Thursday, December 8, 2022

Block level teachers training underway in Kohima


A two-day block level teachers training on use of Teachers Learning Materials (TLM) for Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) and Fundamental Literacy & Numeracy (FLN) for Educational Block Resource Centre (EBRC) Lhisemia Khel Block Kohima commenced at Morung Hall, directorate of School Education, here, on Monday.
A total of 140 teachers from 35 primary schools under EBRC L Khel Kohima are attending the training conducted under Samagra Shiksha Nagaland which will conclude on Tuesday.
Addressing the trainees, joint secretary and deputy project director, NECTAR, Avelu Ruho said teachers were nation builders because every citizen comes through a classroom and teachers play a major role in moulding them.
She added that teachers were the hero to every child and therefore like parents they should always give their best to impart the best quality education to the students of their school because every parent wants their children to attain the best education.
“We must respect the desire and aspirations of parents of children enrolled in government schools who are unable to afford sending their wards to private schools”, she stated.
Avelu also said that although there were shortcomings in several government schools, activities were being carried out to make government schools better.
She added that although it may not change overnight, the process had been set into motion.
In this regard, she stated that NECTAR was one such project towards augmenting government schools in the State.
She urged upon the teachers to focus on positivity, to bring required change(s) in quality education.
Ruho hoped that such training would help improve the use of TLM and help teachers to make classroom teaching more interesting and enticing for children so as to bring about qualitative change in the education system.
Further, she challenged the government teachers to make efforts in bringing transformation in government schools.
EBRC L Khel Block coordinator and NECTAR project coordinator, Visato Koso said Nagaland would be implementing the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2022 from the next academic session and therefore the training was being conducted throughout the state.

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