Next Education organises a workshop for principals on ‘Ways to overcome challenges faced in school development and identifying key factors to boost the teaching standards”
Francis Joseph, Vice President at Early Childhood Association, conducted the interactive workshop and explained the factors imperative for school development
Pune, December 17, 2016: Next Education, in its efforts to revolutionise the education system in the country organised a conference for principals of schools at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Pune, on December 3, 2016. The one-day workshop, themed ‘Rationale of the Leadership Edge: Perspective of Challenges and Strategies’ was conducted by Francis Joseph, Vice President, Early Childhood Association.
The welcome address was delivered by Mohammad Akif Shaikhji, Marketing Manager, Next Education. Divided into two sessions, the first session of the workshop focused on various reforms and techniques to accelerate the growth of schools and also delved into a few factors that can hinder the school’s overall development. The post-lunch session emphasised on the importance of identifying key areas such as data governance and classroom diversity, necessary for academic success of the students.
Elaborating on the challenges and strategies in contemporary education, Francis Joseph said, “It is essential for principals to have a visionary outlook for the holistic development of the school and get acquainted with practices adopted in the modern-day education system. The principals should adapt to new techniques to encourage learning and undertake research to understand the ever-changing context of school leadership as it will help them engage the students better.”
Beas Dev Ralhan, CEO & Co-founder of Next Education, said, “It is high time institutions made a shift and incorporated processes that evolve strategies to face the challenges in contemporary education system so as to have a healthy learning environment for students. Such workshops enable principals to understand the need for incorporating contemporary methods to teach students using advanced technologies and help them master lessons in a better way. With these newer methods, students also get a chance to choose a few topics and interact with the educator, which leads to a two-way learning.”
The workshop was attended by principals of different schools Indira National school, City Pride School, Sardar Dastoor School, SNBP International School, Kothari National School, Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal, EMS, Shirur Akshara National School, Rasiklal Manikchand, Dhariwal, Wakad and PDEA’s English Medium School.
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