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Building computer-savvy staff

August 10, 2012

Yesterday, I have read a post from Times of India elaborating how the DoE has advised to conduct computer courses for teaching and non-teaching staff. You can read it here.

Being in the education marketing and knowledge marketing industry, I personally find this news as a useful resources for me. I plan to use this thread to provide related information to my blog readers.

Do check back for regular updates and additions. Do not forget to participate in the discussion and provide with your inputs. I welcome queries from the educators including school principals, staff, teachers and non-teaching staff for enquiring about my assistance from my side.


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  1. priyankabatraharjai permalink

    What does this news imply? This post of mine elaborates more on the news.

    It implies that the school headmasters have been advised to conduct basic computer course for teaching and non-teaching staff. The main highlights of the program can be summarizes as follows:

    – Duration of the course: 6 months
    – Duration of the classes: 1 hour (after school hours)
    – Structure of course: Includes theory and practical sessions
    – Nature of the course: Covers computer awarness and preliminary software classes
    – Attendees: Include teaching and non-teaching staff
    – Instructors: School computer teachers
    – Evaluation: A test will be conducted at the end-of-session and attendee will be graded based on the test performence

    DoE aims to empower the teachers to build and make use of audio-visual aids in classroom teaching.

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