April 24, 2017


The Need to Train Teachers:

Due to the large number of schools that have come up, teachers are in high demand, thus making attrition a common problem. However, most teachers are individuals who have just done their B.Ed. and have started teaching without experience. These teachers teach the students with old methodologies, which is rote learning style, with no emphasis on the creativity of the students.  They need to be equipped with new methodologies which have developed over years of research. A combination of subject knowledge, good communication skills to deliver the knowledge and student understanding makes an effective teacher. An effective teacher is one that encourages children to think and makes learning fun. An effective teacher also is one who understands children and is an inspiration and support to the students.

Our expert training helps evolve the teachers to individuals who the students thank and remember for the rest of their lifetime! A direct correlation can be seen between trained principals, teachers and the quality of students that they produce.

Our training, empowers teachers to effectively use new teaching methodologies and develop their delivery skills. They are taught to enhance their summative and formative assessment techniques.

All these skills are further developed through a number of mock practice sessions.

The teachers are first analyzed for their experience, background, quality and competency. According to this analysis, our training is customized so as to be most effective and useful. The solutions provided are based on real time situations and practicality.

Types of Training

  • Pedagogy Training
  • Personality Development Training (for staff and students)
  • Communication Skills Training
  • Leadership Training

We Organise and Conduct Seminars and Workshops on:

Pedagogical and Professional Skills

  • Accelerated Learning
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Develop Critical Thinking
  • Creative Thinking Skills
  • Instructional Skills
  • Knowledge Organizers
  • Learning Strategies
  • Understanding Learning Styles
  • Effective Lesson Planning and Preparation
  • Integrated Curriculum Planning
  • Teacher vs. Facilitator
  • Understanding Child Development
  • The Art of Questioning (including Bloom's Taxonomy)
  • Inquiry Based Learning
  • Action Research
  • Correction Policy
  • Problem Based Learning
  • Developing Question Papers
  • Childhood Disabilities
  • Childhood Development Disorders
  • Educating CWSN (Children with Special Needs)

Classroom Management 

  • Motivating Students
  • Managing Behavior
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Chalk Board  Usage
  • How to Make Classroom Interactive
  • Managing Environment
  • Life Skills
  • Value Based Learning/ Value Education

Managing Environment

  • Interactive Bulletin Boards
  • Instructional Aids
  • Collaborative Learning

Personal Effectiveness

  • Highly Effective Teachers
  • Effective Communication
  • Looking Within
  • Self-reflection/ Self Care
  • Anger Management
  • Peer Collaboration
  • Personality Development
  • Presentation Skills
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Principal/ School Head Training
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Activity Room for Pre-Primary
  • Group Learning
  • Self Esteem
  • Negotiating Skills
  • Developmental Stages of Child
  • Developing Smart Study Skills
  • Education Psychology
  • Assertion Skills
  • Leadership
  • Supervising/Managerial Skills
  • Conflict Management
  • Mentoring
  • Team Building
  • Behavioral Interviewing
  • Communication and Language Skills-Phase I
  • Communication and Language Skills-Phase II

School Processes

  • Action Plan and Evacuation Procedure
  • Admission Counselling
  • Building Quality in School
  • Parent Teacher Meeting Management
  • Disaster Management
  • Housekeeping Training
  • Parent Orientation (Magic of Motivation)
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