Ms. Ritika and Ms. Shilpi attended An engaging and interactive workshop conducted by a renowned teacher, trainer and an accomplished author, Ms. Anita Bahadur for the teachers of English language at Hotel Radisson Blu , Noida on the ‘Art of Teaching English’. Ms. Bahadur emphasized on the dynamic role of language teachers in the 21st Century. She said, “The teacher is not merely a guide but a facilitator as well as a mentor too. The language teachers must be adequately laced with 21st Century competencies and innovative language teaching strategies catering to different learning styles of the learners for an everlasting impact on the young and impressionable minds.” She further conducted a few involving activities which created an atmosphere of “Learning By Doing”. Topics of Grammar, right from figures of speech, synonyms, verbs, collocations, phonetics, etc. to skills of skimming and scanning in Literature were undertaken by the spokesperson. The session was extremely fruitful as the educators went back equipped and enriched with ideas of new innovative teaching strategies, activities and tasks.
Ms. Shilpi and Ms. Ritika Kakkar attended A unique and captivating session on various kinds of poems that was organised at Ramagya School on November 3rd, 2018. The spokesperson was well equipped with tones of subject knowledge and many totally engaging activities. She very well put forward the different types of poems such as I’m poem, Clerihew, Bio, 5 W’s, Magnetic Words, Recycled, Diamante, Rhyming, Adjectives, Adverbs, Cinquain, Shape, Emotion, Catalogue or List, Haiku, Boring Poem, etc. Minute details related to the composition of these poems were thoroughly discussed, explained and practiced. All in all it proved to be a hands-on learning experience
Ms. Anupama and Ms. Rupali attended a workshop on Multiple Intelligence. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Avneet Kaur, a clinical psychologist and career counselor. The workshop empowered educators to help individual learners comprehend, examine, and respond to different types of content. The teachers were also articulated about the importance of assessing the multiple intelligence in all the students in the classroom through simple observation, school records and interaction with parents.
Ms. Pooja Khanna and Ms. Rupali attended the workshop on Conflict Management - reduce arguments and find easier solution conducted by Oxford University Press India on 20th December,2018 at Pragyan School, Greater Noida. The speaker was Dr. Jesudoss Jeyapaul( Clinical psychologist from Chennai). He explained about Liaisoning leadership. Further he explained about different types and traits of leadership. For conflict management- he explained about 4 A’s – attitude, acknowledge, apology and action. Effectiveness and importance of collaboration and communication was explained further. After an informative lecture, book launch of Oxford advantage little champs was conducted by Oxford. The book has been introduced for pre primary. It was a very informative workshop.
Mrs. Sonia Myrtle Gerald and Ms. Rajni Negi attended the librarian meet at India International Centre, Lodhi Estate, 40 Max Mueller Marg. The workshop was organised by Penguin Random House India. The talk was conducted by Mrs. Madh Bhargava who explained the upkeep and maintenance of library. She elucidated that the duty of the librarian is to maintain the books and keep updating the library with new books. The ratio of books per student should be appropriate.
To keep its teachers upbeat, ‘The Manthan School ‘ organizes seminars every now and then to deal with pertinent topics. This time the need of the hour was to get acquainted with the concept of ‘Multiple Intelligences’ by Dr. Howard Gardner. An elaborate workshop was conducted by Ms. Nishima Arya Hans, wherein the different learning patterns of the children were pondered over in detail. The session was not only a food for thought but also very informative and enlightening. It was then concluded with a hope of devising and adopting better teaching strategies in near future by the team.
In Keeping up with the tradition of The Manthan School, to update and educate its teachers, a workshop was held on “Understanding Child Psychology” by the special educator Ms. RiyaBabbar. It was an interactive workshop in which a presentation was shown which highlighted the concept of uniqueness in each and every child. The workshop was received well by all present. Teachers along with the management of the school attendedthe workshop aimed at sensitizing them towards accepting and appreciatingthe differences in children.
Three days workshop was conducted in The Manthan School for teachers with an aim to focus on 'learning by doing' and 'integrating' the various concepts of numeracy, literacy, scientific temper, creativity and enjoyment in day-to-day teaching-learning process.The workshop emphasized on teacher’s role as a facilitator and a guide to provide productive inputs and help children know how to learn for themselves. --