Jodo Gyan Workshop
The workshop was organised for teachers of classes Nursery-II and Mathematics teachers teaching classes II-VII by Jodo Gyan, which is an NGO that works towards developing new ideas and innovative material to teach Mathematics mainly at pre-primary and primary level. The resource person introduced different kits and tools such as Ganit Mala (100,200 and 1000 beads), Rangometry (different shapes in different colours), Fractions Kit, Number Sticks, Maan Cards (Place Value) etc., that can be linked to the topic and used while teaching Mathematics.
Mega Conference on Sports and its Application
Sports teachers, Mr. Bitto Saini, Mr. Arun Yadav, Mr. Arjun , Mr. Krishan Thukral attended the conference on Sports and its Application by Sh. Vijay Goelrn(Hon'ble Minister of State, youth Affairs & Sports Govt. Of India).
Workshop on Flipped Classroom
A Workshop on Flipped Classroom was conducted by Goenkan teachers, Ms. Davneet, Ms. Geetika Nandwani and Ms. Sanchi Singhal for the teachers of Classes III-X. The session aimed at providing the teachers with alternate strategies to make learning in classrooms effective & interesting.
Workshop on Flipped Classroom
A Workshop on Integrated Approach, Children with Special Needs and Flipped Classroom was conducted by Goenkan teachers, Ms. Romina Michael and Ms. Sonali Bhatia for the teachers of Classes Nur-II. The experience was shared amongst the teachers and the concept of Flipped Classroom was introduced. Various links were shared as well as worksheets and activities were shown which helped in understanding the concept. Also, many strategies were shared regarding Children with Special Needs and how to deal with them in inclusive education.
Workshop on Flipped Classroom at GDGPS, Vasant Kunj
Two teachers from Pre-Primary and three teachers from III-X English Department attended a three day workshop on Flipped Classroom, English Language Training and Mapping Learning Objectives at GDGPS, Vasant Kunj. The session on first day was addressed by M. Gayatri, who enriched the participants with various techniques of teaching English language using a lot of activities. Session on the second day was addressed by Mr. Udai and Mr. Rajat from CRISP organisation, introducing the concept of Flipped classrooms to make the teaching effective and innovative. The session on the concluding day was taken by Ms. Kalpana on Mapping Learning Objectives, where she majorly focussed on Bloom's Taxonomy.
Workshop on Self Management
A workshop on Self Management was conducted by Ms. Sonia from 'The Changes'. The workshop aimed to enlighten the teachers about the ways of managing the activities according to time and setting up SMART goals by using 3Ps - Plan, Prioritize and Prepare. The resource person used different interactive activities to make us understand the need of self management.
Workshop on Challenges of Teaching in a Multi-Ability Context
A workshop on identifying gifted students and enrichment was conducted for the teachers of classes III-VIII by one of the renowned professors of CIE, Dr. Vandana Saxena. The professor highlighted the following issues: Catering to the needs of gifted children-Identification, Proposing the planning of curriculum of the gifted children, Role of counsellor in handling a gifted student and role of the school management for the same. The workshop concluded on a very interactive note, wherein the teachers discussed the various students (gifted) they have come across and dealt with.
Workshop on School Cinema
A workshop on 'School Cinema' was organised for the teachers of classes Nur-VIII by the resource person, Mr. Ankit Vaish from School Cinema. He briefed the teachers about the use of 'School Cinema teachers' Manual. A movie " Aaiyya Paaji' was shown to the teachers and discussion on the same was followed. The session made the teachers introspect and understand the reason for showing short movies under the head of school cinema to the students.
Story Telling Workshop
A Story Telling Workshop was conducted for teachers of classes Nur-II. The resource person Ms. Sunita Sachdeva explained the importance of story telling to young children. She also described the different kinds of props that can be used while telling a story. She made the teachers do a rhyme activity wherein they had to make a rhyme on the spot with the help of six rhyming words.
A Theatre Workshop was conducted for teachers of classes Nur-II by the resource person Ms. Sunita Sachdeva. The session started with the introduction of theatre-an action based activity which is full of expression, movement and creativity. Unlike drama, it is more of a life skill needed for day to day classroom teaching. For primary level training, theatre is beneficial in order to unleash the hidden possibilities and expression from introvert students.