Teacher shape the student as good human: Prof. Banipal
Workshop on Flipped Learning and ICT enabled Teaching Learning concludes at GNDU
Amritsar, October, 23: A two weeks workshop on ‘Flipped Learning and ICT enabled Teaching Learning’ concluded with presentation of the work prepared during 14 days workshop by the participants. This workshop was organized under the Centre of Pre-Service Teacher Education, School of Education of the Guru Nanak Dev University, under Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) scheme, MHRD.
Prof. T. S. Banipal, Dean CDC was the chief guest on valedictory session. Prof. Banipal highlighted the role of teacher in shaping the personality of the students by exhibiting an exemplary role model for the coming generations. He reiterated that the importance of integrating technology cannot be underrated but teachers are entrusted with the role of shaping and preparing good citizens.He congratulated the organizers for the successful completion of this workshop and also awarded the certificates to the participants.
While welcoming the guests, Prof Amit Kauts, Project Coordinator, School of Education, said that the basic goal of this workshop was to acquaint the participants with new technologies in the field of teaching learning. On sharing the report of the workshop he elaborated that the participants were exposed to different softwares and mobile phones apps like google sites, google Docs, Kahoot, script writing, stop motion, scratch, screen castify, OER, presentation tube, MOOC, Moodle, Etc. In the two weeks time, the participants could prepare their blogs, videos on their respective topics which would free their students from barriers of time and space . This would help students to attain higher order cognitive goals. He also expressed his gratitude towards the university administration for providing kind support and cooperation for organizing such programmes.
Dr. Deepa Sikand, Head, Department of Education presented the report of the workshop. Dr. Sikand emphasized that She had had firm belief that through the learning from this workshop, the participants will be able to address these challenges quite successfully. She concluded her address with best wishes to the participants.
The workshop was attended by 25 participants from various universities and colleges of India. The participants also shared their perceptions that how this workshop helped them in realigning their ICT knowledge with the changing times. Some of the teacher educators ,who were earlier hesitant admitted that this workshop had made them more confident in using technology.They expressed their delight and also gave their feedback about the sessions conducted during the workshop. The interactions were very interesting and informative and we would like to participate in more of such workshops, commended one of the participants.