For the last couple of years, the educational realm is changing faster than ever keeping pace with the upgrading technologies, study curriculum as well as socio-economic needs and changes. This change is rather inevitable while educators are in need of altering and advancing their viewpoints, teaching method and approach for effective student management and in making them perform.
Aside from spending hours in their classroom and practical sessions, now educators require spending sufficient times for preparation of class lecture notes, paper works, curriculum planning and for student evaluations. Here comes to utmost necessity of training aimed at professional development for educators that boost their time management skill and help them stay up-to-date, organized, and performing for their students.
The study reports show that students of 21st century expect their teachers as subject experts, whatever can be the subject that they teach. Technological revolution has changed the outlook of students from the school level to the highest standard notably, which requires mastery and expertise among teachers to clear all relevant queries come to them from the students’ desk. The training courses thus make educators insightful just not in their academics but also in planning, evaluating, and leading students in the right path.
Professional development for educators workshop offers wonderful tools and techniques through well-structured development curriculum enabling them to think ‘out-of-the box’ and perform in a more creative and collaborative way with unique leadership and self-confidence. Among the different experimental tools deployed in the session, a few include.
Get Beyond Fear of Creativity
Educators are taught great techniques of storytelling and writing workshops employing which help students to come out of their common fear to express themselves in the classroom.
Preparation of chart or mapping of the project work makes it easy-to-understand for not only students but also enables educators to navigate through the chapter of discussion systematically, which is vital for learning.
The way we observe and understand things is more vital than what we view. In other words, it is a disparity of ‘learning’ and ‘reading’ whilst learning is more vital. In the same way, professors and teachers are taught the techniques of altering perceptions by means of cut-out-shapes, cameras, telescopes, or microscopes. Professionals are also trained in broadening their outlooks through practices of memoir writing, understanding inter-generational changes, personal interviews and more.
In addition to the above, educators are taught the immense techniques to encourage students, on significance of self-nurturing, time management and so on.
Cost for participating in the workshop is tax exempted
Approved curriculum by Universities in America
Enables to earn 3 credit points