Centa Partners With CCS Dharampal Fellowship Program To Upskill Educators
As part of the selection process for the Fellowship, 100 candidates (shortlisted from all applicants) will appear for the CENTA® Teaching Quotient (TQ) test on June 11, and the results will be declared on July 4
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CENTA (Centre for Teacher Accreditation) is announced as the training partner for the CCS Dharampal Fellowship Program to train teachers in advanced 21st-century skill-sets and tools to provide quality education for children across India. The prestigious program is the brainchild of the Centre for Civil Society and is sponsored by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom South Asia.
As part of the selection process for the Fellowship, 100 candidates (shortlisted from all applicants) will appear for the CENTA® Teaching Quotient (TQ) test on June 11, and the results will be declared on July 4. Based on their performance, 40 candidates will be selected for the Fellowship Program. The training sessions will commence in July and end in August, culminating in assessments towards their certification. The final results will be declared on September 5.
The CCS Dharampal Fellowship Program will employ a pyramid model that is structured to provide strategies for laying a stable foundation and promoting healthy socio-emotional development in a child. This approach enables the personalisation of the learning program to meet the needs of individual learners. The program will include in-depth training in:
- Lesson Planning
- Personal Mastery
- Public Speaking
- Story Pedagogy
- Videography and Video editing
- Socio-emotional learning
- National Education Policy 2020
- Digital Tools for Online Teaching
- Inclusive education and development of Scientific Temperament in Children
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