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CARE Teachers’ Training Programme
Floridan Palace, 905 N Florida Ave
Bosco Reach Out organised two Teachers’ Training Programme at its head office Guwahati in the months of September and December, 2020 under the CARE (Children at Risk Education) project, Kokrajhar. The project has been implemented in 36 CARE schools in Kokrajhar with the support of Childaid Network, Germany.
In view of the COVID-19, the first training was conducted for 50 teachers in two batches on September 14-16, 2020 and September 17-19, 2020 respectively. Mr. Romeo D’Monte (the Project Coordinator of BRO) facilitated the training. The training programme was inaugurated Fr. A. Jayaprakash (Executive Director of BRO) in the presence of Fr. Raphael Cherukareth (Associate Director of BRO), and Bro. Micheal Kindo (Administrator of BRO). Ms. Anna Richa (TET Trainer, Freelancer) the resource person took sessions on ‘Maintenance of Class Room’ and ‘Teaching Method’ on the first and second day. On the third day, Fr. Raphael Cherukareth delivered a session on ‘The Education and Its Importance’. On the same day, Fr. Kairala SDB (DBI) spoke on ‘The Human Brain’ which include: different types of brain, the quantity of the human brain, the growth process of man (0 – 2 years, 2 – 6 years and 6 years and above), system of human brains, and how the human brain works. Every morning, before the session begins, the teachers would have physical exercises.
Another, a three days of training was held from December 17 to 19, 2020, at Bosco Reach Out, Guwahati. The training covered topics: the development of child’s mental capacity, preparation of lesson plan, and Teachers Learning Material (TLM) for Science, Maths and English. Importance was given on teacher and student bonding, sports and games. The training was through songs, story narration, group and individual activities, questioner, discussions. There was a review of the previous training session. There were 47 teachers and four Coordinators who attended the training.
It was a training where everyone was made to feel the importance of being a teacher, their roles and responsibilities towards the welfare society by consistently educating the children. The teachers were motivated. They were thrilled to go back and start their classes.