Roadmap: Empowering Pedagogical Practices

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Description of the Course

Massive technology and time led changes are bringing a paradigm shift in academia at higher educational institutions and at secondary and senior secondary levels in schools. Conventional teaching and learning approaches are now incomplete in preparing students for the complexities of the modern world. Today, students are required to bear diverse skill sets along with the knowledge and right attitude. Critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication along with agile mindset prepare students to solve real-world problems, think innovatively, work in teams, and communicate with ease and confidence. Educational leaders and teachers must build capacities in themselves to develop the agile mindset and skillsets in their students. Student-centred teaching, assessment and evaluation strategies are the best means to deploy. Empowered pedagogical approaches are needed along with developing emotional intelligence to adapt to changing learning landscapes.

This training will upskill the participating teachers and teacher-students to hone such skills and be more prepared for the classrooms of today and tomorrow in accordance with outcome-based education (OBE).

The training shall rest on these topics:

1. Need and importance of student-centric teaching
2. Creative teaching strategies
3. Assessment and evaluation techniques
4. Building emotional resilience (EI) for mental wellbeing

 

Mode of Workshop : Online

Dates of the Workshop : 27th July,2024

Timings:

Session 1 : 10:00 a.m. – 01:00 p.m.

Session 2 : 02:00 p.m. – 05:30 p.m.

Profile of the Instructor(s)

Prof. Sujatha Srinivasan heads the  TTK Center for Rehabilitation Research and Device Development (R2D2) at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) and the newly inaugurated National Center for Assistive Health Technologies (NCAHT-IITM). As Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, her translational research focuses on applying design and biomechanics to develop functional and affordable assistive/rehabilitation devices for people with movement disability, of which five have been commercialized with industry partners. More details are available at https://r2d2.iitm.ac.in

Prof. Sujatha is passionate about teaching and is a founding member of the Teaching Learning Centre (TLC) at IIT Madras. Her courses are designed around a set of learning outcomes and she has been experimenting with several techniques of active and cooperative learning (ACL) such as think-pair-share, bookend lecture, minute paper, jigsaw, etc. She has shared her experiences with ACL during the yearly Faculty Development Programs at IITM for new and existing faculty, as well as conducted many ACL sessions for the FDPs that the TLC conducts regularly for teachers from other colleges.

Prof. Sujatha did her B. Tech at IIT Madras, Masters at the University of Toledo and received her PhD from the Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, all in Mechanical Engineering. She worked in the prosthetics industry for several years prior to starting her PhD. She has been at IIT Madras since 2008.

 

Dr Pratima Khandelwal is an eduprenuer and the Founder of ‘FlyHigh’ Educational Excellence Services, an MSME unit in Bengaluru. It is dedicated for capacity building of teachers and students, primarily at higher educational institutions. She is a visiting professor at RUAS, Bengaluru, empanelled trainer at NPTEL, BS Program, IITM.

She holds Masters and PhD in ‘Food Technology and Process &  Food Engineering’, and carries collective 24+ years of teaching (MSc and BE BT and Food Technology), research, mentoring and leadership
experience and holds 45+ publications, along with 2 patents and a few discoveries of useful
Aspergillus strains. She has been awarded gold medal from GBPUA&T, Pantnagar and ICAR’s fellowships. She’s also into upskilling both teachers and students via customised, engaging and interactive techniques resting on empathetic and techno- pedagogy. She has been offering training programs at AICTE FDPs, NPTEL, NAHEP, Aatmanirbhar Bharat Training of Trainers (under MoFPT, GoI), beyond many central, state and private universities in India and abroad. Her training programs are designed in alignment with OBE and NEP 2020. She carries passion and pragmatism in offering tools and techniques for happier outcomes with participants and stakeholders deriving multi dimensional benefits. She is the co-instructor of the program.

Module Details

Fees for the Workshop

Fees :

Students : Rs 354 (Rs 300 + 18% GST)

Faculty & Industry : Rs 590 (Rs 500 + 18% GST)

Intended Audience

  • Teachers/faculty members from Universities and Colleges (public and private
    sectors)
  • Secondary and senior secondary school teachers
  • PhD and Master’s students aspiring to be teachers
  • Any professional interested in teaching-learning landscape at higher educational
    institutions

Eligibility

Faculty members/teachers and any professional interested to learn about contemporary teaching and learning practices at HEIs, MSc and PhD students intending to be the teachers are welcome to attend.

Certification

  • Final quiz shall be conducted at the end of the workshop carrying mix of 20 MCQs and
    MSQs
  • Certification of Appreciation will be awarded to all participants scoring 60% and above
  • Other participants who score less than 60% will receive a Certificate of Participation

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