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The Teacher Accelerator Programme
Enhancing Teaching-Learning Practices in
Affordable Private Schools

The COVID19 pandemic has shaken the world; thousands are facing unprecedented challenges, and there is a dramatic shift in the way people are living and working.

However, the one thing that will hopefully stay constant is the teaching-learning process; whether it is between teacher & students or amongst teachers themselves as they upgrade their skills in school environments that are being re-defined.

TTF brings you a snapshot of our work in the first quarter of 2020 before the virus hit us all! Stay Safe! Stay@Home

In-School Mentoring Programme (ISMP)

Tweaking teaching, transforming learning was the ethos of the In School Mentoring Programme (ISMP), implemented by TTF with 60 Govt teachers in Bangalore Urban District, supported by Deloitte. It was an action-packed few weeks with lots of learning for the teachers - demo lessons, school-based support, feedback sessions and coaching by TTF facilitators.

A 2 day workshop on Whole School Quality Circle Time (QCT) for heads, co-ordinators and counsellors from various schools in Kolkata

Incorporating Jenny Mosley’s Whole School Quality Circle Time model, this workshop focusses on enabling schools to be safe and sensitive, through embedding policies, spaces and interactions
that are positive, constructive, 
nurturing and collaborative
for staff and students alike.

For more details on QCT log onto:

Introductory Workshop in Chennai on the Indian Social & Emotional Learning Framework (ISELF)

Researched and developed by TTF, ISELF is an
age-banded framework for developing
   social-emotional competencies in Indian children 

ISELF and its accompanying Handbook of Guidelines 
is now downloadable for free!

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Misbah Shahid, Head of School Well Being at TTF,
speaks at the National Conference on
Inclusive Education and Adapted Physical Education, 
in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

 Her presentation focussed on how the Whole School Quality Circle Time model could be used by teachers to develop in students the 5 SEL competencies as stated in ISELF. 

TTF's Tools for Teaching module helped a Math teacher
from Millat School for Boys, Mumbai, develop a simple
game to teach computation in Maths.

In late February, TTF conducted a 3-day workshop on inclusive education for 55 teachers and senior leaders from The Montfort Group of Schools in Tura, Meghalaya.

Sheela K.A. Deputy Director, TTF gave away the
certificates at the Graduation Ceremony for 10 teachers of
RBANM's Primary School, Bengaluru. They went through a
7 month long professional development programme.
Every Teacher,

More Enabled, More Inspired

On average, a teacher teaches 40 children a year.
Over a 25 year career, that is one thousand children.
That means, when we enable and inspire ONE teacher,
we touch over ONE THOUSAND lives.
So contribute to ONE teacher’s training and
touch the lives of a thousand children!


Rs 2,000 / $30: Enables 1 student to improve learning outcomes in a joyful and conducive government school
classroom for an entire year

Rs 3,500 / $50: Equips 1 government school teacher with skills
to teach effectively and positively impact the learning of 30 students.

Rs 7,000 / $100: Equips 1 government school classroom with a library and teaching-learning material for the students and teacher

Please Donate

Thanks and warm regards,
Maya Menon

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