The 5-day Virtual Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Workshop organized by the Directorate of School Education Jammu (DSEJ) in collaboration with Kaivalya Education Foundation (KEF) ended at Jammu. The workshop was organized under the leadership of Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director of School Education in Jammu, under the ECCE project.
The objective of the workshop was to train 114 teachers on distinct concepts useful in providing effective preschool education to KG children.
It was followed virtually by 93 pre-primary teachers from 10 districts of Jammu division via various social media platforms.
Key topics covered in the workshop
The main topics discussed during the workshop were the concept of pre-numeracy and numeracy, the five principles of counting, worksheets, assessment in ECCE, etc.
KEF also took the opportunity to introduce social-emotional ethical learning to impart 21st century skills early in education.
Sessions on social-emotional learning and emotional intelligence were covered on day four and five to provide social and emotional awareness to teachers and children to help them become more self-aware , manage their emotions, and use empathy and compassion to lead a better life. the life.
Experts present at the workshop
Jaswinder Kour, ECCE Divisional Coordinator and Dr. Sarita Sharma from SRML School were also part of the workshop and provided valuable inputs on different sessions to ensure the implementation of the concepts by the teachers.
Manmohan Singh and Pawan Vivek, DRGs of Poonch and Kathua, respectively, were also present at the workshop.
The workshop was conducted under the guidance of Director of School Education, Ravi Shankar Sharma and under the direct supervision of Deputy Director of Planning, Mamta Sharma.
The teachers shared positive feedback and showed punctuality and active participation throughout the course. They also appreciated DSEJ and KEF for organizing this workshop.
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