“Strengthening Self Development processes among student teachers of B.El.Ed program” – A Reflection on Pravah’s journey with B.El.Ed students

In the month of May 20th, 2011 Teacher Training Intervention organized a consultation. Faculty members from various DU B.El.Ed colleges were invited. Out of 8 B.EL.Ed colleges, faculty members from 4 colleges participated. The consultation focused on how we can strengthen and evaluate the current Self Development processes in the B.El.Ed curriculum. The faculty members identified the need for themselves to go through similar self development processes and suggested that Teacher Training Intervention of Pravah could host a platform where students and teachers can come together and through the method of Appreciative Inquiry design a process which will  strengthen the Self Development processes and also suggest possible ways of evaluating these processes. Suggested date for this event: 1st or 2nd September 2011.

Faculty Members present- Monica Gupta(Gargi College), Megha Dhillon(LSR), Priyanka Padhy(JMC), Shalini andRavneet Kaur(Mata Sundari).

Pravah members present – Ishani Sen and Srinjoy Ghosh.

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  1. Strengthening and evaluating the current / ongoing processes of Self-Development in the context of B.El. Ed. ought to enlighten teachers , especially who have deep aspirations to learn :- about the Innovative / Creativity factors applied in the daily schedules of teaching / interacting with students, besides/ and including the Resources being used for communication skills ?
    This includes :– Language/ linguistics/ mother tongue / and the technical IT .:-software applied in teaching curriculum ?

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