Learning styles Mrs. Nawang Lhamo, Assistant Headmistress, Upper TCV Senior school.
Psychologist have proved through research evidences that every individual is capable of learning efficiently in his/her own way. They have also emphasized that there is no good or bad learning style nor is there a right or wrong style of learning. It all depends upon how a person's brain works to learn and store information efficiently. Therefore, the understanding of learning styles becomes crucial of effective learning to take place.
How to write an effective lesson plan Mr. Lodoe Tsering, PGT Geography, TCV Gopalpur.
A lesson is a written description to teach academic content. A lesson plan helps teachers organize their objectives and methodologies. A lesson plan determines the purpose, aim and rational of your class time activity. It also provides focus for the lesson you are presenting. A lesson plan is a fairly detailed plan of instruction. It helps you think through the best way to present the information to the students. You will need to develop clear and specific objectives. The following important components must be included in all lesson plans:
The six facets of understanding
PGT history, TCV gopalpur
Our analysis of " understanding" we treat it as one notion distinct from what we call ' knowledge'. The word understanding is not one achievement but several, and it is shown through different kinds of evidence. The synonyms of understanding are ' insight" and wisdom both clearly different from ( yet somehow related to) knowledge. Students must perform effectively with knowledge to convince teachers that they really understood understanding. So, the argument of performance assessment means, " to apprehend the meaning or import" of an idea. When we think of meaning or import in the broader sense, we refer to ideas like wisdom, the ability to rise above naïve, ill-considered or inexperienced point of view.
Nurturing young minds
Kalsang wangdue (mr) head master
Senior section, tcv gopalpur
A reflection on the issue of discipline in schools, and duality of its existence. We must treat our children with respect and dignity that they deserve as future seeds os Tibet and the custodians of our rich culture.