Dimapur, September 16: The National Achievement Survey 2017 which was administered across the country revealed lower achievement in Science in the schools of Nagaland. The NCERT as such developed interventions to achieve quality learning in Science in the ST dominated districts of Nagaland.
Accordingly, a five day capacity building programme starting from September 16 to 20 is currently underway at the NBSE conference hall, Kohima for secondary science teachers of selected schools. The programme is being organized by the NCERT in collaboration with NBSE.
The 5 days programme aims to equip science teachers on teaching of science, content analysis, planning and designing activities, developing teaching learning materials and assessment.
In the inaugural session on September 16, Menukhol John, Principal Secretary, School Education & SCERT, Government of Nagaland exhorted the science teachers to extract the most from the training. He urged the teachers to be sincere and creative in their works. He asked them to carry back the experiences gained and share it with their fellow colleagues.
A four member faculty team from the NCERT, New Delhi comprising of Dr KV Sridevi, Dr Kalpana Maski, Dr RK Sharma and Prof. Sharad Sinha will be the resource persons for the capacity building programme.
(Page News Service)