Transforming into a facilitator of active learning

Preliminary Level Course
  1. Schools
  2. Also open to individual teachers
  1. For new teachers
  2. Experienced teachers who want to learn strategies to become effective facilitators of active learning

Well-researched preliminary teacher training certificate courses with the on-going support of an experienced faculty.
Course will include online, face to face sessions and offline assignments and reading.

We support you across 3 months of online learning, with a maximum of about 27 hours (or 4 hours a week) of synchronous sessions and 2 hours a week of asynchronous time.

The program helps teachers understand important aspects of planning, delivery, assessment, classroom culture, socio-emotional skills etc- to make learners involved and interested in the process of learning.

It enables teachers to become effective 21st century facilitators.

  • Experts in Learner-Centric Pedagogy and Socio-Emotional learning as now articulated in the NEP.
  • Team of dedicated faculty with more than 10 decades of collective experience in teaching, training and coaching.
  • CIDTT certified Faculty (Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers)
  • Worked with top quality CISCE, CBSE, IB and CIE schools in India and overseas
  • Committed to empowering educational institutions and educators be agents of social change

Course Curriculum

Facilitating an enabling the learning environment

Building a strong classroom culture is a process. It is also the foundation for strong teaching learning practices within the classroom. This topic thus, delves into breaking down the components of culture within the classroom and helping teachers with practices that create an open, safe, nurturing and enabling classroom environment, where children feel motivated, energetic and ready to learn with one another.

Planning for a learner-centric classroom

An important step in growing as a facilitator of active learning is understanding learner needs and planning lessons to meet those needs. This module will introduce teachers to multiple learning styles and theories, which will help them understand their students better, and to Bloom’s Taxonomy, which will help them create strong objectives for their lessons. This is surely a go-to course for anyone who wants to start learner centric planning in their class.

Module 3A

Graphic Organizers For “learning to learn”.

Visual display of teaching and learning process is vital to increase student engagement and  concentration. This module  aims to highlight the importance of Graphic Organisers in the teaching-learning process as well as facilitative cognitive processes for students. It will give teachers a hands-on experience of creating and curating simple yet multi functional Graphic Organisers.

Module 3B

Literacy Across Curriculum

The Module aims at introducing teachers to the concept of Literacy across curriculum. This module will give teachers a hands-on experience of applying various reading and writing strategies which can be used across many different subject areas across grade levels. It will help them design and conduct engaging lessons by incorporating the strategies shared.

Module 4A

Questions for an Inquiring Mind

Children are curious beings. Asking open ended questions will help them stay curious, dive deeper into their thoughts, and over time, articulate them better. This course will help teachers to make that switch from telling children all the information to asking them a variety of questions including open-ended, probing, reflective questions that encourage independent thought and critical thinking.

Module 4B

Assessment ‘as’, ‘for’ and ‘of’ Learning

NEP 2020 talks about creating assessments ‘as’, ‘for’ and ‘of’ learning, which is better understood as reflective, formative and summative assessments. What does this mean? How to create these assessments? This course helps the educator delve into all this.

Module 5

Fostering Socio-Emotional Learning

Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL) is the need of the hour and is a global movement in the field of education. It involves building competencies of self-awareness, self-management, building relationships and social awareness. This topic explores the ‘what’, ‘why’ and’ how’ of SEL and helps teachers foster SEL in their students.

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