|Technology changes everyday and it is very important for teachers to keep abreast of new technologies to teach the children of today. Hence, training comes as an essential component to keep momentum with time and technology. The session finds out the way forward to cope up with the rapidly changing education technologies and training of educators|
|Prof Parvin Sinclair,
Director,National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT)A teacher’s experience in her pre-service and in service activities should be similar to her experience in the classroom. If she has to bring constructivism in the classroom, her own experiences too should be like that.
|Prof (Dr) NB Sudershan Acharya,
Founder and Chairman,Lead India 2020 FoundationThe integration of technology in education will change the face of India. Educators integrate technology in teaching-learning process for strong professional development of students. Creation of user-friendly learning environment for educators will help them grow much beyond.
Chairman and Correspondent,Johnson Kids SchoolWe should train our teachers in the new technologies and methodologies that are coming in. But I think, when they do it by their own, it becomes memorable for them forever. The overuse of technology kills a child’s creativity.
|T Venu Gopal Rao,
Academic Director & Managing Director,
Fusion International SchoolSkills of in-service teachers should be refreshed by providing internal or external training in the latest educational technology trends. Teachers should be trained to evaluate and integrate available materials into the learning process along with enabling trainee teachers to access sources of knowledge and to create knowledge.
Connect with decision-makers from 300+ Schools, 100+ Preschools, 20+ Government Dignitaries & 10+ Investors at power-packed Elets 6th School Leadership Summit on 24 February, 2018 in New Delhi.