Teachers Imparted Training By Cbse | Kanpur News

Kanpur: In India, around 250 million students were affected due to school closures at the onset of lockdown induced by Covid-19. The pandemic posed several challenges in schools, which included an expected rise in dropouts and increase in digital divide. The pandemic also called into question the readiness of the systems, the students now find it difficult to sit for longer hours in the school physically and the use of YouTube and various online teaching-learning methods have affected their life adversely.
So, to combat this issue of stress and to train the teachers so that they can manage the issues of students aroused after pandemic, the First Capacity Building Programme 2022 under the first offline “Stress Management Workshop” was organised by the Centre of excellence CBSE, Prayagraj for the teachers of all CBSE schools of Kanpur on Wednesday. The workshop was held at Kanya Kubja Public School, Mall Road after two years of pandemic. In this programme all the teachers were trained by district training coordinator (Kanpur, Unnao) Pooja Sehgal (Principal, Kanya Kubja Public School) along with Farzana Shakeel Ali (Principal, Kirti Public School, Barabanki) on the topic of freedom from stress. Under this, Pooja Sehgal gave many ways to be free from stress.
The development of self confidence in teachers is possible due to the various values imparted by her. Farzana Shakeel Ali proposed the idea of making a list of your daily life activities giving the highest place to the task which you are happy with, having full faith in yourself, always be ready to learn something new, along with improving body language also by being a good listener, learning from failure, recognising the opportunity and accepting it as a challenge.

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