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‘Innovative practices enhance students’ engagement in classroom’

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“Practices like flipped classroom help teachers to make classroom more engaging whereas it help students in improving their learning outcome,” said Brijesh Karia, National Business Head, Robomate+.

He was addressing the eminent leaders linked to school education at 12th School Leadership Summit Pune.

During his address, Brijesh Karia deliberated on various key challenges and opportunities available for school education sector.

He said, “We don’t need technology geeks who are good at teaching rather we need teaching geeks who are good at technology.”

The 12th edition of the summit was inaugurated on May 18, 2019 in the gracious presence of Hunny Agarwal, Regional Sales Manager-North & West, Turnitin; Dr R S Panwar, Director, Bharati Vidyapeeth, Rabindranath School of Excellence, Pune; and Aditi Goradia, Managing Director, Billimoria High School, Panchgani.

Hunny Agarwal of Turnitin solutions explained how his organisation helps schools in improving their various processes. He said,” Turnitin solutions promote academic integrity, streamline grading and feedback, deter plagiarism, and improve student outcomes.”

Speaking on the occasion, Aditi Goradia, Managing Director, Billimoria High School, said, “I appreciate the collaborations of schools from around the country on this platform where we can talk about school education system and sometimes even complaint about it.”

Highlighting the some of the key features adopted by Bharati Vidyapeeth in school education, Dr Panwar said, “We at Bharati Vidyapeeth are working on pedagogical system, administrative system and following all norms in an ethical process.”

The day-long summit witnessed panel discussion on topics like: Technology in Education: Facilitating Collaborative Learning in Schools; Redefining Assessments in School Education; Why Physical Education is Essential Element in Overall Development of a Student; and Personalised Learning Environment: Balancing Teachers’ Role and Student Autonomy.

During the 12th School Leadership Summit Pune, over 150 schools were felicitated from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan to showcase their exemplary contribution to impart quality education.

The summit also included industry presentations from renowned edupreneurs, stakeholders, and industrialists on their latest innovations and the best practices.

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