Teachers get training in evaluating students’ skills

Under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) programme of the Central Board of School Education (CBSE), a three-day workshop, organised for three schools, concluded here today.

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Nurpur, November 25

Under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) programme of the Central Board of School Education (CBSE), a three-day workshop, organised for three schools, concluded here today. These are Noorpur Public School, Rose Public School and Comet Mensa Public School, which are affiliated with the CBSE.

Gulshan Memoria, a trainer at the PC training institute that is an empanelled agency of the CBSE, Delhi, imparted special training to faculty of these schools for evaluating skills of students getting education in the schools. The main objective of the training programme was to hone the skills of students.

During training classes, faculty members of the schools also underwent activity sessions and emphasis was laid on the development of life skills (emotional, social and interpersonal), value education, integrity clubs and attitudes.

It is notable that the CBSE has introduced a number of steps for reforms in the school education sector. Although not a new concept, it requires an evolution in ways of assessment of students and schools are facing many issues in its effective and efficient implementation.

While addressing faculty members of public senior secondary schools in the concluding session of the workshop, Gulshan said to ensure the implementation of the concept in letter and in spirit, teachers and school leaders required to thoroughly understand and imbibe the CCE teaching and implementation methods to create lifelong learners. “This comprehensive course in CCE teaching methods empowers teachers to successfully administer it in schools. It acts as a professional development tool for teachers to help them gain expertise and be able to contribute proactively in imparting quality education,” he asserted.

Caption: Teachers being imparted special training at a workshop in Nurpur. Photo: Rajiv Mahajan

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