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CBSE To Train Teachers On ‘Storytelling As Pedagogy’

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CBSE To Train Teachers On ‘Storytelling As Pedagogy’

The webinars shall be live-streamed on the YouTube channel of the CBSE

New Delhi:

The Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) on Thursday introduced a free coaching programme on ‘Storytelling as Pedagogy’. The programme consists of 1 webinar, course materials, and evaluation and will probably be delivered on-line in several languages, the council stated.

In a various nation like India the place school rooms are full of college students from completely different cultural backgrounds, storytelling can assist in attaining the purpose of getting inclusive school rooms, the CBSE stated.

“It’s pertinent to have inclusive school rooms, create empathy within the classroom and permit college students to succeed in common understanding by the non-public experiences of different college students and group at massive. Tales could serve this objective as they open the thoughts in order that the hearer is able to take issues in,” the CBSE stated.

“Storytelling as a pedagogical software could present a strategy to rework this multicultural, various classroom into an inclusive classroom the place college students perceive one another and respect and have a good time the range,” it stated, including that storytelling adjustments the ambiance of school rooms and enhances the educational surroundings.

The webinars shall be held in 5 languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Bangla and Punjabi, between June 14 and 29.

CBSE stated the contents of the webinars shall be the identical and requested members to attend one webinar of their most popular language. Primarily based on demand, webinars shall be held in additional languages, it added.

The webinars shall be live-streamed on the YouTube channel of the board. Discover extra particulars in regards to the coaching programme right here.

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