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CASTME Awards 2019 formally announced at Association of Science Education conference at University of Reading in UK

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The award winning entry of Dr. Kishore’s work is titled “Adjusting Science Instruction to Needs of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities: Designing and Clinical Trialling of Select Lessons for Standardization of Visual Support Material.”

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CASTME Awards 2019 formally announced at Association of Science Education conference at University of Reading in UK

  1. 1. CASTME Awards 2019 formally announced at Association of Science Education conference at University of Reading in UK Lalit Kishore According to the Commonwealth Education Hub1 – a platform for listing Commonwealth education events of relevance to the Commonwealth by Commonwealth Consortium for Education, Findel-CASTME Awards winners for 2019 are going to formally announced at upcoming Association of Science Education (ASE) coference at University of Reading to be held from January 8 to 11. Update is that the CASTME 2019 Awards2 announced at the Annual Conference of Association of Science Education (ASE), University of Reading, 8-11 January 2020 are as follows: The Findel CASTME Education Award 2019 went to Saraswati Junior College, Khamgaon, Maharashtra, India and two Findel CASTME AWARDS went to ‘Disha: A Resource Centre for Multiple Disabilities, Jaipur, India, for the entry by research fellow Dr Lalit Kishore and Sreepur Village, Bangladesh. Dr Kishore of India received the award confirmation via e-mail for his award. The award winning entry of Dr. Kishore’s work was titled “Adjusting Science Instruction to Needs of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities: Designing and Clinical Trialling of Select Lessons for Standardization of Visual Support Material.” Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME), founded in 1974, works to advance the social relevance of the teaching of science, technology and mathematics through networking of educators in these subjects in the Commonwealth and promote this through delivering the relevant Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). “To promote innovations, CASTME runs an annual award scheme in which teachers and teacher educators are invited to submit completed innovative projects. Professionals from some 35 Commonwealth countries (out of 53 countries across all continents) have received such awards”, informs Commonwealth Network3. 1 https://www.thecommonwealth-educationhub.net/news/commonwealth-events/ 2 https://www.castme.online/awards 3 http://www.commonwealthofnations.org/commonwealth-directory/organisations-by-sector/education/

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