The Buzz @ TTF

The National Education Policy 2020 cites that
teacher preparation is an activity that requires multidisciplinary perspectives and knowledge, formation of dispositions and values and
development of practice under the best mentors.

has been committed to this well before NEP and we continue to offer teachers unstinting support and opportunities to grow personally and professionally particularly in the prevailing uncertain circumstances.

We bring you a snapshot of our work in the
third quarter of 2020.

Heads' Net Webinar

The 3rd and 4th editions of TTF's Heads' Net Webinar was held on July 7th and September 25th respectively.

Noted author & creator of the Whole School Quality Circle Time Model, Jenny Mosley shared her views on 'Engaging with Empathy' during these pandemic times in our 3rd edition. Click here to watch the video. 

Exploring the Idea of Oracy' was the focus of our 4th edition and it featured a recorded talk by Prof Neil Mercer, Emeritus Professor of Education & Director of Oracy @ Cambridge; with a panel discussion, moderated by The Teacher Foundation. Click here to watch the video. 

Both webinars got an overwhelming response from hundreds of educators across the country.

The 1000 teacher project

TTF facilitators conduct online training sessions in low-cost affordable private schools across Mumbai. Supported by Nomura, the 1000 teacher project entails helping teachers in these schools to get familiar with digital tools and improve online teaching learning practices in their classrooms.

Indian Social & Emotional Framework (ISELF)

A three session online workshop on the
Indian Social & Emotional Framework (ISELF)
with teacher participants from
JBCN International School, Mumbai

Researched and developed by TTF, the Indian Social & Emotional Framework (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! Click here to download.

 Teachers' Day competition

In celebration of Teachers' Day, TTF ran a Haiku/Short verse contest. We received an excellent response, with educators across the country sending in their entries.
Neha Khanna from Sunbeam School, Varanasi won the First Prize for her entry. She received a FabIndia voucher worth Rs 1,500 and a
TTF Idea book!

Whole School Quality Circle Time (QCT)

How to do QCT online? TTF conducted QCT Demo sessions for Grade 9 and KG students from
Sunbeam School, Varanasi.

Using 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 click here.

Energise Online Learning (EOL)

Teachers from Kundan Vidya Mandir, Ludhiana
participate in EOL - a series of 4 workshops focusing
on the use of digital tools to make the online
teaching-learning process more engaging and effective!

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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