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Teachers trained for new learning methods

DNMUM440835 | 8/8/2019 | Author : Aishwarya Iyer | WC :254 | Education & Careers



At least 81 schools under the Maharashtra International Education Board (MIEB), an autonomous body under the state education department, is letting its teachers to not only create content for the students but also curate through various mediums. The MIEB Training Academy is helping the teachers to create ‘customised’ content for the students, with the help of online platforms like Google, YouTube and Android. According to officials, students are giving good response to these activity-based learning that is integrated with the curricula of MIEB.
Before the academic year, during the vacations, all the teachers were given a seven-day residential training with the aim of their overall development. The schools who have been selected by
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