Monday, October 2, 2023

School leadership programme held in Kohima

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) organised a school leadership programme at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Kohima on April 26.
According to a DIPR report, the programme was designed to improve learning and teaching practices at schools and empower principals and headmasters to implement key recommendations of the New Educational Policy.
In the first session, resource person, senior product specialist, Orient Black Swan, Ramalakshmi Das spoke on “Creating a mission and vision for the school headed by the school leader”.
She stressed on the importance of having a vision and mission statement for the school. The principals were trained on creating a mission statement and vision and providing feedback to teachers on instructional practices.
In the second session, she spoke on “Building a cohort of focused educators to execute the plan” where Das said that it was important for school leaders to team up with other educators.
The programme discussed role of school leader in improving instructional practices for students and addressing the needs of students with learning styles to attain maximum learning benefits for each student.
In the inaugural programme, a short talk was given by special guest, advisor, Education and Skills Practice, KPMG India, Dr. Neena Jha, who informed that there were five stakeholders involved in the transformation process—student, teacher, parents, administrators and community through three scenarios—learn, help learn and manage learn.
The programme was chaired by NBSE secretary Rangumbuing Nsarangbe. NBSE chairman Asano Sekhose gave the welcome address while invocation was said by principal of Pilgrim Higher Secondary, Dimapur Kaini Kikon.
Meanwhile, on April 27, an orientation programme was also held with principals of higher secondary schools under Kohima district on the topic “School Mentorship”.
Altogether, 275 participants attended the programme.


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