STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: MV International School (MVIS) conducted summer training for teachers. The sessions revolved around active discussions between the teachers and the resource persons. Teachers were introduced to various innovative methods for managing classrooms. On the first day, Kunal Sikri, International Trainer discussed conflict management and development of emotional intelligence at the workplace. It was followed on the second day by Upma Mahajan, Principal of Sumitra Devi Arya Senior Secondary School, Dinanagar who emphasised on building effective communication between teachers and students in order to improve the learning experience and create a positive inspiring environment. Sumanjeet Kaur-a mathematician-cum-trainer addressed Primary School teachers on the importance of life skills. She shared some personal experiences and tips on ways to cope up with stress and anxiety and deal situations with a positive mindset. Ira Sehgal, Quest Trainer from New Delhi conducted an interactive session with the teachers on multiple intelligence on the fourth day. The training session was concluded on the fifth day with ‘Intercultural Learning Workshop’ under American Field Services (AFS) which was conducted by Sarita Badhwar, National Qualifying Trainer and Consultant AFS India. This session was aimed at acquiring intercultural competence. Critical topics included cultural self-awareness, concepts of culture and awareness of general cultural differences were discussed.
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