VENUE : THE ORCHID INTERNATIONAL,VILE PARLE-EAST,MUMBAI
DATE CONDUCTED ON : 12th November,2016
TIME : 9.00 am -5.00 pm
TEACHERS ATTENDED FROM OES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, VASHI :
- ANITA PALVE
- VANDANA K. PRASAD
- CHANDAN SAXENA
The Resource person for the workshop was Simon Lind, from Cambridge International Examinations for an Interactive Session on Cambridge Primary.
Simon Lind was assisted by Mr. Manish Bagul, from the Cambridge University Press, who is Sales Manager-International School and Ms. Krishna Ray, from the Cambridge University Press, who is the National Sales Manager for India.
The highlights were as follows :
- Introduction to CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) which relates to four stages of Education from the age of 5 to 19 years.
- There were 126 teachers involved from different schools for the workshop from Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. The workshop was having a mission of unlocking potential with the best learning and research solutions.
- The workshop was conducted with highly interactive and responsive style focussed on multiple topics .It was conducted with interactive sessions in all the core subjects namely English, Math and Science aiming to encourage teachers to explore the guidance and philosophy of teaching and learning products.
- There was emphasis on pedagogy for developing new teaching and strategies. The easiest way to be creative and think critical.
- Try something different , even if you don’t think it will work.
- Children must be taught HOW TO THINK , not what to think.
- Various activities were carried out through Cambridge Primary Activities Handout that was given to all the teachers .
- The workshop was concluded with the display of Cambridge Primary Books and Cambridge (Global) English from Grade 3-8.
- Lastly, various websites were given to all the teachers to prepare worksheets which would access –in print, digital and online formats.
- OES International School, Vashi gave a pleasant surprise to the audience of 126 Teachers with a gift for the Prof. Simon Lind and hand-made Art- Cards were given to Ms. Krishna Ray and Mr. Rajesh Shandilya.
FEED BACK :
- The workshop was highly interactive and we were fully involved in experiential learning and left inspired, enthused, motivated and ready to take new inspiration.
- It was an absolute pleasure opportunity learning with so many teachers from different schools to learn and dedicate to improve the learning experience for our students.