A four-day school improvement programme (FDPs) was launched on the Andhra Loyola Diploma School in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh on Monday, December 19.
In keeping with a report by TNIE, the programme is being organised by the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Larger Training (APSCHE) in affiliation with the Commonwealth Instructional Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) and can run as much as December 22. It’s based mostly on the theme twenty first Century Expertise and Educating Methodologies.
Talking on the event, Educational Officer Dr BS Selina mentioned that the APSCHE had entered into this mission with the Commonwealth Instructional Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) for conducting a sequence of FDPs for imparting high quality schooling. The principal of Andhra Loyola School, Dr Kishore, additionally weighed in along with his views on the function of lecturers in shaping the minds of scholars for his or her all-round improvement, reported TNIE.
The programme was formally inaugurated by APSCHE Chairman Prof Okay Hema Chandra Reddy, who was additionally the chief visitor on the occasion. He elaborated on the aim of FDPs in upskilling lecturers in assembly the wants of future generations. He added, “APSCHE has launched a sequence of reforms by way of curriculum, internships and neighborhood improvement programmes,” and urged the members to study new methodologies and implement them again of their establishments.
Company Grasp Coach and Facilitator of Commonwealth Instructional Media Centre for Asia Dr S Dinakar Reddy acted because the useful resource individual for the FDP and expressed his ideas on the significance of studying to unlearn, upskilling and reskilling our abilities to satisfy the altering wants because the instructor. Educational marketing consultant of APSCHE Dr B Yella Reddy and others have been additionally current, reported TNIE.