Mite organises symposium for teachers
Dimapur, April 17 (EMN): With an objective to empower teachers to refresh their cognitive, affective and psycho-motor domains of learning, Modern Institute of Teacher Education (Mite) and the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) have jointly organised a state-level symposium on professionalism in teaching.
An update from Mite stated that the symposium was held in its conference hall on April 17. The symposium was organised as part of MITE’s continuous professional development programme.
Speaking at the programme, the programme coordinator Dr. TS Pandian informed that the programme was organised to provide a minimum of 50 hours continuous professional development opportunities per year for the teachers serving in Nagaland for their self-empowerment and learning the latest innovations and advances in their profession.
It stated that SCERT professor and resource person, Dr. Zavise Rume, took two sessions on “Teaching-learning: A joyful experience” and “The power of professionals” during the programme. Each session was followed with interactions among the professionals.
Report further stated that Mite vice principal HL Gangte delivered the vote of thanks. It added that the participants were awarded with certificates.