Virtual workshop for teachers concludes in Patiala

Virtual workshop for teachers concludes  in Patiala

Photo for representational purpose only.

Patiala, July 19

A seven-day virtual capacity workshop for teachers, organised by the internal quality assurance cell of Multani Mal Modi College in collaboration with the Council for Teacher Education Foundation, concluded today.

The workshop was organized to train teachers for integration of pedagogy and technology in teaching, learning and research. The valedictory session was chaired by Prof Karamjit Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State Open University.

In his address, Prof Karamjit Singh said the future of Indian educational system would be largely impacted by the adoption of digital technologies with progressive educational policies and by including each and every section of society. During training experts discussed techniques and methodologies for making learning more inclusive and productive. — TNS

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