stress
7 15/6/21 Adopting Inclusive Practices Ms. Hema Kalakoti Ms. Roomki To understand the universal design for learning and its elements
8 21/6/21 Anger Free Schools COE-Noida
Ms. Sushma Khanna
Ms. Roomki Mitra To understand the various triggers in the environment leading to aggression
9 25/6/21 Digital Library COE-Noida
Ms. Mamta Maggu
Ms. Roomki Mitra To realise the importance of digital skills to be imparted to Librarians in these changing times to bring about changes and help schools to keep up with current trends of web technology.
10 25/6/21 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application COE-Noida Ms. Anjana Jha Ms. Roomki Mitra To understand the various steps of Bloom’s. Taxonomy and its implication in the context of lesson planning
11 2/6/21 Life Skills COE-Ajmer Ms. Garima Understanding the importance of teaching life skills in schools .
12 9/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligences COE-Training HQ Ms. Garima  Looking beyond academic intelligence to focus on multiple intelligence students can harbour
13 16/6/21 Importance of Gratitude COE-Noida Ms. Garima Understanding the importance of developing practice of gratitude and how to make it a part of life
14 19/6/21 Experiential Learning in Practice COE-Allahabad Ms. Garima Understanding the importance of engaging students in the learning process – ‘learning by doing’ for their holistic development
15 2/6/21 Importance of Gratitude COE-Noida Ms. Ashu John Ms. Jaya Pathak Apart from moral merit, gratitude contributes to physical and mental well-being.
16 16/06/21 Storytelling in Classroom (Storytelling as a Pedagogy) COE-Noida
Dr. Priyanka Mehta
Ms. Jaya Pathak The evergreen appeal of storytelling makes it an effective tool in teaching and secures student interest relatively effortlessly. It has been a common and historically popular form of narration and communication and draws attention to the substance of the story, which could well be the subject being taught.
17 17/06/21 Health Promoting School COE-Noida
Ms. Farzana Shakeel Ali
Ms. Jaya Pathak Health needs to be actively promoted in schools to sustain effective learning, safety and a positive mindset involving all stake holders – students, parents, staff and the community.
18 21/06/21 Anger Free school COE-Noida
Ms. Deepa Bhatt
Ms. Jaya Pathak Anger is triggered by stimuli such as negative events, behaviour, memories, etc. It needs to be kept in check to control aggression and harm to self and society.
19 16/06/21 Importance of Gratitude COE-Noida/ Resource Person- Mr. CB Jadli Mr. Bappi Singha The workshop was very interesting, and the resource person explained the importance of gratitude in social and educational matters .
20 17/06/21 Pre-school Teaching Methodology COE-Noida/ Resource Person: Ms. Geetika Ahuja Mr. Bappi Singha The program was a little difficult to understand because the audio quality of the resource person was very low. The program was interesting.
21 11/6/21 Promoting Mental Health Delhi West Ms. Gitanjali Kaur Mr. Sushil Kumar Bisht An awesome workshop
Content was relevant and well presented.
22 18/06/21 Teaching Strategies for students with Intellectual Disabilities COE Delhi East
Dr. Sandeep Kumar
Mr. Sushil Kumar Bisht The workshop was very interactive and benefited all the participants enormously! We had the opportunity to present our research in presentation slides/posters and discuss how to make them better.
23 22/06/21 Teaching and Learning Styles Delhi East
Ms. Rekha Pauthur
Mr. Sushil Kumar Bisht There were many examples which made it easy to follow and to understand the topic.
24 22/06/21 Digial Learning and Management NOIDA COE Mr. Gunjan Kumar Jha The workshop presented a fresh approach to Digital learning and was very informative and engaging in nature.
25 22/06/21 Experiential Learning in Practice Mr. Ajay Khosla Mr. Gunjan Kumar Jha It was an informative workshop, emphasizing on the practical aspects of teaching. Proved to be helpful.
26 1/6/21 Effective Communication Skills COE Tiruvanthapuram
RP – Dr. Swarup Dutta
Ms. Anikini Dhall Everyone is nervous in public speaking. Sound Knowledge is the key to overcome fear.
27 4/6/21 Setting Learning Outcomes in Teaching – Learning COE Dehradun
RP – Ms. Anita Dutta
Ms. Anikini Dhall Learning outcome should be specific – school and area specific and well defined and measurable.
28 07/06/21 Fostering Critical and Creative Thinking COE Delhi – East
RP – Dr. Mahesh Babu
Ms. Anikini Dhall To make students enable to think out of the box.
29 26/06/21 Stress Management COE Allahabad
Ms. Manvi Tripathi
Ms. Anikini Dhall To manage stress, find “me time”. Which will not be provided by anybody, even your institution.
30 9/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence COE Training HQ Ms. Geeta Hiteshi Ms. Shelly Baveja Multiple intelligence needs to be administered and tested through various tools
31 10/6/21 Joyful Mathematics COE
Thiruvanthapuram
Ms. Kakli Bagchi
Ms. Shelly Baveja Mathematics can be fun if creative ideas are implemented while teaching
32 26/6/21 Addressing Challenges in Post Covid Schooling COE
Noida
Ms. Swapna Nair
Ms. Shelly Baveja Precautions to be taken during COVID times and safety measures for everyone’s safety
33 28/6/21 Essential component of a lesson plan COE Noida
Ms. Guneet Ohri
Ms. Shelly Baveja Planning is the key to good and systematic lesson delivery
34 9/6/21 Multiple Intelligence Training Headquarters, Ms. Geeta Hiteshi Ms. Puneet Kaur Multiple Intelligence-It helps to understand different ways in which students learn and acquire information. An understanding of which type(s) of intelligence a student may possess can help teachers adjust learning styles.
35 15/6/21 Bloom’s Taxonomy COE Allahabad, Mr. Balwinder Ms. Puneet Kaur Use Bloom-style questions to prompt deeper thinking. Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to differentiate lessons- apply higher-order thinking skills and verbs in class discussion, provide an extra challenge.
36 29/6/21 Value Education and its significance COE Allahabad, Ms. Mandvi Tripathi Ms. Puneet Kaur In our lessons we should include values such as empathy, punctuality, regularity, gratitude, etc.to develop a critical ability to distinguish between right and wrong and to develop commitment and courage to act on one’s beliefs in real life situations.
37 5/6/21 Adopting Inclusive Practices in Classroom CBSE Training HQ Ms. Sarika Sharma New topic explained in simple way. Very informative.
38 7/6/21 Effective Communication Skills Ms. Rooma Pathak Ms. Sarika Sharma A must learn topic for everyone. Very effective way of teaching.
39 9/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence Ms.Geeta Hiteshi Ms. Sarika Sharma Must be followed in the class. A topic to be learned, more than one time. I mean repetition will be better for practice.
40 5/6/21 CBE – Hindi Lesson Planning Dr. Vinod Prasoon Ms. Sarika Sharma Effective way of teaching the value of writing these points and the way of putting it in the diary.
41 15/06/21 Hindi Bhasha Me Lekhan
TathaSahitya
Srijan
Mr. Rakesh Dubey COE HOST Training HQ Ms. Richa Sharma Very Informative
42 17/06/21 Effective
Communication
Skills
MS. MONIKA
ARORA
CEO HOST Training HQ
Ms. Richa Sharma Very Good
43 1/6/21 Value Education and Its Significance Mr. Sanjeev Jain Ms. Seema Dimri  Emphasis on the personality development of a child.
44 2/6/21 Value Education and its Significance Coe Allahabad Ms. Seema Dimri Inculcation of patriotic spirit as well as the value of a good citizen.
45 10/6/21 Life Skill COE DELHI WEST Ms. Seema Dimri It helps us to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of life.
46 26/06/21 Stress Management Techniques COE-Allahabad (Prayagraj) Ms.Mandvi Tripathi Ms. Seema Dimri This workshop taught us techniques to manage our stress.
47 22/6/21 Experiential learning in practice Mr. Ajay Khosla Mr. Varun Kumar Jha An awesome workshop Content was relevant and well presented.
48 23/6/21 Value Education Mr. Rajeev Chawala Mr. Manbeer Singh Very good program
49 17/6/21 Effective Communication Skills Training HQ
Dr. Sankar
Prasad Dutta
Ms. Nistha Aggarwal Sharing the stress management techniques with the children
50 11/6/21 Stress Management Techniques COE
Allahabad
Mr. Mosam
Sinha
Ms. Nistha Aggarwal To develop better communication and relation with children and colleagues.
51 31/5/21 Inaugural Session Space Technology and Applications followed by Lecture on Overview of Space Technology and Indian Space Programme Director VSSC (Chief Guest), Director IIRS, GH, HODs and Faculty of IIRS. Ms. Nistha Aggarwal  Participants were able to learn about Geoscience, understanding geodata, satellite communication, navigation technology and an overview of astronomy & space science.
52 1/6/21 Overview of Satellite communication and Navigation technology Shri Nilesh M. Desai, Director SAC, ISRO. Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
53 1/6/21 Overview of Astronomy and space science Dr. Anil Bhardwaj, Director PRL, Dept. of Space Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
54 6/2/21 Space Infrastructure and data products for meteorological studies Dr. C.M. Kishtawal, Outstanding Scientist (Former) SAC, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
55 2/6/21 Use of satellite data products in operational weather services Dr A K Mitra, Scientist-E, Sat Met Division, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), New Delhi Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
56 2/6/21 Overview of Planetary Geoscience Dr. Prakash Chauhan, Director IIRS, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
57 3/6/21 Satellite based Earth observations and Remote Sensing Technology Dr. Raj Kumar, Director NRSC, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
58 3/6/21 Experiment on Reading Satellite Imageries for information Extraction Mrs. Minakshi Kumar, Scientist, IIRS, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
59 4/6/21 Applications of Geospatial technology in Governance Dr. Harish C Karnatak, Head GIT&DL Dept. IIRS, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
60 4/6/21 Experiment on Geodata access from online data repositories and problem-solving using GIS Mr. Kamal Pandey, Scientist, IIRS, ISRO Ms. Nistha Aggarwal
61 10/6/21 Teaching Strategies in Science (Secondary Level) COE Allahabad (Prayagraj)
Mr. Vivek Awasthi
Ms. Nitu It should be incorporated in the delivery of the lesson
62 31/5/21-04/06/21 Space Technology and its Applications IIRS, ISRO Dehradun. Ms. Nitu The learnings will be shared with the students to create their interest in Astrophysics at an early stage.
63 5/6/21 Adopting Inclusive Practices in the Classroom Training headquarters
Mr. Sandeep
Ms. Kiran Sibal The various methodologies that can be used to make education inclusive
64 5/6/21 Salient Features of the NEP COE-NOIDA
MS.SMITA MISHRA
Ms. Kiran Sibal Understanding the various aspects of the NEP
65 10/6/21 Strategies for Teaching Science Coe_East Delhi
Mr. Gyanendra Kumar Mishra
Ms. Kiran Sibal Sports Integration, Art Integration, AI integration
66 14/06/21 Digital learning and Management CoE Prayagraj

Ms. Nisha Singh

Ms. Promila Garyali Digital learning and Management:                                                                                      Making use of digital tools in order to make virtual classrooms. more vibrant, inclusive and acceptable to ensure maximum participation of students.
67 22/06/21 Experiential Learning in Practice CoE Noida
Mr. Ajay Khosla
Ms. Promila Garyali Experiential Learning in Practice:                                                                 (i) Relevance of imparting value education to children in today’s scenario (ii) Understanding different levels of values: individual, interpersonal, community, National and Global.
68 10/6/21 Selection of Effective Teaching Learning Material CoE Delhi East
Dr. Dinisha Bhardwaj
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan Using proper teaching aids as per the requirement of the topic taught.
69 14/6/21 Digital Learning and Management CoE Allahabad
Nisha Singh
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan Use of digital tools to make class engaging and interesting.
70 15/6/21 Setting Outcomes in Teaching CoE Training HQ
Reneesh Mathew
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan Setting and ensuring that the learning outcomes are achieved.
71 23/6/21 Constructivism CoE Noida
Anurodh Chitra
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan As a facilitator help the learner build the concept
72 28/6/21 Setting Outcomes in learning Training HQ
Arti Chopra
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan Principles of learning outcomes, the steps for attaining learning outcomes -planning, doing, checking and action were discussed.,
73 30/6/21 Experiential learning in practice CoE Ajmer
Usha Mani
Ms. Bindu Muralidharan Following the steps prepare, do, reflect and apply in experiential learning. Experiencing the real-life cases and reflect to have better understanding of learning.
74 2/6/21 Experiential Learning in Practice COE NOIDA
Ms. Kanika Vig
Ms. Arpita Paul To have balance content and process
75 10/6/21 Teaching Strategies in Science COE Prayagraj
Mr. Vivek Awasthi
Ms. Arpita Paul To pay more emphasis on demonstrations, project work and hands on practicals while teaching science.
76 11/6/2021 Promoting Mental Health Training HQ
Mr. Anurag Gupta
Ms. Arpita Paul Various ways to improve mental health and to be stress free were discussed like planning, hobbies, make a to do list, talking to someone etc.
77 22/06/21 Content and Time Management Allahabad (Prayagraj)
Ms. Hemlata Kalakoti
Ms. Arpita Paul Use more ways to save time in classrooms. by adapting blended learning approach, trying new techniques, smart parent communication.
78 24/06/21 Effective Communication Skills Ajmer
Mr. Gunendra Kumar Mishra
Ms. Arpita Paul Work on language competency to have flawless flow
79 25/0621 Story Telling in Classroom Pune
Mr. Ganesh R. Tarate
Ms. Arpita Paul Relevant, interesting and relatable characters
80 29/06/21 Decision Making Skills in Adolescents Dehradun
Mr Rahul Chawla
Ms. Arpita Paul Connect the goals with talents, values and aspirations
81 15/06/21 Setting Outcomes in Teaching – Learning Training Headquarters\ Mr Reneesh Ms. Ayesha Khan Digital learning is meant to enhance learning, not simply continue it via a digital means. It includes blended learning, flipped learning, personalized learning, and other strategies that rely on digital tools to a small or large degree.
82 10/06/21 Teaching Strategies in Science (Secondary Level) Allahabad (Prayagraj Sh Vivek Awasthi) Ms. Ayesha Khan Teachings much more likely to be successful when guided by a clear and complete lesson plan. The key elements of a good lesson plan include objectives, timing, sequencing, differentiation, assessment, and materials.
83 08/06/21 Gamification in Learning Delhi West
Deepti Sharma
Ms. Ayesha Khan The gamification theory in education is that learners learn best when they are also having fun. Not only this – they also learn best when they have goals, targets and achievements to reach for, of course in a way the learner still perceives as fun.
84 04/06/21 21st Century Skills Bhopal
Lazarni Das
Ms. Ayesha Khan Knowledge is constructed, rather than innate, or passively absorbed,
85 02/06/21 Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Noida
Sonu Nayyar
Ms. Ayesha Khan Points discussed will be incorporated in the lesson plan
86 11/06/21 Constructivism Training Headquarters
Prof R Meganathan
Ms. Ayesha Khan Information may be passively received, but understanding cannot be, for it must come from making meaningful connections between prior knowledge, new knowledge, and the processes involved in learning.
87 09/06/21 Digital Learning and Management Training HQ Ms. Ayesha Khan Information may be passively received, but understanding cannot be, for it must come from making meaningful connections between prior knowledge, new knowledge, and the processes involved in learning.
88 9/6/21 Fostering Critical and Creative Thinking COE- NOIDA
Monica Chawla
Ms. Mamta Rishi More emphasis on paragraph questions, picture questions, open ended questions to be included in the assignments.
89 9/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence (UMI) COE-Ajmer
Bhavisha Hirani
Ms. Mamta Rishi Should incorporate different types of multiple intelligence components in the delivery of lesson.
90 10/6/21 Strategies for Teaching Science COE- Delhi East
Mr.Gyanendra Kumar Mishra
Ms. Mamta Rishi Science teaching can be clubbed with AIL, AI, Sports, Demonstration method etc.
91 14/6/21 ChemCollective Virtual labs CBSE & IIT Bombay
Dr. Snehalatha Kaliappan
Ms. Mamta Rishi Preparation of standard solution, dilutions and pH measurement,
92 15/6/21 ChemCollective Virtual labs CBSE and IIT Bombay
Dr. Snehalatha Kaliappan
and Madhuri
Ms. Mamta Rishi Effect of Temperature on Solubility, Heat of Reaction, Metal Displacement Reactions, Gravimetric Analysis, Hands-on Session 1
93 16/6/21 ChemCollective Virtual labs CBSE and IIT Bombay
Dr. Snehalatha Kaliappan
Ms. Mamta Rishi Determination of Equilibrium Constant, Determination of Solubility Product, Demonstration of Chemistry
94 17/6/21 ChemCollective Virtual labs CBSE and IIT Bombay
Dr. Snehalatha Kaliappan
Ms. Mamta Rishi Density of Solids and Liquids, Hands-on Session 2
95 18/6/21 ChemCollective Virtual labs CBSE and IIT Bombay
Dr. Snehalatha Kaliappan
And Madhur
Ms. Mamta Rishi Software series available at ST website for Chemistry teaching/learning
96 30/6/21 Significance Of Value Education COE-Noida
Yashika Bhardwaj
Ms. Mamta Rishi It must be incorporated in everyday life of the students.
97 9/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence (UMI) COE-Training Unit
Ms. Geeta Hiteshi
Ms. Susmita Dey Should incorporate different types of multiple intelligence components in the delivery of lesson.
98 9/6/21 Fostering Critical and Creative Thinking COE –Noida
Ms. Monica Chawla
Ms. Susmita Dey Critical and creative thinking should be incorporated in delivering a topic
99 23/6/21 Bloom’s. taxonomy and questioning technique COE –Noida
Mr Vikram Singh
Ms. Susmita Dey Subject and topic wise examples help in understanding it better
100 3/6/21 Practising Blended Learning Coe Noida,Aditi Basu Roy
Cbse Coe,Delhi East
Ms. Latika Joshi

Ms. Sobia Khan

Boring as speaker lacked good communication skills.

Learnt to use quiz apps etc.in classroom along with traditional methods of instruction to keep students engaged in their learning.

101 7/6/21 Understanding Gender Coe Noida Sharbari Bannerjee Ms. Latika Joshi V. GOOD CONTENT.
102 16/6/21 Importance Of Gratitude C.B Jadli Ms. Sobia Khan Appreciating and acknowledging others.
103 5/6/2021 Adopting Inclusive Practices in the Classroom Training HQ, Dr. S. Kumar Ms. Anubha Rawat To adopt Inclusive Practices in the Classroom.
104 9/6/21 Connecting and Communicating with Parents Allahabad, Ms. Pooja Dixit Ms. Anubha Rawat
105 14/06/21 Digital Learning and Management COE Allahabad, Ms. Nisha Singh Ms. Anubha Rawat To use different digital tools for learning
106 18/06/21 Effective Communication Skills Delhi, Ms. S. Behl Ms. Anubha Rawat To understand the importance of effective communication.
107 4/6/21 Content and Time Management Dr. Mosam Sinha Ms. Kakolee Sengupta Time which gives something in return is time invested. Personality traits are difficult to change whereas skills can be acquired.
108 9/6/21 Connecting and Communicating with Parents Ms. Pooja Dixit Ms. Kakolee Sengupta Parents should be contacted frequently by teachers
109 14/6/21 Decision Making Skills in Adolescents Dr. Suchitra Bhattacharjee Ms. Kakolee Sengupta To provide a variety of perspectives for the decision-making process.
110 28/6/21 Teaching Strategies in English Secondary Level Ms.Swapna Nair Ms. Kakolee Sengupta Acquisition of four language skills by adopting various strategies.
111 21/6/21 Salient Features of Nep Dr. Priyadarshini Deoghare- Pune Region Ms. Deepa Wadhwa Understood the salient features of nep and its vision of global citizenship
112 29/6/21 Education for Peace Dr. Vikas Beniwal Training HQ Deepa Wadhwa Understood the need to be in harmony with oneself and developing a culture of peace
113 7/6/ 2021 Gender Sensitivity in Classroom Management Coe Noida Ms. Shamoly Ghose Entrust responsibility of organizing classroom activities equally to both the genders.
114 11/6/21 Young Warrior Movement CBSE Academics and Training
Dr. Shah
Ms. Shamoly Ghose How students can enhance their knowledge on COVID-19 and various means by which the students can help people and find solutions to this crisis.
115 19/6/21 Importance of Gratitude Coe Noida Ms. Roma Ms. Shamoly Ghose Be thankful for what you are. Don’t compare your looks and intellect with others.
116 25/6/21 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its Application Coe Allahabad Ms. Hema Kalakoti Ms. Shamoly Ghose Bloom’s taxonomy and its application – Intellectual skills, cognitive strategy, verbal information, motor skills and attitude.
117 25/6/21 Digital Library COE NOIDA
Mamta Maggie
Ms. Sumathy Importance of having/creating a digital lib during this pandemic situation
118 12/6/2021 Stress Management COE Allahabad
Mandiv
Tripati
Ms. Sumathy How to recognize and tackle stress both for teachers and student
119 28/6/21 Value Education and its significance COE Noida
Mandvi Tripathi
Ms. Sumathy Linking  values in your curriculum
120 29/6/21 Value Education and its significance COE Noida
Mandvi Tripathi
Ms. Sumathy How to inculcate values and ethics in our students so that it helps in the character building of students
121 12/6/2021 Setting Learning Outcomes in teaching learning COE-NOIDA/

Aishwarya Taneja

Ms. Preeti Sharma Verb associated to be correctly used
122 23/6/2021 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application COE-NOIDA/
Mr. Vikram SIngh
Ms. Preeti Sharma Use digital Bloom’s taxonomy
123 24/6/2021 Experiential Learning in practice COE- NOIDA/
Dr. Prerna Mitra
Ms. Preeti Sharma Methods used can be Field trips, games, storytelling, experiments
124 30/6/2021 Value Education and its significance COE-NOIDA/
Ms.Yashika Bhardwaj
Ms. Preeti Sharma School along with parents has a responsibility in imparting Value education and methods were discussed
125 22/6/21 Experimental learning in Practice COE Noida
Mr Ajay Khosla
Ms. Madhumita Ray Incorporate Experience based learning by encouraging students to explore and
have insight into their own skills, interests, passions and values.
126 23/6/21 Addressing Emotional needs of students COE Delhi
Dr. Manisha Sharma
Ms. Madhumita Ray Emotional needs of students are very important for learning. If the students are happy then they will learn more.
127 24/6/21 Decision Making skills in Adolescence COE HQ
Dr Kamini Tanwar
Ms. Madhumita Ray Decision making skill is very important for adolescence. This workshop has taught me how to inculcate this power to the adolescence.
128 25/6/21 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application COE Noida
Ms. Anjana
Ms. Madhumita Ray Bloom’s taxonomy is significant because it lays out a framework for understanding the different levels of learning. Bloom tells us that students must master lower levels of learning before they can attempt more complicated tasks.
129 4/6/21 Content & Time Management Mr. Mosam Sinha Ms. Sangeeta Appropriate criteria of dividing the class time for pre-lesson assessment, main body and recapitulation.
130 12/6/21 Connecting & communicating with Parents Ms.

Mandavi Tripathi

Ms. Sangeeta Using a variety of channels to communicate at regular interval and sharing appreciation notes for supporting the child.
131 3/6/21 Experiential Learning in Practice COE-Ajmer/

Ms. Usha CK Mani

Mr. Zubair Students should learn through experience rather than teacher teaching them any topic. There should be activities and experiments in classes. Students should be provided with opportunities to reflect
132 12/6/21 Joyful Mathematics COE-Noida/ Mr. Avani Kamal Mr. Zubair Mathematics teachers should develop ideas to motivate students by joyful activities, such as discovering, exploring, constructing, designing, setting strategy, and solving problems. that are wrapped in mathematics games, puzzles, and hands on activities.
133 14/6/21 Teaching Strategies in Mathematics (Secondary Level) COE Delhi East/ Mr. Anurodh Chitra Mr. Zubair A teacher must support a constructivist classroom by following the 5 E’s Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate
134 22/6/21 Cyber Security and Ethics COE Delhi East/ Ms.Bhavna Garg Mr. Zubair We should protect our devices and data from various cybercrimes.
135 11/6/21 Stress Management Techniques CBSE / Dr Mosam Sinha Ms. Sunita Understanding different forms. of stress and managing it by appropriate positive actions.
136 25/06/21 Bloom’s. Taxonomy and its Application COE / Hema Kalakoti Ms. Sunita Bloom’s taxonomy is significant because it lays out a framework for understanding the different levels of learning. Bloom tells us that students must master lower levels of learning before they can attempt more complicated tasks.
137 24/06/21 Experiential Learning
in Practice
COE / Dr Prerna Mitra Ms. Sunita Incorporate Experience based learning by encouraging students to explore and
have insight into their own skills, interests, passions and values.
138 14/6/21 Multiple Intelligence COE-Prayagraj/

Dr Ritu Bajpai

Mr. Vivek Multiple intelligence refers to a theory describing the different ways
students learn and acquire information. These multiple intelligences
range from the use of words, numbers, pictures and music.
139 23/6/21 Anger Free School COE-
Thiruvananthpuram/
Ms. Shree Rekha
Prashad
Mr. Vivek Schools should be anger free zone. Students and teachers should be
trained to control anger. A joyful learning atmosphere should be in the
schools.
140 16/6/21 Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Ms. Sangeeta Rekhi Ms. Vasundhara Kaushik To focus on following things while preparing any lesson
Arousing interest in students
To give them challenging situation
Include series of lessons that are linked to the same
To review what they have already done
141 16/6/21 Focussing on Competency Based Education Ms. Archana Singh Ms. Vasundhara Kaushik Working of Competency based education works-
Teaching methodology to be tailored to meet different learning abilities and can lead to more efficient student outcomes.
142 5/6/21 Essentials of Lesson Plan Rajiv Mohan Pandey Mr. Rohit Learning objective and different learning strategies are the two key components.
143 5/6/21 Salient Features of NEP Mr. Rohit Current changes of NEP.
144 11/6/21 Stress Management Techniques Allahabad (Prayagraj) Ms. Preeti Ghai The workshop enabled me to learn few stress management techniques.
145 17/6/21 Effective Communication Skills Mr. Mausam Sinha Ms. Preeti Ghai  The workshop enabled me to develop a better understanding about 7 C’s of communication. Also, it helped me understand how to overcome barriers in virtual communication.
146 31/5/21-14/6/21 Online Certificate Course on Space Technology and Applications for School Teachers Training Headquarters / Dr. Sankar Prasad Dutta IIRS, ISRO Ms. Preeti Ghai  The workshop was an eyeopener and helped me in becoming aware of the latest developments at ISRO and supreme position India holds in international arena.
147 8/6/21 Cyber Security & Ethics Ms. Mona Chopra CBSE Coe Delhi East Ms. Vinoo Mehta Sensitization towards privacy and security of data was explained clearly taking real time examples
148 16/6/21 Addressing Socio Economic needs of students Mr Pankaj Munjal CBSE Coe Delhi East Ms. Vinoo Mehta The resource person beautifully explained the topic. It was very informative and enthralling
149 5/6/21 Adopting Inclusive Practices in Classroom Dr Sandeep Kumar Jain
COE Training unit
Ms. Jyoti Joshi The session explained the need and importance of inclusive education and the steps taken by the government for the people with special needs.
150 9/6/21 Importance of Gratitude Ms. Seema Jerath
COE Training unit
Ms. Jyoti Joshi The session helped to understand the importance of acknowledging good deeds and develop positive relationship
151 10/6/21 Salient Features of National Education Policy 2020 Mr Madan Sawhney
COE Training unit
Ms. Jyoti Joshi Got idea about the vision and idea behind NEP 2020 and the role of teacher in the holistic development of the student.
152 11/6/21 Constructivism Prof R Meganathan
COE Training unit
Ms. Jyoti Joshi The workshop explained the Multiple processes and Strategies which can be used to apply constructivism.
153 12/6/21 Working with Learning Disabilities Ms. Anindita
COE Training unit
Ms. Jyoti Joshi The ways shared for teaching students of special needs will be helpful in implementing in the class.
154 14/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence Dr Ritu Bajpai
COE Prayagraj
Ms. Jyoti Joshi The workshop gave an idea that for better understanding and more retention, use of picture and diagrams. during teaching can encourage students to be more interactive
155 26/6/21 Stress Management Techniques Ms. Mandvi Tripathi
COE Prayagraj
Ms. Jyoti Joshi Very well explained the steps which can be taken to reduce stress among students and set achievable goals for them.
156 11/6/21 Managing Change Dr. Jyoti Gupta
COE Noida
Ms. Preeti Khanna Explained with examples that change is a never-ending process of readjustments and adaptation in one’s life
157 12/6/21 Content and Time Management Dr. Mosam Sinha
COE Noida
Ms. Preeti Khanna Explanation of how to organize and spend right time for right activity and pursue your hobbies.
158 17/6/21 Happy Teachers Creates Happy Classroom Ms.Pooja Sehgal
COE Allahabad Prayagraj
Ms. Preeti Khanna The objective of understanding how happiness quotient of the teacher helps in creating a happy classroom environment for students was explained with good examples.
159 22/6/21 Digital Learning Management Ms. Neeru Mittal
COE Noida
Ms. Preeti Khanna The live demonstration of Waklet tool can be very useful to create resources for teachers which can be shared with students.
160 29/06/21 Teaching Strategies in Social Science Mr. Ajay Jha Ms. Jennifer De Castro Discuss the need for teaching-learning strategies in social sciences
161 23/06/21 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application Coe (Noida)
Organiser
Ms. Jennifer De Castro  Describe various methods and techniques used in teaching social sciences
162 21/06/21 Salient features of National Education Policy 2020 Coe (Bengaluru)
Organiser
Ms. Jennifer De Castro Explain the importance of learning resources in teaching social sciences
163 17/06/21 Health Promoting Schools Ms. Farzana Shakeel Ali Ms. Jennifer De Castro Describe various learning resources used in teaching social sciences
164 10/6/21 Understanding Multiple Intelligence Dr. Shankar Prasad Dutta Ms. Kusum Lata Identify our dominant Multiple Intelligence and try to administer on the students
165 16/6/21 Importance of Gratitude Dr. C.B. Jadli Ms. Kusum Lata Embrace the quality of showing gratitude and inculcate this quality among the students.
166 18/6/21 Promoting Mental Health COE

Training
HQ Ms.
Vandana
Nair

Ms. Areeba
Sundus
Workshop aims. to raise awareness and
to equip participants with the skills and
knowledge to promote mental health in the workplace.
 167 1/6/21 Protection of Child Rights CBSE COE
Delhi East
(Dr.
Sandeep,
Associate
Professor)
Ms. Areeba
Sundus
How to prevent children from experiencing violence, exploitation, abuse, and neglect

CBSE Capacity Building Training Programmes MAY 2021

SNo. Name of teacher Dept Topic
1 Ms. Sanya Panjrath

 

French Salient Features of National Education Policy
2 Ms. Preeti Khanna

 

Computer Essential Components of Lesson Plan

The Values of Reckon, Need of Value Education

3 Ms. Jyoti Joshi

 

Computer Experiential Learning in Practice

Addressing Challenges in Post

COVID Schooling

4 Ms. Veenu Computer Adopting Inclusive Practices in Class Room

Exploring Multiple
Intelligences Usage in
Classrooms

5 Ms. Richa Sharma

 

Hindi Connecting And Communicating with Parents
6 Ms. Sarika Hindi Setting Learning Outcomes in Teaching – Learning

Constructivism

7 Ms. Sangeeta Das

 

Mathematics

 

Experiential Learning in Practice

Gamification In Learning

8 Mr. Vivek Kumar Singh

 

Mathematics Connecting And Communicating with Parents

Adopting Inclusive Practices in Classroom

9 Mr. Rohit Dhingra Mathematics Connecting And Communicating with Parents

Joyful Mathematics

10 Ms.  Madhumita Ray

 

Mathematics The Values to Reckon, Need of Value Education
11 Ms.  Vasundara Kaushik

 

Mathematics Constructivism

The Values to Reckon, Need of Value Education

12 Ms. Preeti Ghai

 

Mathematics Focusing On Competency Based Education

Understanding Multiple Intelligence

13 Ms. Mamta Rishi

 

Science Interpersonal Skills

Importance Of Gratitude

Addressing Challenges in Post Covid Schooling

The Values of Reckon- Need of Value Education

Focusing On Competency Based Education

14 Ms. Ayesha Khan

 

Science Salient Features of National Education Policy 2020

 

Practicing Blended Learning

15 Ms. Arpita Paul

 

Science Stress Management Techniques
16 Ms. Nishta

 

Science Focussing on Competency Based Education

Understanding Multiple Intelligences Usage in Classroom

17 Ms. Nitu Dixit

 

Science Connecting And Communicating with Parents

Addressing Challenges in Post COVID Schooling

18 Ms. Sushmita Dey

 

Science Practicing Blended Learning

Connecting And Communicating with Parents

The Importance Of Gratitude(Tig)

The Values to Reckon, Need of Value Education

19 Ms. Kiran Sibal

 

Science The Importance of Gratitude (TIG)

The Values to Reckon, Need of Value Education

Addressing Challenges in Post Covid Schooling

Content And Time Management

20 Ms. Promilla

 

Science Essential Components of a Lesson Plan

The Values to Reckon, Need of Value Education

21 Ms. Anikhini Dhall

 

Economics Salient Features of NEP

Managing Change

22 Ms. Shelly Baweja

 

Economics Bloom’s Taxonomy and its Application
23 Ms. Puneet Kaur

 

Economics Experimental Learning in Practice
24 Ms. Sunetra Banerjee

 

Psychology Determinants of Career Choice

Importance Of Gratitude

Content And Time Management

25 Ms. Sumathy Raghunath Commerce Stress Management

Joyful Mathematics

Importance Of Gratitude

The Value to Reckon, Need of Value Education

26 Ms. Preeti Sharma

 

Commerce Gamification In Learning

Change Management

Teaching Strategies in Business Studies

 

Awakened Citizen Program

Date Topic Conducted By Attended By Learning Objectives
19 th & 20th April ACP Training- Year-1  Mr. Rupesh Dhyani and Mr Roshan Mahalle Kapil Class Teachers of VI & VII

Ms Neelam Sharma, Ms Uma Tiwari, Ms Mitali, Mr Varun, Ms Vinoo, Mr Manbeer, Mr Vivek, Ms Richa

 

Learning to live and work in more and more harmony with others

Growing in an attitude of perfection seeking and excellence

7th & 8th May ACP Training- Year-2 Ms Shatarupa Dutta

Ms Manjira Majumdar,

Mr Tarun Arora,

MrSaurav Bisht,

Mr Ravi Rajput

Class Teachers of VII

Mr Varun, Ms Vinoo, Mr Manbeer, Mr Vivek, Ms Richa

How a teacher through well framed questions about a given situation could help children come up with solutions to the problem through their understating and imagination.

Workshop on Cancer Prevention and Palliative Care

Date: Tuesday, 13th April 2021
Conducted by: Psychology Department
Resource Person: Dr. Pragya Singh (Senior Projects Manager) at Dharamshila Cancer Foundation and Research Centre
Attended By: Teachers and Staff of Junior & Senior Wing

The Psychology Department of CSN, under their ‘We Care’ Program, organised a session with Dr. Pragya Singh (Senior Projects Manager) at Dharamshila Cancer Foundation and Research Centre on ‘Cancer Prevention and Palliative Care’ which was attended by teachers and staff of Junior & Senior Wing. The session was helpful in understanding the prevalence of Cancer in India and the various signs and symptoms on how the disease presents itself. Information was shared on the various stages and strategies for cancer prevention as well. Dr. Singh also introduced Palliative Care which is a more feasible option to cancer care and ended the session by answering important questions raised by the participants. The session was extremely informative and presented in a comprehensive and concise manner.

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