DIET Banihal hosts 5-day orientation course on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy


BANIHAL : A 5-Day Capacity Building Programme (CBP) on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy was organized by PSTE wing DIET Banihal. The CBP was conducted in three educational zones of Khari, Banihal and Ukhral which was attended by 130 primary level teachers.

The Capacity Building Programme ( CBP) was aimed to develop a deep understanding of the basic concepts of FLN and to make them acquainted with the goals and targets of NIPUN BHARAT Mission.

The main focus was to prepare primary level teachers and equip them with the pedagogical practices, skills and modern techniques of teaching at foundational stage.

The concerned ZEOs were present at the inaugural session, who impressed upon the participants to update themselves with modern approaches of teaching and cater to the needs and requirements of growing buds.

M A Katoch, DNO FLN, while interacting with the participants, briefed them about the objectives of CBP and highlighted the target of NIPUN Bharat Mission.

The focus was given to acquaint the participants with the trends, techniques, pedagogical practices and skills of teaching at pre primary/ primary levels.

Principal DIET Banihal also had an interaction with the pre primary teachers attending the programme at HSS Ukhral and Khari. He said that learning must be pleasing and should take place in a congenial atmosphere.

He impressed upon the participants to work hard and share the responsibility with utmost dedication and great passion.

The resource persons focused on to involve the participants to develop skills of facilitating learners through modern approaches so that the skills of reading, writing and number operation can be developed among the learners.

Activities based sessions were organized to develop teaching proficiency and insight as to how the kids learn the basics skills by applying appropriate teaching techniques at foundational stages.

The Resource persons shared valuable experience with the help of PPTs and involved the participants in different learning activities.


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