Blended Learning Curriculum & Supportive Teaching: Tools to Promote Student Engagement
December 2012

Blended Learning Curriculum & Supportive Teaching: Tools to Promote Student Engagement

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The session advocated the emergence of new tools to promote student engagement. Creating constructivist approach, peer learning, collaborative, teaching learning processes, using and bringing relevance in the classroom can lead to more effective student engagement
Kalpesh Bordawekar,
General Manager,
Mexus

The role of the school is to adopt teaching designs that suit the classroom mindsets. Schools must encourage teachers to participate in collaborative environment. Academic leaders should initiate corporate ventures in education. Schools should engage in educating parents about the importance of new age teaching learning processes.

 

A Murali Mukund,
Chairman,
Jubilee Public School

Technology is a great way to engage the kids and making them learn at the same time.

Sunil Shriwastav,
Principal,
Kids’ Kingdom Public School

Blended learning curriculum must be blended with the elements of morals, values, respect for culture, equality and human empowerment.

Dr T Padmavati,
Principal,
Fusion International School

A child should learn in a way that he is confident to go to the next level. There should be a simple gradation in the difficulty of learning. Interdisciplinary learning needs to be encouraged.

Arif Dar,
Zonal Head-ICT Sales,
Pearson Education Services

Our core belief is that every teacher is unique and we need to help strengthen or amplify his uniqueness. The freedom to tailor-make training sessions helps teachers enhance their uniqueness in knowledge delivery.

Ashutosh Tripathi,
Director,
Krishna Public School

Successful learning is directly related to its relevance, purpose and authenticity. If our desire is for students to engage, the work they do must be significant, valuable, and real.

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