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Follow up workshop with DIET Faculty in Bangalore and Mysore divisions - October 2013

“Communities of Practice for Teacher Educators” workshops being organised by IT for Change
with support from DSERT and CEMCA for teacher educators from DIETs and CTEs in in Karnataka

Workshop on ICT integration to create digital OER - Bangalore June 2013

IT for Change is organising a workshop for DIETs in Mysore and Bangalore divsions, to enable faculty to learn how to access web based resources on wiki (KOER), as well as on the web portal (www.KarnatakaEducation.org.in), discuss creation, review and access to educational resources for classes for new text books. This workshop also aims to help DIETs in their curricular resource and material development activities for 2013-14, including as a part of the TE AWP.

A Karmayogi retires from government service

A Karmayogi retires from government service

Mr. Mohammed Najibulla Baig ('Baigsaab') joined the Karnataka Education Services (KES) as an 'Additional Educational Officer' (AEO) in Gundlupet taluka in the then undivided Mysore district in 1978 and retired on April 30 as Director RMSA after a rich and distinguished service of around 35 years. This is a brief and selective exploration of that journey.

Nali Kali

celebration of pravesh utsav in govt. school on 24th march

haryana govt. decided  to celebrate 24th march in all the govt.school. the faculty of DIET gurgaon did the supervision of this programme in the distt.i was also the part of this prog.i wasgiven govt. primary school(girls) ramlila ground ggn.

the programme was beautifuly organised by the head of the school.new SMCwas reconstructed result was decleared to parents the one things that i noticed at least they spare one day for their children'  parents were happythat their children were promoted in next  class tea and snacks were served to them.

5-day workshop at IGNOU Delhi.

It was en exuberating and novel experience. I learnt new things.The resource persons were really resourceful, co-operative and Madam Rekha ji was especially caring. Hope we'll make profitable use of all that we were imparted there.

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can I be a part of this teacher network

HI I AM SANYA RAO DAUGHTER OF SONA YADAV . I STUDY IN CLASS 5TH C . I AM 10 YEARS OLD . I WANT TO SHARE MY BLOG WITH THIS GROUP . I WOULD BE GLAD TO BE A PART OF THIS GROUP . 

The Thirsty Crow

The story of The Thirsty Crow has been in various text books for a long time now. I studied it during my school days and now , i teach it to my students.So the crow seems to be thirsty for a long time and will be thirsty for ages to come.It looks funny but at a higher level the story can be interpreted in many ways. The Crow's search may stand here for man's thirst for knowledge, which can never be quenched.So the knowledge thirsty crow is bound to remain thirsty for ever.

Teaching of prose

 Prose is an important area of English Literature. It allows us to get the  detailed view about the subject matter. Unlike poetry it is easily understandable as it is story-like. Students must be allowed to read the prose loudly so that the pronunciation can be refined at the same time by the teacher. I am giving some examples asto how to teach prose

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