Working with our Teachers

Faculty Development Programmes 2021

Resource person: Mrs. Gowri Mirlay Achanta.
Protocol while dealing with parents.

The interactive session began with a role play, displaying the various concerns and challenges faced by teachers while talking/interacting with parents. The Do’s and Don’ts for both parents and teachers were highlighted.
Maintaining a professional approach with parents was emphasized. Mrs. Achanta shared her experiences, being both a teacher and a parent of the school. Teachers were given many positive insights into the best ways to deal with parents.
Resource person: Mrs. Shanida Naser
The session began with a reflection on a poem. The speaker highlighted various interpersonal skills required by teachers. She spoke about the behavioural tactics that a teacher needs in order to interact effectively in a work environment. She emphasized the importance of an employee’s ability to co-exist with colleagues. Emphasis was on the fact that interpersonal skills ranged from communication and listening to attitude and deportment. The talk focused on the areas of maintaining boundaries and having clarity in communication. The main highlights were self- awareness and awareness of others and to be present in the moment to function effectively, thereby bringing a positive outcome in conflict management and resolution skills.
Resource persons: Mrs. Priya Rao, Mrs. Rajani Motha
Identifying Learning Difficulties, Classroom Management Strategies.
The session was a sequel to the webinar held online by Mrs. Padma. It began with the narration of a story The Invisible Boy - a gentle story that teaches how small acts of kindness can help children feel included and allow them to flourish. It spoke about exploring a child’s sense of belongingness, showing how one person can make a difference.
The idea that a teacher wears many hats was discussed: mentor, manager, administrator and an educator. He/she is in a position to make a difference in every child’s life. An activity was conducted to make teachers understand and identify the challenges faced by a child.
The speaker encouraged effective interactive teaching strategies to motivate overall development in the classroom via a group activity (think, pair and share). Teachers were given a case study and were asked to come up with possible solutions to help that child in need.
Resource persons: Mrs. Chitra Ramarajan and Mrs. Meera Vikram Innovative and Creative Teaching Techniques The biggest challenge a teacher faces is capturing the student’s attention, and putting across ideas in such a way that it stays with them long after they have left the classroom. This challenge was the main key point which was addressed by the experts from Banjara Academy through stories and activities. The use of innovative methods in educational institutions has the potential not only to improve education, but also to empower people, strengthen governance and galvanize the effort to achieve human developmental goals. Teachers were encouraged to be inventive and creative while they continue to discover and devise new methods and content to ensure that students always get the best learning experiences.



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