The Teacher Network (The TNet)
At TTF we believe, that in our profession ( i.e teaching) as we work with young people, it’s vital to stay positive and youthful --- regardless of our ages. We cannot afford to get jaded or indifferent or lethargic
The TNet : The Teacher Network is a forum of teachers, for teachers and by teachers and it's FREE ! Any teacher who has undergone any length of training through TTF is eligible to become a member of The TNet. The TTF philosophy that forms the basis of The T-Net is that teachers learn from peers just as much as from specialists and teacher educators. We leverage that in a meaningful way and on a regular basis.
The TNet for Teachers and The TNet Heads aim at bringing together a diverse group of teachers from around the country. These are two online platforms for teachers and school heads to offer a friendly forum for educators and classroom practitioners. The TNet is a network of, for and by the teachers that invites its members to raise and discuss issues in education, share ideas and concerns, work on collaborative projects and celebrate each other's successes.
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As an extension to the online discussions, TTF organizes an annual event in each of its centres – The TNet Mela – to help teachers from different schools come together and strengthen the community network. It is a forum for renewing old connections, making new ones and celebrating a multiplicity of professional views and learning on an on-going basis.
TTF announces the Mela through schools and on our website. Do look out for our next announcement here.
“Afternoons with TTF" is a two-hour session, where teachers come together to discuss issues in connection with teaching learning in their classrooms. Our focus is on encouraging interaction between teachers from different schools, and facilitating the exchange of thoughts and ideas. There is a different theme for each month. AWTTF enable focused small group interactions. Therefore, the takeaway from these sessions is brief, but personal. There is no entry fee for Afternoon with TTF !
Teaching Unchained is a quarterly news magazine published by The Teacher Foundation to offer teachers some food for thought and ideas for teaching ! TU often features examples of good educational practices from across our country and the world, it occasionally showcases original research done by educators and always shares novel classroom experiences of teachers. "Teaching Unchained" is free for schools or individuals who are members of The Teacher Foundation
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