Sunday, October 2, 2022

Training for master trainers on Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), Foundational Literacy & Numeracy (FLN)

Participants along with speakers and other representatives at the training programme.

Samagra Shiksha Nagaland (SSN) in collaboration with SCERT Nagaland organised a three-day training programme for master trainers on Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) and Foundational Literacy & Numeracy (FLN), which got underway on February 23, at SIEMAT hall, SCERT, Nagaland and culminated on Friday.
A press release from Samagra Shiksha Nagaland informed that while addressing the inaugural function, additional director School Education, Razouseyi Vese reminded the participants that learning was a continuous process for everyone and urged upon the master trainers on ECCE and FLN to continue to update themselves on various themes to impart training to the teachers.
He also stated that complacency could hamper one’s progress in academic profession and asked them to be a model for teachers in the state.
Razouseyi reminded the participants that they would be required to train younger generation who were smart and updated with many new things and asked the master trainers to be well prepared.
He lamented poor indication of government schools in various reports in spite of having some of the most competent and qualified teachers.
In this regard, he challenged the participants to introspect on why the government schools are not faring well.
He also stressed on the need to focus on four core skills in the education sector which were skill of reading, skill of writing, skill of listening and skill of speaking.
Meanwhile, deputy mission director, Samagra Shiksha Nagaland, Kelhikha Kenye who chaired the introductory session gave a brief background of the purpose of conducting the training programme.
He informed the participants that they would be required to conduct training for teachers as resource persons on ECCE and FLN.
The participants comprised of trainers of teachers from EBRCs, Anganwadi trainers from the department of Social and Welfare, faculty from SCERT & DIET and Samagra Shiksha.