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Samoon inaugurates online IMPACT training under Samagra Shiksha
32,000 Grade II & III teachers to be trained through DIETs
8/11/2020 12:19:44 AM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Aug 10: A massive online Integrated Multidisciplinary Professional Advancement Course for Teachers (IMPACT) training programme commenced here today under Samagra Shiksha, with its formal e-inauguration by Principal Secretary School Education, Dr. Asgar Samoon.
Based on need assessment, the short course entitled IMPACT has been designed with comprehensive features to be conducted in three phases including Face to Face mode (for five days), Field work (Twenty one days) and Reflection and Assessment (three days).
The course module has been developed by faculty members of NCERT New Delhi and 16 experts from the UT of J&K which will focus on providing knowledge to teachers, understanding and skills on the generic concerns such as understanding of learners, school based assessment, pre-school and foundational literacy and numeracy and teaching-learning in multi-grade situations and also on subject specific pedagogy in the area of Environmental Studies, Languages, Mathematics, Social Sciences and Science. Special care has been taken to focus on enhancement of teaching skills and sensitivity for integrating social concerns, values and social –personal qualities in the classroom processes by these teachers.
Principal Secretary, while elaborately explaining the broad contours of the program, told that it aims for the training of Grade 2nd and 3rd teachers (erstwhile RReTs) through a course designed to address the gaps in the teaching /pedagogical skills of these teachers. He added that a separate guideline for the conduct of the IMPACT in phase wise manner has also been developed, which will help UT level course experts and mentors to conduct the course for more than 30,000 teachers in the UT with adequate assessment for certification. This collaborative effort of NCERT and the UT of Jammu and Kashmir will raise the competencies of these teachers to address the needs of diverse students in their classroom and improve their learning outcomes.
Dr Samoon further revealed that NCERT in collaboration with Samagra Shiksha J&K conducted a five day Capacity Building Workshop for 216 Union Territory Resource Persons (UTRPs), 16 Course Education Mentors (CEMs) and 10 Pratham Facilitator (PFs) at University of Jammu. These trained Resource Persons will further impart the training to targeted teachers in a phased manner through existing digital platform- J&K Knowledge Network following all SOPs of Covid-19.
Later, Dr. Arun Manhas, Project Director Samagra Shiksha told that training is starting from Doda District of J&K in which about four hundred Grade 2nd and 3rd teachers of two zones Ghat and Doda are participating. The training is being conducted through DIET using JKKN platform and is being provided by ten Resource Persons supported by five Course Education Mentors (CEMs) and Pratham Facilitators (PFs).
Dr. Manhas also thanked UNICEF team who is providing technical support through "UNILearn" - an online national learning platform that hosts dynamic education, skills and other content. He also thanked Resource Persons from Pratham team.
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