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CAN Youth organises webinar for teachers

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/31/2020 12:59:16 PM IST

CAN Youth held its first webinar for teachers under its SPATIAL Project on August 28, with three panellists asst. professor, Anthropology, Gauhatti University, Dr. Humi Thaosen, advisor and project manager, Child Aid Network Germany, Jonas G Pfaeffinger and SDB executive director, AIDA, Dimapur, Rev Fr. Roy George.

A press release by coordinator, SPATIAL Project, CAN Youth, Lairing Dau Jigdung, stated that Dr. Humi Thaosen, spoke on the topic “Process of continuous learning to overcome depression”, where she added depression would be a very heavy word that would lead to stress and anxiety which was more relevant and common in this present context. 

Father Roy George spoke on the topic “Engaging students in home- based learning.” A power point presentation on how one can engage in self directed video was presented, while he also urged to encourage to self reflect on their progress on the topic. 

Jonas G Pfaeffinger, spoke on the topic “Challenges and way forward on quality education and child rights at COVID-19 pandemic”. According to Jonas focusing on how to actually reach out to students who were not using smart phones and make sure students who have access to the internet should be provided with high quality technique. He maintained that because of the pandemic, education was highly affected and might rise in high dropouts. 

Webinar was moderated by coordinator, SPATIAL Project Lairing Dau Jigdung, while chief functionary, Can Youth, Jenpu Rongmei, delivered the opening remark. 

 

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