Under MHRD scheme, Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya Mission on Teachers & Training (PMMMNMTT)
20th & 23rd SEPTEMBER, 2019
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Teachers are at the heart of our education system. The success of any effort to improve the quality of education is centrally dependent upon the teacher. Quality issues in education are crucially linked to quality issues in teacher education.
In the field of education there are three main types of accountability system-a) compliance with regulations, b) adherence to professional norms, and c) results driven. The first system demands compliance with statutes and regulations such as those given by regulatory bodies such as NCTE, UGC, NAAC etc. The second system is based upon adherence to professional norms. Impact of widespread agreement on certain principles and practices so as to elevate teacher education. . Within this system, teacher educators are accountable for adherence to curriculum transaction, evaluation, standards to their peers. The third accountability system is based upon results defined in terms of student learning.
Accordingly in teaching as a profession there are various guidelines, principles, norms of morality, accountability which a teacher has to follow while dealing with students, stakeholders, and community. Therefore a teacher has to be realistic, committed and accountable to the profession and have a multidimensional approach.
In this context The Department of Education, North-Eastern Hill University under the MHRD Scheme of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching(PMMMNMTT) will be organizing Two day workshop so as to train the pre-service elementary teachers in terms of accountability system so as to improve student learning outcomes.
To train the pre-service teachers in terms of -
For the educational development the teachers need to be professionally equipped with various skills, competencies, commitment, determination and accountability to give their best.
The discussion and suggestion received from the two day workshop will focus on the changing dynamics of the pre-service teachers requirement with regards to the accountability system in teacher education, innovation and accountability aiming to make the pre-service teachers at the elementary level in Meghalaya well equipped with knowledge so as to teach the elementary students with the necessary skills and commitment.
Participants: Pre-Service Elementary Student-Teachers.
Dates: 20th & 23rd September, 2019. 9.30 A.M to 4PM
Venue: Old Guest House, NEHU Shillong
Working lunch and refreshments will be served.
Prof. S.M. Sungoh
Department of Education