ANPSA Kohima workshop for teachers

ANPSA Kohima workshop for teachers
Correspondent KOHIMA, FEB 9 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/9/2019 12:15:32 PM IST

The All Nagaland Private Schools’ Association (ANPSA) Kohima unit organized a workshop for primary teachers with joint director SCERT, NC Kikon as special guest, at Eastgate Hotel in Kohima on Saturday.

Kikon in her address said the primary section was the most important stage in education. She said teachers play a vital role in shaping students the right way. She reminded the gathering that establishing a strong foundation in education depends on teachers. Kikon advised teachers to acquire knowledge beyond textbooks or else the students would outsmart them eventually. She also encouraged teachers to learn from experiences with their past pupils and apply that knowledge for the good of their present students.

Principal of Union Chapel School Kolkata, and consultant of Harper Collins India, Angela Ghosh, in her address as one of the resource persons on the topic “Pedagogical shift in the context of primary school teaching and ethics of a teacher”, said teachers deal with the seed of human education. She said teachers were the “gardeners”. Encouraging the utilization of knowledge in practical life, Ghosh reminded the gathering that students must able to apply what they learn in the classroom in their practical lives.

She also opined that teachers are role models for students and they should  be able to answer queries students may put forward. She encouraged teachers to make learning fun, strive to discover the gift in every child and learn to appreciate them. She also explained various techniques to hold student attention and make the classroom an interesting place.

In the second session, head teacher of Jo Foundation Kohima, Naomi Ltu, as a resource person, spoke on the topic “Teaching children with special needs.”

The program was chaired by ANPSA Kohima information secretary, Kaikhu Achumi; the invocation prayer was offered by VP, Kenie-u K Metha. President, P.J. Nathan delivered a welcome address and a vote of thanks was proposed by assistant GS, Hommiza Mimi Raman. The workshop was attended by more than a hundred primary teachers from Kohima district. 


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