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CREEP India
CREEP INDIA
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SCHOOLS NEED
“Change”
EDUPRENEURE:
“OK. How?”
“The education system cannot clearly answer the question:
How will the 21s...
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the need for change
Traditional Classroom 21st Century Classroom
Learning is the constant
Time is the variable
• Promoti...
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school leaders ask….
CREEP India
“How can we make learning more
accessible and relevant, engage the
natural desire of st...
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…the paradigm shift in the educational
system need assistance to reduce
the widening gap
CREEP India
It’s because
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CREEP India: an introduction
• “Centre for Research & Enhancement of Educational
Practices "abbreviated as CREEP India i...
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our vision & mission
Our Vision
Creep India visualizes bringing excellence in
academics through judicious planning
and r...
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quality education
"Quality is never an accident; it is always
the result of high intention, sincere effort,
intelligent ...
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major domains of action
Institutional
Planning
Research
Placement
Publications
Training
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activities in action
Pr I
training
• Training the educators in continuum .
• Cultivate professional skills.
• Share com...
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professional training
CREEP India
• As creep is run by the teachers, it realizes the
importance of human resources henc...
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Pr I
professional training
CREEP India
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CREEP India
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our approach to training
Need Analysis
Course
Development
Training &
Implementation
Evaluation
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modus operandi
in house training
• Workshops
• Simulation & role play
• Interaction sessions
• Icebreakers
• Coaching
•...
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Pr II
educational & vocational
counseling : disha
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counseling centre: Disha
• An Initiative under the aegis of creepindia.org. It runs on the doctrines and
principles of ...
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Disha in action
COUNSELING PROCESS
• Verbalization of the problem by the
counselee in detail.
• Stating the impact of t...
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Modus operandi of the counseling
CREEP India
• Need analysis is
carried out
Rapport is
established
• A relationship is
...
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objectives of Disha
• To Provide for the Realization of Student Potentialities
• To Help the Children with Developing P...
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our latest activity
Registration Experiential LearningInteraction Resource in action
One day workshop on 26 April 2012 ...
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our acts of empowerment in
CREEP India
PAST
Student Development Faculty Development Admin. Development
partners in lear...
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benefits for partner schools
CREEP India
Professional
Development
of Teachers
Student
Development
& Progress
Optimum
Ut...
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Creep: an initiative with a difference
Resources: An initiative run by a team of educators.
Outreach: We are working in...
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we live at…
CREEP India
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Thank You
Q & A
CREEP India
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  1. 1. 1 CREEP India CREEP INDIA
  2. 2. 2 SCHOOLS NEED “Change” EDUPRENEURE: “OK. How?” “The education system cannot clearly answer the question: How will the 21st Century Schools look like?” CREEP India
  3. 3. 3 the need for change Traditional Classroom 21st Century Classroom Learning is the constant Time is the variable • Promotion based on performance • To understand • Controlled chaos • Driven by a shared vision • Student boards • Students are navigators • 100% student engagement • Global curriculum • Self, peers, business leaders, and teachers judge students’ work • CCE • Reinforcements • Teaching with technology • Classroom decisions are researched based CREEP India Time is the constant Learning is the variable • Promotion based on time • To Know • Students sitting in rows • Driven by textbooks • Commercial bulletin boards • Teacher-controlled class • 10% student engagement • 3R’s • Teacher is the judge • Term end Examinations • Punishments • Teaching of technology • Classroom decisions are experienced based
  4. 4. 4 school leaders ask…. CREEP India “How can we make learning more accessible and relevant, engage the natural desire of students to learn, and prepare them for a successful future? And how can CREEP India help us to accomplish these goals?" CREEP India’s response…Partners in Teaching- Learning Process…. a program that empowers school/college teachers to lead through innovative teaching practices as well as drive system-level changes in their own environment.
  5. 5. 5 …the paradigm shift in the educational system need assistance to reduce the widening gap CREEP India It’s because
  6. 6. 6 CREEP India: an introduction • “Centre for Research & Enhancement of Educational Practices "abbreviated as CREEP India is a registered nonprofit voluntary organization led by a team of educationists. • The organization came into being on 31st July 2011 with its Head office at 8/322,Heera Nagar, Haldwani, Distt. Nainital, Uttarakhand. • It believes in its motto “bringing the academic excellence’’ through judicious planning and rigorous training of the professionals in the field of teaching and learning. • It works with the major stakeholders of education specially teachers and helps them to enrich with the required knowledge, elevate their teaching skills and empower them to face the challenges of the 21st century.
  7. 7. 7 our vision & mission Our Vision Creep India visualizes bringing excellence in academics through judicious planning and rigorous training. Our Mission Helping schools and professional institutes to focus on organizational performance, development and efficiency CREEP India
  8. 8. 8 quality education "Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.” - Willa A. Foster CREEP India
  9. 9. 9 major domains of action Institutional Planning Research Placement Publications Training
  10. 10. 10 activities in action Pr I training • Training the educators in continuum . • Cultivate professional skills. • Share common approach & vision of change • Create learning environment Pr II counseling Helping the students & Parents to accommodate to the needs of change • Helping individual to make judicious choices • Inform about the available options • Understanding their problems and helping them to cope. • Assessing the innate potential Professional development through research and experience based curriculum helping schools & individuals Develop a vision to transform the approach of schooling Foster 21st century learning and innovative teaching practices.
  11. 11. 11 professional training CREEP India • As creep is run by the teachers, it realizes the importance of human resources hence we offer dynamic teacher training that imparts immediately applicable information and strategies for teaching. • Creep is a prominent provider of teachers’ staff development ,teacher mentoring and coaching. • Our passion is to help, the teachers’ acquire research proven strategies so that the students succeed. • The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers hence we strongly believe that quality is a process and not an end. professional development :teachers teachers view themselves as the catalyst for change and drivers of the whole school environment
  12. 12. 12 Pr I professional training CREEP India
  13. 13. 13 CREEP India
  14. 14. 14 our approach to training Need Analysis Course Development Training & Implementation Evaluation
  15. 15. 15 modus operandi in house training • Workshops • Simulation & role play • Interaction sessions • Icebreakers • Coaching • Microteaching • Team teaching • Group activities • Case studies outbound training • Group tasks • Adventurous activities • Leadership development • Camping and learning • Situational Experience
  16. 16. 16 Pr II educational & vocational counseling : disha
  17. 17. 17 counseling centre: Disha • An Initiative under the aegis of creepindia.org. It runs on the doctrines and principles of creepindia.org. • It is established to render services to the local community and the schools at large. • Disha is dedicated to the mental health and vocational guidance of children, adolescents and adults • It gives various services, like aptitude testing, career guidance, psychotherapy, counseling and so forth. • The task of the Disha is accomplished through a team of psychologists and counselors. • Our aim is to empower the individuals. • We are committed towards our motto Giving direction to Life
  18. 18. 18 Disha in action COUNSELING PROCESS • Verbalization of the problem by the counselee in detail. • Stating the impact of the problem . • Asking the counselee his intentions to correct the problem. • The plan for correction is texted. • Stating the consequences for not correcting. • Setting the date for follow-up.
  19. 19. 19 Modus operandi of the counseling CREEP India • Need analysis is carried out Rapport is established • A relationship is developed between the individual and the counselor An assessment is made • Possible solutions are made on mutually agreed goals Implementation • Follow up counseling carried
  20. 20. 20 objectives of Disha • To Provide for the Realization of Student Potentialities • To Help the Children with Developing Problems • To Help the children to make judicious choices of the available careers. • To Contribute to the Development of the School's curriculum • To provide Teachers with Technical Assistance • To Contribute to the Mutual Adjustment of Students and the School CREEP India
  21. 21. 21 our latest activity Registration Experiential LearningInteraction Resource in action One day workshop on 26 April 2012 organized by CREEP India for private school Principals on Technology for innovative pedagogy envisioned by Microsoft One day workshop
  22. 22. 22 our acts of empowerment in CREEP India PAST Student Development Faculty Development Admin. Development partners in learning
  23. 23. 23 benefits for partner schools CREEP India Professional Development of Teachers Student Development & Progress Optimum Utilization of Resources Promotes Creativity & Innovation Benefitting the partner institutions of learning Helping the schools in the ambit to improvise Nurture ‘constructivism in education’
  24. 24. 24 Creep: an initiative with a difference Resources: An initiative run by a team of educators. Outreach: We are working in the interiors of the country and reaching the outreach. Need Based: We have customized services for the schools and professional institutes. Updated: We continuously upgrade our strategies for training. Research: We keep on carrying research as per the recent trends and design training modules as per need. Reliable partner: Creepindia believes in revamping the learning strategy by becoming a partner in learning. Diversified training Multiple training based on institutional need. Provide ‘spring board’ for a diverse changing world
  25. 25. 25 we live at… CREEP India
  26. 26. 26 Thank You Q & A CREEP India

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