The Buzz @ TTF
Heads' Net Webinars

Building Resilience in Students and Teachers during & post Covid was the focus of the TTF webinars held on 23rd
and 30th October, in association with Tata Institute of Social Sciences. The webinars
saw over 300 participants from across India.

The 5th edition of TTF's Heads' Net Webinar was held on Nov 20th. Lucy Crehan, author of the compelling novel 'Clever Lands' was our guest speaker for this edition. She shared her views on countries that are the World's Education Superpowers and why they are considered so.

This webinar had over 400 participants from across India and a few from other countries too.
Click here for the complete talk . 


English Encounters with Govt teacher participants in Karnataka

As a first in our online sessions with government school teachers, TTF launched English Encounters. This is in collaboration with DSERT & District Education Offices and support of United Way, Bangalore. 700 teachers from 5 districts in Karnataka are being enabled to enhance their proficiency in spoken English within a teaching context.

20 online sessions, 40 hours, pre and post session tasks, baseline and endline assessments, all contribute to a demanding and engaging professional development experience for the teachers.

Whole School Quality Circle Time
Teachers from the Chettinad Harishree Vidyalayam group of schools participate in online sessions of Whole School Quality Circle Time - fostering safe and sensitive schools and positive & collaborative interactions.

For more details on QCT click here.

Indian Social & Emotional Learning (ISELF)

Educators across India participated in a 3 session online programme on ISELF. Abhilasha Iyer, one of the participants said, "What I loved about the sessions particularly, was Teacher & SEL. Thank you TTF for making it practice oriented & reflective in nature! Great structure & framework. Brilliant research done there."

ISELF and its accompanying Handbook of Guidelines 
is now downloadable for free! Click here to download.

Energise Online Learning

Teacher participants from Ferrando Speech & Hearing Centre and Montfort Group of Schools in Assam & Meghalaya learn to leverage tools for meaningful teaching online with our Energising Online Learning workshops. The programme culminated with a demo session with students.

EnAble - Enabling Inclusion in Schools 

Teachers from Montfort Schools in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura, Assam and Vijaywada participate in EnAble –
a series of training modules to make
every school an inclusive school, conducted
by TTF in collaboration with CBM, India. 
This training aims to foster teacher preparedness towards
establishing engaging learning environments
that are inclusive towards
all children.

HeadLAMP with Sri Kumaran Group of Schools

The Sri Kumaran Group of schools successfully completed all 18 sessions of TTF's first online HeadLAMP course; redefining leadership roles and priorities aimed at fostering excellence amongst their teachers.
ashree Natarajan, Head of Kumaran's Pre-school said, "I am really happy to have completed this enriching and easily implementable course.”

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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