Pushkar hosts three-day training on remedial teaching
Pushkar hosts three-
day training on
A three- day remedial
teaching for rural
adolescent girls of grades 8
to 10 for the functionaries
of Educate Girls
on February 11 at Pushkar
in which 18 assorted educational functionary participated to learn
about the skills of web-charting; dual coding; outlining and graphics
which the presumption the course has been covered in the schools
and gaps are to filled by empowering the learners through
experiences in process of learning.
“For remedial teaching, the learning gaps can be best bridged
through identifying the hard spots of learning and imparting the
read-to-learn skills based on information processing techniques of
accessing and sorting relevant information and its reorganization,”
said Dr Lalit KIshore of CULP, a resource person assisted by Sudhir
Upadhayaya, Naresh Sharma and Seema Sharma.
The first day was devoted to imparting experiences in the skills and
the other two days were utilized in undergoing the subject-wise
practice in the identified skills; guided production of learning
exemplary material and its transaction.