Kohima, April 29: Nearly 200 primary and upper primary government school teachers are undergoing four-day in service teachers training on learning outcomes conducted by Educational Block Research Centre (EBRC) L Khel Kohima village at Ura Academy Hall here.
Addressing the gathering at the inaugural session Monday morning, EBRC L Khel coordinator Visato Koso pointed out that the basic focus of learning centred education seems to be missing in Government schools because of which the students have not been able to perform well.
In this, he said the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and the Department of School Education Nagaland is focusing on learning centred education for children so that the basic interest of teachers towards imparting quality education and that of students to catch up with the education system can be developed from the primary level.
He said the four-day training has been divided into two days each for Primary and Upper Primary teachers, wherein topics such as early childhood career, teachers in relation to society and nation, parents, professionalism and their role as management and administration would be covered.
Developing positive relationship between students and teachers is a must to enhance the learning capacity of students, he said while calling upon the primary and upper primary teachers to play their role of bringing about change in the class room teaching.
Additional District Coordinator for DMA SSA Kohima, Thongsenlo said study has revealed that government high schools students find it difficult to solve matters related to even lower classes. He therefore said that the main focus of leaning outcome is to improve the overall education system in the State.
During the training, resources persons Ketouneinuo Mepfhü-o, Kikruneinuo Liezietsu and Mimi Yhoshü will dwell on the topic general introduction on Learning Outcomes, psychology, learning outcome in – early childhood, English, diksha, science and social science besides professional ethics.
The training will conclude on May 2 evening.
(Page News Service)