A day long INSPIRE programme was conducted at Wisdom Public School, Thiruchendur, on 22nd July 2016. The workshop focused on effective teaching methodologies and CCE implementation. Apart from making the teachers realize their value in the society, the programme sensitized the teachers on preserving the environment for the next generation.
Most of the participants were young and enthusiastic. The teachers were highly motivated and the level of their participation was amazing. It is this kind of motivated teachers who give us the hope that creating a new breed of inspiring teachers is very much possible. The programme was rated with 4.87 points on a five point scale, the highest of all the InspireTeacher programmes so far.
Some of the feedback from the participants:
“ Really a very useful session. Today I realized my level in my profession. The session on Environment was inspiring”- Ms. Hyrunnisha
“Very useful and interesting. Helps improve our self confidence” – Ms.M.Uma
“In future, I want to become an inspiring teacher” –Ms.Farzana.
One day INSPIRE programme was conducted at Ramya Sathianathan CBSE School situated near Thanjavur, on 7th July 2016 to train the teachers on methodologies that would help them become inspiring teachers. The programme also sensitized the teachers on their responsibility towards students and their role in society building. About 30 teachers participated in the programme, which consisted of lecture sessions as well as many group activities.
Many of the participants were young and had less than 5 years of teaching experience. They found the programme to be of great value in building their career. They felt the need for many such programmes in the future to shape up their career.
“The programme was very good. I feel, there is better future for me and for my students.”- Mr.Ganesan, Teacher.
“The best I can say is that the trainer inspired us to become inspiring teachers” – Mrs.Manimegalai, Teacher.
“ Each and every point which was delivered by the trainer is very precious” –Mr.M.Ajay, Teacher.
The participants rated the programme with 4.7 points on a 5 point scale for its effectiveness and usefulness.