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(Formerly Manav Rachna College of Engineering,
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Events & Activities

Teaching the Teachers

Nov 29, 2016 | latest news

Faculty of Education, Manav Rachna University, is organizing a Workshop for Science Teachers – Teaching Classes, 5 – 10 on the Topic – ‘Art of Teaching Science’

‘Teaching the Teachers’ is the aim of the Workshop being held at Manav Rachna campushere today. And this time round, the focus is on Science teachers in particular. Faculty of Education, Manav Rachna University is organizing the Workshop for Science Teachers – Teaching Classes, 5 – 10 on the Topic – ‘Art of Teaching Science’ as part of theInservice Training Programme for Teachers. Around 43 Teachers from various Schools such as Sprigdales School, Dhaula Kuan; G.D. Goenka, Gurgaon; Ramjas School, Pusa Road; Ahlcon School, Mayour Vihar; Lotus Valley School, Noida; Gyan Mandir, Naraina; DAV Public School, ShresthVihar; among others are participating in the Workshop.

The Department of Education at MRU has been identifying the needs of veterans and novice teachers, special educators, curriculum planners, school leaders and the like to simplify the herculean task of ‘training the trainers’. Since Inservice Teacher Education cannot be an event, rather it is a process, the Department of Education has been conducting various workshops by a team of highly qualified and dedicated teacher educators on areas pertaining to various Subjects, Generic aspects and Capacity Building.

The present Workshop devoted towards Science Teachers has been curated by  Faculty of Education, Manav Rachna University and Team. In the current session, Science Teachers are being given a whole new perspective on the teaching-learning process to keep themselves updated with the latest trends in teaching and the educational system. Workshop is meant to tell Teachers how to get their class involved. The Workshop is in line with the Continuous Professional Development initiative and it is an important requisite for every teacher since education is dynamic

He,who dares to teach, must never cease to learn

Nov 10, 2016 | latest news

img-20161024-wa0007-300x169Department of Education, Manav Rachna University organized a 2 Day Seminar for the prospective teachers of MRCEd on the theme, ‘He, who dares to teach, must never cease to learn’. The sessions were designed to orient the students about what all it takes to be an effective teacher–Innovative pedagogies, role of lesson planning in teaching, criteria for selecting a teaching-aid, classroom-management, CBSE norms about evaluation, role of reflection in self-evaluation and how a teacher is a life-long learner. During the interactive session, students were asked to share their learning from the session as a metaphor to ‘I will overcome…………………’ and ‘I will ensure…………….’, their answers were the reward for Team-Education led by Faculty of Education, MRU.

Workshop on ‘watching over the fence: Counselor-Teacher partnership in day-to-day schooling’

Nov 8, 2016 | latest news

img-20161104-wa0025-300x169Faculty of Education organised a workshop for the counselors and special educators of MRIS, titled ‘Watching over the fence: Counselor-Teacher partnership in day-to-day schooling’. The theme of the workshop was to involve the teachers in day to day counseling in schools in order to cater to the counseling needs of every student. The workshop was attended by 16 counselors from the Manav Rachna International School. The workshop started with an introduction by  Faculty of Education, MRU. Subsequently, the participants were engaged in a discussion where in they explored the larger purpose behind being a school counselor and the restricting factors that stop them from reaching out to every student in the school. The discussion led to the theme of the workshop in which they identified the need to collaborate with the teachers to ensure school wide counseling intervention. During the last session benefits of specific tools like multiple intelligence survey, placing a dropbox, constructing a class profile etc. were discussed. Later, the participants were provided with the same in the form of handouts to be used in schools by the students, teachers and counselors. The objective behind developing and distributing these tools was to ensure a uniform and grass root level counseling intervention across all Manav Rachna schools.

During the wrap up session anecdotal sharing took place that opened up opportunities for the participants to think more creatively and seek out-of-the-box solutions. The participants expressed their eagerness to apply the new approach in their respective schools in order to ascertain positive mental health of all the students. The analysis of feedback forms filled by them revealed the need for more similar workshops to be held in order to refine their counseling skills.

Workshop on Classroom Management: Concerns and Challenges

Nov 8, 2016 | latest news

20161103_150931-1-300x169-300x169In the series of ‘Capacity Building Programs’ designed by Department of Education, Manav Rachna University, an interactive workshop based on ‘Classroom Management: Concerns and challenges’ for Technoplanet teachers of Manav Rachna International School was organized. About 20 enthusiastic engineers from MRIS-14, Faridabad; MRIS- 21C, Faridabad; MRIS-Charmwood, MRIS-Gurgaon and MRIS-51, Noida associated with Technoplanet Labs participated in the workshop. Technoplanet is a unique skill based concept pioneered by Manav Rachna International School. Faculty of Education, inaugurated the session by a keynote address on policy perspectives of Classroom Management and attributes of an effective classroom. Dr Babita Parashar, Head, Department of Education shared with the participants– how discipline and classroom management are different and how novice teachers can ensure success of the learner as well as the teacher. Through a video based case study, participants were involved to share their insights and challenges of classroom management. Participants found the workshop to be an enriching experience and expressed keen interest to participate in the follow up sessions of the series.

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