Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP)
Leave No One Behind
To ensure great life and learning outcomes for our students, teachers have always focused on holistic development of students, which in addition to academic skills includes social, emotional, cognitive, character building and physical skills. This has never been an easy task given the diversity of background and the needs of our students. In addition, these extended school shutdowns owing to COVID require teachers to explore new paradigms of remote engagement and teaching approaches - using online and other digital means.
In our next set of courses, along with training on academic topics, we will bring you thought provoking training on teaching as leadership, school leadership, life-skills, financial literacy, gender awareness, problem solving, mental health, critical thinking and many more, while keeping focus on remote teaching strategies. Here are the next series of courses in LLP.
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Lifelong Learning Plan
We have been overwhelmed by your eagerness to learn since the launch of LLP in the last week of March 2020. Following your encouraging response to our earlier LLP editions and the Lifelong Learning Series, we are announcing next courses in LLP. In this edition, we bring to you a bouquet of training to provide you inputs on further improvement of your own capacity as an educator and also to nurture your ideas on whole child development in areas of language learning and their physical and emotional well being.
- ChalkLit is a not for profit initiative, money paid for trainings are donations used to improve our platform and content for you during these tough times.
- Free trainings offered by the State/SCERT will continue to be provided.